Weekly Roundup 6.29.12

Yeehaw! We had a great week!

“Never approach a bull from the front, a horse from the rear, or a fool from any direction.” -Cowgirl proverb

Salty expressed her opinion on the reactions to recent attacks on runners: Why I Will Always Run Where I Want To

Paprika wrote about the overwhelming amount of choices when considering her racing bucket list: I Finally Ran My First-Half Marathon…Now What?

Mint was floored when she found out Jack Daniels’ recommendation for her race weight: Heavy Topic: What is Your Ideal Race Weight?

Pepper had some great insight for us on what it’s like to pace a road race: Pacing the Canton Half Marathon

Nutmeg gives us a little back story on why she runs (hint, her story is almost certainly different from yours): When Nutmeg Went Nuts

Rosemary offers an insightful introspective on cleaning up your eating habits: Know Thy Food – A Resolution Revisited

Just because it’s so good (and also because I worked a 19 hour day the day before), Salty re-posted a classic SR post from the weeks just before we launched! Rerun: Approach Your Limit. Don’t Jump the Shark.

Clove continued the pacing extravaganza by sharing what it’s like to pace a 100 mile trail race.  At Western States, no less! Into the Woods: My Pacing Adventure at the 2012 Western States 100

Ginger introduces us to 5 American Athletes to Watch as we gear up for the Summer Olympics.

And Salty Reader Debra S. won Comment of the Week!

 

That’s it for me, pardners!  After dancing all night with the cast and crew of Walter Mitty and drinking waayy too much tequila I need a good, refreshing workout.  To the bike!

Cinnamon made Salty Running, takes lots of pictures and drinks lots of coffee. By day she's a camera assistant for films and tv in New York, and by night she's on a quest for zen in the 10k. Her writing is a mix of satirical humor, finding wholeness as an average runner, cheering for runners at all paces and more.

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