Running the ‘Yes!’ race

Written on May 30th, 2012 By
Category Marlene Farrell Blog, Training

By Marlene Farrell RunWenatchee There it was – in my inbox – an e-mail from USA Track and Field. It taunted in bold type. My mouse’s arrow hovered over it, about to turn the key and unlock its secret. This wasn’t an e-mail announcing a BLOWOUT SALE on Team USA duffel bags and visors. It…

Track Workout: May 1st 2012

Track Workout: May 1st 2012

Written on May 7th, 2012 By
Category Training

1 mile warm up Drills: lateral slide, backwards running, lateral slide, high knees and Burpees (5) x 3 rounds 6-8 x 800 meters @ 10k pace or 5 seconds faster per mile, 200 walk recovery between each 800. 1 mile cool down

The Running Momma

The Running Momma

Written on Jan 11th, 2011 By
Category Training

As many of you know, RunWenatchee co founder Martha Amrine had baby Maddux in 2010 and has resumed her running routine. She has created this wonderful new blog to chronicle her journey back to running form with help from the Boss Man.  Who is the Boss Man? Well, check out her blog to find out….

Bioletics At Home Assessments Are Aimed At Performance Improvements!

Bioletics At Home Assessments Are Aimed At Performance Improvements!

Written on Jun 16th, 2010 By
Category Training

Bioletics, a Bend, OR based performance company and RunWenatchee partner, has a nice post on the Competitor Running website.  To read the entire post, click here.  An excellent introduction to the potential benefits of metabolic performance assessments, is their new Runner’s Assessment Package.  This assessment package includes three cornerstone assessments – Vitamin D, Iron/Ferritin and Mineral…