I hope your August is off to a great start! New month, new goals, right? It’s always a great time to reflect, evaluate, and reset if needed!
I can’t believe that March was the last time that I shared my monthly fitness goals – this is one of my favorite posts because it really gives me motivation at the start of a new month. So without further ado, I’m going to share my goals!
Welcome to August! It’s definitely one of the best months of the year, though I am certainly biased since it’s my birthday month! For the first time in too long, I’m joining Deborah and Coco for the Ultimate Coffee Date linkup! It’s a great opportunity to catch up on non-running, non-blogging things. Grab a cup and join me because I have SO much to share with you!
Disclaimer: I received a pair of Shady Rays Allure polarized sunglasses to review as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review, find, and write race reviews!
I hope that you’ve been enjoying your summer so far! The weather in the Philadelphia area has been absolutely relentless, and when we’re not inundated with rainstorms, we getting scorched by the sun!
When I opted in to test out the Shady Rays Allure line of polarized sunglasses, I had no idea how desperately I would need them this year. I’ve never been big on sunglasses since I wear prescription glasses, but protecting your eyes are a serious matter so I wanted to give it a shot! Keep reading to check out my full review!
The spring racing season has come to a close for many of us and it’s often a time of the year where it seems that running is much more low-pressure. While you may not be training for a race right now, it’s still important to keep a good mileage base and supplement your fitness with cross-training!
Being a runner, it’s can be so easy to neglect cross-training, but you have to resist the temptation! To provide some inspiration, I thought it was the perfect opportunity to create a Running 101 post on the benefits of cross- training! Here are a few other Running 101 topics that I’ve covered in the past: