Thursday, July 31, 2014

The Process of Planning a Race Part 1

Race Planning Part 1

So, you’ve decided you want to plan a race – a 5K, 10K, or even a Half or Full Marathon? Even better, you wish for the proceeds to benefit a worthy cause? I love it! You’ve come to the right place.

Before you get started, you should know that planning a race is a LOT more work than it seems. Don’t let me dissuade you, though – it’s completely rewarding and all worth it in the end.

Here are a few things to think about in the early stages of race planning:
  • Choose your cause – why are you hosting this race? Will it benefit a certain charity or good cause? Make your cause clearly known when advertising.
  • Date – what time of year do you want to hold your race? Pick a date that’s seasonally appropriate for your area. Down south, a Half or Full isn’t a reality past March and most 5K’s/10K’s are held in the late Fall/Winter/early Spring.
  • Time – What time of day do you want to hold your race? Is it a morning run? Is it a night time run?
  • Location – does your area have a beautiful place where most races are held? Can you adopt a new route to make your race more exciting or more appealing to runners who run a lot of local races? I’ve found that throwing a new element into a race draws a bigger crowd. For example, last year (2013) was our area’s first Gleaux Run. It was also the area’s first night-time run which drew a crowd of over 800 people (that’s HUGE for our area).
  • Route – pre-measure your route and mark it off with signs to make sure runners know where to go. If you’re route is an out and back course, make sure the turnaround spot is clearly marked. This is super important – it could turn your 3.1 miler into a 4 miler in an instant...and you don’t want that to happen!
  • Approvals – you’ve picked your location, now who do you need to contact to approve your decision? For my area, I had to contact our City and the Marshall who is housed at the City offices. Also, the center where our race is being housed had to approve our route.
  • Registration – do you want your runners to register by website? Mail-in forms? Active.com? We decided to go with Active.com and mail-in registration forms. It’s easier if you give people more than one option.
  • Fee – how much do you want to charge? Compare your race to other local races and see how your pricing compares. You won’t want to charge an exuberant amount if other races aren’t charging that fee. For example, we don’t give out medals to runners for 5K’s in our area, so a typical race costs around $20 or $25 dollars. Each runner receives a t-shirt.
  • Water/Electrolyte replacement during your race – if your race is a 5K or less, chances are you won’t need electrolyte replacement along the course. Make sure you have plenty of water for the race itself and also enough for runners post-race. We’ve found that water bottles are best (and if you’re supporting a worthy cause, most places are willing to donate whatever you need...all you have to do is ask!)
  • Water stops along the course – how many do you want to have? If it’s an out and back shorter course, having one stop that accommodates both sides of the road works best – we try to place the tables right past the mile 1 stop, that way runners hit it right past mile 1 and again right past mile 2. Also, be sure and include plenty of water for runners after they cross the finish line.
  • T-Shirts – call around in your area for the best pricing. In most cases, the more t-shirts ordered (the bigger the race), the less money each t-shirt will cost. Some places charge a setup fee and others don’t – be sure and ask up front.
  • Logo – do you know a graphic design artist? Can they create a logo for you? This will also help with the cost of your t-shirt company. If the t-shirt company has to build a logo for you, they will usually charge you an additional fee.
  • Volunteers – you’ll need plenty of volunteers - setup, registration, and water stops along the route.
  • MC/DJ for the event – do you want to include music while runners are waiting around for the race to begin? If so, find a DJ who will be willing to play music for your event. An MC with a good speaking voice is nice to have, too – they can make announcements for you and host your opening/closing ceremonies and awards program. Also, if your MC/DJ does not have sound equipment, you’ll need to book that as well. Make sure you have a clear script written out and send it to your MC ahead of time for review.
  • Advertisement – Facebook, word of mouth, radio, television, signs around town – all of these are great ways to spread the word about your event. One important factor is to be consistent with your Facebook page. Answer participant’s questions and keep them up to date on race happenings – this will help them feel more involved and be committed to your cause. It will also encourage them to return next year!
  • Start and Finish line – from pipes holding up a banner to balloons tied down by weights, I’ve seen it all when it comes to start and finish lines. One thing’s for certain – make sure your finish line is marked off clearly for runners to see.
  • Bibs/Timing – is this a fun run or are you going to include timing for the runners? Is each runner going to have a bib with a timing chip on it? Our area offers a timing company who comes in and takes care of the logistics for you (for a small fee). Check out your area and ask other local race directors what process they’ve used for timing/bibs.
  • Prizes – are you going to give out prizes to the top runners? How about age category prizes? It’s up to you what you want to do, but I believe you should at least include something for the top 3 male/female runners.
There you have it, a basic overview of everything it takes to make a race happen!
Have you ever been involved in race planning? What was one crucial tip that made a difference for you? Did I forget anything in my list? Can you think of anything else I need to add?

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Recipe: Sugar Free Vanilla Iced Coffee

Sometimes you just need something cold to drink. Saturday’s run was hot and humid and left me with little desire to drink a steaming hot cup of coffee when I finished my run. Actually, I really wanted an iced sugar free vanilla coffee from Wendy’s.

I knew I had plenty of ingredients on hand at home, so I threw together a few things and created an iced coffee that was so delicious, I had to share!

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Sugar Free Vanilla Iced Coffee

Ingredients:
  • 10 oz brewed coffee, cooled to room air or chilled
  • 2 tbsp sugar free creamer of choice (Please note: the Natural Bliss Creamer pictured is not sugar free)
  • 2 tbsp sugar free vanilla syrup
  • ice
Directions:

Brew coffee and allow to cool to room temperature or chilled. (I actually added a few ice cubes to mine because I’m impatient.)

Fill glass/tumbler about half-way with ice. Pour creamer and syrup over ice.

Once coffee has cooled, pour over ice and stir to combine.

Serve and enjoy!

With ingredients shown below, this recipe is 70 calories.


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Ingredients I used. No need to add additional sweetener – the syrup adds plenty of sweet!

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Instead of tbsp, I used a measuring cup – 1/8 cup of creamer and 1/8 cup of syrup. (1/8 cup = 2 tbsp)

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Done!

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I love a cold iced coffee on a hot summers day. How about you? How do you prefer your coffee?

Monday, July 28, 2014

Workouts & Desserts

I can’t believe it’s Monday already. Where did the weekend go? I had a great two days off work and really enjoyed spending time with friends!

On Friday night, I had nothing to do…so I worked out! I decided to expand on Thursday’s Cross Training routine, so I created my own.

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  • 1 mile run
  • 50 jump ropes
  • 15 pushups (I’m a wimp and have no upper body strength at all!)
  • “Lawnmower” pull – 10 pounds & 15 reps each arm
  • 25 squats
  • 20 walking lunges each leg
  • 20 sit-ups
  • Biceps curls, 10 pound weights & 20 reps
  • 25 squats
  • 15 pushups
  • 50 jump ropes
  • 1 mile run

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Good night and a great workout!

Saturday morning, I met my running group for a long run around town. Heather and I were supposed to run 10 miles, but the humidity was so bad and we were so miserable, we cut it down to 6 miles instead.

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Train? I was having flashbacks. Never. Again.

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We were given another gorgeous sunrise to enjoy

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Post run, we were naaassst-eeee!

I attended a family wedding shower on Saturday afternoon, then I met up with Mackenzie. It’s been a loooong while since we saw each other, so we spent the night just talking away!

Our original plan was to make some sort of meal out of Disney Parks food (see, I have Disney obsessed friends, too…it’s not just me)! Instead, we landed dinner at Olive Garden, then baked a dessert of Ooey Gooey Toffee Cake from Liberty Tree Tavern instead.

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This stuff is DELICIOUS, y’all. For. Real. Don’t stare too hard at the ingredients, you might talk yourself out of baking it – which is why I don’t make it, like ever. The good news is, this recipe makes enough for two pie dishes, so it’s a pretty big recipe (if you decide to make it, you can cut it down by half). Want the recipe? Click here.

Our friend Melissa was working on Saturday night, so we decided to bring a little Disney surprise to her at work!

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We even made our own Mickey bowl. Adorbs, right? :)

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Off we go!

She was SO surprised and she loved it!

I’m glad I had a good workout and a nice run this weekend…and I LOVED spending time with friends!

How was your weekend? Do anything exciting? Have you tried any Disney recipes at home? What’s your favorite?

Friday, July 25, 2014

Fitness Friday–7/25

Happy Friday! What a crazy week this has been! We are currently undergoing upgrades to the equipment in our department at work, so our work hours have shifted a bit to accommodate down time. I can’t wait until we are up and running for good!

Despite the business, lots of fun things happened this week!

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During Wednesday’s run, I saw a lot wildlife. They were all out to enjoy the beautiful weather!

I loved the family of turtles – aren’t they adorable? One turtle was scared and jumped in the water but the rest stayed put as I ran by!

The bunny rabbits (there were two) were incredibly brave. They didn’t dart away until I got super close. See the  mound of dirt next to the bunny? That’s a crawfish hole!

Another creature I spotted on Wednesday's run was a snake. I stopped to change a song on my iPhone and put my hair up when I saw something moving by my foot out of the corner of my eye.  I did a double take when I realized that it was a snake. (FREAKED me out.) He wanted to get away from me as fast as I wanted to get away from him. No picture, unfortunately!

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Yesterday was Free Tea Day at McAlisters! I make it a point to stop every year on free tea day (and other multiple days throughout the year). Free Tea Day is even marked on my work calendar!

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Last night, Jason and I went out for Sushi. We saw this “special” sign at the door and that sealed it for us! We aren’t super adventurous when it comes to sushi (Jason actually doesn’t like fish)…but we do like trying new things! We both enjoyed this roll with spicy tuna! :0)

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Look what arrived in my mailbox yesterday!

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106 days until Wine and Dine Half! Can’t wait!!

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Currently training for:
Disney’s Wine & Dine Half Marathon
Louisiana Half Marathon
Rock ‘n’ Roll New Orleans Half Marathon
Disney's Glass Slipper Challenge

Saturday – 8 miles with running group
Sunday – Rest Day
Monday –  2.5 miles with Jason 
Tuesday –  Unexpected rest day (oh well,those happen)
Wednesday – 3 mile run
Thursday – Cross train – it’s been too long, I needed this!
Friday – Run after work, not sure of the distance

On Saturday, I’m planning a long run followed by a bridal shower (this time I’m just attending!) and ending with dinner with a friend. I love weekends! :)

Have a fabulous one!!

When dealing with wildlife while out for a run, have you ever come across something that scared you? Perhaps a wild animal or a snake? What did you do?

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

July Pop Sugar Must Have Box

July Pop Sugar Must Have Box Headliner

It’s no secret I love Monthly Subscription Boxes and I’ve tested quite a few over time…they are my favorite. It’s like Christmas in your mailbox once each month!

As a Popsugar Select Fitness Blogger, I was given the opportunity to review the July Pop Sugar Must Have Box and I literally felt like it was Christmas in July! First off, I love love love how these boxes include full sized samples. Yes, full sized. It’s amazing.

July Pop Sugar Must Have Box

Let’s dig in!

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Included with each box is a card that gives a description of each item.

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Revlon Bold Lacquer Length and Volume MascaraAdd even more length and volume to your lashes with Revlon’s new Bold Lacquer mascara. This ultra black mascara will give your lashes the definition you’ve been dreaming of.

I’m super excited to try this one! The mascara I’m currently using is almost out, so I’m excited to try something new. I’ll admit, I usually stick with the same old same old thing…new is good! Also included was a $1 coupon that expires in December.

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ACME Party Box Company Chevron Straws - Sip on Summer’s most refreshing drinks with these old-fashioned paper straws. The graphic chevron pattern will make any occasion feel extra-special!

How CUTE are these straws?! I love that even though they are paper, they are still re-usable. See above, Party, Rinse, Repeat!

I used a blue straw for my iced coffee on Saturday and I loved it! Iced coffee, adorable straw…what could be better?!

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Oh yes, these straws also remind me of Disney’s Animal Kingdom Resort, so I had a bit of a fun flashback memory there. Know how certain smells or sounds remind you of your favorite place on earth? That’s kinda what I mean here.

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TKO Jump Rope with Soft Grip Handles – For a fast yet efficient workout, this jump rope is just what you need – you can burn up to 170 calories in just 15 minutes! Check out POPSUGAR Fitness for tons of ideas on how to squeeze in a quick session to stay healthy and fit for Summer and beyond.

I needed a new jump rope, seriously. I’m ashamed to admit…my current jump rope was left at my house by one of my church kids…and it’s princess. For real.

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Have you followed POPSUGAR Fitness on Twitter or Pinterest? They are always posting great workout ideas. Also, sign up for their email and you’ll get a ton of great fitness ideas in your inbox on a regular basis.

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Sun Bum Sunscreen and LotionIf you want the ultimate skin protection, this dynamic duo has got you covered! While under the sun, use the moisturizing sunscreen for protection, and afterward, apply the cooling aloe lotion for hydration.

I’ll admit, the oncology nurse in me was very excited to see this included in the July summer box! The sunscreen goes on smooth and has a great smell (reminds me of the beach). I haven’t tested it in the sun yet, but I’ll let you know when I do! Besides, who doesn’t love the smell of the beach? :0)

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Dang Foods Toasted Coconut ChipsSatisfy your Summer cravings the healthy way with these coconut chips. Non-GMO, gluten-free, and vegan, these chips can be eaten straight out of the bag or sprinkled onto just about anything for a delicious treat.

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If you like coconut, you’ll love the taste of these! Light, crispy, just a hint of sweetness…yum. Each bag contains 2 servings, which is a decent amount to me! Love these!

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French Bull Ziggy Salad ServersYour Summer BBQ won’t be complete without a colorful salad and these equally vibrant salad servers! They are scratch and shatter resistant and dishwasher safe, making them a long-lasting household staple.

How cute are these? I love the chic-ness about the design. Dishwasher safe, too? Sounds like a deal to me! I can’t wait to use these at my next family gathering – everyone’s going to love them!

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Michael Stars Beach Hat – Hats are a stylish and practical necessity when it comes to long, leisurely days outside in the heat of Summer, but can be a pain to pack for vacation. That’s why we love this hat – it’s bendable and flexible, making it ideal for travel!

The first thing that I noticed about this hat was the bendable rim - it’s perfect for tucking away in a carry on for a plane ride to a vacation destination. I can’t wait to take this one on our cruise next February!

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Helloooo Castaway Cay, here I come…with my new hat!  (Sorry about the puffy eyes – I wasn’t fully awake yet!)

So, there you have it, Pop Sugar’s July Must Have Box!

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Happy Summer!

Disclaimer: POPSUGAR provided me with a complimentary POPSUGAR Must Have box. The opinions I have shared about the box are my own and POPSUGAR did not tell me what to say or how to say it.

Do you travel on vacation with hats? Are they smashed into your suitcase or do you wear them while travelling, carry them with your carry on, etc.?

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Recipe: Almond Butter Banana Waffles (Paleo)

It’s been a while since I shared a recipe with you guys. Several weeks ago, I said that I was attempting to find a mostly grain-free pancake/waffle recipe that I enjoyed. I’ve tried so many recipes in the past (paleo friendly, too) that I didn’t care for. After much trial and error, I realized the almond flour and/or coconut flour ingredient was throwing the texture off for me.

Last week, Paleo Grubs posted a recipe for freezer-friendly waffles (borrowed from Taylor Made It Paleo), so I thought I would give it a try. I tweaked the recipe for my own personal preferences, and I loved it!  These waffles are GOOD, y’all. Seriously…I actually want to eat them! They are so good in fact, I decided to share them with you today!

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Almond Butter Banana Waffles (Paleo)
Adapted from: Taylor Made It Paleo

Ingredients:

  • 2 medium ripe bananas, mashed
  • 2 eggs
  • 3/4 cup almond butter (or nut-butter of your choice)
  • 2 tbsp pure maple syrup
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 1 tbsp arrowroot flour (I used cornstarch because it’s what I had on hand)
  • 1 tbsp cinnamon
  • 1/8 tsp nutmeg
  • 1/2 tsp baking soda
  • Optional: 1/4 cup chopped walnuts (or pecans)
  • Optional: fruit for topping

Sidenote: I didn’t have arroworoot powder on hand, so I substituted cornstarch instead (which no longer made them paleo but that was ok with me. If you want a strictly paleo recipe, don’t substitute with cornstarch.)

Directions:

Pre-heat waffle iron to desired temperature. Gather ingredients.

Combine all ingredients in a food processer. Process until smooth.

Pour batter into waffle iron and voila! Easy as pie!

Top with your favorite fruit or syrup topping, serve, and enjoy!

Serving size: 6 waffles (depending on the size of your waffle iron); 250 calories per waffle

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This recipe made six waffles for me. I was able to freeze the extra and I’ve been eating on them all week! Pop them into a toaster when you’re ready for breakfast and they are ready to go!

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I enjoyed these waffles on Saturday with eggs and turkey bacon after my long run. The iced coffee was pretty delicious, too!

Almond Butter Waffles

This week, I’ve eaten a waffle with my coffee every morning for breakfast. Know what would make these taste even better? A fresh fruit topping…sad times, I’m out of fresh fruit. I need to go grocery shopping, like bad.

Anyway, let me know if you try these out and what you think about them! I hope you enjoy them as much as I do!

Are you a waffles or pancake kinda person?

Monday, July 21, 2014

Rainy Weekend

Happy Monday! I hope you all had a great weekend! On Friday, I shared that my #1 goal for the weekend was to catch up on my sleep and (thankfully), I got to do just that! Rainy weekends are the best for sleeping, aren’t they? :0)

Friday afternoon, I took a 2 hour nap after work. I debated sleeping in on Saturday morning and skipping my run, but I felt better after my nap. (Don’t we all think more clearly once we’ve had sleep?)

Saturday morning, I woke up and prepared for a rainy day long run. I left my phone in my car, wore a visor, etc. Guess what? It didn’t rain until AFTER we were finished running. Seriously, we got in our cars to drive away and that’s when it began to rain.

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I had my visor for rain and didn’t end up needing it. Had I not worn my visor and brought my phone along on my run, the rain would have started right away. Story of my life!

Rainy Weekend

After my run, I came home and made breakfast instead of eating out elsewhere. I decided to try my hand at grain-free waffles (no coconut flour or almond flour, either)…and they were pretty darn good if I do say so myself!

Know what I did after breakfast? I took another 2 hour nap! :D

Whatever I'm getting Cheese Frieds Shirt

On Saturday night, Jason and I went out for dinner and a little shopping. Yes, I convinced him to go shopping with me! We found this shirt at the mall and I immediately sent a picture to a few cross-fit friends of mine! Hilarious!

Sunday morning, we went to Church then had lunch with my parents. After we returned home, I attempted to finish up a few things in the backyard while fighting off wasps. UGH. Red wasps were everywhere – seriously, at least 5 of them were flying around. Wasps + me = no go. Ah well, at least I finished what I needed to do!  I also cleaned out the garage – which needed it in a BAD way. It looks SO much better now!

Another weekend DIY project  we began looks a lot like this:

Tile Floor DIY

Yes, I know I said I would NEVER do another DIY project ever again. Guess what? My husband is in charge of this one! :0) After attempting to contact multiple floor guys about changing out the tile, we spoke with someone at Lowe’s who reassured us that replacing three tiles on our own would be ok…so we’ll see what happens.  Watch a youtube video, he said….it will be easy, he said…well, I’ve heard all of that before….which is why I’m staying out of this project!

I figure if it looks horrible, we will call someone to come fix it. Never know until you try! We must be really brave…or just really dumb. Guess we’ll see in the end!

Frozen Rice Crispy Treat

Last but  not least, I received a surprise on Sunday! A friend of mine just returned from Disney and brought a few rice crispy treats to me! As an added “surprise”, she even threw a Frozen one in the mix! Love it! I can’t remember if I said this already or not, but she got engaged on her recent WDW trip!  Her fiancĂ© proposed on the side of the castle by the wishing fountain. I’m so glad her family caught the whole thing on video – I was dying to see how it all played out!

How do you spend your time on rainy weekends?

July Pop Sugar

P.S. – Keep your eye out for a review of the Pop Sugar July Must Have Box on the blog this week!

Friday, July 18, 2014

Fitness Friday–7/18 & Injury Prevention

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Currently training for: Disney’s Wine & Dine Half Marathon
 
SaturdayBaby Shower Day (a friend’s, not mine), no run
Sunday – 5 mile run in the rain (I enjoyed it!)
Monday –  3 mile run – low humidity! YAY
Tuesday –   2.5 miles with Jason
Wednesday – Rest day, although it wasn’t actually a “rest”…no down time after work…long story, even longer day.
Thursday – 3 mile run
Friday – Haven’t decided yet – getting off of work early, going to see how I feel.

This weekend, I plan on catching up on sleep. Last week and the weekend completely wore me out, so I’m hoping to have a chance to sleep in at least one day this weekend!

Recently, I began training for Fall/Spring marathon season. With new rounds of training comes new potential injuries. My goal this year is to run my races pain free and I’m doing everything in my power to reach this goal!

My number one running necessity is a foam roller. Without a roller, I’m not running.

Foam Rollers

My foam roller collection consists of:
Rumble Roller

After using foam rollers for the past two years, I finally found one that WORKS for me. Some people swear by The Stick – I swear by the Rumble Roller. Last year, I randomly stumbled upon this roller at Dick’s Sporting Goods and tested it out in the store (yes, I’m one of those)…

I’m not gonna lie, this foam roller HURTS…but it’s a “hurts so good” kind of hurt…and after testing it out, I knew I had to have one. Jason bought a Rumble Roller for me for Christmas…you know you’re a runner when….yeah.

Never foam rolled before? No worries – prior to my first experience with the foam roller, I googled and researched to ensure proper form. My running coach once said, “If it hurts like crazy, you’re doing it right!”

Here’s a few sites I found helpful to me
Another necessity in injury prevention is an ice pack. Recently, I was contacted by the guys at TheraPearl to review their hot/cold sports pack.

Prior to using TheraPearl, I relied on bulky ice packs and frozen reusable cold packs that never stayed in place. I often fall asleep with an ice pack around my knee, so I was excited to test the TheraPearl, complete with sports strap!

Thera Pearl

I love that the TheraPearl is movable and forms to the area of the body it’s placed on (even frozen)! Another feature I love about the TheraPearl (I’m totally a nurse-geek for this one) is the fact that it holds heat/cold for the recommended 20 minute time span!

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Guess what? This product is available at Target stores nationwide! TheraPearl is also available for purchase at Amazon.com.

Last but not least, my third and final running necessity is a good sports cream. I’ve tried everything from Icy Hot to Bengay patches to BioFreeze and Atomic Balm.

The aforementioned creams/gels all have a certain odor to them – which works in the sports realm. However, said odor does not work in the professional work force realm, especially when dealing with cancer patients who might have an aversion to certain smells.

Enter REgel. A few weeks ago, REgel contacted me for a review of their product and I agreed.

ReGel

REgel is not just a pain reliving cream, it was created to help relieve pain, repair damage, and help athletes recover from soreness after a workout.

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Guess what? REgel does NOT have an odor at all, which means I can use it while at work! Apart from relieving symptoms, REgel helps promote healing and long term recovery. All right up my alley, and it works. I love this stuff!

Along with a product sample, Thach (the creator of REgel) also offered a few extra IT Band exercises to add to my normal routine which was incredibly nice of him! I plan on sharing my entire IT Band exercise routine with you guys next week.

Thanks TheraPearl and REgel for this opportunity!

Disclaimer: I was supplied product from TheraPearl and REgel at no cost of my own. Even so, all opinions stated above are original and belong to me. 


What’s your favorite injury prevention tip? Have you found something that works well for you? Please share! 



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