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Burly Bio: Heather B.

This Burly Bio is Heather B. If a picture is worth a thousand words, then Heather’s picture of a blissfully chaotic life must be worth millions. In fact, that’s how she describes life with her partner, Jeff Rowthorn, six children aged 9 to 14, two dogs, seven reptiles, 14 fish, eight chickens and one hamster; … Continue reading Burly Bio: Heather B.

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Burly Bio: Alexi M.

This month’s Burly Bio is Alexi Menjivar. He’s got slick moves both on and off the trail and is a very proud father of four amazing kids. Born in Texas to Salvadorian parents, raised in downtown Hamilton where running as a hobby was not only uncommon but often made fun of. Money was tough for … Continue reading Burly Bio: Alexi M.

Trail Talk Tuesday – Cougar Mountain

Distance – More than 55km of trails in total Trail Type – Mostly groomed double track Accessibility – Easy but need a car from downtown Seattle Trail markers – Easy to find, well-marked While on a recent trip to Seattle I had the opportunity to run with a local running group called High Heel Running … Continue reading Trail Talk Tuesday – Cougar Mountain

Mistakes We’ve Made Along The Way #UltraTrainingBlogSeries 

Trail and Ultra running is a growing sport and we want to make sure all our lovely Burlies prepare for their first Ultra in the most effective way by getting to that start line prepared and stronger than ever. That’s why we’ve reached out to some very knowledgable veterans to share their advice in this … Continue reading Mistakes We’ve Made Along The Way #UltraTrainingBlogSeries 

Foot Related Tips for Injury Prevention #UltraTrainingBlogSeries

Trail and Ultra running is a growing sport and we want to make sure all our lovely Burlies prepare for their first Ultra in the most effective way by getting to that start line prepared and stronger than ever. That's why we've reached out to some very knowledgable veterans to share their advice in this … Continue reading Foot Related Tips for Injury Prevention #UltraTrainingBlogSeries