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I let Mark convince me into signing up for a 5k at Pinchot Park last week. I’ve never run a race before in my life – never actually been in any kind of race – biking or otherwise – in my adult life. I was a little nervous. I was going to run the 5k and Mark was going to run the 10k.
I knew if I was going to do it, I would have to bring Foxy, so I was relieved to find out that dogs were allowed.
Saturday was chilly but that didn’t stop the No Sweat team from participating in the Race Against Racism at the YWCA on Market Street and having a blast doing it.
To me, people who got into drugs and ruined their lives were people who were raised by parents who didn’t care or were nonexistent. They were people who likely had no morals or standards by which to live. I was always taught to “just say no” and I couldn’t understand how hard of a concept that was for others to grasp. Four years ago, I got into a relationship with an addict.
Why do you run? Are you a competitive runner, racing to improve your time? Do you run to stay fit and healthy? Are you a social runner, completing fun runs with friends? Are you a new runner seeking to accomplish … Continue reading
It felt good to hit a running milestone — a 5-mile run.
Information from the race website: We’re back at the scenic Snyder Family Farm for our 4th Annual Sasquatch Preservation Trail Run, an entirely off-road cross-country and trail run. This property is permanently preserved by the Farm & Natural Lands Trust … Continue reading
I’m finally going to kick myself in the behind and get moving again. I ran my first 5K earlier this year during the York YWCA‘s Race Against Racism. My workouts have gone from good to OK to convincing myself to … Continue reading
It’s been a few months since I decided to run my first 5K and blog about the experience. I worked with Tara Neff from York YWCA to prepare for the Race Against Racism in April. For six weeks, I struggled … Continue reading
I run a major media company based in York, PA. Before this I had a key role in a corporate office in Denver. I’ve led the charge to create digital offerings at some of the largest publishing companies in the … Continue reading
On Saturday, June 28, York Habitat supporters will drop their hammers and don their running shoes to help local, lower-income families realize their dreams of home ownership! This year marks the 11th anniversary of York Habitat’s annual 5K, presented by WellSpan Sports Medicine, … Continue reading