Running through the ages: How to master it
It is well known that sport has positive physical and mental health benefits at all ages. While sport drop out is common during the teenage years, many athletes decrease sport […]Read more..
Mastering a Long-Term Relationship with Sport: Stories of Masters Runners (Part 1)
Runners of the Six put out a call on the Runners of the Six Instagram a few weeks ago asking what readers wanted to have included in the upcoming ROT6 […]Read more..
Street Safety: Keeping your safe space safe
When talking about running with friends and family, and the broader Toronto running community, over the last year, the word safe(ty) always seemed to come up. Many Toronto runners refer […]Read more..
Tracking your runs: Monitoring your cycle
Females participating in aesthetic sports often talk about, or are impacted by, menstrual cycles. For example, within dance and gymnastics, females often experience their first period (menarche) later than ‘normal’, […]Read more..
Tracking your runs
Runners love to track. Tracking looks different for everyone, but most often takes the form of: Indicating what days you run Recording the distance or pace of your run Totalling […]Read more..
Trials, Tribulations, and Triumphs in Toronto 2020-2021: How we can continue to adapt
We’ve all become eerily familiar with the concept of lockdown and stay-at-home orders here in Toronto. Being a Toronto runner has come with some privilege over the last year, but […]Read more..
The race against the clock: Balancing priorities and the time demands of running
Growing up, I did pretty much everything under the sun (besides running). I attended an arts school, was heavily involved in dance for hours after school every day, and also […]Read more..
Notes from an unintended running break: It’s ok to press pause
Runners schedule their day around ‘the run’. The length of the run, the type of run, and feelings towards the run all contribute to what runners eat that day, the […]Read more..
Why do you run?: Building a healthy relationship with running
Why do you run? Why did you start to run? Have you changed your ‘reason for running’ over time? How do you navigate these changes and maintain your […]Read more..
Respectful Running: “I am blind, please go around me”
Ableism consists, in part, of discriminatory behaviours where people without disabilities view themselves in positions of power, superior to individuals with disabilities (Goodley, 2014). In the disability research world, there […]Read more..