Miles With Moms 5k Race Recap

As a mom, we are already always on-the-go. And now that my son is getting older, I am constantly chasing after him. But that doesn’t mean that I stopped chasing my own dreams as well—especially when it comes to running. I absolutely love my role as mama, but I also identify as a runner. Sometimes … Continue reading Miles With Moms 5k Race Recap

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Run the Hook 10k Race Recap

It can go unsaid that lately I’ve been hooked on running. After recently completing the NJ Half Marathon, I continue on my race streak which has helped me stick with running and stay dedicated to reaching my goals. The trick to fill the void runners often feel after completing major running goal like my half. … Continue reading Run the Hook 10k Race Recap

The Max Challenge of Old Bridge 5k Race Review

Another day, another 5k. A runner knows it’s springtime when just about every weekend there is a race taking place that we want to be part of. I decided to run this local 5k put together by the Max Challenge of Old Bridge gym for a few reasons. First and foremost, it was for a … Continue reading The Max Challenge of Old Bridge 5k Race Review

Sparta Rev It Up 10k Race Recap

This weekend was all about running, having not one, but two races planned. First up was the Rev up Up! 5k/10k located in Sparta, New Jersey. I adjusted my half marathon training plan accordingly so that I wouldn’t be missing my mileage by swapping out this week and the week before, which recommended running a … Continue reading Sparta Rev It Up 10k Race Recap

The Best Mother’s Day Races In New Jersey

Racing and having babies have one thing in common: once you do it, you know you can do anything. But completing races as a mom completely changes post-baby. As a mom, not only are you working on your health and fitness for yourself, but you are to be the best version of yourself for your … Continue reading The Best Mother’s Day Races In New Jersey

How A Virtual Race Can Help Your Training

Virtual races are like the ugly step-sister in running. Some runners don’t acknowledge them as even races to be praised for. Others are all about giving them a chance, and enjoy them just as much as any other race. But love them or hate them, virtual races can benefit training for “real” events in major … Continue reading How A Virtual Race Can Help Your Training

California Chrome Not Crowded Triple Crown: Belmont Stakes 2014

All bets were on Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner, but the horse could not run towards history. California Chrome, the crowd favorite horse, came short on Saturday’s 146th Belmont Stakes, tying for fourth after trying to become the first horse to win the Triple Crown since the horse Affirmed in 1978. NBC’s Bob Costas spoke … Continue reading California Chrome Not Crowded Triple Crown: Belmont Stakes 2014