Most of us do something we think will help us do better on race day – whether it’s related to improving our performance, or it’s superstitious ritual for good luck. We’ve compiled a list of the strangest pre-running routines we’ve ever heard of.
Cheers to the New Year! Here’s to an exciting, adventure-filled year ahead! I hope you all had a wonderful time making memories with your family and friends this holiday season. What’s in store for you this New Year? Are you the type to make resolutions for yourself? I am a planner, and always have been…
Yet another piece on Rachael Arends, our overall winner, is featured in Runner’s World! She not only beat the women at Onward Shay! Boise Marathon, but also all of the men. In the running world, this is extremely rare. Rachael has been featured on the NY Post, and now Runner’s World.
We’re not offering you a facelift, we’re saying that the Grove Hotel got a facelift! If you are coming to Boise for Onward Shay! Boise Marathon, or perhaps you’re a Boisean and you want to have a little hotel party in celebration after the race… You can book a discounted stay at some of the nicest downtown hotels in Boise.
Take a look at some of the renovations happening at the hotels!
Although there are many health benefits from running and exercising regularly, there is also a risk of injury. Injuries from running usually involve the muscles, tendons, joints, and bones of the lower extremity (hips, legs, ankles and feet). Most are due to repetitive activity rather than a single traumatic event.
The football season is nearly here. And as much as we're runners, we're also football lovers. Our ideal day consists of waking up early for a cool run in the foothills, meeting up with friends for lunch in the North End, and heading to the stadium parking lot to tailgate with our closest crew, and losing our voices cheering for our boys out there on the blue turf.