InstaReplay: Red Rock Relay Park City

After the St. George Marathon last weekend, I’m now on the tapering end of my training for the Pony 50 — which is happening NEXT week. I’m still more excited than scared, but ask me again next week what my emotions are heading into the race.

This past weekend I ran the Red Rock Relay in Park City with the Addict II Athlete team. I love relays. It’s a great opportunity to get to know people. And, you never know what you’re going to come learn or come away with after the race. New friendships — new resolve — new motivation … whatever it is. I love relays.

Anyways — I came with a lot more than just a 15 mile training run on Saturday and I’ll share a lot of that later this week — either tomorrow or Tuesday. So stay tuned in for my race recap. But, first … I leave you my pictures from the day …

RACE #133: Red Rock Relay Park City (15.03 miles/two legs), October 8, 2016. Very humbled to have joined “Team Addict II Athlete” for this relay. I couldn’t have asked for a more encouraging, uplifting and motivating team to run with. Whether it shouting words of encouragement as I ran or getting out to run with me during my last leg — I was touched. I’ll be sharing my story on the AIIA Podcast in the next couple of weeks. Addiction and recovery come in many different forms and I’ve had my struggles and test of faith. Needless to say, no one goes about it alone on the team and NOBODY runs alone! I felt lucky to spend those 15 miles out there around Heber Valley with the team! #redrockrelay #race133 #running #messintoamessage #eraseandreplace @redrockrelay @addicttoathlete @joshruns180 @josherwalla @fight4phat

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Very humbled to have joined “Team Addict II Athlete” for this relay. I couldn’t have asked for a more encouraging, uplifting and motivating team to run with. Whether it shouting words of encouragement as I ran or getting out to run with me during my last leg — I was touched. I’ll be sharing my story on the AIIA Podcast in the next couple of weeks. Addiction and recovery come in many different forms and I’ve had my struggles and test of faith. Needless to say, no one goes about it alone on the team and NOBODY runs alone! I felt lucky to spend those 15 miles out there around Heber Valley with the team! #redrockrelay #race133 #running #messintoamessage #eraseandreplace @redrockrelay @addicttoathlete @joshruns180 @josherwalla

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