In this Q&A, we sit down with Team Injinji Athlete and veteran ultra-runner Mike Wardian about his views on trail running and why it has ballooned in popularity over the last two decades. He shares advice on recovery, how to manage downhill vert, and much more!
In this blog post, we'll share how Team Injinji Athletes are reaching their athletic goals and impacting their communities. Check in every month to read about their recent successes and upcoming challenges.
You might know someone who has taken on a Tough Mudder or you've heard of the Ninja Warrior program but have you ever wondered what it takes to compete in these events? We talk to three Team Injinji athletes about their experiences competing in obstacle races and why crawling, climbing, and lifting heavy are so rewarding.
We interview Team Injinji athlete Phil Shin about his first 100-mile race, the Leadville 100. As a two-time cancer survivor and liver transplant recipient, we talk about how Phil's personal experiences have impacted his passions and community.
Team Injinji Athlete Mike Wardian is returning to Silverton, Colorado in July to take on the Hardrock Hundred Mile Endurance Run, also known as the Hardrock 100. In this interview, Mike chats with us about his history with the race, goals for this year, and game plan for training.
Team Injinji Athlete Courtney Duawalter set a new course record when she won the Hardrock 100 in 2022. Just weeks after she took the win at Western States, Courtney will return to Hardrock in 2023. Learn about what gear she'll bring and what she hopes to achieve.
Team Injinji Athlete Courtney Dauwalter is returning to Western States to take on 100 miles of adventure in the Sierra Nevada mountain range. Then, three weeks later, she's heading to Colorado to compete in the epic Hardrock 100. Catch up with Courtney in this interview with Injinji.
Team Injinji athlete and running coach Jeff Browning is back with another installment in our exclusive series "Head to Toe with Coach Jeff." Learn about the best ways to recover after running a race. When should you start running again? What should your post-race nutrition look like? Coach Jeff answers these questions and more.
Use of public trails is a privilege and with that comes the responsibility to maintain them. Avid trail runner and Team Injinji athlete Andrew Miller explains how he and a team of volunteers rehabbed trails in the McDonald Forest.