Why Running Slow is Important It is easy to get into a routine of running the same fast pace all the time but running slow can be just as important as running fast. Running slow should not be neglected if you want to become a faster stronger runner. How do you know if you are … Read More »
*Disclaimer: I was sent samples to try from UNITE Foods, Tummy Drops and Treadbands. All opinions expressed here are my own. It’s been awhile since I posted a Friday Five. Today I have some fresh new things to share with you! UNITE Protein Bars UNITE Protein Bars are the newest protein bar to enter the … Read More »
The long run. I am slowly building up my mileage. I am hopefully running the Portland Marathon this fall in Portland, Oregon with my good friend Hope. That is if it does not get cancelled because of the Coronavirus. So, I am slowly but surely building up my mileage and extending my long runs. This … Read More »
How to get faster for the marathon-hill workouts.
Here are some podcasts that you might enjoy the next time that you go on a run!
Check out these three awesome speed workouts for marathoners. What are your favorite workouts?
Stuck at home due to Coronavirus? Here are some shows to stream while running on the treadmill.
A recap of my worst marathon the 2005 Marine Corps Marathon and the Runner’s Round-up
Looking for another running experience for while you are home during the Coronavirus stay at home order? Check out the Virtual Rise. Run. Retreat. This is an awesome Virtual Running Retreat experience put on by founder Sarah Canney. The virtual retreat experience takes place over a weekend. The next virtual retreat runs from April 24-26 … Read More »
As runners we all live for having GOALS to prepare for. However, with the Coronavirus and all of the stay at home and shelter in place orders happening most races for the spring and now the start of the summer at least have been cancelled or postponed. I know personally I do much better when … Read More »