All posts by Trail Sisters

Trail Sisters

is a group of three women, each with unique opinions, ideas, and attitudes toward all things trail and ultrarunning. Pam Smith is a mom, physician, and lover of running who lives in Oregon. Liza Howard is a mom and 100-mile specialist from Texas. Gina Lucrezi is a Colorado-based short-distance speedster exploring the realms of ultrarunning.

Virtual Fat Ass Run: The Trail Sisters Catch Up
Virtual Fat Ass Run: The Trail Sisters Catch Up
on March 22
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A catch-up conversation with the Trail Sisters during a virtual run.


Apples To Apples, Not Oranges
Apples To Apples, Not Oranges
on February 22
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The Trail Sisters discuss prize-money equality among men and women in trail and ultrarunning.


When Motivation Hits Rock Bottom
When Motivation Hits Rock Bottom
on January 25
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The Trail Sisters discuss a lack of motivation for running and how to kickstart it.


The Trail Sisters’s 2016 In Review
The Trail Sisters’s 2016 In Review
on December 28
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The Trail Sisters review the progress of women’s trail and ultrarunning in 2016.


Run Rudolf Run: Holiday Running Traditions
Run Rudolf Run: Holiday Running Traditions
on November 23
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The Trail Sisters contemplate their respective holiday running traditions.


Do You Really Have Adrenal Fatigue?
Do You Really Have Adrenal Fatigue?
on October 26
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Pam Smith writes about the misnomer of adrenal fatigue.


Kids And DNFs
Kids And DNFs
on September 28
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The Trail Sisters write about how kids react to watching their parents DNF a race.


Discovering True Meanings
Discovering True Meanings
on August 24
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Gina Lucrezi, of the Trail Sisters, writes about how spending time outside helps her learn about herself.


Make Trails Safe Again
Make Trails Safe Again
on July 27
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The Trail Sisters write about how to stay safe while trail running.


Great Pacers: What It Takes
Great Pacers: What It Takes
on June 22
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The Trail Sisters discuss what makes a good pacer for trail ultramarathons.