Three Steps to Running More Without Guilt Trips or Making Sacrifices 

Three Steps to Running More Without Guilt Trips or Making Sacrifices 

Our most recent Healthy Running Workshop drew together a diverse group of runners, who, while they varied in terms of their running ability, shared the desire to run more consistently. To them, it meant more time to run and better outcomes for their efforts. It’s at...
Can Trail Running Help You Perform Better Work?

Can Trail Running Help You Perform Better Work?

Running is believed to alleviate stress, which suggests that runners make good employees because they have less stress. But how specifically does it help you be more productive and successful at work? We’ll dive into the research examining the specific ways trail...
Set Yourself Up for Running Success in 2017

Set Yourself Up for Running Success in 2017

Five steps to sticking with a new resolution Have you ever resolved to make a major lifestyle change, only to find it really hard to maintain? You probably began with the best of intentions, but over time, your determination faded and other things diverted your...
The Benefits of Making Running a Mindful Practice

The Benefits of Making Running a Mindful Practice

Mindfulness is typically presented as a seated meditation practice done while seated on the floor. However, as runner, you’re probably turned off by the prospect of sitting still, seemingly doing “nothing.”  The good news is that mindful running...
Five Reasons Running Is Not a Weight-Loss Program

Five Reasons Running Is Not a Weight-Loss Program

This post is by guest blogger Lisa Paige, Registered Dietitian and Certified Running Coach, owner of Red Runner Coaching. It’s almost spring, the time of year when women picture themselves in a swimsuit, sundress or running shorts, and feel twinge of panic. The urge...