Archive | Trail Running

Reflections On Timothy Lake: Race-Specific Trail Running

Posted on 10 June 2013 by Cory Smith

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Strength Training Tips for Trail Runners

Posted on 02 June 2013 by Cory Smith

Strength training exercises specific for trail runners.

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Soaring Through the Silver State 50-Miler

Posted on 28 May 2013 by Cory Smith

Scott Dunlap’s Silver State 50-Miler race report

 

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Documentary Video: Vibram Tarawera Ultramarathon 2013

Posted on 28 May 2013 by Cory Smith

he documentary was just released, and you can view it below – looks like a beautiful race, and further enhances my lean toward running a trail 50K this Fall!

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Transvulcania Race Report

Posted on 21 May 2013 by Cory Smith

I need more vert! Two days before the Transvulcania Ultramarathon on the volcano island of La Palma I suddenly feared my training this whole year had been totally inadequate.

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When a Running Injury Is Not a Running Injury At All

Posted on 21 May 2013 by Cory Smith

Running aggravates imbalances and injuries that are caused by sitting at a desk, but that’s not to say the running causes them – it just brings them to the forefront.

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Emelie Forsberg, 2013 Transvulcania Ultra Champ, Inteview

Posted on 13 May 2013 by Cory Smith

In the following interview, Emily talks about how she ran a smart race, what it’s like running Transvulcania, and her advice on moving up in distance from shorter trail races.

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How to Deal with Mud

Posted on 30 April 2013 by Cory Smith

Ultrarunner Michael Wolfe offers tips to make the most of sloppy spring runs.

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Holding Back: The Ultrarunner’s Art of Restraint

Posted on 30 April 2013 by Cory Smith

Managing risks and the Art of Restraint.

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Showdown in Cali

Posted on 22 April 2013 by Cory Smith

Lake Sonoma 50-miler most competitive field ever?

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