Why run one race when you can run two in one day at the Oakland Running Festival! In 2020, I was supposed to run the Oakland Marathon, but then the world shut down. This year, the Oakland Running Festival was back in all of its glory and it was amazing!
With fall races in full swing, my newest Knockaround shades are seeing a lot of action! Since the start of fall, I have run one 5k, two half marathons, and one 20-miler in preparation for my upcoming fall full marathon. In all of my outdoor adventures, I always make sure to pack is a high-quality and affordable pair of sunglasses!
Many aspire to run a marathon. Paula Bell Longhaul aspires to run a marathon in all 50 states! I had the privilege of sitting down with the one and only Paula Bell Longhaul of Charleston, South Carolina, to talk about all things marathon-related. Paula Bell, as she is most commonly referred to as, is not an elite runner. Instead, Paula Bell prides herself on being an average runner who runs for fun, who takes in the experience and stays injury-free. To date, Paula Bell has completed 32 marathons in 32 states. She plans to finish the final 18 states within the next six years, before her 40th birthday. The big question is, “Can she do it?!”
There’s no greater feeling than conquering a difficult run! Conquering a series of six runs mixed with puzzles and intriguing storylines is even better! Here’s the helpful, expert guide you need to conquer the new Run to Escape: Mission Mt. Olympus presented by Runkeeper.
Running the same route day after day can get quite boring and monotonous! Have no fear. I’m here to tell you there’s hope! Here’s how to add entertainment, motivation, and fun to your next run.