Potato Chips—A Vital Training Tool For Wolf Creek Wrangle?

Annual Wolf Creek Wrangle to benefit Habitat for Humanity September 25th
Annual Wolf Creek Wrangle to benefit Habitat for Humanity September 25th

If you haven't started training for the Habitat for Humanity/Wolf Creek Wrangle Run coming up on September 25th at Eaton's Ranch, it isn't too late. Sheridan Media's Betsy Love spoke with an experienced runner to hear about a “fast track” training program and brings us this report.


Just to clarify, this Habitat benefit also has a six mile hike—. And both are followed by a great big BBQ at Eaton's, which, as we'll soon hear, is actually a fundamental part of the training process. We'll get back to that part in a moment.

First, for those of us currently in “lesser shape,” and wanting to start training for the 10-mile race, avid runner Keri McMeans,, who will be on the Wolf Trail in a few weeks as well, gives us the “fast track training program”.

But what may be just as important as the training itself, is what you do after the run. And Keri says she runs, oh, something like a zillion miles a day.

Co-organizer Julie Davidson says all of the proceeds go to Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns.

Following the 6-mile hike or 10-mile run through Wolf Creek, there will also be, as mentioned, a bbq. Which, as we've learned, is a very important part of the running process.

Heading out to train for the Wolf Creek race, crunch, crunch, for Sheridan Media dot com news, this is Betsy Love reporting.

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