In an attempt to train for Saturday’s Spartan Sprint at Dodger Stadium, I decided I’d do some extra miles tonight and lo and behold, the next thing you know, I had run 6.66 miles! No, I did not plan that out; once I stopped, I checked my watch and that’s what it read. As Forest Gump once said, “I just felt like running…” A few … Continue reading Spartan Training
I know it sounds easy, but training for runs isn’t as simple as people would think. It really all depends on the type of runs you’re working towards accomplishing. Take a 5K for example, you could get away with running a bit here and there, possibly doing a few leg days at the gym, but a Half-Marathon or a Full for that matter takes much … Continue reading Training For Runs
What a perfect race to start my blogging adventure with! Today I ran the Dan “Nitro” Clark’s Gladiator Rock’n Run 5K Obstacle Race at the Anaheim Angel Stadium and let’s just say it did not disappoint, especially for a first timer to this series! The atmosphere was friendly, energetic, and overall quite exciting. It was no Spartan, but a great starter obstacle run for anyone … Continue reading Race #1: Dan “Nitro” Clark’s Gladiator Rock’n Run 5K Obstacle Race!
Thanks for joining me! My name is Daniel E. Lopez and for the last several years I have trained my butt off, running in almost every kind of race! I began small, but immediately went from 0 to 60 and haven’t stopped running. I now run at least one race a month and am constantly training to improve myself. My journey has taken me a … Continue reading The Journey Begins