Lauren Ryan of Boise switched to trail running when she moved here a few years ago. “It’s kind of an escape,” she said. “... It’s more enjoyable for me. It’s more of a challenge. It gets the heart rate up and works some other muscles. And the scenery is beautiful. You can’t really beat it.”
Lauren Ryan of Boise switched to trail running when she moved here a few years ago. “It’s kind of an escape,” she said. “... It’s more enjoyable for me. It’s more of a challenge. It gets the heart rate up and works some other muscles. And the scenery is beautiful. You can’t really beat it.” Chadd Cripe ccripe@idahostatesman.com
Lauren Ryan of Boise switched to trail running when she moved here a few years ago. “It’s kind of an escape,” she said. “... It’s more enjoyable for me. It’s more of a challenge. It gets the heart rate up and works some other muscles. And the scenery is beautiful. You can’t really beat it.” Chadd Cripe ccripe@idahostatesman.com

Take your running routine to the trails, where surface is softer and views prettier

April 24, 2017 11:09 PM

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