Race week is supposed to be a relaxing time where you can run nice 'n easy, indulge in your carb addiction without remorse, and reflect on all of the hard training you've tackled over the past several months. You're also supposed to only wear white after Memorial Day, but we've all seen a Marin . . .
After dragging my feet for more than a month to publish my second blog post last Saturday, I challenged myself: publish blog #3 in less than a week! I’ve quickly learned that the hardest part of blogging is not the writing of the content, but rather finding the inspiration behind the content. As . . .
I L-O-V-E racing. There are the obvious reasons: the *HUGE* prize purses, the finish line groupies, and the boost to your Ultra Signup ranking. And the real reasons: opportunities to rehearse pre-race rituals, improve my already-perfect warm-up playlist, and gain racing . . .
Reporter 1: Sir, why are you running? Reporter 2: WHY ARE YOU RUNNING? Reporter 3: Are you doing this for world peace? Reporter 4: Are you doing this for the homeless? Reporter 3: Are you running for women’s rights? Reporter 1: Or for the environment? Reporter 2: Or for animals? Narrator: . . .