The ’100-run club’

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Written on Feb 23rd, 2015 By
Category Steve Maher's Blog, Training

By Steve Maher RunWenatchee.com Over the next couple weeks, RunWenatchee will be honoring the first two runners to reach the 100-run mark at our weekly club run. As of Feb. 20, Patty Cone had completed 99 runs and Rachel Findlay had finished 98 runs since we started the event way back on Jan. 3, 2013,…

Water Jogging 101

Form is key while water jogging.

Written on Jan 31st, 2015 By
Category Marlene Farrell Blog, Training

By Marlene Farrell RunWenatchee.com Editor’s note: Leavenworth’s Marlene Farrell is recovering from a broken ankle suffered while running. This is the third in a series of blogs she is writing, detailing her recovery. EAST WENATCHEE — Running on frigid winter mornings has its rewards: scrubbed lungs, warm rosy cheeks, tingling muscles at the interface between…

Running builds runners

Developing a good running form takes time.

Written on Sep 24th, 2014 By
Category Blogs, Training

  By Sarah Barkley RunWenatchee.com One of the questions I’m often asked regarding running form is this: Do beginning runners need to work on technique, or will a gradual increase in running naturally allow a new runner to develop their own style? As with most things in the health and fitness industry, the answer at…

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Finding my happy time

A morning fit for running.

Written on Sep 24th, 2014 By
Category Marlene Farrell Blog, Training

  By Marlene Farrell RunWenatchee.com Recently I ran in the early afternoon. Conditions were ideal — 70 degrees with a refreshing breeze. A blue enamel sky, vanilla pines, and an empty road were one version of autumnal perfection. There was only one problem. I hated every step of it. I wasn’t injured or ill and…

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The beauty of Burch Mountain

Written on Sep 24th, 2014 By
Category Trail Running, Training

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River Run 2014 results

Written on Sep 20th, 2014 By
Category Events, Race Results, Training


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Venturing to the west side

Written on Sep 10th, 2014 By
Category Trail Running, Training