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Trail Runners: How To Stay Motivated Through Winter

Feb. 27th 2014

Ultrarunner Jeremy Duncan shares how he stays stoked on the sport throughout the chilly months in Colorado.

Almost all runners gripe that winter is the hardest season to train through. And I always agreed. But a few years ago, I started to look at winter through a different lens. After years of frustration running in windy, icy and snowy conditions, I started seeing winter for what it truly is: a time to recharge the body and pursue alternative methods of staying fit.

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Winter Running: Why Not?

Nov. 8th 2011

For many of us who live in mountain towns, the act of running through our neighboring streets, trails and hills makes up a large part of why we live where we do. The solitude, scenery, smells and sounds, all contribute to the experience. And it’s hard to beat. Each spring when the trails dry out, we look forward to days striding out through single track, the slow change of leaves and trees as the days click pass into fall, and when our gears change, when we begin to looking toward powder snow, schussing skis, and après haunts.

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