2020 Bigfoot 5K: The Snow Must Go On

“SUCCESS” CAN BE AN ELUSIVE BEAST, depending on how you define it. Last Saturday was the Bigfoot Snowshoe 5K/10K at Timber Ridge Resort in Traverse City. Despite rain all the day before, the race went on as scheduled. I’ve run the 5K every year since 2014. I look forward to it until about three days …

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How Runners Are Like Warren Buffet

MY COACH THINKS I'M RICH. I found this out last week while trying on shoes at Running Lab, where Marie works part time. "These shoes are on sale," she said, indicating the Brooks Pure Flows I had on, "but that shouldn't matter to you. You have all the money in the world." She was ribbing …

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United in Running

Running is, at its core, an individual sport. In football eleven players must each execute their assignments to make a play successful. In Aikido, Shite and Uke work together to perform a correct and harmonious technique. Unlike those activities, a runner's performance is ultimately personal; success depends upon each person's own goals, training, condition, and …

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