The adage goes that animals, for the most part, are more scared of humans than we are of them.
Humans can learn a thing or two from dogs, especially a dog like Wonder.
It takes practice, but staying too upright is the number-one mistake that most self-proclaimed “bad hill runners” make.
To support long-term consistency, it’s important to not idealize the act of running.
It doesn’t take massive workouts to improve your fitness.
Why you should think about stress in your training and adjust what you do along the way.
Building endurance and resiliency on the trails.
Positive self-talk and mantras are backed by science . . . so use them
What you need to know about your options and how they might impact performance.
Lifting the stigma on this complex topic.