I’m not sure if you know this or not but winter is here. It’s dark when I wake up for work, and when I’m on my commute home. Recently, #runchat had a conversation on what we bring on runs to keep us safe. This had me thinking that I’m really not that safe or prepared when I go out and face the cold, dark, windy weather. I’m going to try to bring these on my runs more often:
This week, I’m linking up with runner/bloggers this week to give some fun race nominations! This year was a very memorable year in the running world. I’ve had ups and downs with training and race days. Looking back, it’s fun to see how many races I ran and how far I’ve come.
It’s that time, again. A new year, new goals, and Spring race training! Once you map out your race goals for the New Year, the next step is to schedule and register for races. I must admit – I go a little overboard on race registrations because I want to run ALL THE RACES. But, after 4 years I have learned a few tricks on scheduling your race season.
I am giving away a “More Miles” T-shirt this weekend! Don’t forget to use M2GSALE for 15% off other shirts – including the preorder!
Join the conversation at #moremiles in your running pictures this weekend – I want to see you logging miles!a Rafflecopter giveaway
What are your favorite running shirt sayings?
The male record for the marathon is 2:02:57. The female word record is 2:15:25. The average marathon time for men is 4:32:08 and 5:05:08 for women. There are obvious and well-known gaps between men and women in all sports. Being a male or female has it’s advantages and disadvantages in running. Women aren’t caught up to men, and probably will never be due to our body differences. Running a marathon, we have different experiences with endurance and recovery. Here are some facts that explain why we are good at different things:
Are you still looking for a holiday gift for the runner in your life? I’m giving you my top 5 favorite gifts I’ve ever received!
I’ve had many new and exciting challenges come into my life this past month. Plus, the holidays just make it more exciting! I apologize I’ve been blogging less (you guys are probably thanking me after November ) But, I have some great, new challenges to blab about.
Yes, I am talking about my virtual 5k! I have been raising awareness for this race like crazy. Today is the last day to register! Race day is tomorrow – anytime you want to run. We are over $1,500 with more than 50 participants around the country. It’s absolutely amazing. Never doubt what you can do to make a difference.
Winter is here! If you’re like me, it’s such a downer not being able to run outside. I love getting my fresh air, sun, and run in at the same time. But, it’s cold and rainy. Sometimes snowy. We are resorted to the dreadmill (oops – treadmill). Here are some tricks to (somewhat) enjoy running on the treadmill – long or short:
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I will be donating 10% of orders to Together We Rise! They are a charity organization that support foster care children around the country. They are an amazing organization and have some awesome ways to help out on your own – like decorating a suitcase. Check them out and order your shirts today!
Thank you for your support!
More miles, less problems.