100 Mile Inspiration: Ashley Austin

Every once in a while life gives you a chance to do something epic. Every year, during the last weekend of June all the eyes of ultra running descend upon the Western States 100. No, I didn’t run this but I was lucky enough to help crew a good friend of mine...

Here and Now: David Bean

Around 2 years ago I packed up and moved back to Kansas City to work on my Masters with the idea of being there for just 2 years.  After being in KC for 2 years I had basically decided that I was happy to spend the rest of my life in the Midwest, a thought that had...

A Running Journey: Gabe Esteban

Back in March, I had surgery in which I could not run for six weeks however; I knew after I started running again that I had to lose the extra pounds. The extra weight made it harder for my asthma and it is my understanding every extra pound adds 3 to 5 seconds on a...

My Hope For Runners: Dianna Villigan

I wish I could be all “technical” here about running, about form, times, splits, speed work, etc., etc., but I cannot. I’m not THAT type of runner. What I am is a visual runner. I see things differently in my runs each time. I hope that rings true for each runner and...

I Am a Fitness Runner: Scott McKiddy

I don’t really race (much), I’m not all that concerned about times or pace (except how they relate to my heart rate). I log miles, watch my heart rate and run/walk in intervals. It started about 3 years ago, I was 38 years old and very out of shape, and a smoker. I...
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