Friday was pretty low key! I made some home made pizza for Chris and myself, complete with some cheese from the Cheese Traveler.
It was DELICIOUS and one of the best pizzas I’ve made so far! The only thing I wasn’t a fan of was the fake sausage–the lightlife brand. It didn’t even taste like sausage–just . . . → Read More: Weekend Happenings
Happy New Year! I hope everyone had a fun and safe start to 2013. Monday night Chris and I hosted a small get together of a few of our friends, so ringing in the new year was pretty awesome.
We had a blast!
I wasn’t sure how I’d be feeling the next morning, but I woke up pretty . . . → Read More: First Race of 2013 – Bill Hogan 3.5 Miler
Wednesday night after work I braved the cold air and darkness to go on a run. Running has been hard for me lately. I’ve been struggling with motivation to run since I’m loathing the treadmill and dreading running in the dark (more so for my safety…) and the cold temperatures.
Wearing our reflective gear during Ragnar Relay . . . → Read More: Running at Night Safely
Zensah Compression Sleeves
At first I didn’t see the point in compression socks or sleeves. But some marathoners swear by them, so I figured I’d get a pair since I’ll be running high mile runs and want my legs to recover as fast as possible. These are so comfortable. My legs feel great when I wear them . . . → Read More: What I’m Loving Right Now: Marathon Training Edition – Part II
Tomorrow I’m running the Adirondack Ragnar Relay!
I have never ran a relay race before but apparently they are a blast. I have three legs.
Leg 1 – 3.2 miles (Saratoga Springs)
Leg 2 -5.7 miles (Lake George)
Leg 3 – 7.9 miles (Keeseville)
Now what in the world does one pack for a race like this?? Here’s what I’m bringing.
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