running

May 31, 2013

How do your shoes make you feel?

Do your shoes make you feel like you run smoother, faster, quieter? Can you go longer and farther? If not, you may want to perk up and pay attention to what the folks over at Pearl Izumi Running in Colorado [...]

April 25, 2013

Pearl Izumi EMotion Trail N1 Review via iRunFar

Here at R-U-N? Events we are happy to be teaming up with Pearl Izumi again this year as one of our featured sponsors! We are also psyched about the new line of shoes they just launched called Project EMotion. Just [...]

January 31, 2013

Can't Freeze The Stoke: Kahtoola

Last week at the Winter Market Outdoor Retailer Show I was fortunate enough to meet the awesome folks at Kahtoola. I told them about R-U-N? Events and our mission; I learned a lot about theirs as well. They have some [...]

January 24, 2013

4 Tips to Beat Boredom on the Dreadmill

It’s cold and our air quality…..well, it sucks. Turning to the treadmill seems like a fate worse than death for most (me) but not running is even worse than that. So I am going to share with you my not-so-secret [...]

January 10, 2013

3 Tips to Make Winter Running Bearable

When I asked my best girlfriend what her #1 tip for Winter running is, I was told promptly and with a straight face, “Don’t do it.” Trail treadmills don’t exist (actually I have used one before and it was really [...]

December 20, 2012

Book Review "Eat & Run"

Guest Post by Brad Gannon One of the greatest contributing factors in determining how you will perform within your next race is what you fuel your body with.  Within Eat & Run, Scott Jurek does an amazing job of explaining [...]

December 6, 2012

Yum, Yum Eat 'Em Up!

  There are some days where the last thing I want to do is eat after a long run or hard workout. There are other days when eating, or should I say craving something very specific, is the only thing [...]

November 22, 2012

Capitol Reef National Park (One of Utah's best kept Little Secrets

By Autumn Jeppson Why go to Capitol Reef?  Capitol Reef offers amazing views on the edge of high ridges, natural bridges, slot canyon walls, fruit orchards in the dessert, and a surprising solitude that one can’t find at other National [...]

November 9, 2012

The Running Book Corner

There are lots of running books out on the shelves these days. Finding what you’re looking for can be tough. The first question you may want to ask yourself is, “What am I looking to gain from this book?” Are [...]

October 26, 2012
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Fall 2012 Women's Gear Review

Dressing for a run in a transitional season can sometimes be tricky. Take right now for instance; you start your run when it is cool or cold and then you heat up once you get going. So how do you [...]

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