The running has been sporadic lately. I could tell you that it’s still scorching here in Texas, that I’m so tired from 5 a.m. wakeup calls and from taking care of a 3-month old, but those are just small roadblocks. Those are just things I could work around or push through.
A few weeks before I even received my Shady Rays, I noticed a friend of mine rocking them at a baseball game. I didn't even have to ask what he thought of them:
When it comes to running, I’m a numbers person. I like to see all the metrics I can: What was my pace? How far did I go? What was the weather like?
It’s hard not to get bogged down (or really sidetracked) by all the information we can get from our runs, but I love seeing it. I
And that’s why I love Athlinks.
I busted out my Lumo tracker a few days ago because I feel like my running form has been all off. Ever since taking a (short) break after the BMW Dallas Half Marathon, I’ve been dealing with neck and shoulder pain after I run, which typically points to a problem with my form.