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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

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

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

Do You Suffer From Runner’s Face?

When we talk about running (which we do quite a lot), we often discuss leg muscles. Sometimes we talk about the upper body, like when we get into cross-training. We write about the stomach and how it can affect your running. Mental health is another

How Runners Should Manage Hamstring Pain

Every runner deals with pain differently. Some try to push through it, while others immediately take a break. Still others will make a doctor’s appointment to make sure the pain isn’t anything to worry about. But there are still ways and means of handling pain

Chutes and Ladders at the Gurney Lane Snowshoe Race

Gurney Lane Snowshoe Race report was written by ATRA contributor Laura Clark. Laura is an avid mountain, trail and snowshoe runner who lives in Saratoga Springs, New York, where she is a children’s librarian. Photos: Heidi Underwood. Gurney Lane Snowshoe Race and its summertime counterpart,

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“The miracle is not to walk on water. The miracle is to walk on the green Earth in the present moment, to appreciate the peace and beauty that are available now.” Nhat Han   Originally posted here: Read More Source: An Ultra Runners Blog