Monthly Archives: March 2016

2Toms Review

Chaffing is never pleasant, and something we all want to avoid.  I have tried a variety of products designed to prevent chaffing, and most fall short of the mark.  I was given the opportunity to try out a different option, and I … Continue reading

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So You Want to Run Trails?

Trail running is my absolute favorite past time.  When I run on the street, I ache and complain and check my watch over and over to see how much longer I have left.  On the trails, it’s completely different.  I … Continue reading

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2XU Vectr Socks and Performance Sleeve Review

Thankfully, I had the 2XU Vectr Socks and Performance Sleeves this past weekend while running Monument Valley!  They honestly saved my legs! “Disclaimer: I received a pair of 2XU Vectr Socks and Performance Sleeves to review  as part of being a BibRave Pro. … Continue reading

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Buff Merino Wool Review

First of all, I have to say that I am head over feet in love with Buffs!  I have several buffs, but the Merino Wool Buff is my all time favorite! Disclaimer: I received a Buff USA Merino Wool to review … Continue reading

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Changing Routines

So, I have found myself on a new path that requires a lot of changes.  I am training for my first ultramarathon, which requires hours of additional training and cross-training.  I am eating a plant-based whole food diet, which is … Continue reading

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Eating to Run, Eating to Live

Never in my life did I ever think I would be at this point.  I am about to start some heavy training as I get ready for my first 50 mile race.  I am in the best shape of my … Continue reading

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How far is too far?

Running is a sport full of extremes.  Some people are capable of managing these extremes, so that they remain manageable.  Others, keep pushing the limits to see how far one can really go. When I cross a finish line, I … Continue reading

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