Posted on14. Mar, 2012
Active at Altitude is delighted to announce the 4th year of our series of running and conditioning camps created specifically for adult women. Recently featured in Fitbie.com’s Top 8 Spring Break Fitness Destinations, these camps are an amazing opportunity to train and be active in one of the top training areas in the world, as [...]
Posted on12. Sep, 2010
The City of Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks department (OSMP), in cooperation with several firefighting agencies, has closed some trails, areas and trailheads in western Boulder. The closures are due to wildfire operations, extreme fire conditions and expected high winds. The areas will be closed until further notice. Citations are being issued for violations. [...]
Posted on02. Jul, 2010
Swimmers and cyclists have long used drills to perfect their stroke and become more efficient athletes, but it really hasn’t been until recent years that average runners have paid much attention to their running form. Two running form workshops will be held over the weekend of July 24 and 25th.
Posted on01. Mar, 2010
You hear a lot about improving your form and technique as one of the best ways to run faster and further while staying injury free. But how do you know just what you are doing wrong? These one day workshops are invaluable tools to help you improve your form.
Posted on11. Dec, 2009
BAREFOOT RUNNING?!?! What’s with all of the hype? Everyone’s talking about it. Your Mom’s reading “Born to Run”. You’ve seen it in the news like CNN and the NY Times. And now you’re actually witnessing barefoot runners heading down your street, on the cycling paths, up the gravel trails or even in local 5Ks. So, why do they do it? And how do they do it? Find out at a FREE Barefoot Running Clinic hosted by In-Step and presented by RunBare Company and discover answers to all of your questions…
Posted on06. Dec, 2009
Recently I had a question on Twitter from @ColRunner about how I carry my iPhone while running. I do some testing of iPhone Apps and like to take photos along my running routes, so I need to have complete access to it. The simplest option I have found so far is just holding it in my hands. It can be burdensome at times like when I am trying to do some speed work or drills, so I have started some research on armbands and other options to use with the iPod, iPhone, Blackberry Storm or any other touch screen device. Here is what I know so far…
Posted on07. Oct, 2009
Rediscover how to run powerfully and pain-free. This is a class of gentle movement exploration designed to help you clarify and improve what your brain already knows about how to coordinate your whole body to walk and run with optimal efficiency.
When: Tuesdays, 7:15 to 8:30 pm, for 8 weeks, from September 29 to November 17