The Kansas City Marathon weekend was moved to a virtual event and changed over to the #MillionMileChallenge — check out my experience and be sure to log your miles before December 15th! #kcmaraBR #bibchat
Just because the Kansas City Marathon weekend of events is cancelled doesn’t mean your training goes to waste! Keep up your miles and contribute to the Million Miles Challenge!
This year has been full of twists and turns in all of our lives living through a pandemic — but I have also had some personal battles. Not only have these battles influenced my motivation to stay active, but living through a pandemic has modified my fall race plans as well.
With this being my 4th KCM event and 3rd as a BibRave Pro, I mildly knew how the overall event would go. As my first postpartum event, I wasn’t sure how the day would play out. Check out my experience!
It’s race week! This will be my 4th year running the Kansas City Marathon events — 3rd time running the half marathon. Here are a few reasons I enjoy this race year after year!
With all the weather in the area (AKA rain rain go away…), I was sure glad for the miles I was able to get in! This Endure Strong training plan is no joke — the “workout” days are a real WORKOUT. I am loving all the easy days though too…
Delayed post…my bad. I noticed it in my drafts folder — so this is going to be a multi-post kind of week! Another week of training with the Endure Strong team – check it out!
Disclaimer: I received free entry to Hospital Hill races and also received an Endure Strong training program as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review find and write race reviews! This week wasn’t the easiest…with crazy weather and rain the first part… Continue reading spring training | Endure Strong w3
Spring has finally sprung, and this week is proof! We had some amazing temps, some rainy days, and lots of sunshine! I am so excited to get back outside on a more regular basis! #bibchat
This week started with a reality check — which then fed into a decent week of walking and running miles! I have some running plans for this spring and then in the fall…but we’ll see what all gets accomplished.