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Interview: Q & A with Ultra Runner Luis Escobar

Posted on April 29, 2016 in Run Life

Quite the local trail running legend, Escobar hails from the Central Coast of California, not far from Running Warehouse‘s retail store. Luis Escobar wears a few hats: photographer, ultra runner, and high school cross country coach, to name a few. I had the pleasure of asking him a few questions over email. How long have […]

Cloud’s Rest Or Bust

Posted on June 5, 2015 in Gear Running Accessories Running Apparel Running Shoes Staff Picks

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It is often said that taking your work home from the office is a bad idea. And if that’s bad, then taking your work on vacation is a crime. In most cases, I would agree with that philosophy wholeheartedly. But as of this last weekend, I stand guilty on all accounts. I didn’t just take […]

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 […]

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Finish Line Friday: Adventure!

Posted on April 10, 2015 in Women's Running

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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, Juli will be sharing her personal sources of inspiration. Juli Current Position: Product Knowledge Coordinator Favorite Part of the Job: The people I get to work with everyday. I am […]

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“Trails in Motion 3” Film Viewing at Running Warehouse

Posted on in Running Events

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“Remember the excitement? The moment you stepped onto a trail and discovered the adventure?” Running Warehouse is pleased to host a screening of “Trails In Motion 3“. Tickets may be purchased at the door but we recommend purchasing tickets in advance. Click here for ticket purchases and further information about the event. When: 7:00 pm, […]

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Roadblocks and Remedies: Tips for Distance Running

Posted on March 31, 2015 in Training

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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 and ten mile days during the week, and when the weekend comes around you know it’s time to get serious. Twenty-mile runs may be nothing […]

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5 Must Do Races of Your Career

Posted on March 19, 2015 in Running Events

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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 weight of the world fly off your shoulders while crossing the finish line. You’ve run a few local races, you may have tried your hand […]

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Finish Line Friday: Role Model

Posted on October 31, 2014 in Uncategorized Women's Running

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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 sharing her personal sources of inspiration. Kelsie Current Position: Retail Customer Service Representative Favorite Part of the Job: That excited feeling when I have helped […]

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Rob Krar is Becoming a Legend

Posted on August 18, 2014 in Run Life

Rob Krar is at home in the mountains. (image: Denver Post)

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 100, running the second fastest time in both races’ history. In conquering the Sierra Nevada and Rocky mountain ranges’ most storied ultra races, Rob has […]

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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 […]

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