Break the results rut, once and for all.
A couple years ago I decided to train to run a half marathon. My goal was to get in shape and cut my personal time down to a solid 2-hours for the 13.1 mile course. Prior to that race, I had always run to lose weight and keep my sanity. Running for speed was new territory and while timing was my goal, I assumed I would drop some weight through the process (which made me doubley-happy). Continue Reading