Running in the Philadelphia area continues to grow and grow. From the races to beautiful trails and places to run to great groups, we consider ourselves very lucky to be surrounded by such a wonderful running community. Here's who we're running with this this week:
The countdown to the Broad Street Run is on. Thinking about 10 weeks of training can be overwhelming so we put together 10 tips fo training for 10 miles.
For some, the journey with a brain tumor may be a month; some a year, some 5 years, and some for over a decade. My journey started in the fall of 2012 which was the beginning of my senior year of high school. I remember feeling sicker than I had ever felt in my entire life, and it lasted for weeks. Those weeks led to months, and months eventually led to years. I would vomit just about every day until the discovery of a brain tumor saved my life. That’s right, I went through most of my entire journey with a brain tumor that myself, my family, and medical professionals didn’t even know was there. This was until the day I first noticed I was seeing double. At first it was gradual, like when I looked out to my right while on the golf course or in my college classes, but it became constant just hours later. Things were heading downhill fast.
Hello! My name is Isa and I’m 12 years old and a Cadette in Girl Scout Troop 9934. I’m from Philadelphia, PA, and I’ve attended St. Margaret’s School since 1st grade. I’ve been a part of the Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania since Kindergarten, when I was a Daisy. I loved it then, and I still love it now!
The countdown to the Broad Street Run is on. Thinking about 10 weeks of training can be overwhelming so we put together 10 tips for 10 weeks to 10 miles.
The Philly Mayor's Cup is less than 2 weeks away and we can't wait! What's the Mayor's Cup you say? It's an annual gathering of runners for a day at the races.
5 Events. 1 Day. 1 Start & Finish line.
The beer mile is one of the running cultures most popular races, a true testament of endurance, and also beer drinking ability.
As the weather is getting nicer and opportunities to train outside become more frequent, consider running for a good cause! Local nonprofit organization, the Multiple Sclerosis Association of America, is a beneficiary of several endurance events in the Greater Philadelphia Area, and they are looking for motivated runners to join Team MSAA!