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November 2022

Shared Experiences from a Non-running Runner

Shared Experiences from a Non-running Runner  By Chris Leung Hey HOU! “Winter” is here and the running season is upon us with cooler temperatures and dry air (finally!).    Like a number of us, I grew up dreading the PE - Physical Education period in school. Worst of all were the days we had to

5 Things I Learned About Nutrition While Recovering From an Eating Disorder

5 Things I Learned About Nutrition While Recovering From an Eating Disorder And how you can use them to strengthen your long-distance running journey  By Rebecca Wied For the past 10 years, my world has been consumed by the thoughts of numbers, food, and exercise; and my time has been filled up with doctor appointments,

October 2022

How Running in a Group Setting Helped me Reach my Goals

How Running in a Group Setting Helped me Reach my Goals If you’re a lone wolf runner and getting started you need to hear this . . .   By Rosa Perez  This is the story of how I went from a lone wolf to running with a pack.  I have been running for almost

The Arbor School

The Arbor School  “Every mile is for him. To live and to love. He’s my constant reminder why I’m here. To serve those who don’t have the same luxury I do, the often overlooked luxury of something as basic as running.” 13 years and 100 days. That’s when Price Stedham took his first steps. A

Stop. Enjoy the Run!

Stop. Enjoy the Run!  Encouragement to runners of all levels.  When I began running, I had no idea what to expect. I was a “fan-girl” of runners. I admired their perseverance and found it unfathomable their legs could carry them for miles upon miles.   It’s hard to believe that now, I am a runner! And

September 2022

5 Game-changing lessons that helped me finally run my dream marathon time

5 Game-changing lessons that helped me finally run my dream marathon time By Emilia Benton   The 2022 Chevron Houston Marathon was my 11th time racing the distance and my eighth time doing this specific race. But racing marathons hadn’t exactly been smooth sailing since I ran my first one in New York City at

How to Overcome Fear by Finding Your Motivation

The start of a new journey is always scary. This year, 2022, I found myself in an interesting place. A place many LGBTQ+ community members find themselves in after countless days of imagining all possible outcomes of their “coming out” journey.   How will my friends react? What will my family think?   I reached deep inside

How to Get Out of a Slump

As athletes and as humans, we go through seasons of life. Sometimes we're hitting home runs. Others we find ourselves in the status quo and, well, sometimes, life just feels hard.  With the pandemic taking over our lives since March 2020, my assumption is that we've all hit some pretty low, lows in the last