We’ve gotta chuckle at ourselves every once in a while, and it doesn’t hurt to remind ourselves of the things we appreciate. For runners, those two usually go together like… well, the list below probably says it best.
Zach and Andi come from totally different camps when it comes to the love and usage of data. In this episode, we discuss the positives and negatives of data saturation and how we can healthily utilize the feedback we are getting.
Tf you’ve landed here looking for advice on winter running, you’ve found your blog and your people. Yes, we are a special kind of crazy. Let’s bond over some snot-cicles, frozen lashes, and crystal beards (though neither of us have ever had a real beard…).
Your limitations don’t always mean a cap on your goals, but rather an honest evaluation of how many miles you should run, what pace you should aim to hit during workouts and races, and how much time you need to prepare your body (routines) beforehand.
What a day! If you ran the 2019 Bank of American Chicago Marathon, congrats! (And if you spectated, thanks!) We would love to read about your experience in the comments. This article will include an overall report on the Chicago Marathon, a brief recap on our marathon prep and race experience, and a little about […]
One thing every runner understands is struggle. Having just (both of us) completed the Chicago Marathon, we decided to dive deep into the topic of struggle and our experiences surrounding embracing the struggle and overcoming the struggle. The World of Running As always, before discussing our main topic, we shared some of the most recent […]