February 7, 2014

My Michigan Run: Stony Creek Metropark in Shelby Township

Southeastern Michigan runners will recognize this park, which Kevin Jones calls “the base of my running operations.” I follow Kevin, […]

January 16, 2014

Traverse City running coach Lisa Taylor on the importance of creating year-round running plans

“Being a runner has little to do with how fast you are, but so much to do with how you […]

January 13, 2014

My Michigan Run: Amy Blake shares some gorgeous runs in the U.P.’s Keweenaw Peninsula

Amy Blake–find her on Instagram at amyupnorth—was kind enough to offer up several photos of where she runs just a […]

December 9, 2013

My Michigan Run: Emily Alt’s ‘Mayor’s Run’ leading to a Grand Haven beach

I’ve long appreciated Emily Alt’s photos on Instagram–the Michigan runner and lifestyle and wedding photographer is @emilyalt1 over there–and she shares a […]

November 20, 2013

Guest Runner Race Recap: 2013 Kona Chocolate Run in Plymouth

Michigan runner Megan, who blogs at Watch Me Go Run, shares her 10K race experience at this past weekend’s Kona […]

November 11, 2013

My Michigan Running Story: Ann Arbor athlete Alicia Curley, running strong for Oiselle, for her body and mind

Alicia Curley, 27, lives in Ann Arbor, where she also blogs about running, recipes, and “changing my habits, for good” […]

November 4, 2013

Going Long: Michigan Runner Jessica Ericson on Making the Transition to Ultra Running

I just love this picture of Clinton Township, Mich. runner Jessica Ericson. She’s on the trails, she’s running long, she’s […]

October 23, 2013

10 Tips from a First-Time Marathoner

Photo: Adrienne “Dren” Asselmeier at the finish of this year’s Sleeping Bear Marathon in Empire, Mich. With fall race season in […]

October 9, 2013

My Michigan Running Story: Jill Plamondon tackles ultras, an epic Ragnar Relay + this weekend’s Lighthouse Half Marathon in Traverse City

Photo: Jill Plamondon celebrates her finish at last weekend’s Ragnar Relay in the nation’s capital. Jill Plamondon, who lives and […]

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