The summer solstice takes place Sunday, June 21. It’s the longest day of the year for those of us in the Northern Hemisphere and officially the first day of summer. It’s an event celebrated among cultures around the world with a variety of rituals. Among them: bonfires, torch-lit parades, the wearing of crowns of flowers and the creation of “protective amulets.” … Read More
We runners tend to be a little overzealous about our sport. We eat, sleep, and breath running. When you are running 20–30+ miles a week, and have strategic rest days, how do you take Hal Higdon’s advice and get in one day of cross training without being pooped for your next run? And why should you? First, why? Well, running … Read More
What do you do with an adult diaper, a tyvek painter’s suit, a buckskin, and a few porcupine quills? You use them in The Death Race, of course.
Three insider tips to help you make the most of Endurance Evolution’s Sleeping Bear Marathon & Half Marathon.