Posted in October 2013

{Spartan Race Giveaway!}

{Spartan Race Giveaway!}

Happy Halloween! In the spirit of the holiday, I wanted to give something to one of my readers that is much better than a bag full of candy!  With that said, I am thrilled to have an entry to any upcoming Spartan Race to give away! If you aren’t familiar, Spartan Race is one of the largest, … Continue reading

{5K PR!}

{5K PR!}

I ran a 5k pr today! No, it wasn’t a race day. No I didn’t plan on it. It just happened! 2 miles in after hearing my pace I knew it was possible. And I did it! I can now officially say I’ve run a sub-25 minute 5K, and this makes me proud, excited, elated… … Continue reading

{Mommy Guilt}

{Mommy Guilt}

This past weekend was the first in a while that was not dedicated to racing.  I love races, it’s part of what drives me to continue training in the way that I do.  I love the atmosphere, the people, the competition, and the personal challenge.  But it’s also nice to have a break once in … Continue reading

{Romp In The Swamp: A Brief Review}

{Romp In The Swamp: A Brief Review}

Although I didn’t run Romp In The Swamp competitively this past weekend, I was pleasantly surprised when I was still able to challenge myself in ways I didn’t anticipate. Despite walking the majority of the 3.7 mile course with my husband and a couple of friends, many of the obstacles present at Romp In The … Continue reading

{Mud Endeavor}

{Mud Endeavor}

I love Mud Endeavor. But seriously. I really love Mud Endeavor. The elevation change. The obstacles. The challenge. The organization. The entertainment. All of it. I love it. So does that about cover it? Is my recap done? That was easy… 🙂 Okay okay, I’ll divulge. I recently ran my 3rd, but definitely not my … Continue reading

{Hardcore Mudd Run}

{Hardcore Mudd Run}

7:15am, Saturday morning, I arrived at the top of a mountain in the middle of rural Pennsylvania in anticipation of an unforgettable race. I took in the small group of shivering racers who had already arrived as they pinned on their bibs, and then glanced at the dash of truck we had ridden in for … Continue reading