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Final Bitterroot Runoff Training Run this Sunday!

Join RE Events and Alpine Running Guides at 9:00am this Sunday, April 10th for the final Bitterroot Runoff Training Run! We will have groups running 3-6 miles on the Bitterroot Runoff course. This is a great chance to scope out parts of the…
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Running 101, Part 3: Troubleshooting common injuries

Running 101, Part 3: Troubleshooting common injuries At some point in your running journey, there is a chance you will encounter an injury. Not everyone gets injured, and thankfully most injuries are preventable and short-lived. Below we’ll…
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Running 101, Part 2: Keeping the FUN in RUN

If you just started running, it may not feel like the most fun thing in the world. First off, we’re here to tell you THAT IS OK! Sometimes it’s downright not fun. BUT, we want you to know that it gets better. And yes, it even gets FUN. Sometimes…
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Running 101, Part One: sticking with it and staying comfortable

So, you made a New Year’s resolution to get into running. Or maybe to get back into running. Or perhaps to consider getting into running. First of all, CONGRATS! This blog, and each blog post over the next four weeks, is for YOU. They will…
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Goal Setting

The New Year is just a few days away! This time of year, we hear a lot about the goals people want to set for the next year. As a bunch of runners, we love setting goals and working towards them throughout the year. Our staff pursued a lot of…
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FAQs: Exercise During Smoke Season

It looks like smoke season is upon us! This time of year, we get a lot of questions and comments about exercising outside. We hear everything from “is it safe to run?” to “are there masks I can wear?” and “I’m going outside no matter…