We all have that special someone in our lives who isn’t afraid to talk bowels with you. Those people are not only your real friends, but they’re most likely dedicated runners, too. Friends that run with us are rare and special snowflakes. No one else will understand your need to wake up at the crack
Back in July of 2014, I was working as an editor for a startup called Blood, Sweat and Cheers — a daily email newsletter focusing on fun, active and social things to do. It was my dream job out of college, and had it been profitable, would still be my dream job today. Our audience
There are few things I like to talk about more than running. And while there are a variety of running-related podcasts and web-isodes that exist, there was nothing available that I felt combined news and updates surrounding the sport with the social aspect of the running community that I love so much. That’s why my friend Erin
Like many runners, my favorite way to explore a new city, town, or area is by running through and/or around it. Not only do I feel like I’m able to experience more sights, scenes, trails and roads than I would be able to view from a car window, but I also feel more in tune
I still haven’t posted about Ironman Maryland, and that’s not because I don’t have a lot of thoughts about it. I have so many thoughts and feelings about October 1, 2016, that it has been hard for me to put them into words. But you can rest assured knowing that you will have something to read
Over the past week, I’ve seen a bunch of interesting articles and blog post I’ve wanted to share. Here are the most interesting ones I’ve wanted to share with you all. 1. Gwen Jorgensen’s NYC Marathon recap
Over Labor Day Weekend, you may have seen me post about the Lake George Triathlon Festival on Instagram. Throughout the festival, Adirondack Race Management hosts a variety of various-distanced races (from the Olympic-distance bike and swim, to the all out half ironman event) in Lake George, New York. Last year, I competed in the event’s
Even though I had accomplished my goal, my redemption race left me feeling more alone than ever.