Regaining my Love for Running with a Virtual Challenge
Running, Running Reads

Regaining my Love for Running with a Virtual Challenge

I’ve been running for nearly a decade now. Like anyone, each year has been different and posed different challenges.

Some years I run fast…in 2016 I set most of my PRs. In 2018, I ran a PR in the half and full marathons. But also some years I’m injured (a good portion of 2014). Some years I’m meh (2019 and a good portion of 2020).

Regaining my Love for Running with a Virtual Challenge

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The Never Miss a Workout Mentality is Dumb
Running, Running Reads

The Never Miss a Workout Mentality is Dumb

Last week I saw an image that said: “the no-excuses culture is toxic.”  I 100% agree.

Rarely does a single image or phrase inspire me to write an entire blog post, but this is something I have always felt strongly about.

The no-excuses phrase falls into a category that I see often and maybe daily. The “fitness motivation” category with phrases like no excuses, never miss a workout, the only bad workout is the one you didn’t do.

It’s ok to miss a workout…or ten.

Life goes on. 

The Never Miss a Workout Mentality is Dumb

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Saucony Endorphin Shift Review
Gear Review, Running

Saucony Endorphin Shift Review

The next shoe up from the Saucony Endorphin Collection is the Saucony Endorphin Shift. Of the three models in the Saucony Endorphin collection, the Saucony Endorphin is made for training. It’s most similar to an already staple shoe from Saucony: The Ride 13. 

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Running, Training

July Training Recap: A Month in Many States

July of 2020 might have been the most states I’ve ever run in in one month. It was a busy life month as I moved from New Jersey to California.

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