Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. Thanks for supporting the site! My sister-in-law reached out to me over the holidays and wanted to know if I had any book recommendations for a teen girl who is into running. I thought it was a great question, and I had fun revisiting books I’d read and thought
I was sent a Zephyr Fire 100 from Nathan Sports to try out because last month was National Running Safety Month. But December… that’s where the real danger comes in! The days are shorter and we have less daylight for running! Okay, the increased danger factor isn’t a real statistic, but it’s definitely dark out there!
Bungee shoe laces… if you’re at all a gear geek you’ve probably seen them around. You may even think “Another brand for the same ol’ product.” Honestly, I did. But something about the passion and excitement that Kirby, one of the founders, conveyed through his messages to me made me think there’s more to this
So…. the Boston Marathon was kind of my big THING this year. And as with anything you do in life, people always want to know what’s coming up next. Get married, people want to know when you’ll have a kid Have a kid, people want to know when you’ll have another Run a big race,
Long distance running… it can be high intensity, but not the same type of intensity as a sprint. It can be high intensity, but not the same as lifting weights. It can be high intensity, but not the same as mobility drills. High Intensity Interval Training (H.I.I.T.) has been gaining ground and popularity for the past
Putting a little music to your run can go a long way to improving your performance. If I know I’m feeling a little down, the right music on my run (or during work! or during a drive! or just while hanging out!) can turn my mood around. And sometimes, if I’m going out for a