5k chase: Does a zombie run result in more injuries?

Typically, road (or trail) (or obstacle) races are somewhat "easy" going. You can run as leisurely or as intensely as you'd like. You can set your own pace, pop in some tunes, join up with friends, and cruise along an enjoyable route. It's fun to most; addicting to many. Not this one. This one is different. This particular race is a 5k obstacle. We've all seen those. Many have completed Read the entire post [...]

Running for retail: Running stores with great Presidents’ Day sales in Atlanta

It's Presidents' Day weekend! And that can only mean one thing: a day off (for most) and great sales! Take advantage of both of those and get out and grab some new apparel, accessories, or even some new shoes! Why not RUN to some sales at running stores in Georgia on your day off? Here's a collection of six great sales in the Metro Atlanta area (most through end of Monday) to help you get a jump Read the entire post [...]

Baby we were born to run: Couples who run together last longer

Valentine's Day is here. Wasn't it just Christmas? Yikes. Who's already run/successfully trained for their first long run, half, or marathon this year? Overachievers. Ok, ok. Put your hands down. I've got another question. Have you ever thought about making your life partner your running partner as well? I must confess something that many people may not be able to: I love running with my boo. Read the entire post [...]

Use Forrest Gump as running inspiration

"And I was RUN-NING!" How cliche is that? Starting a blog post with a Forrest Gump quote? What have I been reduced to? Forrest Gump had a lot of great qualities. He was fun-loving, smart, affectionate, motivated, and, best of all, a runner. I think runners have to be inspired by other people who like running. Fictional character or not, we can all draw inspiration from Forrest, who seemed to Read the entire post [...]