It’s the most run-derful time of the year which means it’s
time to start your holiday shopping.I
usually wait until the last minute, but this year I’ve vowed to start
early.To help me do that, I’ve made a
gift guide for all the runners in my life (and a list of things I secretly want
myself) Hurts So Good Recovery is an
important part of running.If you’ve
ever had the chance to try Rapid Reboot recovery boots, you know how amazing
they can be.The only downside? The
cost.But they are definitely worth it. Their Own Personal Cheerleader I don’t mean the kind of cheerleader you’d find on the
sidelines of Monday night football- I’m talking about the kind the can take
anywhere they go.If you follow me on
Instagram, you’ll often see pictures of my Momentum Wrap bracelets—they’re the
perfect pep talk during my runs.These
were on my list last year and made it again this year because of the new SPARK
boxes—with four options to choose from, there’s something for everyone. Stocking Stuffers Socks It’s…
Earlier in the year, I started seeing posts on social media about #Run4AllWomen and I was intrigued. One of #Run4AllWomen’s guiding thoughts is “resist the status quo and work tirelessly to advance the conversation around women's issues.” As a woman and as someone who believes that women’s rights are human rights, this cause spoke to me. When one of my Instafriends, Whitney, announced that she has been selected as an ambassador for #Run4AllWomen and that there would be a Southern California run, I knew I wanted to be involved.
The Southern California event would take place on a Saturday, running from Encinitas to Chula Vista or forty miles. The event was to benefit and raise awareness for Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest. Whitney and the her partner in the race planning and fellow #R4AW ambassador, Amy, had broken the 40 miles into legs so that runners (and walkers) of all levels could participate. When registering for the event, I couldn’t decide how many legs I …
Disclaimer: I received the Trekz Titanium headphones from AfterShokz for review in conjunction with FitApproach and SweatPink. All opinions are my own.
I stopped listening to music on my runs sometime last year—although I love listening to music, I wanted to be more aware of all the other sounds around me during my runs. When I read about the bone conduction technology used in the AfterShokz Trekz Titanium headphones, I was intrigued. When I had to opportunity to try them out, it was a no brainier. There are two different sizes, regular and mini, and based on their guidelines, I opted for the mini. I loved all the colors and couldn’t decide—after texting a few friends to get their opinions, I decided on the pink.
How do they work? The AfterShokz headphones work with bone conduction technology. According the their website:
"Bone conduction is a natural part of the hearing process—sound travels through our eardrums and bones simultaneously. We've taken the concept to the ne…