Monthly Archives: January 2012

Studies Show Correlation Between Cancer and Physical Fitness

Today, I’m pleased to welcome my first guest blogger! David Haas of the Mesothelioma Cancer Alliance has been kind enough to share his knowledge about the correlation between cancer and fitness. I feel information about cancer treatments and prevention are … Continue reading

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Celebration of the Lakes 5k and an Anniversary!

My second race for 2012 was the Celebration of the Lakes 5k on Saturday, January 28th. This race was important to me because it was the one year anniversary of my first race! I was hoping it would be the … Continue reading

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A Sweet Surprise

In preparation for my workout on Tuesday night, I had stacked my folded shorts, tank top and sports bra on the dresser. Nate was at a friend’s house and I had just come home from a class. As I pulled … Continue reading

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Running Safely

Today, SkinnyRunner featured a post by guest who wrote about running safety. I think it was much needed and you can find the post here. Below is the comment I left on that particular post. I highly recommend reading the … Continue reading

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Camelbak Groove .6L Bottle – Review

I received this bottle as a birthday gift back in April and just now got around to using it. Sad, I know, and I don’t even have a good excuse. Once I finally took the time to wash the bottle … Continue reading

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Brain Dump

    I am currently reading PUSH by Chalene Johnson, creator of Turbo Fire, Turbo Jam and ChaLean Extreme workout programs. Her book is a 30 day program to help readers achieve goals related to both fitness and life in … Continue reading

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Polar Dash 5k

On New Year’s Day, I ran Team Ortho’s Polar Dash 5k. The morning was a cold one with temperatures in the low 20s, but the strong winds made it feel like 12 degrees. It was very tempting to shut off … Continue reading

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