J&A Racing Ambassador, Steph Rice, is currently training for the Yuengling Shamrock Marathon. We asked her to take a few minutes to describe her training. Who can relate? What has your training looked like?
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As you head into your last long training run, our owner and race director Jerry Frostick has a few tips for you. It is important to not only be physically ready for race day but also mentally ready.
We asked our ambassador, Stephanie Quiney, to tell us about her experience as a coach for her school’s Operation Smile Shamrock Final Mile. She may be gushing about her student runners, but everything she says is about every runner. No matter the age, running has a way of connecting us all!
There is something we all have in common: we all love running! But we all found our love of running in different ways. When did you fall in love with running?
People often ask Jerry and I how the Starting Strides program began. The idea came to me the same place where most of my ideas come from: on a running. For those of you who don’t know, Starting Strides is a program through that J&A Racing Foundation that makes running accessible to students who have barriers that prevent them from participating in the Operation Smile Shamrock Final Mile.
Looking for your next race? How about some motivation? View our community events for some inspiration.
At J&A Racing we think our races are the best. To prove we aren’t biased, we asked one of our runners to recap her experience on race day. Meet Melody — she ran her best race at the Chartway Norfolk Harbor Half Marathon by helping a friend achieve her goals.
Many runners avoid yoga because they don’t think they have the flexibility or balance to try it. But how can you improve those areas if you don’t try?
Ever feel like the weeks after the New Year are a bit hazy? A combination of a few extra carbs, lots of celebrations, and (maybe) a few too many festive cocktails can make the weeks following the holidays feel like a fog you need to lift yourself out of. Add in the reentry to work, and I need a nap just thinking about it!
The decorations are tucked away, the leftovers have been eaten, and the hustle and bustle of the holiday season is over. The New Year is in full swing, and for many people that means making New Year’s resolutions related to health. We came up with 5 tips to help you along the way.