Well, we have the Holidays upon us! Shopping, wrapping, making cookies, planning family get togethers, everything is in full swing. Somewhere in there I need to find the time to keep my training going. Working the morning shift always turns things upside down for me. I need to wake by 3:15 a.m. in order to wake enough to go out and get my run done or do weight training at the gym. I can’t just blow it off…there’s too much riding on this next year! I’ve committed to helping Mobile Meals of Toledo and refuse to let people down. Along with that, I have 30 years worth of running mileage on this body. That means that some days the lower back is tired, the feet hurt a bit, muscles want to cramp, just kind of beat up. I’ve made a return to the gym a priority to keep the muscles strong. I’ve been going to see my favorite massage therapist (Becky-Massage Works) on a more frequent basis to keep the moving parts moving! A little Advil and a lot of praying! 2015 needs to be great!
The first T-shirt campaign went well and I’m working on a test shirt to start the year off with. It will be geared for those that prefer tech shirts over a regular t-shirt. The first couple I hope to have ready shortly after the beginning of the year. I know that I must have them ready before my 10 miler on 1/25 and for sure before the A1A Half Marathon down in Florida! I want people to see the shirt and ask questions, become interested and maybe even pledge a few bucks!
Remember that the Website runzombierun.net has a donation page that links directly to Mobile Meals of Toledo. No monies go to me what so ever! This is all about the charity and helping to make it stronger. You can do one time donations, or you can just pledge a set dollar amount for each race I run…however you want to do it!
The first race will be the Midnight Special 5K run and is listed on my events calendar on runzombierun.net. It actually starts on New Years Eve but finishes in the wee hours of New Years Day. I’ll work on getting some video going for the first couple runs and have that added to the website and probably Facebook as well.
I hope everyone has a warm and wonderful Holiday season! Christmas is always a special time of year. (Even if it is cold and dark most of the time!) Keep in touch, don’t be scared to follow this blog on a regular basis. Sign up and get email notifications! Everytime I do an entry on here, it goes to Facebook as well. Share the website and talk about this crazy idea I’ve come up! Even better, come out and run along with me at a race! Love having peeps with me!
I’ll get on here again in the next day or so. If you don’t read then, Merry Christmas to you and yours. Be safe!