Celebrate the holidays by exchanging cards with your running friends. Join us Thursday December 1st at 6:00 pm for the third annual RunK2J Holiday Card Run. Meet upstairs between the pool and rink observation areas at Walter Baker. Come out for a run, sign some Holiday Cards and bring them along. As you pass otherContinue reading “Run K2J Run -The Holiday Card Edition”
2022 Boston Marathon Race Report. The short version it was just like racing back in 2019.
Thank you to everyone who supported RunK2J and joined us for a pandemic year of running around. You make running fun! See you all in 2022!
A few tips for your first race.
More answers to your running questions. If you missed it Running 101 can be found here. How often should I run? If you want to improve you need to run at least three days a week, four days a week is better, five days a week is great, six days a week is pushing it aContinue reading “Running 201”
Thanks to everyone who came out for our second annual Ugly Sweater Run. Congratulations to this year’s winners See you all next year!
RunK2J took on the CMTR Winter Scavenger Hunt Relay Run. 9 runners, 9 hours of running and only a little freezing rain! Great to see you all virtually!
Some very basic nutrition advice for runners. General Nutrition Guidelines First and foremost like everyone you need to start with eating a healthy balanced diet. Canada’s Food Guide has some good basic information for healthy everyday eating habits. Runners who don’t want to lose weight may need more calories but unless you are training regularlyContinue reading “Nutrition on the Run”
Thursday December 3rd Thanks to everyone who came out and donated and a special thanks to Susan for doing the actual drop off! Same Loop, Same Time! In the spirt of the season and reusing. Bring something useful from around your house that could be used by someone else. We will leave a box byContinue reading “Run K2J Run and Greet #3 Run ReRun Edition”
A great race report, written in Randy’s signature style. Things I learned on my run (Quarantine BYU #2 edition): -Insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result -A backyard ultra is running the same 6.7k loop over and over until you (or everyone else) quits. -The loop is theContinue reading “The Backyard Quarantine Ultra 2020 Race Report by Randy Cocek”