The National Park Service in celebrating 50 Years of Protection has released a series of videos including one about Rocky Mountain National Park just outside of Estes Park, CO. Adventure athlete, local Boulderite and Newton Running Ambassador Ian Adamson can be seen running along the trails with
Over fifty guests attended the open house at the Boulder Center for Sports Medicine on Tuesday May 8, 2012 to celebrate their recent partnership with Hudson Training Systems. The evening served as an informal meet and greet with head coach Brad Hudson, coaches Benita Willis and James Carney along with the Human Performance team at BCSM.
I am not so great about keeping traditions. Its not that I don’t want to make and keep with them. I love the idea of doing something annually for the sake of consistency, meeting up with friends new and old, and now introducing my children to those things I love and feel are important. I believe this is the allure of the Turkey Trot as part of our holiday tradition.
On a run a few weeks ago, I ran by a row of young trees lining a road that had failed to relinquish their leaves to the season. I thought it odd at the time, but given the warm weather, not surprising perhaps.
Lately I’ve really been feeling the effects of living. The delicate balance of work, family, social, community and of course running isn’t quite in-sync.
“Zen and the Art of the Easy Run” – I took it out a bit too fast yesterday. Headed out at a pace that felt comfortable at first then progressively got faster. For all intents and purposes this became what Greg McMillan would call a Fast Finish run. So today I needed to go easy. But going easy can be tough. Read how I got through it.
With the wind at my back and fresh legs the Big Dry Creek trail lulled me into a false sense of fitness. My legs turned over quickly and my breath was barely audible as I relaxed into the pace.
In the past few days we have had drizzly snow, then warm again and today meets with snow. There was enough of the white stuff to get everyone excited and lead to many great photo opportunities.