Southern California is a running enthusiast's dream come true. With mostly mild, sunny weather the majority of the year and gorgeous scenery that includes scenic ocean views, vistas and even waterfalls. It’s no question that the area offers hundreds of runs around the region for people of all ability levels, so whether you’re new to the sport or a dedicated runner, you’ll have no trouble finding a trail that not only suits your ability level, you will also experience some of the most gorgeous landscapes this state has to offer...
Brand ambassador and athlete, Alyssa Clark reflects on the highs and lows of setting a World Record FKT on the Pinhoti Trail. Clark had gambled with this trail once before, in 2020. She attempted a self-supported FKT which resulted in a DNF at mile 140, but something about this trail was calling Alyssa back to it. Could it have been the familiar terrain, or the chance to come face to face with her true potential? Whatever it was, she knew failure wasn’t an option.Continue reading
The vision of Tanri has always been to be one with nature, to respect our playground, and to give back to support conservational efforts. From our ingredients down to our packaging, we aim to minimize our carbon footprint.Continue reading
You might be thinking, “aren’t hydrating and moisturizing the same thing?” Think of the two terms as teammates. A hydrating product increases the amount of water being absorbed into the skin, while a moisturizing product traps in hydration and leaves your skin silky smooth. Ingredients like hyaluronic acid, glycerin, and aloe provide hydration and offer benefits like healing acne scars or wounds, brightening, and reducing the appearance of wrinkles. On the other hand, jojoba oil, shea butter, and coconut oil offer moisture and have anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, have high antioxidant levels, and can soothe irritated skin.Continue reading
The sport entails a solo performer and yet, more often than not, there are a select few that stand behind a racer to help them reach the finish line. From pacing to filling water bottles, to cheering from the aid station, those people are what make putting one foot in front of the other a little bit easier.Continue reading