“I always like to look on the optimistic side of life, but I am realistic enough to know that life is a complex matter.” — Walt Disney. Not a politic post, I promise. This
In partnership with Oakley, I was lucky enough to try out a pair of the Radar Pace Sunglasses over the weekend! I felt like such a bad-ass wearing them too. Since I just moved
Dick’s Sporting Goods Pittsburgh Marathon. I came. I ran. I failed. I know I know. I crossed the finish line. Huge accomplishment. Should be proud. Usually yes. This time? Just crossing the finish line
Before I get into why I joined a run club, let me restate that Jess is still my coach. She will always be my coach. Until she retires and moves far far away. Forever!
Recently I came across a safety first fitness app. It was formerly called RunSafe but this week relaunched with a new name, RunRaegis. The RunRaegis app is a new app, with advanced safety features.
Haruki Murakami’s “What I Talk About When I Talk About Running” is a favorite of so many runners. I think about this book a lot. I think about the passage that describes why people
“The key to success is to focus our conscious mind on the things we desire, not things we fear – Brian Tracy”. I shall not fear going all out any longer. I shall not
I finally found a pair of sneakers I can both run in and workout in. They’re that good! Designed with human intelligence in mind and the drive for making the best long-distance runners shoe,
Recently it’s a question or comment that has come up more and more. “Wait, you ran an ultramarathon this year? That’s amazing. Tell me more! It’s been on my mind to do at some
I stared at a blank screen for weeks trying to find the right words. I guess the best way to describe running the TCS New York City Marathon is to close your eyes, pretend