Join coaches Art Ives, Janet Runyan & Douglas Wisoff PT for a free running talk and social gathering at 95 – A Bistro and Sushi on Thursday, February 13 & Thursday, March 13th at 6:30 p.m. This Thursday’s talk is titled: Knowing Where You’re Going
Looking for some advice for the upcoming USATF Cross-country Championship February 15th in Boulder? Runners Roost Superior will be hosting a Q&A panel discussion on Monday Feb 3rd at 7pm. Questions and answers will be moderated by Brian Metzler (editor-in-chief of Competitor Running Magazine) and posed to the
High caliber competition comes to Colorado in February when Boulder hosts the 2014 USATF National Cross Country Championships. Fleet Feet is hosting a discussion and Q&A with four cross country specialists to discuss the sport and the upcoming National XC Championships.
This Saturday, October 30th at 5pm ‘Jonsey’ will giving his own recollections along with 30 minutes of race footage at the Avery Brewing Tap house. Entry is free and along with the $2 beers looks to be a lively night.
After a cold first two months of the year, Coloradan’s were quite pleased by the warm welcome of March. Spring is just around the corner and there are plenty of clinics, training groups, and races this month to get you started in the right direction for a happy and healthy 2010.
On this valentines weekend, join Ranger Naturalist Kelly Idema for a scenic walking tour of this historic mining town. During a moderate 3-mile hike we will explore the amazing geology that directly influenced the creation of this tough, gritty, settlement in the mid 1800’s.
Fleet Feet Boulder puts on a number of clinics, group runs, and classes and these are a great benefit to the community. When I saw on their email blast that Josh Shadle, owner of Tri Massage, was putting on a free Muscle Restoration Therapy clinic, I quickly RSVP’d.
Therapist Josh Shadle will lead a short talk at Fleet Feet Boulder and offer demos about how muscle restoration can ease pain and aid in recovery. By getting your muscles to function properly, you can eliminate and prevent muscle pain and joint instability.