Being smart about your training means knowing when to take a real break and let your body recover. Nagging injuries that subside a tad with a week off, often flare back up because they are not fully healed. This can lead to running miles just to put miles in, but your gains are few and far between. Sure you have a mile goal for the … Continue reading Taking a Break Improves Your Training
Disclaimer: I received Shady Rays X Series Sunglasses to review as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review find and write race reviews! Sunglasses are a unique accessory. They have to fit your style, your face structure, and the application. Some people have several pair – one for driving, one for going out, ones to match outfits, ones … Continue reading Shady Rays X Series Sunglasses – Runner Tested, Kid Approved
Disclaimer: I received a Zwift Foot Pod to review as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review, find and write race reviews! You walk into a gym and they are lined up nice and neat. Depending what hour you go people are pounding away on them, or you may not have to wait to use one. At home, … Continue reading DYK: Your Treadmill Can Do This
How do you go into a race without planning to run for a PR? When it comes to training for a race don’t you just pick up the mileage every week, and try to lower your average pace? Why run if you know you’re not going to get your best time? The above are all common questions from non-runners, and those who are just starting … Continue reading Every Run has a Purpose
Just like that, five months are down. And, in 30 days, 2018 is halfway done. How are your goals holding up? It’s been a crazy, hectic, busy, first five months – on every front. Didn’t have a great showing at the Miami Marathon, but made up for that in the 305 Half Marathon. After a long training cycle and a nagging pain in my back, … Continue reading Who wants to go streaking?
Disclaimer: I received a free entry to the Miami Marathon as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review find and write race reviews!” The most frequent advice I give others about running is to not get into your head. Unfortunately, I had a battle with my head, my body, the weather, and everything else possible … Continue reading Fitbit Miami Marathon: Shut Up and Dance With Me
As a runners we’re always looking for new races and race codes. Continue reading Brand & Race Discount Codes
On Wednesday afternoon, I was feeling sluggish. I knew I was already signed up for speed training at the track, but my head wasn’t into it. Not after a marathon of morning meetings and three deadlines I had to hit. So I did what many people do: I went to social media. No, not to check the latest gossip or to see who posted what … Continue reading Does Your Community Do This?
Battling a severe case of writers block today, so figured a running commentary on a couple issues will help get the juices flowing. #Recount2016 Not sure about everyone else, but I’m over this Jill Stein led recount. It is careless and inappropriate use of tax dollars and the time of federal judges to be going on this witch-hunt. If The Donald would have won be … Continue reading Monday Musings – December 5
Today is one of my favorite days in the Major League Baseball calendar – trade deadline day. Some may argue the baseball season is too long, but it isn’t. Teams have battled to make it this far to see if they are buyers of sellers. While my team is having a lackluster year and are one of the many sellers, it is still a good … Continue reading Trade ’em or Keep ’em