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..
Going the Distance
Am I a ‘runner’ yet? How many kilometres do I have to log? How many days per week do I have to run? What combination of answers to these questions […]Read more..
Why Students Should Run Too
University and College years are often described as a time of self-discovery. For myself, my discovery came in the form of developing a new love and hobby; running. In my […]Read more..
The Importance of “Finding Your Why”
Like most runners, running for me has primarily been used as an outlet – time where I can dedicate my thoughts to just putting one foot in front of the […]Read more..