If you’re like me and miss racing, you might opt to run a virtual race. Unlike in-person races, you can choose the time, location, and course of your own virtual race. Do you want 0 feet of elevation change? You can. Do you want 100000 feet of elevation change? You can.
A departure from the typical Wednesday sports product reviews, but with the pandemic, one thing I’ve been doing is handwritten notes to friends and family. Since we can’t see and hang out with friends right now, I use handwritten notes as a way to stay connected outside of social media.
How has it been eight weeks? As I probably continue to say…time is going both slow and fast. I’m slowly adding mileage. Once I’m “in the clear” of an injury (which will probably be about 6 more weeks), I’ll stop blogging about training. I’ve moved to Strava because it’s just easier.
Holy smokes, when we moved to New Jersey in 2013, I had no idea a diner quest was in my future. I had been to a few diners like a normal person, but I certainly didn’t go out of my way to go to diners…but now here I am 300 New Jersey Diners later. I’ve been to diners about 100 diners in other states as well.
The Saloman Sonic 3 Balance is the first Saloman shoe I’ve ever tried. I knew Saloman made great trail shoes, but until now, I hadn’t tried any Saloman running shoe. The Saloman Sonic 3 Balance came out in February of 2020, so I decided to give it a whirl. It’s a relatively light but energetic trainer.