My First Trail Running Shoe by Suman Silwal

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When I first started to run, I was suggested that I MUST buy a good pair of running shoe. It is NO different in trail running. I took on the trail run in December 2011. Before I headed out to trails, I wanted to make sure that I purchase a correct trail running shoe. I use the ASICS 2100 series for my road running. I felt more comfortable using their Trail brand. I got the ASICS Gel-Enduro 7. It is working well for me. I have already logged 135 miles. I will be logging many more miles in coming months and years. I am enjoying every minutes of trail running. I am looking forward for my first 50k (all Trails at Oak Mt., Alabama) in March 31st 2012.
Happy Trail Running!

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Oak Mt. 50K Course Getting To the Peavine Falls – Oak Mt. Alabama

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I have taken on the trail running since Dec 26th 2011. Slowly, I am falling in love with the trail running. I have done all major trails in the Metro Birmingham Area – Ruffner Mt., Red Mt. and Oak Mt. All of these trails are different; and it has its own challenges. As I am getting ready for my First Ultra marathon – the Oak Mt. 50k, I am also enjoying what nature has given us so close to home.

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Red Mountain New Year’s Resolution Run

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In cooperation with the Trak Shak, the Birmingham Track Club will be hosting a free New Year’s Resolution Run at Red Mountain Park on New Year’s Eve 2011. 

There will be three distance options (3, 5, and 10 miles) for you to choose from, so whatever your New Year’s Resolution you can kick it off in style at Red Mountain Park.  Jim ‘n Nick’s is going to provide breakfast and beer afterwards, with 8:00 am as the start time for this free run.  Mark your calendar for New Year’s Eve morning!  

SET RED MOUNTAIN PARK  FOR NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTION RUN !!!

Learn more about Red Mountain Park and all it has to offer the running community:

http://www.FriendsOfRedMountainPark.org

 

Directions to Red Mountain Park office from I-65(park hikes begin in the adjoining cul-de-sac):

Take Lakeshore Parkway headed west(toward Bessemer) for approximately 3 miles, turn right onto Frankfurt Drive and then right onto Lyon Lane.

Click here

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