April 24, 2016 Rockville, MD 6th Age Group 45:43 This past weekend, the boyfriend and I ran in a local 10K. It was a point to point with a net downhill. The race was designed to make it very easy for the runners to get to the start line and return to it as the … More Pikes Peek 10K
Have you purchased your RAD All In One Kit yet? Well if you haven’t you should. RAD has changed my myofascial life for the better. The products developed are unlike anything you have experienced, unless you typically put a lacrosse ball on your back. My favorite product by far is the RAD Roller which is … More Living the RAD Life with the All In One Kit
While running in a half marathon last march, I passed one of the entertainment locations that were all along the course. Now, usually I don’t let these musicians or dancers get the best of me, but in this case, I almost stopped. They were a group of drummers and steppers going hog wild, and I … More Sometimes the Best Parts of a Race, Is the Race Itself.
Hagerstown, MD 1.9 mile run, 10 mile bike, 5K run Overall- 3rd Finish Time: 1:07:32 This past weekend I decided to run the Hagerstown Duathlon after being sick for a week and a half. I signed up at the last minute and I am glad I did. I was mainly looking to see how I … More Hagerstown Sprint Duathlon
If there is one thing I want to do, it is to qualify for Boston. I I have been after this goal for many years now and am always looking to run the marathons where it is easiest to qualify. With Boston right around the corner, this post seemed perfect for the blog. So here … More Top Races To Qualify For Boston
Ann Arbor Marathon 13.1 miles Ann Arbor, MI April 3rd, 2016 Well this was certainly a cold race, but it is Michigan after-all! The course was rolling with a combination of trails, running through downtown Ann Arbor, and the University of Michigan campus. The race was run rather well and stocked with aid stations given … More Ann Arbor Half Marathon