Disclaimer: I was gifted a pair of the Brooks Glycerin 20 and also receive a discount on Brooks products as a member of the Run Happy Team. I’ve gotten to run in many different Brooks shoes as a member of the Brooks Run Happy Team, but my favorite has always remained the Adrenaline — the … More I found a new go-to shoe this summer: The Brooks Glycerin 20 (plus, the Brooks Run Club Tour)
As someone who doesn’t love running in the heat and humidity, I’m happy to wave goodbye to August. Here’s how the month went! Overall, it was a good month, and September is looking even better, as I’ve finally gotten a diagnosis for my coughing while running – irritable larynx syndrome. More on that later!
Brooks Running CEO Jim Weber released “Running with Purpose: How Brooks Outpaced Goliath Competitors to Lead the Pack” earlier this year, and as a big fan of Brooks and a member of the Run Happy Team, I was excited to learn more about the story behind my favorite running brand. I was sent a free … More Runner Reads: Jim Weber’s “Running with Purpose”
Runners had a couple options during the five-day Run Happy Fest, hosted by the Brooks Run Club. I decided to take on both challenges — a 5K and a cumulative 26.2 miles. … More I ran happy during the Brooks Run Club’s Run Happy Fest
The heat is my least favorite temperature for running (well, maybe aside from that one day at Algonquin, though I wouldn’t be able to run a sub-eight-hour 50K in the heat and humidity, either). However, I was able to make July my highest-mileage month of 2021 as I racked up miles for the virtual Race … More July running: Heat and my highest-mileage month of 2021
Disclaimer: I received an entry to eRACE Racism as part of being on the Brooks Run Happy Team. During the month of June, I was running for more than myself. I didn’t want to let my partner down in the Black Girls RUN! eRACE Racism challenge. For eRACE Racism, Powered by Brooks, Supporting Black Girls RUN!, … More My teammate and I completed a 200-mile run through history for Black Girls RUN!’s eRACE Racism virtual challenge
Well, in case you missed it, my January was certainly abnormal! I was hit by a car while out on a run Jan. 15, and after that, I took two weeks off to rest. I have now recovered (somehow?! I’m very grateful), with just a few small wounds remaining. I initially fully blamed myself, but … More Monthly wrap-up: My (2.5 weeks of) January running