My eyes are locked on my friend ahead. She’s moving at a steady pace up another $#!%&! coulee. All I want to do is stop and smell the cacti (i.e. catch my breath) but there’s no time to take a knee.
It’s the final day of our somewhat spontaneous two-day training camp in Lethbridge. When Rachel Crocker and I signed up for the Lost Soul 50K, we planned to make tracks on the course before the big day in September. READ
Red Deer College instructor Trish Campbell had somewhat of an ulterior motive for writing her PhD dissertation on how runners use mediated medical expertise in their self-care practices. The long-time runner and yoga instructor had battled injuries and wanted to delve deeper into the hows and the whys of self-care. READ