It’s Global Running Day, and yes, I’m in a rush to get out and run! There are a lot of running-related sales, so I’ll try to post a few throughout the day. Today’s Amazon Deal of the Day is Saucony. Up to 50% off running shoes and more – from $8 for Arm Warmers up to … Read More
Running can be so fortuitous- you never know who you’ll see or where you’ll find yourself, especially when you’re not in your usual locale. My friend Gina (who lives in Southern England) and I have always talked about running the London Marathon, but so far, have not been chosen in the ballot. This year, we … Read More
There is nothing like the thrill of running through Times Square and 42nd Street!!
People sometimes ridicule me for carrying my iPhone with me when I run, but here’s a new one to me: carrying a gun to go running, and not even in Central Park! According to this news report from NBC10.com, a woman in the Philadelphia vicinity is claiming that she lost her gun while jogging! Police are … Read More
I recently stayed at the W Fort Lauderdale Hotel and loved it (see, Hotel Review). The fitness center at the W was likewise amazing. It was spacious and filled with state of the art equipment. It was also clean, had plenty of light and mirrors, and the views were spectacular. Simply stated: it was conducive … Read More
I really feel like I’ve seen a city when I’m able to run there. It’s not necessary to compete in a marathon or a foot race, I need only lace up by sneakers and run. I like to take in the sights that way, even if I go slowly or for only a few miles … Read More
The new Performance Series SPIbelt holds gear – it stays in place and doesn’t bounce! And a Giveaway!!
Men have it easy. They wear running shorts and if they gotta pee, they just, well, you know, find the closest tree and do their business. Women’s running shorts can have almost similar ease (just pull the liner to the side … and go), but it’s not so easy for women who choose to wear running … Read More
I am so excited – I need to share this! 261 Fearless is an organization founded by Kathrine Switzer. She was the first woman to run the Boston Marathon, in 1967, when the race director tried to pull her off the course and take her bib number declaring that it was a men’s only race. … Read More
Designed and built by Cod Steaks, initiated by Artists Project Earth and funded by Arts Council England, The public art installation of the Bristol Whales represents the beauty and fragility of our oceans and the increasing human threats that they face (http://codsteaks.com/portfolio/public-art/the-bristol-whales)