Boston Marathon, by boat

Written on May 29th, 2017 By
Category RunWenatchee Blog, Training

By Emerson Peek RunWenatchee.com The mid-December day blossomed with excitement, and it wasn’t even close to being over yet. I’d just completed my first skate skiing lesson in Leavenworth, and the thought of skate skiing becoming the backbone of my winter training plan enthralled me. My end goal? Running strong in my first Boston Marathon…

Updates and details for Sunday’s Red Devil Challenge

Written on May 30th, 2012 By
Category Events, News, RunWenatchee Blog, Trail Running

By Joel Rhyner RunWenatchee CASHMERE — The trails for this Sunday’s Red Devil Challenge 25-kilometer run are in great shape and the weather is looking perfect, with highs in the low 70s and a few clouds predicted. It may be cool in the morning, however, so bring a warm layer just in case. Here are…

Running in the footsteps of legends

Written on Apr 29th, 2012 By
Category News, RunWenatchee Blog, Training

By Joel Rhyner RunWenatchee.com This past weekend I had the opportunity to run the Eugene Half-Marathon, which happened to be my first race in more than a year. My training has been hampered by a nagging case of patellar tendonitis and it was an understatement that I had not been putting in the quality miles…

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April 24th Track Workout

April 24th Track Workout

Written on Apr 26th, 2012 By
Category RunWenatchee Blog, Training

Somewhat of a recovery workout, since many of our runners raced this past weekend. If you are tired or are tapering for an upcoming race, this is a great workout for getting ready for your next event. 1 mile warm up Drills (side lunges, backwards running, side lunges and high knees x 4) 5 x…

April 10th Track Workout

April 10th Track Workout

Written on Apr 10th, 2012 By
Category RunWenatchee Blog, Training

Tuesday Track Workouts

Tuesday Track Workouts

Written on Apr 3rd, 2012 By
Category RunWenatchee Blog, Training