Author Archives: alison naney

A new person!

I got hitched! I am now Alison Naney, which means I have a new website: I’m doing more and more coaching, and getting really excited about new massage techniques I’ve been studying. Check my website to keep up to … Continue reading

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Washington pass opened today, marking the unofficial start of summer. On my journey up valley after work I saw numerous motor homes that had made their way over. MVSTA’s stellar Sunflower marathon and relay event also marks the change of … Continue reading

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Run with Ease

¬† Join me in learning to run more relaxed and minimize injury. Working in conjunction with your body’s natural inclinations, I will show you through technique work, video analysis, running specific drills, and core strength, how to bring more ease … Continue reading

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Methow Endurance

Sam and I talk about running and skiing. A lot. So much so, that it was just a matter of time before we figured out a way to somehow put our enthusiasm for training and technique into action. Ideas were … Continue reading

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More Cutthroat

Running up to Cutthroat pass is my favorite local run. During and since college, I’ve been really interested in our connection to place and the idea of an intimate relationship to where one lives. The second I came to the … Continue reading

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Cutthroat Pass and beyond

The high mountain running season is waning already with some early snow. Last weekend¬† I went up Cutthroat pass and then north on the PCT with Kaarin, Ray, and the dogs. The huskies, of course, loved the few inches and … Continue reading

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Kangaroo Pass

After a disappointing race at Cascade Crest, I was in need of some good mountain time. I went to the hairpin and went up to Kangaroo pass: it did not disappoint. After several hours of alpine goodness, I came home … Continue reading

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