Top 5 Shower Beers

It’s no secret that runners like beer. From trying to drink it during a run or looking for some beer specials after a 5K, we don’t hide the fact that we like to reward ourselves after a strong run. Now, when you’re short on time but still want to indulge a bit, the shower beer is the perfect solution. Multitasking is the way to go!

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Finally Boxing

I’ve been talking about giving a boxing class a try for years, not only for the exercise, but also for the empowering aspect of it. Every time it came up, though, I would chicken out and find a way to not go, whether it was scheduling conflicts or the price of the class. Last Friday, a friend asked if I’d like to join her at Title Boxing; the first class at Title is free to try out. How could I say no?! Continue reading Finally Boxing

Walking Around the Neighborhood in September

With a big life change that recently adjusted my schedule, I’ve had some extra time during the day. So, I’ve extended my workouts to include some walking. Continue reading Walking Around the Neighborhood in September

5th Annual Labor of Love Run 4 Our Lady of The Wayside

Sunday, September 17, 2017
8:30am, 68°F, Rocky River High School

This was our second year running this race. It’s a nice change from the usual 5K — you don’t often see 4 mile races and the start is on a high school track. Not to mention, the cause is a great one and the energy is always very positive. Continue reading 5th Annual Labor of Love Run 4 Our Lady of The Wayside

5 Thoughts You Have When You Can’t Run

I recently had to take some time off from running (this one was by choice, not due to an injury) and my mind went all sorts of places during my 10 days off. There were some serious bouts with concern, dread, worry, and just feeling down on myself, but I found some ways to make light of the situation. Here are some thoughts we’ve probably all had when we haven’t been running as much as usual; the silly ones, not the bummers. Continue reading 5 Thoughts You Have When You Can’t Run