by Eric on August 1, 2014 · 0 comments

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Don’t Strikeout! 

To help get ready for the fall race season, the next MEAN GUY running challenge will push you to be (somewhat) consistent with your running. 

Starting August 1st and ending August 31st you will simply run and email your mileage ( as usual. However, if you miss three days in a row of running, you’re out of the challenge. To count as a run, it must be at least 1k. (That’s only 0.61 miles.)

The winners will be the runner with highest mileage and the runner that is closest to average mileage. Only mileage from runners still in the challenge will count towards the average mileage.

You can register at MEAN GUY running members will use their usual promo code (first initial last name) for free entry. Non members can pay $5 to enter.

Each winner will receive a $50 gift card to a running store of their choice. As usual, please feel free to share with all of your running friends (and enemies).


2014 4H Mud Run

by Eric
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It’s Gloucester County’s own 4H Mud Run. Run the 5k course over, under, and through mud and obstacles. The course is designed for any age, however, under 12 will need an adult to run with them. These runners will also need a parent waiver signed. All participants will need to initial and sign the 4H Mud Run Waiver. The race takes place Saturday […]

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Brew Run for Boobies

by Eric
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The Brew Run (for Boobies) is the next fun run offered by Good Day for a Run and MEAN GUY running. It is the first of its kind in South Jersey with 100% of all proceeds going towards the Susan G. Komen Foundation. The run will start and end at Carolina Blue Taproom in Pitman, NJ. The 5k course is simple […]

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Running Rules!

by Eric
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I have (almost) always been a rule follower. As a youngster, I always crossed at a corner AND at a 90 degree angle. I was told that jaywalkers would be taken away in police cars. I listened to whatever any adult ever told me to do. Aunts, uncles, grandparents, friends’ parents, teachers, coaches, bank tellers, […]

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by Fiona

Some days—running is easy. And others—it’s not. And not because my legs are heavy And not because I can’t breathe. But because of stupid, trivial details that compel me to slap the “stop” button and hastily exit the gym, crediting myself for a good effort. I donned the clothes. I scanned the card. “A” for effort, […]

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