3 Steps to help you improve at technical trail running

3 Steps to help you improve at technical trail running

If you love trail running but struggle in rocky terrain, I broke it down into 3 simple steps, and some additional tips, to help you. There is nothing I love more than challenging myself on technical terrain. However getting better at doing this has taken years of practice and experience. If you have avoided these … Continue reading 3 Steps to help you improve at technical trail running

Cold Weather Trail Running: Gear & tips to help you get started

Don’t let gear be the thing holding you back from running outside during winter. If you have a decent pair of trail shoes then you are pretty much there. Running in the cold, and especially the snow, is one of my favorite things to do. Knowing how pricey running specific gear can be, I created … Continue reading Cold Weather Trail Running: Gear & tips to help you get started

Rocksylvania! Lehigh Gap Trail Run (East Loop)

Short but intense rock scramble climbs high above the Lehigh River and gives way to breathtaking views before descending down on loose technical terrain. I love this place! The Lehigh Gap is one of my favorite places to run and hike. Both the East and West loops use the Appalachian Trail system as it traverses … Continue reading Rocksylvania! Lehigh Gap Trail Run (East Loop)

Local Road Run: Reels from the road

Had a bunch of leftover footage from my Hoka Clifton 5 review so I thought I would put a short reel together of my typical road run. Trying to make a standard road run look fun is difficult, lol. https://youtu.be/-D1vo--nqxI Local Road Run: Reels from the road

Hoka Clifton 5: Workhorse shoe for road and gravel

I purchased this shoe a little over a year ago, and with 300 miles logged in them so far, I thought I would do a long-term review. The Clifton 5 is a classic Hoka, with plenty of cushion but without all the weight. It has been an absolute workhorse for me and it has held … Continue reading Hoka Clifton 5: Workhorse shoe for road and gravel

Trail Run: Kenealy Nature Park: A great alternative to the Wissahickon

Nestled between the banks of the Schuylkill River and Conshohocken State Rd are several trails that traverse the hills of Gladwyne, PA known as the Bridlewild Trails. These trails can be accessed through one of many wooded parks, and offer a great alternative to the Wissahickon. There are well over 24 miles of trails here, … Continue reading Trail Run: Kenealy Nature Park: A great alternative to the Wissahickon