Each year, on the first Saturday in November, thousands of runners, walkers, wheelchair athletes, and spectators take to the streets of Indianapolis for the Indianapolis Monumental Marathon and Half Marathon.
Whether you’re looking for an excuse to dress up a little early for Halloween or just looking for a longer fall race I would suggest checking out the Great Pumpkin 10k.
At 4 miles I thought, “Now would be a good time to turn around.” But I didn’t. Instead I pushed through 5.5 miles and then it happened…
The Brew Ha Ha Halloween 5k is well organized and, other than some growing pains from more than doubling their entries, very well pulled off.
The August/September Runner Box snuck up on me and I’m looking forward to sharing all the goodies that were inside with you guys!
So my long overdue empties review of the June Runner Crate is FINALLY done! Sorry it took so long! I reviewed all of the food items that were in box; some I liked, some I didn’t… check out the video!
Running during the day is always the safer choice but sometimes it’s just not possible. As the days get shorter and the leaves start to fall many runners, myself included, take to the streets before sunrise at or after sunset to get in their miles.
Have you ever been out for a run and had someone drive by an yell at you from their car window? I have.
I’ve had many people ask me what a typical workouts look like when I’m training for a race so I thought it would be fun to give you a look at a typical week in my training season.
Yesterday as I was scrolling through my FaceBook feed when I came across a trailer from the UK broadcasters of the 2016 Rio Paralympic Games and I was reminded that we never have any excuse not to try to be the best versions of ourselves. If you believe you can, you will.