Posts Tagged by northeast
|October 12, 2014||Posted by Running at Disney under RAD Recaps|
Fall is beginning to peak here in Connecticut and the chilly temps are taking hold. Sweatshirts and scarves are coming out of hiding and I am trying to remain positive about my cold nose and toes. This weekend I was handed the Northeast Baton as part of The Northeast Bloggers Network. This is a fun project where a different blogger takes over their Instagram account for a weekend to highlight the different areas in the Northeast that we are from. It’s been a really fun project! Here is one of my favorite photos from the weekend…
This week I started my recap of the Disney Fit Challenge with a look at my anticipation leading up to the event, arriving at Walt Disney World and checking-in at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex the night before. It’s a mixed bag of feelings.
Now let’s move on to some runDisney news! This week the 2015-16 race schedule was released and there were noticeably a few things missing. Theories are abuzz around the Internets but only time will tell what all the changes really have in store.
What race or races are you looking forward to running next year?
Hope you’ve been enjoying the coverage from The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror 10-Miler Weekend so far. This week’s posts on Running By Myself…Not Really and Fueling for the Big Drop were not only great recaps of the race, but provided many useful tips for running any Disney race. Big thanks to Holly and Shannon for the great info!
While we’re on the topic of tips, John put together a great breakdown of running gear basics. There has been a water bottle debate in the comments and I would love to hear your thoughts.
Lastly now that the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival is in full swing, it was perfect that the them of this months Kill, Refurb, Marry was Festival Food Booths. Scotland was hands down my choice to marry…what’s yours??
This week I will have the rest of my recap of the Disney Fit Challenge up, as well as more coverage from Tower of Terror Weekend and Hannah will be checking in with her Mission to Marathon. I know there were a TON of you running this weekend in races all over the country including the Hartford Marathon and the Chicago Marathon. Hope you all had great races and I can’t wait to hear about them.
Have a RAD week!
|July 19, 2013||Posted by Running at Disney under Disney Dining, Friday Feast|
Have you heard that it’s HOT here in the Northeast?? No?? I think everyone is complaining about this heatwave we’re having, but honestly I’ll take this any day over the winter…remember Nemo??
However, this heat has had me wanting something cool and delicious. So of course my mind turns to Dole Whips! Now I’m a relative newbie when it comes to Dole Whips. I only had my first one a few years ago. It was my friend Don, a self-proclaimed Dole Whip addict, who convinced me that I had to try one.
So back in 2010, Don took me to Aloha Isle during Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party and I tried my first Dole Whip. I actually opted for the Swirl with vanilla ice cream and it was amazingly delicious. The fun thing about trying this during the Halloween party was that the vanilla ice cream was green!
Since then, it has been a must stop for a sweet treat while in the Magic Kingdom. I’ve stuck with the Swirl as my go-to flavor since it’s not as “pineappley” as the straight up Dole Whip.
One of my favorite variations of the Dole Whip debuted this year at Epcot’s Flower and Garden Festival – Dole Whip with Spiced Rum! Of course I had to try this! While it was delicious, it was basically just a Dole Whip and the rum didn’t add or detract anything from it. Would I get it again? Um…yes!
Sigh…I wish I had any one of these variations in my hand right now while the temps are 100 degrees outside.
Do you like Dole Whips? What is your favorite kind…Original, Float, Swirl, Spiced Rum?
|May 19, 2013||Posted by Running at Disney under RAD Reads, RAD Recaps, Weekly Review|
I spent this weekend at the CrossFit Games Northeast Regionals. What an AMAZING display of athleticism. I was so inspirational to watch these athletes compete and share in both their successes and heartaches. Full report coming later this week!
No RAD Reads from me this week as life has gotten in the way of my blog reading…I hate when that happens! But I did post some fun things…check them out!
This week was not as impressive as last and I missed out on 2 training runs, but overall it was pretty good. Here are my workouts for the week and to view a complete list of WODs, visit my dailymile page.
Sunday: 3.07 miles
Monday: CrossFit: Back Squats
Wednesday: CrossFit: 22 min Amrap
Thursday: 1.69 mile run with 10 hill repeats & CrossFit: Swings, Slams & Sprints
Saturday: 5.5 miles walking at CrossFit Games
This week is going to be very busy with work and then travel for Memorial Day Weekend, but I’m hoping to stick with my Dumbo training plan the best I can. What does your training week look like?