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.
During the Most “RUNderful” Time of the Year, use these tips from our Race Director to incorporate training into your holiday celebrations.
Are you sitting on the sidelines this race seasons thanks to a running injury? Our race director Amy Frostick was there with you. Now on the other side, she has some insight to share.
Still undecided about your costume for the Wicked 10K? Ambassador, Molly Gray, shares all her tips for created the perfect Halloween costume.
As you prep for your next race, one piece of the puzzle that tends to be overlooked is water stop etiquette. When you’re racing in larger events, the water stations can be overwhelming. Staff member, Ryan Conrad, breaks down his water stop tips.
If you are like me, then you are always wishing there was a way to add time to your day. Check on this quick 20 minute works that are easy to fit into your day.
Race Etiquette…from a self-proclaimed Amateur. Who else agrees these are the most annoying habits on the race course?
Ambassador, Katy Gaston, recaps here training before she takes on The Neighborhood Harvest Crawlin’ Crab Half Marathon next weekend. Will you be joining her on race day?
Ambassador, Chris Free, shares his lifehack on how to gain entry into the Boston Marathon.