With running and racing reason coming to a bittersweet end, Jenn Faraone, coach and competitive trail runner, shares advice on what to note when analyzing your running accomplishments and routines.
After a less than scorching hot start to our Southern Ontario summer, July brought in a real heat wave. The opening ceremonies for this warm spell happened to be the […]
It seems the more serious one gets in any sport, the more specialized the necessary equipment becomes. Running is no different. I started out by buying a single pair of […]
Trail running to some sounds like an intimidating and scary activity. The best way to get into trail running is by getting a fun and non-intimidating introduction with a group of people who’ve been doing it for years right in Toronto alongside a brand that knows trail running, Salomon.
Anyone who has been to a 5 Peaks race, and especially those of us with children, will have noticed a lot of kids tearing around with number bibs on. One […]
5 Yoga Advantages for Runners: 100% engaged core Lengthening and strengthening major muscles Feet strengthening Upper body strength without adding muscle bulk Balance, agility and confidence My first trail race […]
rbr.com readers meet Nat Korol. Like most of us, sports (running in particular) is a part of her life, but not the only part. We hope she will bring a […]
I was lucky enough to get the Arc’teryx Argus jacket during the deep freeze that was last winter. I have been sitting on this review until now as the leaves […]
June 21. The first day of summer. The longest day of the year. What better way to celebrate than blasting through the woods with old friends, new friends, and perfect […]
I love trail races. I must have said that at least 10 times to different people at the 5 Peaks Trail Running Series opener at Terra Cotta Conservation Area yesterday. […]