AJW writes about taking a boat... to a trail race?!
An essay about the relationship between exercise and brain health.
An essay about how we adapt our running when we encounter challenging natural conditions.
AJW contemplates those occasional training days that don't come easy for your mind.
AJW writes about that sweet spot on a run where you're perfectly warmed up but not yet tired.
AJW checks back in on the five metacognitive skills we use as trail runners and ultrarunners.
The ninth-annual AJW’s Taproom Year in Ultrarunning Rankings for 2019.
AJW writes about Doug Latimer's relationship with the Western States 100.
An essay about how good and bad days are natural in a lifetime of running.
AJW gives thanks to members of the trail running and ultrarunning community.
AJW writes about coming back to running from his hip-resurfacing surgery.
AJW writes about how he gains strength from the repetitive nature of running.
An essay about darkness and light in the fall.
AJW writes about slowing down as he continues his relationship with running through the aging process.
AJW writes about this year's high finishers' rate at the Grindstone 100 Mile.