• Enhancing Your Run

    Enhancing Your Run
    By Lindsay Dakota, Naked Sports Innovations Co-founder Last week, we discussed the challenges one might face in staying inspired as a recreational runner. For our final week, we’re going to tie all of this and hopefully give you some ideas of how your gear can help you have a more successful, and enjoyable experience as a runner.  As a runner, sometimes it can be...
  • Running Recreationally

    Running Recreationally
    By Lindsay Dakota, Naked Sports Innovations Co-founder Last week we discussed some of the challenges faced as a competitive athlete, but what about those who just run recreationally? Even outside of staying on top of a rigid training regimen, there can still be challenges to staying inspired to get out there and run.  For those who are at the end of their days as...
  • The Competitive Athlete

    The Competitive Athlete
    By Lindsay Dakota, Naked Sports Innovations Co-founder Runner: @Josu_Urresta Photograph by: @emezetaklik Last week I introduced this short series on the challenges facing me as a runner. Mine are no different than anyone out there…whether new to running or a seasoned week in week out competitive athlete. This week I’ll address the athlete who seeks to take their running to a competitive level or is...
  • The Runner's Challenge

    The Runner's Challenge
    by Lindsay Dakota, Naked Sports Innovations Co-founder. It’s a new year. The alarm goes off and I fumble to silence it.  It’s so dark that I can’t see outside but I know what the weather is like already…just from the sound of the rain beating against the roof above my head. Thoughts filling my mind of putting on soggy running shoes from yesterday’s run...
  • What does your local trail mean to you?

    What does your local trail mean to you?
    What does your local trail mean to you? Our small company is based on an even smaller island tucked away in the Pacific Northwest Coast. Carved deep out of this glaciated place is a trail called Shinglemill Creek. Named for the massive Cedar trees that were cut down and turned into Cedar shingles, this little stream is one of two Salmon spawning creeks here...
  • The Naked T/r: Grand Canyon-Ready by Troy Eid

    The Naked T/r: Grand Canyon-Ready by Troy Eid
                        There’s technical trail-running.  And there’s the Grand Canyon.   Don’t really mean that, except I do.  Since 1977 and my first backpacking trip to the Canyon – a school trip with fellow seventh-graders and some very patient parents – I’ve been hooked.  Where else can your feet carry you from snow and ice on...
  • Ryan Steiner Runs Free

    Ryan Steiner Runs Free
    Ryan Steiner shares his inspiring life story as a Neurodiverse runner. -First off, how much weight have you lost on this journey? At my highest weight I was 714 pounds, which has me at a current total loss of 504 pounds. This number does still fluctuate regularly as my journey to health and running is always continuing. As proud as I am of that,...
  • Fueling Movement in the New Year

    Fueling Movement in the New Year
    It’s no secret that diet and exercise go hand in hand. We’re going to explain a bit about how your body uses the fuel you give it and send you off with a fun and simple recipe to take with you.
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