What’s next?

Disclaimer: I received free entry to the Madrid RnR Half race as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review find and write race reviews! So far, 2019 isn't really going the way I planned. I had to start heart medication, had to... Continue Reading →

Venloop 10k race review

The plan was to run the half marathon at the Venloop in preparation for Edinburgh marathon, but as usual these days, things didn’t go according to plan. I still don’t have a lot of energy since being on the new heart medication, so I decided to run the 10k instead. The start is about 400... Continue Reading →

Stevensloop Race review

The initial plan was to run the half marathon at the City Pier City in Den Haag on the 10th of March, but due to a storm that race got cancelled. Which was too bad, but it kind of worked out for me in the end. So, I started looking at other races and decided... Continue Reading →

Goodr running sunglasses review

We as runners go out and run in all sorts of weather conditions and that's why we have all sorts of gear for every weather condition. We have jackets for when it's windy or raining and we have gloves and hats for when it's cold and shorts for when it's warm. And when it's sunny,... Continue Reading →

First impressions: Saucony Freedom ISO 2

I've never tried Saucony before, this is my first pair by this brand. However, I did hear good things about their Everun midsole material. Maximum cushioned shoes are my preferred type of running shoe and every brand has it's own cushioned material. For Saucony, that's Everun. So I was curious to try it out. I... Continue Reading →

Finding the right running shoe for you

I love reviewing running products. That's because curiosity is one of my main character traits. I'm genuinely curious about how products work and the pros and cons of a product. That's why I don't only write reviews, but also like reading reviews from other runners. Do I read reviews before buying running shoes? Yes, I... Continue Reading →

Looking back and 2019 goals

The year 2018 is almost over and thus it is time to reflect, but it is also the time to make new goals for the new year. I never really set time related goals for myself, because with my condition I'm not really sure what's within the realm of possibility.  I don't want to set... Continue Reading →

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