Archive for Month: August 2013


Marathon Training: August 18

“I think I get addicted to the feelings associated with the end of a long run.  I love feeling empty, clean, worn out, and sweat-purged.  I love the good ache of muscles that have done me proud.” -Kristin Armstrong, Olympic Athlete and author of Mile Markers: The 26.2 Most Important Reasons Why Women Run

Well said, Kristin.…


Fustercluck 5k (SQUEEEEE!!!)

“Well, butter my butt and call me a biscuit!”

Fustercluck 5k

The Fustercluck 5k is coming to SoCal for a good ol’ fashioned hillbilly race, complete with kidnappin’, watermelon seed spittin’, pie eatin’, live music and more! The first-of-its-kind race is brought to us by the folks at Mad in the USA LLC, and we can guarantee you’re in for a Fustercluckin’ EPIC time down yonder at Vail Lake in Temecula, CA.…


Foot Care for Runners – Part 2



Hopefully by now you’ve read Part 1 of our Foot Care for Runners Summer Series, which covered the basics of preparing your feet for running. In this chapter, we’re going to talk about the inevitable foot care for runners: Blisters and calluses.…

Drenched 5k - Featured

Race Review: Drenched 5k

What do you miss most about summer as a kid? Well, if you were born in the 80s like us, you probably remember tree forts, trampolines and neighborhood water fights.  While we know where to get muddy and even where to find trampolines mid-race, one thing that’s always been lacking has been the presence of water balloons and Super Soakers.…