I am going to start by saying I am in no way an expert on Spartan Races. I have currently only run one Spartan Super. I will say that I did a lot of research going into it, and I was really satisfied with the gear I used. This race was just the funnest race … Continue reading What Gear Should You Use for Your First Spartan Super
By Josey Danielle and I finished up week 14. Once again we hit another mile marker! 15 miles are under our running belts... (actually it isn't under my running belt, because I don't have one) We did uh-may-zing. I, unfortunately, am running (no pun intended) into a problem that is quite common to the running … Continue reading Week 14 Completed with Less Toe Nails Than Before
This post is a little delayed… I need to work on my posting regularity. We are recapping week 13… which included a 14 mile run. <biting nails> So how did it go? Surprisingly well. I was unsure of if I should do the 14 mile distance since I had not completed a 13 mile run, … Continue reading It’s Already Been 13 Weeks?! by Josey
Week 9- That's right, a good ole country boy dollar store manager in Live Oak, Fl. I made a quick stop there on my way to work to buy ibuprofin for the aches and pains of running. I was in line behind one customer, which I may add looked a little cooky, like maybe he … Continue reading “Dude, What is Your Problem? Get It Together!” A mantra I learned from a dollar store manager to get me through my runs. By Danielle
by Danielle I'm finishing up week 6 of my marathon training and today was my 9 miler, which for me is like a death sentence. But I've been working on positive thinking and mental toughness so pardon me for my negativity😬. So I was a good little marathon training girl and laid out my clothes … Continue reading Saturday Morning 9 mile run, and what NOT to do
Hi everyone it’s Josey here! And no. It’s not summer yet. But oh my, the heat is on. Florida offers no relief from this hot, sticky, fry eggs on the hood of your car weather. I usually take my runs in the evening. The evening times offer temperatures in the mid to high 80’s as … Continue reading Heat Strokes and Melt Downs – Summer Heat is Here Again!
So, I have only run one color run. BUT I did a LOT of research before I did the race… So I have compiled a few tips that you may find useful if you so choose to participate in a color run. READY. SET. COLOR RUN! 1) Wear White! Choose the right clothing, the running … Continue reading Tips for Your First Color Run