Colorado Runner | Category Archive - athlete profiles

By: Colorado Runner  09-12-2011

Boulder, CO – Joe Bosshard had not yet reached his teenage years, but he believed he’d discovered a path to national exposure, perhaps even fame and fortune. Born in La Crosse, Wis., Bosshard gravitated toward one of the local pastimes – log rolling – before he was 6 years old and won a world title for his age division. And as he aged, he kept at it, finishing second among the 12-and-unders at the annual Lumberjack World Championships in Hayward, Wis. “I thought it would be my fastest way to get on ESPN, because they do the outdoors games. I [..]

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Colorado Runner | Category Archive - regional news

This year, the Naked Foot 5K will travel to nine locations across the US: California, Massachusetts, Washington D.C., Colorado, Washington, Minnesota, Michigan and round up the year in Texas. Denver, CO, November 1, 2011 – The Naked Foot 5K challenges runners to lace up or kick off their shoes and run. It’s not about the barefoot movement,” said The Naked Foot 5K co-founders, Scott and Lauren Jones.


Colorado Runner | Category Archive - trail reviews features

If you’re lucky, you’ll see elk, mule deer, coyotes, squirrels and a variety of birds. The Denver and Rio Grande Railroad were built through the area in 1871. Greenland was once a bustling village and shipping point.


Colorado Runner | Category Archive - product reviews

Runners, triathletes, and cyclists will gain more fitness from every workout with this new book from Sage Rountree, an expert cycling, triathlon, and running coach and yoga instructor. Boulder, CO, USA – April 19, 2011 – The Athlete’s Guide to Recovery is the first and only comprehensive exploration of the art and science of athletic rest.


Colorado Runner | Category Archive - features

Backed by studies at MIT and Harvard, running form and injury expert Danny Abshire presents the natural running technique, form drills, and an 8-week transition plan that will put runners on the path to faster, more efficient, and healthier running. By practicing natural running technique, runners will enjoy a healthier way of running that also protects their feet and legs from harmful impact and modern paved surfaces.


Colorado Runner | Category Archive - injury prevention features

Many runners follow the recommendations of rest, lighter workouts, proper nutrition, ice, stretching and massages, but all too frequently some minor aches and pains just don’t go away. Serious runners and triathletes are always tempted to “work through” that pesky knee pain, that stabbing foot pain, or that calf pain on those arduous hills.


Colorado Runner | Category Archive - nutrition features

If you are looking for a simple, yet special, gift for your running buddy, teammate, or active friend, enjoy making one of these recipes for a sports food that will be sure to please any hungry athlete. OATMEAL PANCAKES The pancakes are light and fluffy prizewinners, perfect for brunch after a hard workout, or breakfast in bed on a recovery day.


Colorado Runner | Category Archive - training tips features

Check your local race calendar and you’ll find plenty of opportunities to lace up your shoes, don some lycra, and feel smug about doing something good for your health in less than an hour. Off to a half marathon or marathon go most runners, leaving the 10K the black sheep of the foot-race family. The 5K foot race has become ubiquitous on any given weekend.