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Roadblocks and Remedies: Tips for Distance Running

Some people choose to eat pancakes on Saturday. You choose to run for 3 hours (…and then eat pancakes). You are a distance runner. You pound out your five, eight … Continue Reading →


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5 Must Do Races of Your Career

So you’re finally past the “racing rookie” phase. You’ve experienced all the firsts; excitedly pinning on your first bib, nervously re-tying your shoes before toeing the start, and feeling the … Continue Reading →


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Finish Line Friday: Role Model

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 Finish Line Friday, Kelsie will be … Continue Reading →


Rob Krar is Becoming a Legend

Rob Krar is good at running 100-mile races through the mountains. In June, he took the Western States Endurance Run title and this past weekend he won the Leadville Trail … Continue Reading →


Running Chiropractor Talks Injury Prevention

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 … Continue Reading →


Another Generation of Hardrock Adventure

“Long distance” is an subjective concept. Long can mean a mile to some while others use marathons as “speed training.” However, the unifying quality of distance running, regardless of the … Continue Reading →


Western States Endurance Run: 100 Miles of Prestige (and Running)

Claiming one’s self as the most prestigious anything is a bold statement. It’s one that comes with the risk of backlash if expectations are left unmet. It generally takes years … Continue Reading →


For Your Enjoyment: Taking On The Brazil 135

The Brazil 135 is one of four events within the Badwater World Cup. The 135-mile race covers the part of the Caminho da Fé (Walk of Faith) in São Paulo … Continue Reading →