It may go without saying, but how you hold your posture as you run can seriously impact your stride.
It’s finally springtime and many of us are trading out our old run-down shoes to start the season of training.
For avid trail runners like Dreama Campbell, part of the fun is trying out area trails for their long runs. For her, the Possum Creek Segment of the Cumberland Trail is her favorite place to let go and run.
Take the time to recognize some of your bad running habits and resolve to break them for a better run in 2015.
One of Run Chattanooga’s favorite places to run is on the trails of Raccoon Mountain. So why wouldn’t the group’s first official race event be there?
Lula Lake Land Trust
Now that fall is in full swing, it’s time to trade our road routes for the scenic trails around the city.
Autumn: it’s a ripe time for exploring trails, but no one wants to stay in the woods overnight without a plan.
We are what we eat.
Let’s face it—running alone can get boring. Shake up your routine with Run Chattanooga, a free fitness movement that meets to get your blood pumping and to create lasting friendships.
It’s finally time to step out of the gym and hit the pavement, and there’s no better way to do that than with a race.
Have you seen the Hoka One One running shoes?
Shorter days and colder weather are no excuse to slack off on your training.
When Canadian elite runner and Chattanooga transplant Lanni Marchant tried the Toronto Waterfront Marathon last year, she didn’t finish.
Early morning runs just got a lot colder around Chattanooga.