Staying Active During Injury

As an athlete, injury is a bummer all the way around, regardless the type or severity.  I’ve spent the last 9 months (4 of them in a boot) recovering from […]

Preventing Injuries

The next few months are going to continue to get more intense as runners across the world get ready for Grandma’s Weekend in Duluth, Minnesota.  It’s going to be an […]

Hydration and Fueling

One of the most FAQ about marathoning and endurance sports has to do with proper hydration and fueling.   Every person has unique and specific needs in these areas, but […]

Parenting & Running

Marathon training is hard. Parenting is harder. Combining them can sometimes seem like an impossible task. However, despite being a logistical challenge, it not only is good for parents, but […]

Planning Accessible Group Runs

The running community has made huge strides in the last few years to make running accessible to more people. My name is Michelle Ziebarth and I am a 2024 grambassador. […]

A Race Requires Runners Of All Speeds

A race requires runners of all speeds.  Kind of like a story book, there needs to be a beginning, middle and an end.  It’s obvious that someone will finish first […]

What to Wear for Winter Running

Has this ever happened to you? A few years ago, I was on mile two of a ten-mile run when I realized I should have added ear warmers. My ears […]

What it Takes to Train for a PR

“I’m shooting for a PR”… how many times, as runners, do we hear these words? For some, PRs come often and in huge increments, for others, it takes years to […]

Book & Podcast Recommendations

The more I run, the more I want to know about running. This obsession has led me to be a huge consumer of running media, whether it be in films, […]