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Tendonitis is the worst. The absolute worst. Chances are that if you’re a runner, you’ll experience tendonitis at some point. I have had issues with tendonitis in the past and I can honestly say, it is the most frustrating injury to deal with. Tendon injuries are often bad enough to cripple training but not bad […]
Graduating from college is a milestone. For most students, it means starting the career that they’ve worked hard to find the last few years with internships, networking and Greek life (somehow I am pretty sure this helps with finding jobs). The transition means probably less partying on the weekdays, starting a 9-5 job, maybe moving to a new city, and starting to pay back those student loans.
I’ll be blogging on eating disorders and this makes me feel very uncomfortable but it needs to be put out there. This may not be a hot topic item in DC concerning Native American affairs, this may not be an issue concerning Native Americans in Indian Country, but this is an issue that I have seen personally affect people in Indian Country, friends, family and around the world.
Last year at the Husky Classic our friend Blake Theroux came agonizingly close breaking the 4 minute barrier. Twice. Less than 24 hours apart. He’s shared his account of that weekend with us below.
Just three years ago, Keegan Calmes’ Sunday mornings were spent on the long dirt road system outside of the small rural town, Alamosa, CO getting in his weekly 20 mile long run with the powerhouse DII Cross Country team at Adams State.
Working on my endurance is key and building that threshold to consistently run at a good clip for an extended amount of time, just benefits me and gets that marathon pace closer in reach. As the weeks have come and gone, I’ve found myself feeling that tired feeling, the leg heaviness, the soreness, the breakthroughs, the time dropping, the muscle definition, the need to buy clothes that fit now, and the excruciating hangry and fungry moments as I want to eat all the time.
In need of a running buddy or two? We all know that having someone by your side can turn an otherwise boring, slow run into something really fun. Running is easier with someone else. It’s good to have someone to hold you accountable. But where to start? What kind of person are you looking for? What kind of runner are you?
Life is short. You are going to find yourself in bad situations. Might as well make the best of it and have some fun. The following people should be used as a guide for when you find yourself in a less than ideal scenario.
At the end of the 2015 summer, I was having a really hard time in my personal life. My outlet on handling such stress, is to run. This peaked my interested in hopping back on the comeback train and going after some unfinished business on the track and on the roads.