Rimrock Marathon Relay | RACE REVIEW

In the past, I have always run the full marathon at Rimrock. However, this Autumn season was different, with changes in work and living, I did not have the time to devote to full marathon training. In fact, it was a good friend that got me out the door many times. So, this season was … Continue reading Rimrock Marathon Relay | RACE REVIEW

What Is Runners Flow?

We decided it was a great day to go for a run on the Grand Mesa. My friend and I usually spend an early weekend morning on a long run - in the valley temperatures easily top 95 degrees-F this time of year. However, 15 miles away as the crow flies, a different story exists. … Continue reading What Is Runners Flow?

Making Running Easier | Born to Run

One of the greatest books written by runners and for runners is Christopher McDougall’s Born to Run. The book has many great takeaways that make it worthwhile for any beginner or seasoned runner to read. Aside for being entirely entertaining with humor sprinkled in, many parts of the stick with you - including wonderful advice. The best … Continue reading Making Running Easier | Born to Run

RECIPE | Plant Based Cabbage Rolls

2 cups of brown rice, cooked2 cups lentils cooked2 Tbsp olive oil1 small yellow onion diced4 cloves garlic, minced1 Tbsp Italian seasoning1/4 cup tomato paste1 large green cabbage26 oz (1 jar) tomato sauceSalt and pepper to taste Boil cabbage for about 5 minutes until leaves soften. Set aside 10 or so leaves. SautĂ©s onion and … Continue reading RECIPE | Plant Based Cabbage Rolls

Eliud Kipchoge Breaks the 2-Hour Marathon

If your news feed is anything like mine, then it was filled with articles and postings about how Eliud Kipchoge broke the two hour marathon this morning. This makes him the first human to ever have done so. His official time was 1:59:40, although it is not considered a new world record because race requirements … Continue reading Eliud Kipchoge Breaks the 2-Hour Marathon