On May 8, ultrarunner Michael McKnight did the unthinkable: he ran 100 miles without having consumed any calories throughout the run that took him 18 hours and 40 minutes. Read More
Kogalla presents “Just One Step Forward,” an inside look at Michael McKnight, Team Kogalla Athlete and current Triple Crown of 200s Champion and record holder. Learn what drove McKnight to complete and win all three 200-mile races. Hear how he didn’t allow physical setbacks to keep him from his passion of running. Learn about who inspires him. Experience vicariously, the wild adventures McKnight endured as he relentlessly battled to run through each night on just 30-minutes of sleep over the entire 645-mile distance. Michael McKnight inspires us, and we know he will inspire you.
While most of the nation is practicing social distancing away from large social gatherings, Kogalla athlete, Candice Burt is taking those measures to a whole other level — by running 800 miles in the Arizona desert with the help of a small support crew. Read More
When times are trying and uncertain, sometimes you need a shot of inspiration to get after it. These incredible outdoor documentaries do just that. Read More
With tips and advice from personal trainer Tom Morgan of Starks Fitness Read More
When the cold rolls in, there's no need to confine yourself to the treadmill. Bundle up and get in some winter trail running in Salt Lake. Read More
We’ve put together a handy list of tips and tricks to get you motivated for a cold-weather run, from helping you get out the door to staying warm, even when the mercury dips. Read More
You don't have to pack up your hiking shoes when the snow starts to fall. Here, insider tips on tackling a long-distance hike in winter. Read More
Susie Kramer, 54-year-old ultra-distance runner from Peoria, Arizona, has a talent for going the distance.
Use these 11 tips to help you stay comfortable and safe while camping in cold weather. Read More
Follow these tips to tackle the challenges of trail running during winter. Read More
Abandoning the path of least resistance, Taylor uses ultra running to carry him toward health, accountability and to cut his own trail up the mountain. Read More