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Character Matters

The post Character Matters appeared first on iRunFar. Sabrina Little reflects on the importance of character and building good habits as runners. Character Matters by Sabrina Little…. Read More

Character Matters

The post Character Matters appeared first on iRunFar. Sabrina Little reflects on the importance of character and building good habits as runners. Character Matters by Sabrina Little…. Read More

Character Matters

The post Character Matters appeared first on iRunFar. Sabrina Little reflects on the importance of character and building good habits as runners. Character Matters by Sabrina Little…. Read More

Character Matters

The post Character Matters appeared first on iRunFar. Sabrina Little reflects on the importance of character and building good habits as runners. Character Matters by Sabrina Little…. Read More

Follow the 2022 Snowman Race

The post Follow the 2022 Snowman Race appeared first on iRunFar. Learn about the 2022 Snowman Race in Bhutan and follow it from October 13 to 17, 2022. Follow the 2022 Snowman Race by Meghan Hicks…. Read More

Building a Sustainable Adventure

My husband and I have three children, and we have continued in a lifestyle of adventure, excitement, and outdoor pursuits. Building this lifestyle of the past decade has taken intentional thought and development. The post Building a Sustainable Adventure appeared first on Trail Sisters®. …Read

Growing Up in Ultras

Trail and ultra-running may have grown in popularity, but they still, at their core, are what they were when I was a kid, waiting in the muggy dark for my dad to emerge from the woods: they force you to stretch beyond what you thought

What’s Your Plan?

“What is your plan?” No matter who I was talking to, whether it was about running or about life, this question would always pop up very quickly. And most times I was both proud and embarrassed to admit I didn’t really have a plan. The

Let’s Talk Access

you can get going in three steps; lace up, out the door, start running. The same could be said of trail running, but not quite. Sure, you still lace up but unless you have a mountain in your backyard, getting to a trail requires some