It’s beginning to look a lot like the off-season! The interwebs is full of off-season running tips this week, whilst I’m finally ramping up for my next FKT attempt in December. If you have FOMO, hit me up and I’ll tell you about how you can virtually join or support the next speed record attempt.
This week’s roundup is coming to you from perhaps the second most wonderful place in the United States, Portland, Oregon. Alas, I’m not going to make it to Eugene, but let’s face it: anything touched by Nike has sort of lost its luster. At least, it has for me.
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It’s finally here – my favorite day of the year – November first. This is the day I wait for all year long, the day that tempts me with tantalizing teasers, yet I resist. November 1 is the day in which I can officially start to listen to holiday music. Don’t @ me.
However, that’s not why you’re here, and most of the news this week is firmly rooted in October. So while you might expect a running Christmas playlist from me soon, today I’ll just stick with the best women’s running links from the past week.
Just in time for Halloween weekend, it seems that the weather has cooled down everywhere but Palm Springs (which is also where I happen to be writing from this week). Either way, the world turns and the running news keeps on churning. Here are my notable links from this week.
Huge running weekend! Did you miss out? Don’t worry – we’ve got all the news you need to know below the jump.
Good morning from Golden, Colorado, where the weather is fine, and it is definitely
winter autumn. Let’s get to this week’s women’s running news (and, well, any other news that I think is relevant, important, or interesting).
Hey again, and happy autumn. Except it’s not autumn here, like at all. But the news keeps coming, and I keep telling you about it every Friday in the weekly roundup. Read more >>
Happy Friday! We’re bringing back a Salty Running tradition – the weekly roundup – and putting a new spin on it. The new weekly roundup is my hot take on what you should read from the interwebs from the world of (women’s) running that week. Some of the links will relate to training, others to specific experiences of women runners – some will focus on major women’s accomplishments in running and race updates. And others will relate to running, maybe tangentially, but in ways that I hope will be enlightening, empowering, or motivating. Look for it in your feeds and on the site every Friday. Read more >>
Track is back! Indoor season has begun, which means we can geek out early on. Marathon season is ramping up, too. This week’s highlights:
It’s a new year, Salties! We’re bringing back the Monday roundtable and giving it an update. We’ll be using this Monday morning space to share the awesome stuff happening in the world of running (and beyond) and as a space to discuss all that with you all. And, get excited: #SALTYCHAT IS BACK! Join us on Twitter at 8 p.m. EST tonight to join in the conversation!
It’s that time of year again, ladies! Whether you’re welcoming summer with open arms or hissing at the sun and shrinking back into your air-conditioned sanctuary, we’re with you all the way through August.
Except for Basil, who’s in Alaska, and Peppadew, in South Africa. They’re laughing at the rest of us while enjoying temperatures in the 50’s (°F). Even they know what it’s like to slog away through blistering heat though!
That said, it’s a good thing there is a wealth of knowledge here at Salty Running to get your motor running even on the hottest of sunny days! More after the jump! Read more >>
Man oh man, I love a good roundup, and I rather like to do it all on its own, the way we used to.
“But where’s the Comment of the Week!?” you shout at your computer screen, wondering what demon has overtaken Cinnamon’s typing fingers, “How do I find out who this week’s lucky winner is!?”
It’s easy. It’s in the next post. You can click this link.
But first, here’s this week’s oldskool roundup:
Chipotle kicked us off with a swell post about a swell buddy. She’s found a running friend so perfect she thinks they’re Sole Mates! If you have a sole mate too, tell us about her (or him)!
At 22 Weeks, Salty’s Postpartum Running Update heralds Salty‘s return to racing, with a 5k for her local YMCA. And finally, her “big” kids are old enough to race too!
And since it’s racing season, a lot of us can use a reminder that Getting Faster Is Simple. but It’s Not Easy, so we reran this classic Salty post. Shakeweight!
Cilantro has been an accidental vegetarian for weeks, and now she’s Embracing the Label. It’s just the kick in the pants she needed to get her nutrition back on track. Does labeling your diet help you eat right?
Just one week after tying the knot, Mr. and Mrs. Ginkgo had their first race together as newlyweds! (Congratulations, you crazy kids!) But what happens when you spend the weeks before your half marathon planning a wedding instead of sprinting a track? Find out in her Cap City Half Marathon Race Recap!
And just in time for Mother’s Day, Vanilla brings us a sweet Friday 5 with 5 Ways to Celebrate Mother’s Day by Running. None of the suggestions will smell quite as nice as the flowers you’ll be buying last-minute, but they’re sure to encourage some serious togetherness.
And someone very special won Comment of the Week! Who was it…?
Salty kicked us off with another installment of her Postpartum Running Update – Week 16. Between Baby and two other little kids, how does she fit it all in? Read to find out!
In case you’ve been wondering if Clove’s heavy training has contributed to her infertility, Clove’s Training and Fertility Treatment Log: Week 1, Cycle Two gets right down to it and explains her doctor’s opinion on the matter.
Ever wonder what people mean by “running the tangents?” Licorice explains how to maximize your PR by minimizing your distance in: Running the Tangents: Why Your GPS Thinks Every Race Course is Long
Hey, remember Paprika? She’s still out there studying runners’ psychology for her masters thesis, and now she’s looking for runners to complete a quick survey about their running: Paprika’s Master’s Thesis and How You Can Help!
On this week’s Ask-a-Salty: Harnessing the Post-Marathon Bounce, Salty details out her plan for bouncing back from a marathon, balancing recovery with maintaining peak fitness.
For the first time in a long time, we’re welcoming a new blogger onto Salty! Introducing Chipotle: She Eats Miles for Breakfast
Salty brought us a Friday 5 just in time for Easter with 5 Things to do with Stale Peeps
And then on Easter Sunday itself, Mace showed how we can Run Like a Rabbit this Easter by sharing her favorite book about running, The Country Bunny and the Little Gold Shoes.
And that’s the roundup!
This week’s cowgirl wisdom: “Don’t let so much reality into your life that there’s no room left for dreamin’.”
The October excitement continued this week as we introduced the second half of our new class of bloggers. Welcome Cilantro, Licorice and Coriander!
Rosemary is her own biggest critic, but she managed to impress even herself in Lessons From My Surprise 10k PR
Get to know Cilantro in her introductory post! She’s a gluten-free runner who’s achieved amazing weight loss.
It’s not just a bandwagon thing. Read about how Thyme transitioned to minimalist running in Five-Finger Fling: My Conversion to Running in Vibrams.
When was the last time you had a fan club at your race? Oh, like, never? Mace is in the same boat: The Lone Racer: Tips for Racing Alone.
Check out Licorice in her introductory post! She’s a certified Triathlon coach, Physical Therapy student and back-of-the-pack runner trying to recover fitness after knee surgery.
Nutmeg ran her first 5k yesterday (WAY TO GO MEG!)…in a gorilla suit. Before the race, she had a few misgivings, the primary being that she had agreed to race in a gorilla suit. On Your Mark. Get Set. GO-Rilla
Now that her hectic role helping coordinate the Columbus Marathon is over, Clove is back to us, and she has BIG NEWS! Welcome Back, Clove!
Meet Coriander in her introductory post! Another big weight loss achiever, she’s now a marathoner-turned-ultrarunner.
Ask-A-Salty is back this week, with a great question from reader Jackie. Jackie just completed a fall marathon and is planning another marathon relatively soon. She wants to know how to jump right into the next training cycle. Ask-a-Salty – Training From One Marathon to the Next
Hey cool! Check out Women’s Running Magazine this month and you’ll see a little Salty sprinkled on Page 51: Salty in Women’s Running Magazine!
Ginger had some great race success at Columbus, and is embarking on a new phase of her running life: Welcome to the Next Level: The Columbus Half-Marathon. Looks like those big dreams are paying off!
It’s good to give back, and Sassafras tells us how to do just that with her race cheering tips: On the Sidelines: How to be a Rockin’ Race Spectator.
And Vanilla had a great race at Columbus last weekend, too! After moving away, it felt so good to come home: My Homecoming Dress is a Racing Singlet: The Columbus Half Marathon!
Friends, fall is not just the season for racing, it’s also the season for dress-up. And goodness knows I, Cinnamon love playing dress-up, so for this week’s Friday 5 I give you: 5 Tips to Make Your Halloween Costume Runnable!
Salty graced us with the second installment of her series, What to Expect from Running When You’re Expecting, a week-by-week runner’s guide to pregnancy.
And Salty Reader Kathy won Comment of the Week! Way to go, Kathy!
On-on to the next week of Amazingness here at Salty Running….and as always, thank you for reading! We are your biggest fans!
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