October 27 is the Aaptiv 5K Your Way virtual race. Now typically, I’m not a fan of “virtual races” because I feel like it’s mostly somebody just buying a medal. But I do kind of like the origins of these and where they started; when there was a sense of community from a lot of people
My May StrideBox arrived recently, just thought I’d share a little about what came in the box (and give one box away!) This month the box included: Skratch matcha green tea & lemon chews Honey Stinger cracker ‘n’ nut butter snack bar (coated in chocolate, it was all melted!) Blue Rub anti-chafe stick Ultima Replenisher
I was sent a stainless steel water bottle from Liquid Nation Hydration recently to review (and one to give away… keep reading!) on the site. Stainless steel water bottles seem to be everywhere these days, right? I think the panic over BPA has had a lot of people rethinking their water bottles and looking for
Sponsored Post It doesn’t matter how much you love to run… it seems like it’s so easy to make an excuse about why you shouldn’t go for a run. Some excuses are legitimate (sick, family obligations, etc.), some are just crap. For example… yesterday at the conclusion of all the sessions for the conference I’m
I haven’t been wearing an activity tracker regularly at all in 2016. I love playing with wearable tech, but I’ve been disenchanted with many of them of late and while I have played with other devices, none have stuck. And you know what? I don’t really care if I’m missing out on my step counts.
The Spartan Race series is an obstacle course event with 3 main types of competitions: Sprint courses are 3ish miles with 20ish obstacles, Super courses are 8ish miles with 24ish obstacles and Beat courses are 12ish miles with 30ish obstacles. They get pretty intense… it takes a whole different level of fitness than running in