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  • When is the Safest Time of the Day to Run

    When is the safest time to run? Female runner safety has been a hot topic lately with the tragic three incidents recently where female runners were...
  • Power of the Placebo

    Power of the placebo effect on running and cycling.The placebo effect is one of the most fascinating aspects of athletics.It takes that which shoul...
  • Race Recap – Rendezvous Hill Climb

    Sometimes we enter races, but does that actually mean we are going to “run”? The Rendezvous Hill Climb hosted by Teton Trail Runners and the Jackso...
  • Your Guide to Running Defensively

    Tips on being a safe runner While out running we’re among other pedestrians, cyclists, and traffic. There’s a lot going on out there, and every lit...
  • Running Form Analysis

    Recently I provided video of myself running to Run Smart Online for an analysis of my technique. While the below thoughts and considerations are ba...
  • How to run with a dog

    *that stops and pees every two minutes. You probably would not be here if your dog was such that he or she can run along with you on or off a leash...
  • How to Run an Evening Race

    It’s fairly typical for most running events to take place in the mornings when temperatures are cooler.

    This is convenient because it’s hard to screw up the 12 hours pre-morning race since you’re likely sleeping for most of it. However with a PM event you have plenty of time and opportunity to sabotage the event.

    Let’s dive in to a few pointers to prevent this from happening.

  • How to Run with a Dog*

    *that stops and pees every two minutes.

    You probably would not be here if your dog was such that he or she can run along with you on or off a leash without hindering your running groove.

    However, if your dog is the type that constantly loves to stop and smell or pee on the roses, here are a few tricks or tips to help your training. 

  • Your Guide to Running Defensively

    While out running we’re among other pedestrians, cyclists, and traffic.

    There’s a lot going on out there, and every little thing we all do to help prevent accidents goes a long way to increasing the safety of everyone.

    Below are a number of thoughts and considerations you can take to be as safe as possible while out running!

     

  • Race Recap – Rendezvous Hill Climb

    Sometimes we enter races, but does that actually mean we are going to “run”?

    The Rendezvous Hill Climb hosted by Teton Trail Runners and the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is one of these races for me and I know I’m not alone!

  • Power of the Placebo

    The placebo effect is one of the most fascinating aspects of athletics.

    It takes that which should not work, adds in a sprinkling of faith from the user, and splits out improved performance.

    How this happens is a combination of a reduction in perceived effort (how hard something feels) and an increase in your potential motivation.

    Below, we’ll go through some studies that have tested the placebo and discuss how you can use it yourself!

     

  • When is the Safest Time of the Day to Run

    Female runner safety has been a hot topic lately with the tragic three incidents recently where female runners were killed within a nine day period in unrelated events.

    On Reddit a member asked about suggestions, now that her 4am running partner was no longer able to make the early morning runs.

    That made me think, when is the safest time of the day to run?