On Sunday, three different runners ran three different races – all apart of the Rite Aid Cleveland Marathon Sunday morning festivities.
I knew it would be a good morning when I spotting Charles Ramsey on my way to the start line.
There was one common thread between the three of us: lack of consistent . . . → Read More: the tale of three different Rite Aid Cleveland Marathon runners
…where runners can achieve their goals of finishing the most elite race – with a PR, with an average time, or by walking the entire route.
…where people can feel safe at a public event – no matter the time, place or size.
…where healthy living bloggers don’t feel obligated to write posts about how . . . → Read More: I want to live in a world…
This post is written as a part of my Rite Aid Cleveland Marathon guest blogging duties.
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These days, I’m more yogi than runner. With that, you should know I’m more “run/walker” than runner. Above all that, I’m more of . . . → Read More: how yoga made me a better runner