Why does one even run? Why would anyone want to go outside and run in scorching heat or blistering cold? I would say because we love to suffer. Along with pushing the boundaries of ones body, running is and isn't a individual sport. There are many reasons why a person runs. Some do it to … Continue reading Global Running Day
May has come and is nearly gone. Here in central Texas that means heat and lots of it. High temps with some humidity to go along with it. We can bear the heat but we cannot beat the humidity. During this time of year I tend to sweat 🏃🏿 💦 a lot. Many times have … Continue reading Temps are rising
Much like the Eugene Marathon in Oregon I've had a desire to run BCS for quite some time. I've had these two races on my radar for about four years now. On the second weekend in December I can say I got to experience Bryan-College Station Marathon. I did not get to run the race … Continue reading 2017 BCS Spectator Race Review
So much has happened to both Blanca and myself this year. If I’m being honest this has been the toughest year in many aspects of our lives. Coming off a tough marathon race this year it was time to cheer on my wife Blanca. Blanca herself had a tough marathon training season yet she was … Continue reading The year is nearing the end.
Saturday was finally here. Carrabba's relay race was scheduled to begin at 7:30 am. I prepared the night before... We made sure to get there on time. Not long after our team came together. Our goal was 3rd or better. I was running the anchor while Blanca was running the third leg. We had a … Continue reading Race,run and run some more.
We had an early start to Saturday morning. Our drive to the Fit Pass Dash 5k was not long but parking was limited. We arrived just in time to grab a spot. We made our way to meet with friends. After a couple of speakers the race began. About 85% of the race was trail … Continue reading June. Race recap and more.
A couple years back I was sitting at the Rock n Roll expo. If I remember correctly both Blanca and I were listening to Josh Cox. (American Record 50K) The floor was open for questions. After having answered a few, a spectator asked,"what is one useful tip?" His answer was simple yet impactful. From that … Continue reading Simple yet impactful. Tip #1