This Week in Runblogging: July 21 to July 27 2014
Posted on July 27 2014
I’m going to keep this one short and sweet. I spent the last week coaching at a Masters Running Camp up in Craftsbury, VT. The schedule was incredibly hectic, with little down time, so I was only able to get two posts up. I also wasn’t able to filter much through my RSS feeds to look for recommended content. Came home on Friday to see my son perform in a Fiddler on the Roof Jr. production, now heading back up to Craftsbury for week two. I suspect I’ll be crashing hard next weekend!
Shoes I Ran in Last Week
I have no idea of my exact mileage for the week in Craftsbury, but I ran most of it in the Salomon Sense Ultra 3, Newton Kismet, Asics Gel Electro33, and a bit in the Merrell AllOut Rush. Reviews of all of the above are coming – may take on the Merrell first since I like it more as a hiking shoe than as a running shoe and it’s been in my queue for quite awhile.
Runblogger Posts from Last Week
July 25, 2014 – Recap of week one in Craftsbury – lots of photos!
July 21, 2014 – David Henry took on Meb’s racing flat and had a very positive experience.
Recommended Posts From Around the Web
1. Blogging during summer is tough. Travel and activity schedules are crazy, traffic is down (which can be stressful for a full-time blogger), people are outside and not sitting in front of their computers. Mark Matthews captures this nicely in a post titled “The Blog Days of Summer”. Sometimes I feel that taking the month of July completely off from writing would be a good idea!
2. Believe in the Run reviews the new Newton Fate. I should have a review of the Kismet soon, possibly next week, and just received a pair of the Fate in the mail. Great looking shoe!
3. Running Warehouse shares some thoughts on the Saucony Ride 7. I’ve been hearing a lot of good things about this shoe, and a guest review by Tyler Matthews should be coming soon.
4. Running Write reviews the adidas Adios Boost 2. This is another shoe that I just recently started running in, and a review should be forthcoming.