Running

The Fanny Pack Is Back!

by Jonny Moseley | Jul 1, 2020

It’s not just for retro spring skiing anymore! The upside of COVID is that my regular running game is strong. I walk/run every morning between two and six miles depending on how my body feels and how much time I have. I love to listen to the news or a podcast and ...

Peter Glenn Dryland Training Guide: Week 2

by Jose Triana | Mar 31, 2020

Another week another workout. Hopefully you were able to get through week 1 without a hitch, and even if you didn’t, remember you can always cycle through the workout again after a few weeks to see if there are any improvements! In this week, a lot of the focus is ...

Peter Glenn Dryland Training Guide: Week 1

by Jose Triana | Mar 24, 2020

Being stuck at home is never anyone's idea of fun. Unfortunately, once the slopes close for the season, that’s exactly what might happen. Instead, take this time to get some dryland training under your belt. There are tons of exercises, both regular and ski-specific, that can get you in great ...

Skate, Run, or Ride This Spring

by Jose Triana | Mar 20, 2020

With the winter season quickly coming to an end and less snow in the forecast, it’s time to dust off your spring gear. With warmer weather, you can easily put in some mileage on your favorite running shoes, cross train with some inline skates, or get out on the water ...

Sun Protection, It's for Everyone!

by Suzie Dundas | Aug 7, 2019

Did you know that sun-protective clothing is very much a thing? And if you aren’t wearing it during your time outdoors, you may be putting your skin (and health) at risk.You may be wondering “what the heck is UPF clothing, and why do I need it? Isn’t my clothing good ...

Choosing the Right Trail Runners: Part 2

by Suzie Dundas | Jun 14, 2019

When we last left off, we discussed some of the finer points in choosing trail running shoes based on their characteristics and fit, but that's just the tip of the iceberg. If you're planning on hitting the trails often, you're also going to be worried about other features too. So, ...

Choosing the Right Trail Runners: Part 1

by Suzie Dundas | Jun 5, 2019

If you get a little out of breath by just hearing the words “trail runners,” don’t worry. Trail runners have plenty of uses beyond actual running. These stiff soled, grippy athletic shoes are popular with hikers, joggers, and sometimes even mountain bikers who aren’t ready to spring for clip-in shoes. ...