Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Things People Say While I am Running.

When you are training for a marathon, you run. A LOT.
So many hundreds of miles spent on the road, the trails and the treadmill - running, running running.

The marathon is an epic race, but it's the training that is a beast. By the time you toe the starting line for your marathon, it feels almost like a victory lap. A celebration of all the sweat, tears (and sometimes blood), highs and lows. 

This is your moment. You've worked your butt off for this moment (Okay - this 3++ hour moment!).

Over the hundreds and hundreds of miles that I have logged, I have met so many awesome people along the way. 
Strangers that give a smile, a wave, or words of encouragement. It always brings joy to my heart or an uplifting feeling - especially during a hard patch in the workout.

Here are some of things people have said to me over the many months of marathon training (either during a run, or a pre/post run routine):

"You go girl!!"

"WOW. Honey that girl is running faster than we are biking!"

"I see you running every day and it makes me want to get back to running. Thank you!"

"You are hitting the roads HARD. What are you training for?" "Boston, huh? How many miles is that?"

** I loved meeting this man during the start of a run - I had just finished my dynamic stretching routine and he came out of his house to say hello. **

"I'm 72 years old and I used to run every single day. I still lift weights! You keep up the good work - I love runners!"

"Great job!"

**Thank you to the beautiful lady who was all dressed up and said this as I was running by:**

"You have an amazing body!!" ---> totally made my week/month -  (Let me just say - I don't have the kind of confidence that thinks I have an amazing body. Far from it, but that's another discussion...) especially since I was grinding away on a tempo run and I couldn't even really register what she said until afterwards.

**From a homeless guy:**

"Hey, would you like to try a hit of weed? I think it'll make you run faster!!" (Uh, no thank you :)

"I think runners are so awesome!"

"How many miles do you run everyday?"

"Hey, do you have a good playlist?"

"I'm injured. Any tips for how I can start running again?"

**From neighbors**  ---> "We saw you running up that hill today and wanted to give you a ride!!"

** At the start of a playdate**  ---> "I saw you running on the other side of town today??!!"

To the many friends (who know my name) and people that I don't know who yell out the car window:

"Goooo Nat!!" If they don't know me it's: "Goooo runner!!"

Running in the snow and altitude this winter. #marathontraining

"That altitude is a bi&@ch, isn't it?!"

**Another homeless guy in the pre dawn hours as I was running and Jerold biking next to me**

"You go Sista!! And that's a good man right there for biking with you!! Hey, can I run too?!"

"Hey, can you coach me to run?"

"Keep up the good work!"

"I love your dedication"

"What do you think about when you are running so many miles?"

"My sister (brother/son/mother) is running Boston too!!"

"Have you ever run an ultra?"

"How many miles are you running today?"

How many miles am I running today? A LOT. :)

And to all the runners that I see everyday - I love that we encourage each other with a wave, a nod or a smile. We are united as runners and I love that.

These words make me want to give back. There will be many times when I am not running and I spy another runner. 

I know exactly what I am going to say...

"You've GOT this!!"

So, the next time you see a runner, say something encouraging to them - you never know how much it'll make their day!!

What are some things that people have said to you while running?

Do you acknowledge other runners while you are running?

Happiness Is Running Life!


Monday, March 28, 2016

Boston Marathon Training Recap: 3 Weeks Till Race Day!!!

3 weeks.
21 days till the Boston Freakin' Marathon.

But who's counting? :)

Coach's notes ---> a big week of training!!

Well, this is it! The last hard week of training before the taper. Lot's of sleep, good food and mental focus to give it all I've got.

We had such a fun Easter yesterday!

So much love. So many things to be thankful for, which is exactly how I feel about my running.

My loves

I had an awesome weekend of running - 30 miles in two days, a two hour massage (anyone had a 2 hour massage before?! It was my first time and let me say ---> heaven.)

Let's catch up on the last 2 weeks of Boston training, shall we?

Monday March 14th - This was an optional rest day or 4-5 miles easy. I decided to run easy on the treadmill in the evening. Ran from my house to the gym - it was closed for a meeting. 
1/2 mile for today and I guess it was in the cards to rest! 

Tuesday March 15th - 7 miles

Wednesday March 16th - 10 miles total. 2 miles to ease into it - then 8 miles at 7:25-7:35 pace. My coach did NOT want me to go faster than this pace.
My splits: 7:22, 7:17, 7:25, 7:31, 7:32, 7:31, 7:32, 7:23. Actual pace ---> 7:27

Thursday March 17th - 8 miles on a sunny St. Patrick's Day!

Friday March 18th - 6 miles

Saturday March 19th - 4 miles

Sunday March 20th - Oakland Half Marathon - 1:33 PR!! (my recap is HERE). 19.5 total miles for the day

Total Miles: 55

Monday March 21st - 4 miles

Tuesday March 22nd - 5 miles

Wednesday March 23rd - 8 miles

Thursday March 24th - 10 miles with 10 x :30 second pick ups

Friday March 25th -  REST.  I was so tired today. It was my 10th straight day of running. Was supposed to run 8 miles today and take Sunday off. Decided to get a massage and rest. My body was grateful.

Saturday March 26th - 22 miles at 7:39 pace!!! YES! Longest run of the cycle and last long run before Boston. First mile 7:49 and last mile 7:39

Splits: 7:49, 7:36, 7:47, 7:39, 7:15, 7:25, 8:02, 7:26, 7:33, 7:40, 7:37, 7:39, 7:30, 7:35, 7:37, 7:39, 7:42, 7:46, 7:31, 7:43, 7:40, 7:39

Fuel before: 2 pieces of toast with almond butter, a banana and a cup of coffee.

Let's talk about the coffee for a minute. Last week, I talked about that I don't drink coffee, but wanted to try it during training. I decided today that I will not have it for Boston. I experienced some side effects on Saturday's 22 miler that were concerning:
slight dizziness, stomach ache, headache and a little bit of nausea. I am so glad I tried it on this run and discovered these side effects. I had a cup of coffee before Oakland and didn't experience any of these effects.

Fuel during: Water with Enduropacks Electrolyte spray every 30 minutes or so. GU at mile 16.

I focused on being comfortable and relaxed on this run. Let my body do what it knows how to do - run these paces smoothly. A great run with gas still left in the tank at the end. I will remember this run during Boston when I am running faster and have 4.2 miles left to race!

One tip that was so helpful for me ---> run the mile you are in. When you get to mile 10 and you have 12 miles left to run AND you are running alone, that can be a little daunting. I just said to myself "Let's get to 11, then let's get to the half marathon mark. After 13.1, each mile was it's own special mile. Hooray for mile 14! And so on. When I got to mile 20, I knew that two more miles would be a piece of cake (relatively speaking), but I calmly ran to 21 and then smiled all the way to 22!!

I hope this will help you in your next long run :)

The race last weekend and this run gives me confidence going into this last week of hard training.

I can do hard things.

Sunday March 27th - Happy Easter!! 8 miles on a beautiful day.

Total Miles: 57

As always - strength training, PT exercises, dynamic stretching routine, light yoga, core, rolling and compression socks are always part of my week.

I hope you have a great start to your week!

Do you drink coffee before a long run? How does it effect you?

What are you thoughts during a super long run? Music or not?
(I don't listen to music, but at the end it would have been nice to have a friend to chat with!)

Happiness Is Running Life!


Thursday, March 24, 2016

Oakland Half Marathon Race Recap + A NEW PR!!!

This past weekend we took a family road trip up to Oakland so that I could run the Oakland Half Marathon on Sunday. Jerold's best friend lives in the Bay and we were able to stay with them (Anyone that opens their doors to let a family of five stay with them is a true friend!!). The original plan was to take the kids out of school early on Friday and hit the road. Uh, yeah - no. My kids protested that they wanted to stay the whole day in school - pleassse Mommy don't make us leave early. Ok.
I wonder if that has anything to do with the fact that it was In N Out burger day at school? Hummm...

Plan B was to wake up at 4 am on Saturday and make the drive super early. Um, yeah  - no. I was feeling exhausted and just wanted a couple more hours of sleep and our 3 year old was getting over a cold. 

Plan C - we left mid morning after breakfast and everyone was happy. I was happy to have more sleep and they were happy to have new movies to watch in the car!


We arrived in Oakland on Saturday afternoon and I had to make a quick dash to the expo to pick up my bib number. I can't even tell you about the expo, because I made it just before closing! That's what happens when you are a mother runner on a road trip with three kids - there are many, many pit stops along the way :)

We went into a very cool section of Oakland for pizza at Zachary's pizza. I personally think it is THE BEST pizza west of the Mississippi. Highly recommend!
I didn't run before we left and needed to get in a quick 4 mile easy run that day. It worked out perfectly, because the wait to get a table was so long - I was able to run and get back just as the pizza arrived!

A little carbo loading! :)

Early bedtime for all of us and I slept really well that night. I got up at 5:30 am (the race did not start until 9:10 am) to have breakfast.

My breakfast ---> 2 slices of toast with almond butter, a banana and a cup of coffee.
Wait, what?

I don't drink coffee. Like. Ever. Okay, okay - I would say I have a latte with friends once or twice a year to be social. But I never drink coffee and Jerold doesn't drink it either. We are those weird people that don't drink coffee... I have been reading quite a bit about the benefits of coffee for runners and how having a cup before a race or hard workout can have benefits.
I was curious to try and see how I liked it + how my body reacted to it (well before Boston) and decided to try it for this race (NOTE: I should have tried this well before the race as this race was super important to me and I could have really messed things up if my stomach was upset from it. Try new things during a workout!!)

In my last 3 races, I did not have my kids with me and I was excited to have them around for this race. By the time we got everyone out of the house, on the road and through many street closures, I only had time for about a quarter mile warm up (oops! I was supposed to run a 1.5 mile warm up) and a little bit of dynamic stretching before it was time to get to my corral. 

I was able to meet up with some social media friends before the race!!

Brian and Christina - We Run Social!!

I also had some very fun pre race stretching partners...

I went to the starting line feeling confident and ready to run hard. You know that feeling you have when you are ready to have a kick butt race and grab a PR?
I knew that my training had been going really well and I felt ready to race.

The National Anthem was sung and I was trying not to worry that I hadn't warmed up enough. I had to focus on the warm up that I was able to do and stay calm and positive.

The gun went off and I felt good. My body felt light and ready to race.

Miles 1 and 2: 6:29, 6:52.

Another oops. CRAP. This was too fast! My coach had given me the plan and he wanted me to ease into the first mile at 7:15 - 7:25 pace, mile 2-10 at about 7:05-7:10 pace and the give it all I had the last 5K. What in the world was I doing?
Was it the caffeine? I felt like a horse that wanted to fly like the wind, but I also didn't want to shoot myself in the foot for later. Whoa, let's get this under control.

Miles 3 and 4: 7:14, 6:52

It was an AMAZING day for racing. Overcast and very cool weather. No winds in the beginning, although that would change later.

Miles 5 and 6: 7:13, 6:56

It was like my mind was constantly in motion, but I felt totally in control, Every time I ran a mid seven mile, I felt like I knew I could run faster the next mile, but wanted to keep something in reserve for miles 10, 11, 12.

Miles 7 and 8: 7:17, 7:09

The course had a lot of rolling hills, which I liked. I realize I think I like this more than a completely flat course. It kept things interesting!!

Mile 9 and 10: 7:23, 7:24

Okay - this is the section where there a gradual hill and it was pretty windy at this point. I was bummed about the 7:20s times (although a big improvement over the 730s time I would fade to a month ago during Surf City), but I also ran past a lot of women in these miles. That kept my confidence up and I just kept telling myself to keep pushing.

Mile 11: 7:23

I knew I would PR at this point, but I didn't know by how much. The crowd support was great and I was so happy to hear music and see people all over the place! It's amazing how music and people really keep you going. I felt really fit and my body was still happy at this point.

Mile 12: 7:19

Only 1.1 mile go to. I know I can do anything for one more mile. Let's get to the half mile first, then another half to go - then sprint hard for the last .1 
I can do this!!

Mile 13: 7:16

Ready to sprint for the last .1 and the finish line is no where in sight. Nothing. Nada. I look down at my watch - it reads 13.1 and the time of 1:33 something.

Where is the finish line?

I kept running and running and running and finally there is a pretty steep uphill and at the top of the hill was finally the finish line! 

At that point, I had to make myself sprint up the hill. I was so ready to be done and I knew the course was so much longer than 13.1

Finally I finished!

The course measured 13.47 on my Garmin which was 1:36:09 (7:08 pace) for that distance.
13.1 was 1:33:40, which is a huge PR for me as my best time before was 1:36:43!!!

When I ran Surf City last month, I really wanted to run 1:35 (and didn't) and now to run 1:33 and grab this beautiful PR... I am THRILLED!!!!

1st in my age group, 13th overall woman.

21:08 5K time and 43:18 10K time within this race.

I am so happy. I feel like the hard work is paying off.

I need to go back to the drawing board on my race execution - start conservatively and save more for the second half. It is critical that I do this for Boston and I will do what it takes to make that happen. Hold yourself back - whatever it takes to not go out too fast. 
This will be my mantra, this is what I will focus on these next 4 weeks.

I feel humbled. There is so much yet to learn about running and racing - I learn something new EVERY DAY. I love it! Even though I have been running for such a long time, I still want to be a sponge. I love learning and constantly improving to be a better runner and be a better Nat.

I ran a 5.5 mile cool down after the race for a whopping 19.5 mile total day. Let's pile on the miles, shall we? :)

A little about the Oakland Half Marathon

First let me say - Oakland is such a great city!! Gorgeous homes up in the Oakland Hills (I ran 4 miles up in the hills on Saturday) with views of the Bay Bridge, Golden Gate bridge and beyond. Lush, green and beautiful scenery, great food + funky, hip vibe. 
If you haven't visited the East Bay - go! So many people miss this great city when they visit San Francisco, but it is definitely worth checking out. :)


Good course support. People lined up cheering all along the course. Water and Gatorade at aid stations about every other mile.

Great running weather! Cool, overcast and and a runner's dream. This is the kind of weather that I thrive in!!!
We were so lucky, because right after the race the sky opened up and it started pouring!

Nice course with rolling hills - as you are going up a hill, you know there is a downhill to follow.

They had a nice set up of post race food - yogurt, bananas, oranges, chocolate milk, water.

Good amount of port o potties

Fun kids zone with games and food for the kids - so awesome.


The only con I have is they need to work on the course measurement. This is HUGE.
Every race that day was really long - from the 5K to the marathon.
The race director needs to make major changes for next year. With the amount of money that people pay for races ($95 for the half), you should have an accurate course. I would love to run this race again, but would steer away because of the course issues.

This was my last race before Boston and I am back to grinding away these next two weeks in a last push to get ready.

Have an awesome week and Happy Spring!

Have you ever run a race on an inaccurate course?

Happiness Is Running Life!


Friday, March 18, 2016

Focusing On Oakland + Green Things

So, last year I went ALL out for St. Patrick's Day. I mean, you name it - I did it. Irish music. Check. Green crafts for the kids. Check. Authentic Irish dinner. Check. Irish soda bread made from scratch. Check. Green smoothies. Check. Decorations. Check and Check.
It was crazy and so much fun. What a difference a year makes and a mother runner training for a marathon...

I do have my Pro Compression Shamrock socks on!!

This year, I made green smoothies and called it a day. Check!

Oh, and I did play Irish music again, which the kids LOVED. Everyone danced a jig and drank the smoothies (you can find the recipe HERE) and no one said anything about last year's extravaganza. Oh, Jerold did ask if we were having corned beef a la last year. Oops :) No honey - we're not...

But I am loving my nighttime snacks these last couple of days!

It's all about the Chia Seeds!! Awesome protein. Add 2-3 TBS to yogurt and granola. YES!

Today is March 18th. The next time the calendar say 18, it will be MARATHON MONDAY!!!!  I cannot believe it is 4 weeks till the freakin Boston Marathon. Crazy excited am I? YES!

Buuut first, we have the business of a half marathon to crush this weekend. We are taking a road trip up to Oakland with the kids (this is first time they will have seen me race since the Ventura Marathon) for the Oakland Marathon on Sunday.
I have the race plan from my coach and I am ready. I believe in my heart that I can grab a PR and I am on a mission to do it. Believe and you shall achieve...

6 mile easy run today and a short shake out easy run on Saturday and then it is race time!!
I know it won't be easy, but I am ready to bear down and give it all I have. I feel like I can't even really think about Boston too much until this race is over. Then it will be 2 more hard weeks of training before the taper begins. 

Northern California is a special place for Jerold and I. He is from Berkeley. Yes. Berkeley. Born and raised in the same house and all that. 
When we met, we dated long distance for over 2 years. Back and forth on United Airlines (they knew us!) every other weekend to see each other.
He showed me all the awesomeness that is the East Bay and of course San Francisco. It will be fun to get back up there to race and hang out with friends.

Anyhoo - I am sure you have all seen the video that has gone viral about body image...

If not - your welcome :)

Alrighty, it's time for me to sign off, soak in an epsom salt bath and go. to. bed.

Happy Weekend!!!

Who's racing this weekend? There are so many races, including Shamrock and NYC Half. Good Luck to everyone!!

Have you been to Northern California?

Happiness Is Running Life!


Thursday, March 17, 2016

Boston Marathon Training Recap: 5 Weeks Till Race Day!!

Breathing hard, dripping sweat, at times gritting my teeth, driving my arms, willing my legs to runs faster - or at least keep the same pace...

Starting so many runs downhill and throwing in a couple of gnarly uphills in the middle of the run. Ending so many runs on the beach bike path, because it makes me smile.

There have been a few times over the last couple of weeks, where I am ending my run at the beach - and there are people... people strolling along with their partner, holding hands, laughing at a joke. People slowly riding on their beach cruisers, sunglasses firmly on their face without a care in the world. 
I go (what feels like to me) rushing by, running with all my heart, determined to nail a workout. Sometimes I feel like a tiny, tiny part of me wonders, "What if I stopped right now, plopped down on the sand and had a big, huge lemonade?" "Why don't I do that and stop all of this crazy running?"

Then I think about Boston. That all the hard work will pay off and it will be so sweet to make that trip into Hopkinton and run a victory lap to celebrate this past year. The struggle, the pain, the uncertainity, the fear. What if I can't run again? What if it doesn't feel the same? What if...

These legs are made for running, and that's just what I'll do...

I feel stronger every day. I know in my mind I have so much potential and more speed in my legs waiting patiently to come out. Because it takes patience, time and consistency. 

I received a really cool award for getting 3rd place in my age group at the Surf City Half Marathon last month. It came at such a good time in my training and was a reminder that I can do hard things. Even though I am running 50+ and 60 mile weeks and focusing on my kids + making sure I am eating, drinking, sleeping, weight training, core exercises, yoga, rolling my muscles, etc. etc.
I am strong and I can do hard things.

Oh, and reading. I'm always reading a new book about running.

I hope that in some small way my kids are watching and that I can inspire them to do cool things in their life. Cool things don't come easy, you have to practice every day...


And lately I have been using running so much to explain to Josh how to get through hard things. "Don't look at all the homework in one big chunk, just take it one step at a time. Run the mile you're in" :)

When they love on each other, it makes my heart swell...

She truly loves her brother. 

Last week was a topsy, turvy ride in my training. I got sick on Tuesday evening and was in bed ALL day on Wednesday. Whoa, didn't see that coming. My speed workout of the week was 3 x 2 miles at 6:55 - 7:05 pace. I moved it when I got sick and decided to get it done on Thursday. My body decided otherwise. It was like watching a car run completely out of gas. I warmed up for 3 miles and then began the first set of 2 miles. First mile 6:56. Then in the second mile my body started to hurt so badly - not the "I can't run this pace" hurt. No, it was a completely depleted, awful feeling, and I practically collapsed at 1.8 miles into the set. I sat under a tree and cried a bit. My body just wouldn't go anymore. I know I was dehydrated as I couldn't seem to accept a lot of fluids the day before. So, I decided to try the workout again and if my body didn't want to do it, I wasn't going to push. 2nd set, started off and about .25 into the first mile it was over. O.V.E.R. Go home.
I ended up running at a much slower pace and then called it a day.

Friday, I woke up feeling so much better. My coach gave me the option to rest and I took it. I had the thought to try the workout again, but in the end I decided to just rest.

I went down to Newport Beach for our annual girl's weekend with some of my college girlfriends. It was so relaxing and so fun.

On Saturday, I woke up at 5:30 am for an 11 mile run around the back bay in Newport...

Spring is here!

A sunset boat ride around the bay before dinner...

Sunday, I left Newport and stopped to run 16 miles before I headed home to the fam. It turned out to be such a wonderful cap to the week after a shaky beginning.
Training cycles are not perfect - you have to roll with it and listen to your body.

Monday March 7th - Josh's birthday!!! My 9 year old sweet boy. I can remember the nurses handing my 3 pound 16 ounce (I suffered from Preeclampia for each of my pregnancies) precious baby boy born 5 week early. I was in complete awe of him - so thrilled to have a son, and yet couldn't believe how tiny he was. They let me try and nurse him for a couple of minutes before they had to rush him to the NICU. They kept me in bed for more than 13 hours before I would be allowed to get out of bed (wheel chair) to go and see my baby.
8 miles on the treadmill today to celebrate. 

Tuesday March 8th - 7 miles on the treadmill. 

Wednesday March 9th - SICK. Slept all day. 

Thursday March 10th - 10 miles, with two attempts to run the speed workout.

Friday March 11th - REST

Saturday March 12th - 11 miles

Sunday March 13th - 16 miles at 7:40 pace. 
Splits: 7:51, 730, 7:20, 7:32, 7:39, 7:38, 7:37, 7:39, 7:33, 7:34, 7:39, 7:39, 7:38, 7:45, 8:28 >---- a crazy 1 mile hill at mile 15? ummm, ok!, 7:27)

Total miles: 52

Each day (except sick day) included PT exercises, yoga stretches, core and weights on Monday.

I am super excited to head up to Northern California on Friday and race the Oakland Half Marathon on Sunday morning!!! Josh says he wants to see the Golden Gate bridge, so that will definitely happen :) Hoping to run fast and have fun - I'll be sure and report back with all the details!

THE WINNER of the Be Fit nutritional giveaway is...

Marie Ray!! CONGRATS!!

Do you have a green running outfit planned for St. Patrick's Day?

Anyone racing this weekend?

Happiness Is Running Life!



Friday, March 11, 2016

Strength Training and Nutrition with BeFit!

This post is sponsored by BeFit through my affiliation with Sweat Pink.
All opinions are my own.

I have been running.

A lot.

The Boston Marathon is in 38 days. I am down to 23 days of hard training before the taper begins.

Run, run, run.

I know that my running needs to be supplemented with proper nutrition as well as strength training to allow my body be in top shape for the marathon.
I need lots of protein to help repair my muscles after a hard workout. Healthy food like wild salmon, eggs, almonds, chocolate milk and greek yogurt are a big part of my diet.

There are times when I am rushing in the door from a workout and I need a quick and easy snack to refuel my body before I pick up my kids. Something to sustain me before I sit down to a proper meal is critical.
This is where Be Fit Protein powder comes in handy. I am able to whip up a quick and easy smoothie and take it on the go with me. I know my muscles are getting what they need AND it tastes delicious.

I love that it has zero artificial colors, flavors and sweeteners. It is also gluten free and GMO free.

I was sent the vanilla flavor to try and I made a delicious Orange Dreamsicle Shake.


1 fresh orange
1/2 cup of plain greek yogurt
1 scoop of Befit vanilla whey protein podwer
6 ice cubes

Blend together and voila! Smooth, creamy and delicious.

You can make so many delicious smoothies with the protein powder and it's also great for making pancakes!

Ingredients for the above berry smoothie:

1 cup of frozen mixed berries
1/2 cup plain greek yogurt
1 scoop Be Fit Protein powder
1/2 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk

Blend and serve

Be Fit has a kick butt video series that will strengthen and tone with a mix of cardio and strength training moves. As a busy Mom of three young children, I don't have any  a lot of time to get out of the house for strength training classes. I do everything at home or outside right before or after a run.  I needed something easy and pretty quick as I already have a lot of exercises from my coach as well as from my physical therapist.

I have to say, the video series is pretty awesome! It's well choreographed, upbeat, fun and easy to follow the moves.

scissor kick for abs

Punch it out for awesome arms!


and kick!

The cool thing is they have 11 different videos to choose from (the above moves are from the cardio crush workout) - everything from dynamic strength training to toning abs and arms to a burning total body shred workout!
Befit also has a 30 day calendar to help keep you on track. You can do as much or little as you would like.

And of course I have something for you :)

I am giving away a complete Be Fit package - Protein powder, Energy Endurance Pre workout and the Duel Action Burn weight loss support!

Giveaway starts Friday 3/11 and ends on Tuesday 3/15 at 7 PM PST.
US Residents only

Have an awesome weekend and happy running!!

What is your favorite workout video?

Weekend plans?!

Happiness Is Running Life!