All posts by Stephanie Howe

Stephanie Howe

, a coach and nutrition consultant at REP Lab in Bend, Oregon, started competing as a nordic skier and migrated to running in college. Stephanie now balances her schedule competing as an elite runner for The North Face, working at REP Lab and teaching at Oregon State University - Cascades in their Exercise Physiology program. You can learn more about Stephanie at REPoregon.com.

Stephanie Howe’s 2014 Western States 100 Race Report
on July 1, 2014

Stephanie Howe’s report from her win of the 2014 Western States 100.


Strength Training For Runners
on February 17, 2014

Strength training for trail runners and ultra runners.


Epigenetics: How Our Lifestyle Can Impact Our Genes
on October 14, 2013

A look at how our lifestyles effect our genes and what that means for our running.


Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness and Recovery
on August 6, 2013

A look at Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness and how to over come it.


Balance and Running: Living a Healthy, Balanced Lifestyle
Balance and Running: Living a Healthy, Balanced Lifestyle
on June 5, 2013

What to do when running overwhelms balance.



Stress and Running
on April 30, 2013

Learn how the relationship between stress (including mental stress) and adaptation affect running performance.


Seasonal Affective Disorder and the Power of Positive Self-Talk
on February 25, 2013

What is seasonal affective disorder (SAD) and its effects on running and how can they be overcome?


Stephanie Howe’s TNF EC 50 Mile Race Report
on December 6, 2012

Stephanie Howe reports on her second place finish at the 2012 The North Face Endurance Challenge 50 Mile Championship.