Rivertown Races take place in April at Millennium Park outside Grand Rapids and include a 5k and half marathon. The race has all of the necessities: chip timing, medals, a shirt, aid stations, and, uh, people. I think I registered a little late and got in for $60, too, so not high for a half,…Continue reading Rivertown Races: Half Marathon Race Review
Workout Wednesday: I Love Adventure Racing
I’m totes head over heels for wacky races. Sure, I like a good road race as much as the next lady, but having been a road runner (not the meep meep kind) for several years now, I want something different. Biking across a peninsula? Sure. Finding flags in the woods? I’d love to. A challenge…Continue reading Workout Wednesday: I Love Adventure Racing
The Fitness Fan Who is Always Off the Wagon
I feel like I am always off the wagon. As I say out loud, “Dude, Wendy’s fries are so good,” it occurs to me that there are some times in my life when I stick to standards that at other times go completely out the window.
10 Things the 10k Distance Taught Me About Myself
Here’s another one from the archives that I started writing and forgot to finish. Woopsies! It’s too funny not to finish it and share it. Also, I have learned from the error of my ways and am not leaving posts half written. 😉
My Race Review: Reeds Lake Run 10k
Yay, another new race! Well, new to me. The Reeds Lake Run has been happening in East Grand Rapids for 38 years, so it is familiar to most runners around here, but I’ve never had the pleasure.