Ultra-pacing - Often, the image that comes to mind when you think of ultrarunning is the lone, dedicated runner covering vast distances, but in reality, most ultrarunners don't cover those great distances alone - they are often accompanied by a pacer. Here is an article about some of the many demands and rewards of ultra-pacing.
5 ways to stop beating up your running self - Most of the time not only are we our own worst enemies, but we are our own worst critics. I read somewhere recently that almost everyone suffers from the "not enoughness" disease. I'm not going to lie – it makes me feel good to know I'm not the only one.
Running in cemeteries - Our running routes can take us to wondrous places; varied vistas where we can gaze upon a stunning sunset or a dazzling dawn; where we can run through lush foliage or run by bucolic brooks. Or... through a local graveyard. Runners must be unobtrusive as they make their way through a cemetery. Here are some tips.
Iraq has weaponized running shoes, White House claims - The Secretary of State believes that there is irrefutable evidence that Iraq has successfully mated a can of Pam cooking spray to the Saddam 3000 running shoe. The U.S. President will urge the United Nations to pass a forceful resolution requiring Iraq to immediately dismantle the modified shoes, submit to unrestricted inspections, and abandon its orthotic development program.
How far do I need to run to burn off my psychoses? - When I started out at the gym, I was out of shape, overweight, and had the lung capacity of a chipmunk. However, I was completely sane and had never had a single thought about exercise machines trying to control my mind.