Taji 100 Challenge

Taji 100 Challenge

Kristen Brosamer  /  January 31, 2017

PARTICIPATE! For the past two years, a group of us from All-Terrain Runners have joined a non-profit challenge for February called the Taji 100. Started by a local group, the event raises money for military veterans’ organizations by asking participants to log 100 miles during the month of February either by running, walking or using […]

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Find Your Resolve

Find Your Resolve

Kristen Brosamer  /  January 30, 2016

Many view January as the month to rev up new habits and routines, particularly those that are health and fitness related. But if you’re like me, after the holidays you are stressed out, depleted, battered and fried. January should be a time to rest and recover: to turn everything off and back on again, restore […]

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Catalina Half & Full Marathon

Catalina Half & Full Marathon

anonymous  /  October 8, 2015

Experience the spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean and the island’s wildlife. Sign up for either the 26.2 or the 13.1 miles and run some of the most beautiful, rugged and breathtaking trails you will ever experience! Check out the website for this race, and see how you can combine a weekend getaway with one of the most scenic races in CA.

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Busyness and Mindfulness

Busyness and Mindfulness

anonymous  /  August 25, 2015

People wear busyness as a badge of honor. Ask most Bay Area parents how they are, and they often reply “crazy busy.” Every profile I’ve ever read of top age groupers emphasizes the athlete’s time management skills: how they get up at 5 a.m. (or 4 a.m. or 3 a.m.) to train, how they are great at multi-tasking, and how to juggle a busy schedule.

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The Power of Will

The Power of Will

anonymous  /  August 25, 2015

For our 25th reunion, my alma mater sent out a survey to members of the class, asking about various aspects of their lives, work, health and habits. One question was the following: I need more (pick one only): love money recognition sleep responsibility sex time will power A good friend who is living the dream (or his dream, anyway)…

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Fearsome Tri

Fearsome Tri

Mike Osmond  /  May 30, 2015

Fearsome Tri. A return to the original format of this event with a 1 mile swim at Aquatic Park, 12 mile ride to Mill Valley, 15 mile trail run (Double Dipsea), 12 mile ride back to Aquatic Park…

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Injured Reserve List

Injured Reserve List

Steve Marra  /  April 9, 2015

Being a swim instructor and competing in endurance events, I’m around athletes and pretty well versed about injuries. Pick up almost any sport magazine and there will be an article about how to recover from an injury…

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Mar 13 Noon: Last Call for Cans, February Can-DONE!

Mar 13 Noon: Last Call for Cans, February Can-DONE!

anonymous  /  March 2, 2015

Now that we’ve got those February yards built into our base fitness, it’s time to bring in the “cans.” One item for every 2000 yards you swam in February – donations to the Menlo Park Senior Center lunch program…

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Meet the Staff: Camila Guevara

Meet the Staff: Camila Guevara

Gudrun Enger  /  January 29, 2015

Meet Camila Guevara, a swim instructor at Menlo Swim School!

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Work Smarter, Not Harder

Work Smarter, Not Harder

anonymous  /  January 27, 2015

About six months ago I made the decision to attempt the selection program for a particular military Special Operations program that requires a daunting amount of swimming.

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