All posts by Sabrina Little

Sabrina Little

is a trail runner and ultrarunner for HOKA and Nathan Sports, and a Philosophy PhD student at Baylor University. She is trying to figure out whether it is more unreasonable to pursue mountain running in Waco, Texas (elevation 470 feet) or philosophy in the year 2018. Learn more about Sabrina on her website.

Performance-Enhancing Virtues
Performance-Enhancing Virtues
on March 17, 2021
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Sabrina Little’s essay about how virtues might help you perform better as a runner.


Toughness Reconsidered
Toughness Reconsidered
on February 17, 2021
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An essay about appropriately balancing toughness and softness in our running.


Warped Lumber
Warped Lumber
on January 20, 2021
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An essay about choosing the right kinds of self-improvement for you.


The Riddle of Will
The Riddle of Will
on December 16, 2020
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Sabrina Little writes about willpower in our relationship with running.


On Deliberative Sports
On Deliberative Sports
on November 18, 2020
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Sabrina Little describes ultrarunning as a deliberative sport.


Running on Pride: The Vice of Superbia
Running on Pride: The Vice of Superbia
on August 19, 2020
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Sabrina Little writes about superbia, or the vice of pride, in competitive sports.


Persevering in Place
Persevering in Place
on July 15, 2020
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After college, I lived in Washington, D.C. for a year, working as an intern and taking a few courses. One


Justice is a Habit
Justice is a Habit
on June 17, 2020
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Sabrina Little encourages runners to cultivate justice as a habit.


Vocation: On Re-Entering the Arena
Vocation: On Re-Entering the Arena
on May 20, 2020
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What we can learn through time off from competition during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Bowling Alone and Sheltering in Place
Bowling Alone and Sheltering in Place
on April 15, 2020
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Sabrina Little reflects on the changing dynamics of our relationships due to COVID-19 restrictions.