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Colorado Runner

Derek Griffiths

Quick Tips to Get Back in Shape

Spent your entire pandemic lockdown binge-watching Netflix and eating cheese pizzas on your couch? There is no surprise that you are no more able to get into your old pair of jeans. However, not all has gone south. Here are some quick tips for you that will help you get back in shape.

Colorado Runner

Jessica Griffiths

Anders and Lincks take open titles at Colorado Half Marathon Trail Championships

The 2021 USATF Colorado Half Marathon Trail Championships were held on September 11 as part of the Black Squirrel Half Marathon in Bellvue. The overall men’s and women’s champions were Clint Anders, 31, of Fort Collins […]

Strength Running

Anya Mullen

Lydia Nader RD on the Biggest Nutrition Myths and Half-Truths for Runners

Nutrition is a favorite and often confusing topic for many runners. We love to run and most of us enjoy the extra fueling that comes with the sport.

But how much extra? Of which foods? When to eat them? And …

The post Lydia Nader RD on the Biggest Nutrition Myths and Half-Truths for Runners appeared first on Strength Running.

Colorado Runner

Derek Griffiths

Colfax Marathon – Beat the Price Increase

On October 16-17, come to the Mile High City and celebrate the 15th running of Denver Colfax Marathon! This is the largest running weekend in the Rockies and includes a Marathon, […]

Colorado Runner

Jessica Griffiths

Run the Rocks 15th Anniversary on October 10!

You are invited to join us for this year’s 15th annual Run the Rocks at Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre. We’ve re-imagined the race course but kept the amazing views […]

Colorado Runner

Jessica Griffiths

Youth Cross Country Race this Sunday!

Join us for the fifth annual Colorado Coyotes Cross Country Invitational. This meet is open to all youth runners between the ages of 6-14 years old. The course is a […]

Colorado Runner

Jessica Griffiths

Denver Ranked 4th Fittest City

We know our audience is full of highly motivated, active individuals who prioritize fitness in a major way. This lifestyle attracts others who live similarly, and from the perspective of […]

Colorado Runner

Jessica Griffiths

Another 14er Closes to the Public

Mt Lindsey near Alamosa is now closed to the public. The closure is over liability concerns. The 14er is now added to a growing list of Colorado mountain trails that […]

Colorado Runner

Jessica Griffiths

Sports Supplements & Performance

In their effort to enhance energy and optimize performance, many runners purchase vitamins, herbs, amino acids, and other sports supplements that are reputed to offer a competitive advantage. While a […]

Strength Running

Anya Mullen

Endeavorun Live Q&A with Kate Grace, Matt Fitzgerald, Lydia Nader, and Peter Bromka

Today we’re doing something a little different with a panel of running experts. We are discussing a variety of topics, everything from training-related questions to the not-so-serious ones. 

Endeavorun created a unique experience for a group of runner enthusiasts. We …

The post Endeavorun Live Q&A with Kate Grace, Matt Fitzgerald, Lydia Nader, and Peter Bromka appeared first on Strength Running.

Colorado Runner

Jessica Griffiths

Run the Colorado Springs Marathon, Half & 10K

The Colorado Springs Marathon presented by Centura Health is back with their LIVE event for 2021, scheduled for Saturday, October 2!  Click here to register now and secure your entry! LIVE & […]

Colorado Runner

Jessica Griffiths

Colorado’s Rojas Wins Cherry Blossom 10 Mile; Simpson Gets Second

Nell Rojas of Boulder won the Cherry Blossom Ten Mile Run on Sunday, winning her first national USATF title. She finished the race in 52 minutes 13 seconds to edge […]

Colorado Runner

Jessica Griffiths

Part of Boulder County park and Trails will stay closed through spring

The southern half of Heil Valley Ranch in Boulder County, which was heavily impacted by the CalWood Fire in 2020, will stay closed through next spring. This includes 8 miles […]

Colorado Runner

Jessica Griffiths

Colorado’s Jenny Simpson Looks to the Future

After she placed tenth in her marquee event, the 1500 meters, in June at the 2021 Olympic Track & Field Trials, Jenny Simpson wasn’t sure what would come next. Up […]

Colorado Runner

Jessica Griffiths

Day of the Dead 5K and 10K Registration Open

The Day of the Dead 5K and 10K is Sunday, October 24, 2021 at City Park in Denver. With themed shirts, finisher’s medals, disposable bib chip timing, free photo downloads, […]

Colorado Runner

Jessica Griffiths

Grizzly Creek Trail closed

The Grizzly Creek Trail and Grizzly Creek Canyon are closed. The closure is due to significant damage from debris flows that closed a section of Interstate 70 for several days […]

Strength Running

Anya Mullen

5-Time Olympian Abdi Abdirahman on Longevity, Having Fun, and His Ultra Aspirations

Longevity in any sport isn’t a given. Especially at the high performance levels of a professional athlete. Today we learn from an Olympian who has evolved over decades of competing, while keeping up with the fastest runners in the world.…

The post 5-Time Olympian Abdi Abdirahman on Longevity, Having Fun, and His Ultra Aspirations appeared first on Strength Running.

Colorado Runner

Jessica Griffiths

Pumpkin Pie 5K & 10K Registration Open

The Pumpkin Pie 5K & 10K is less than two months away. The race will be held at City Park in Denver on Saturday, November 20, 2021. Runners and walkers […]

Colorado Runner

Jessica Griffiths

Run the Oh Fudge 5K!

Run the Oh Fudge 5K on Sunday, October 3! It’s a fast and scenic 5K in Denver’s historic City Park with a sweet ending featuring all things FUDGE! Join fellow […]

Runblogger

Peter Larson

Adidas Terrex Speed Pro Shoe Review: A Racing Flat for the Trails

Considering it has been a very long time since the last time I wrote a shoe review, I figured I’d make a return for a shoe that has gained a special place in my running life. Over the past few years I have been coaching indoor and outdoor track at my school, but this Fall my daughter made a switch from soccer to cross country, and I have now become a volunteer coach with the XC team as well. Coaching has been a great experience, and one of the benefits of coaching cross country is that I...

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