Holiday Giveaway-C3fit Sleeves & Socks

Drum roll please.... I'm excited to announce the next installment of My Favorite Gear Holiday Giveaway: C3fit! My C3fit compression gear has become my go-to for all my training and racing adventures. And for this one, I'm giving away a pair of C3fit Performance Sleevesand a pair of Arch Support Ankle Socks to one lucky winner!

Holiday Giveaway-Orange Mud VP2

Next up on My Favorite Gear Holiday Giveaway is the Orange Mud HydraQuiver Vest Pack 2! No doubt you've seen me sporting this hydration pack for the last few years, and it's still going strong. Now it's your chance to WIN one just like mine!

Holiday Giveaway-XX2i USA1 Pro Kit

Let's kick off the My Favorite Gear Holiday Giveaway.. in STYLE! Thanks to the amazing folks at XX2i optics, THREE people will have a chance to win a USA1 Pro kit.

My Favorite Gear Holiday Giveaway

For me, the holidays are all about giving. A chance to give back to my friends and family, thanking them for being there for me. I wish I had the funds to give EVERYONE in my life a gift this holiday. But it doesn't always pan out that way.

What I CAN do is give back to YOU, my social followers, who inspire me on a daily basis and help motivate me when I need it most! I'm excited to announce My Favorite Gear Holiday Giveaway.

Getting Spartan Strong with InsideTracker

We've all been there. Our training hits a plateau. No matter how much harder we run/lift, we seem to be in a training rut. Can't get any faster. Strength seems to be as good as it's going to get. I was definitley there. The only thing that was increasing were my injuries.

I felt that my nutrition really needed some work. But all the diets out there are so generic. No carbs. No meat. They go on and on. But which one was right for ME? I felt like I NEEDED carbs and meat...the only thing left to do was see where my personal nutrition was lacking and "take a selfie from the inside" as InsideTracker calls it.

Crushing Spartan Race Big Bear

The Sprint at Spartan Big Bear was no picnic. But I wouldn't have it any other way. It was a challenge that I took head on (after two back to back half-marathons). So I thought it would take every ounce of me to get through this race. Yet I ended up surprising myself!