Participating in a marathon relay allows runners to get a feel for what it could be like to run a marathon without having to physically run the 26.2 miles.
As a fitness enthusiast, I would try just about any kind of workout class. The problem is now that I am a mom, my schedule doesn’t always allow for me to hit the gym at any given time of the day. But I have found that attending a stroller fitness class is my favorite way … Continue reading Jersey Stroller Moms: The Fitness Group Every Mama Needs To Try
I run for donuts. And so did many others at this year's Main Street Donut Chase 5k and 1 Miler. Held on Sunday, March 24 in Wall, New Jersey, participants held their eyes on the prize—a really awesome medal and delicious donut at the finish line. The race was organized by the same people behind … Continue reading Main Street Donut Chase 5k Race Review: Who Wouldn’t Run For Donuts?
Just when you couldn’t get more excited that race day is approaching, the medals for the 2019 Novo Nordisk Marathon And Half Marathon were revealed last week and they are amazing. Seriously, they are even better than last years—and we didn’t think that would be possible. The race organizers teased earlier this month that would … Continue reading The New Jersey Marathon And Half Marathon Medals Are Even Better Than Last Years
In the market for a 5k in February? Those who love to race need to keep the Cupid’s Chase 5k on their radar. From the heart-shaped finisher’s medal to the festively fit way to celebrate Valentine’s Day, it’s easy to fall in love with this fun 5k. Organized by Community Options, Inc. this race is … Continue reading Cupid’s Chase 5k Race Review: Fall In Love With This Fun 5k
Aside from placing in a race, getting a PR is the ideal scenario for any runner who has a competitive bone in them. I managed to do both: place in a race for the first time ever, and set my new personal record. Then just a few days later I set yet another PR. As … Continue reading Two PRs In One Week: Race Recaps And Strategies For Placing At A 5k
We hit the ground running—quite literally—as runners. And as much as we do it for ourselves we often do it for others. We aspire to be a role for our children and families. We also run in honor of those who can’t. And as much as we sign up for races for our own agendas, … Continue reading Here’s What It’s Like To Run New Jersey’s Stomp The Monster 5k