How To Keep Your Running and Fitness Resolutions Going Strong

Hello Running Friends, It’s the third week of the new year…how are you doing on your ‘Get Fit’ goals?  Studies have shown this is about the time when new runners and gym goers start to waffle on their resolutions, habits and/or routines.  I understand, having gone through the same experience in the past.  I’d set out on Day 1 of a new year with routines that featured either too fuzzy, no real end-goal type of scenarios – ” I’ve got to get to the gym for more cross training this year” .  Or on the flip side, an extreme goal such as, ” I will completely eliminate all sugar and caffeine from my diet starting today.”   What do you think…were either of those ‘goals’ likely to happen?  As you might imagine, I failed with those resolutions along with many others over the years. Can you relate to that experience

Bulow Woods Trail Race Report

Inaugural Bulow Woods Trail Race 2014 It’s amazing what happens when you ‘Go Off Road’ for running (more about the Rum, later). Photo credit: Almost There Photography, courtesy of Runners High Racing  Deciding this would be my year to hit the trails and explore Florida wilderness has proved to be one of my best choices yet! And racing in the Bulow Woods Half Marathon this past weekend was the highlight of 2014. By my running attire, I bet you’d never guess it was a damp, cold 37 degrees in Ormond Beach on race day.

Echo Half Marathon Race Report

Hi There Running Friends! Slightly different post this time around – sharing my race report from the inaugural Echo Half Marathon this past Sunday and also insights about the event from Final Mile Race Management owner, Jennifer Florida. The Echo Half was my first race of 2014. That’s unusual for me since in the past, early spring has typically been a busy time for racing

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