We all have our own reasons we run. For some it’s to get in shape or lose some of those excess pounds. For others it’s to relieve stress or serves as our therapy. While others, it’s purely the competition. For me it has been a combination of all of those things. Lately though, because of some nagging injuries, I’ve found myself thinking about this topic a bit more. And then I came across a story of a friend that really put everything back into perspective for me.
We are pretty fortunate to have Pikes Peak as our playground right in our own backyard.
We couldn’t ask for a more beautiful sight when out for an early morning run?!
I’d like to start my blog by acknowledging a few bloggers from the previous teams. I have thoroughly enjoyed reading about Brandon’s adventures over this past two years. From the monthly Pikes Peak summits, to Incline-athon, Stationary Elliptical Marathon, and most recently on his amazing finish in Fruita despite being “untrained.” Brandon’s blogs keep me motivated to keep getting out there. I’ve also enjoyed reading JT’s blogs, mainly because they make me laugh and remind me not to take…Continue