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Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Halfway thru April #RunEveryDay

Now that I'm nearly halfway through the #RunEveryDay challenge, I wanted to take a look back over  the last two weeks of running. I have been fortunate enough to remain healthy during these last 2 weeks and happy to say that I've managed at least a mile each day this month.

On the upside...

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

#RunEveryDay...sure, no problem! Right?!/events/623352271073659/632252943516925/?notif_t=plan_mall_activity

Seems like a straightforward challenge, right? 
SIMPLY, run 1 mile a day. Just 1. For the whole month of April. 

After all, there's only 30 days in April (not 31)...

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

April 1: A new start to Run Every Day

We all need motivation to keep up our running intensity and focus during the long winter months.

I came across this great challenge that I wanted to share with you. What better way to get over your winter blues than to get you outside and running every day! 

It only requires that you run 1 mile a day. 
I think that is well within our reach. 

So what are you waiting for?
Go for a run!!

Friday, March 28, 2014

"Not as advertised..."

Although it is now spring there is still a lot of winter weather and cold. With that comes cooler temperatures and now lots of rain... Spring rain.

Over the last few weeks, it would not be uncommon to be hit during our morning run with winds of 20 mph or even freezing rain. So then what do you do for your morning workout when the weather is "not as advertised" -- or for the morning of that race you've been planning for weeks?

Saturday, March 22, 2014

Has technology changed Running?

Last weekend I woke up with the idea to find a race to celebrate St Patrick's Day. So, my wife and I went online and browsed through the local area races. And within less than 15 minutes we were registered and making plans for the weekend race.

 Growing up, the process to find a race would involve some word of mouth, asking our coach or head to the local shoe store to pick up race flyers. And that's as long as you had a few weeks to plan it and schedule it.