The new Wave Inspire 12 has the lightweight support you need to farther and longer.
Tried and true tech
Last week I received a complimentary Vox Box for testing purposes.
It actually arrived right around the same time as Hurricane Joaquin, which was fortuitous!
The first thing I reached for was the Fisher Nut Exactly snack bites. They were the perfect snack during the Giants game. Almond popcorn dipped in chocolate? Yes, please! I had to put the bag away before I ate the whole thing! 15 calories a piece is all fine and good until you eat the whole bag!
Have you ever done a race so many times that you arrive on race day with grand expectations? The Race for the Cure has always been one of my favorite races. It was my very first 5k, and this year was my 6th year running it. I almost failed because of Hurricane Joaquin, and the crazy weather. And then I remembered all of the great companies handing out swag, all of the fun entertainment before the race, and all of the food before and after the race. It was always a great time!
Imagine my surprise when I arrived at great adventure and they directed me to a different parking lot. It was a much smaller lot and it's usually were the race started and ended. I figured that this was because they had made a new route for the race, which included running through the Safari. I was super excited about running through the Safari, so I didn't mind the craziness of a new parking lot.
I could see right away that things were different this year. There were no tents for the teams, and there are very few tense for companies that are usually there. I am so glad I brought my own granola bar because this year there were no companies handing out yogurt, granola bars, or any other food for that matter. I did eventually find a representative from ShopRite who was handing out water bottles and mini muffins.
Ford was also there handing out their Ford cares scarves and of course Komen was there and they had a wheel to spin where you can choose a scarf or a collapsible water bottle.
It looks like Race for the Cure is going to be a thing! Hurricane Joaquin 0, Runners 1.
I have been going back and forth about whether or not to run it, but I haven't raced since July 4, so im.going for it. I have my outfit all picked out, and I'm ready to go. Cross your fingers for me, it could still be rainy and windy!
With Hurricane Joaquin playing chicken with the East Coast, I am pretty sure there will be no race this weekend.
I was signed up for my 5th Race for the Cure (I think, I have lost count!) with the teenie and her old high school, but it's not looking good!
In any case, I haven't even made a Flat Mama so I will leave you with a pic of the pretty new shoes I would have worn.
Review to come......