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Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Hitting the Trails


After running for over 100 days straight in mostly the same areas around home and work, you have to do something different to break out of the rut and keep the running interesting and motivating. For the first time in a long time, I decided to run after work - instead of before or even at lunch, as I've done over the last few weeks. Since it was pushing 90 degrees at 5:30pm, I thought it would be best to hit some trails, where I might get the benefit of some shade.

I've been to a nearby park in Kinnelon a few times and thought, what better way to warm up than to park at the HS across the street and then run to the trails in the park. "Yes, great idea". Until


Tuesday, May 27, 2014

What I learned from the #RunEveryDay challenge

I've posted a few times about my progress on this challenge. I've also posted almost daily now for over 50 days after each run. The #RunEveryDay challenge from Nike running was designed to be a 30 day challenge during the month of April.

What happened was something even bigger!



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?

https://www.facebook.com/#!/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!!