“Pass fast” — it was the code name for the trick my middle school cross country coach taught us for beating other runners in a race. Pass runners quickly enough so that they won’t want to hang with you.
Mind Over Miles
(As of early 2013,) Farin Montanez is a 25-year-old mom of two who started running — after a decade-long hiatus — in November. “Mind over miles” chronicles her training for the Santa Rosa Marathon. She can be reached at farin at maderatribune.net. Follow her on Instagram at mind_over_miles.
On “Easy Peasy Fido Friday” with my running group, we run at a leisurely pace for an hour — 30 minutes up the Eaton Trail at Woodward Park and 30 minutes back — and whoever has a “running dog” brings him or
I spend my free time, which amounts to about 10 hours per week (only slightly kidding), running, writing about running, or reading about running.
What does it mean to run “like a girl”?
As a parent, a somewhat young one, I frequently worry about my parenting skills.
Start with a 5K Saturday
What better way to start your summer than with a race?
Nothing is more crucial to goal-oriented training than motivation, and nothing is more motivating than another runner — or a whole group of them — promising to meet you for a run.