Running Posts

runDisney news November 13-November 19, 2017

Hi everyone! It’s hard to believe 2017 is winding down, but we have so much to look forward to this holiday season, at Disney Parks, and at home with friends and family. Wishing you all a joyous kickoff to the holiday season with Thanksgiving on Thursday! And if you have an upcoming trip to Disney, congratulations! It is sure to be even more magical. As for runDisney news, not much has happened in the past week, as we eagerly anticipate some medal reveals for Princess Half and Dark Side Half, but I think those will come soon! In the meantime, here’s what you may have missed:

WDW Marathon Training Update


Hi everyone! We’re SEVEN weeks away from the Walt Disney World Marathon! And it’s officially the holiday season. Coming up this week we have Thanksgiving, family obligations, and of course tempting treats at every corner. I for one will savor our thanksgiving meal and TRY not to overindulge (read: make myself sick) but hey, we’ve been working hard! We deserve to enjoy ourselves! And I need my gravy and stuffing! And monkey bread! And mashed potatoes! Oh boy. To get ready, I made sure I trained as hard as I could this past week. Here’s what my recent training week looked like:

runDisney news November 6-November 12, 2017


“That’s A Wrap!” – the 2017 runDisney season is officially over. Congratulations to all who participated in the whirlwind back-to-back race weekends at Walt Disney World’s Disney’s Wine & Dine Half Marathon Weekend Presented by MISFIT and the Disneyland Super Heroes Half Marathon Weekend this past weekend! Believe it or not, the next race weekend is the Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend Presented by Cigna, kicking off the 2018 season! GAH! I am so excited. For now, here’s the latest runDisney news:

WDW Marathon Training Update

We’re 8 weeks away from WDW Marathon Weekend and are at a crucial point in our training! Days are getting shorter, temperatures are dropping, and the holidays are right around the corner. Not to fear, friends! We CAN do it all! Now more than ever we need to be strategic about planning for the week and taking things one day at a time. This past week I balanced work and social commitments, and still felt like I had plenty of time to train. Here’s what my week looked like:

How To Run In The Cold: Top 8 Tips

It’s that time of year, friends! The days are shorter, colder, sometimes windier and snowier (if you live in the Northeast like me!) You’re registered for an upcoming winter/spring race and still have to get those miles in, so what’s the best way? Running outside! Find your inner adventurer and check out my top 8 tips for running in the cold.