Learning to adapt training and mindset through Alaskan winters
Many runners snowshoe in the off-season, but not many focus on it year round. At the U.S. national championship, everyone is welcome.
From cross-training to winter base building and getting prepped for summer races, here’s what our coaches say about winter training.
The traction, stability, and protection of trail shoes will arm you for adventure on snowy roads this winter.
You can wear whatever you want when you run, but letting your body get too cold may increase injury risk and reduce performance, in addition to being way less cozy.
Winter running can be dreary, with a pause in racing and abundance of inclement weather. But there are ways to make the most of those cold months.
Letting your body get too cold may increase injury risk and reduce performance, in addition to being way less cozy.
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