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5 Lessons Running The Rut Taught Me

Posted on September 14, 2015 in Run Life


The Rut. This time last year, on Salomon’s Instagram, I was stunned by photos of Kilian Jornet, Emilie Forsberg, Anna Frost, and many other of my mountain running heroes climbing through the clouds and skating down scree-covered ledges on their way to dominating the course of this Montana skyrunning race. As soon as I saw […]

Hoka One One Ultra Tor Hi WP | First Look

Posted on May 20, 2015 in First Look Running Shoes

Hoka One One Tor Ultra Hi WP Close-up

That’s a running shoe? Yes. Are you sure? No. The Hoka One One Ultra Tor Hi WP breaks new ground in the world of trail running and really strange looking shoe names. As ultra running has become more mainstream and ultra races have become more and more difficult to enter, endurance runners are looking beyond […]

Finish Line Friday: Push Yourself

Posted on December 12, 2014 in Run Life

Our goal is to help inspire you to keep going, train harder, dig a little deeper and cross the finish line. For this week’s FLF, Erik will be sharing his personal sources of inspiration. Erik Current Position: I’ve worked at Running Warehouse for the past 7.5 years and am currently a footwear buyer. Favorite Part […]


HOKA ONE ONE Huaka Shoe Review

Posted on August 26, 2014 in Running Shoes

Sticky High Abrasion Rubber

At a Glance 4mm offset (26mm heel, 22mm forefoot) Weight: 9.2 ounces (men’s size 9); 8.2 ounces (womens size 8 ) RMAT midsole for smooth shock absorption High abrasion rubber zones for sticky grip Lightweight SpeedFrame upper maintains breathability and prevents debris from entering Verdict A soft, low offset road trainer, the HOKA ONE ONE […]


Running Chiropractor Talks Injury Prevention

Posted on August 15, 2014 in Training

Dubrul at Western States

Not every chiropractor uses their spare time to train for 100-mile races. In San Luis Obispo, the running community is fortunate to have a chiropractor with over 20 years of chiropractic experience that also knows what it takes to push his own body to the limit. Running Warehouse caught up with Dr. Scott Dubrul asked […]


Western States Race Recap with Tera Dube

Posted on July 1, 2014 in Run Life

Racing is inherently unpredictable. It’s part of its charm. We can spend an eternity preparing for race day but any number of unforeseen factors can derail even the best-laid plans. Mastering the unpredictable is addictive and it is why we runners search ceaselessly for new challenges. It may be new personal records, more competitive fields, […]

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