Sunday, February 24, 2013


Alright guys, I need some input. I've had a serious comment spam problem lately, and I'm deleting over 20 comments worth of spam per day. So I've changed the comments to needing word verification. I hate word verification because I feel like you can never read the words that they want you to copy, but the only other option is only allowing registered users to post, and I've had some good anonymous comments in the past. Comment moderation isn't an option because then I have the exact same issue...weeding through comments to see what's legit and what's spam. We're all busy, and I don't have time for spammers. So I'm going to ask my readers...what say you? Leave it with word verification or change it to registered commenters only? Thanks!

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Gear Review: Brooks PureCadence 2

As some of you may know, I do some of my running in the Brooks Racer ST 5 mild stability flat. It's not an overly stable shoe, and gives me a firmer platform and a touch of support for those days when the training is getting to me and my ankles could use the support. With this in mind, the Brooks PureCadence 2 seemed like a reasonable alternative for those days, so when Brooks contacted me to ask if I was interested in reviewing the second iteration PureCadence, I jumped at the opportunity.

Monday, February 11, 2013

Gear Review & Blast from the Past: Nike Zoom Kennedy XC on Running Shoes Guru

Just a little something I did for fun over at Running Shoes Guru. More a reminiscing over my old college cross-country spikes than a true review. If you feel like giving it a vote, feel free to click on the Facebook "Like" button in the post, but no pressure. Check it!

Sunday, February 10, 2013

Guest Post: Bikram Yoga by Valerie Johnston of Healthline

Recently, Tracy Rose from Healthline got in touch with me about writing a guest post for my blog. We talked a bit about a topic that might be of interest, and decided to go with something yoga-related since yoga is something that can complement running, but that I know nothing about and can't really do much posting about myself. Well, she's gotten back to me with an article on hot yoga by Valerie Johnston of Healthline. Enjoy, and if you have any questions, you can reach Healthline's Twitter account here!
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