Sometimes runners complicate things by using their heads too much instead of their feet. This is a great article from the New York Times on how too much information can actually thwart a person’s plans to run. Read it HERE.
See why keeping your diet a secret might actually make you more successful at losing weight. I’ve often wondered about this, so I find the CNN article fascinating. Read it HERE.
The stretching debate continues: should you, shouldn’t you? Find out in this New York Times article HERE.
As many of you know, I recently started blogging at 2Toms. Well, they are holding the very first giveaway of their brand new sports detergent!
I know, I know. It’s not a “sexy” giveaway, but stinky running gear isn’t sexy either. Please go HERE to enter the giveaway — there will be two winners!
Love the stories! I just checked out Number 2…crazy!
#3…every run I wonder should I or should I not…
hi Kerrie. I visited 2toms and entered the giveaway… any chance you would return the favor and visit my food blog to enter my Wasa Crispbread giveaway? http://wecanbegintofeed.blogspot.com/2011/11/wasa-crispbreadflatbread-review-and.htmlThanks so much.
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Thanks for the hints of Stories 1 and 2. The last lines of Story 1 were awesome and so true! My winter hat just spins when senior cross-country skiiers zip past me. I'm kind of ashamed that they are in such good condition… Well, anyway, I'll start marathon school next week and will need to loose 10kg (22lbs). Therefore the two articles were a bull's eye =o)
I find that when I start to talk about my diet it goes down hill. The more I keep it a secret the better I do. Off to check out that article.