Joe Grant writes about the privilege of running.
Joe Grant discusses the varied value systems that emerge when you look at life on different scales.
Joe Grant contemplates the physical feeling of the running ritual.
Joe Grant explores the idea of freedom in multiple sporting environments.
A discussion about finding one’s place in the world again after a hard ultramarathon.
Joe Grant ponders the influence of mountains on human relationships.
Joe Grant’s thoughts about the spirit of the Hardrock 100.
Joe Grant writes about adventuring in Colorado’s Front Range with Sébastien Chaigneau.
Joe Grant writes about his weekend volunteering at the Quad Rock 50 Mile.
A discussion about the possible differences between running-related media and other sports media.
Preparing the body and mind for a day of running and life.
The pluses and minuses of both travel and running.
Joe Grant switches things up with a snowshoe race.
The internet has been out for nearly a week at my house. Living in the mountains, this can be a stressful and time-consuming situation, commuting down the hill to town in search of a precious signal. Not being plugged in is also harshly revealing of addictive daily patterns and dependencies. Connection these days is mostly […]
The beauty of naiveté and the quest to rekindle it.