Blog post by Jonathan Hokama
It has been a great month to be a Chugger! From the Shamrock Run, to the Vancouver Spring Brew Fest, to our collaboration run with the Rebel Runners (not to mention our weekly Thursday night runs, three cheers for daylight!) We’ve been constantly on the go to say the least =).
Blog by Dylan Jones
I see more and more of my running mates falling victim to injury, so I think cross training is something we need to talk about. Chuggers are dropping like flies out there and if running is to be long-term thing, it’s important to do it smartly. Continue reading
Blog Post By Adam Twiggs
Running Forest Park… wow! How do I put into words how amazing this run is and how lucky I feel to live near such a beautiful, green, breathtaking area? In the past half year since I started really running this location has been one of my most favorite spots to run. Do you know that feeling you get when you meet a major celebrity? Forest Park will give you the same feeling.
Photo Credit: Adam Twiggs
On Saturday, December 13th, the Vancouver Run, Grub and Chug club met for the Park to Park 9k run along the waterfront. I recently started marathon training and needed to somehow fit in a long run that weekend so I decided to run the same route twice and get in a 10 ½ mile run. I met with Mechell at 8:30am for an early morning run along the waterfront before meeting up with the RGC group for their 9k run at 9:45am.
Group Photo from the Park to Park 9k Photo Credit: Amber Corsen
Thanksgiving time is meant to be spent with family. This is why the idea of a turkey trot with my running family seemed like the best idea. We decided to team up with Get Bold Events for a 5k/10k run at Hantwick Park in Yacolt, Washington. The race was free to run, although it was suggested that you bring non-perishable food as a donation to the North County Food Bank. That morning Mechell and I stopped by the grocery store to load up on canned foods for our donation and then set the GPS to Hantwick Park.