Quiz #3 for my dear readers: Are these people dressed appropriately for their TRICEP workout?

Do you hate that I am always quizzing you when you come visit me here?

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I don’t know you, but I love you. Lots.

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A race with a Jazziest Jorts Award

Trish told me about it. I told you about it. The Canton Liberty Run was held on June 14th. The theme was is “Stars, Stripes, and Jorts.”

Despite my rockin’ cyber searching skilz, I was only able to find a few pictures from the event. Fortunately, they are FABULOUS pictures:

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Race Directors! It is TIME for a denim-only run. Contact me. I have a bazillion brilliant ideas swimming around in my head.

Quiz #2 for my dear readers: Are these people dressed appropriately for their BICEP workout?

Were you paying attention last week? If so, the quiz question this week should be easy for you.

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Sometimes people run IN JEANS because of love, friendship, and support

Awhile ago, I wrote a series of post about the reasons that people run in jeans. The countdown went something like this:

1. Forgetfulness. As in the person got to the race or the gym and had an “oh crap, I forgot my gear” moment and just made due with what they were wearing.

2. Commitment to a cause. Remember Josher and Denim for a Cure? Where have you been, Josh?

3. Dedication. Think not wanting to break a run streak.

4. Cultural differences. Yeah, not everyone in the world can afford $40 running shorts.

5. Awesomeness.

But there is a reason I forgot: love, friendship, and/or support. Janae’s (aka Hungry Runner Girl) sister ran miles 20.5-26.2 of the Utah Valley Marathon with her IN JEANS AND FLIP FLOPS!

HRGI guess we COULD put this in the Awesomeness category – ’cause, yeah, her sister is awesome. But I like my new “Love, Friendship, and Support” category. How about you?

h/t Judith, So Very Slightly Mad blogger, for being the first to let me know about this!

Run (in Jeans) Just Because

Run Just Because blogger left this comment on a recent post and it MADE MY DAY.

Back when I was in military service, we had a fitness test that involved a 2.4km run. In order to get an “A” for that part of the test, we had to run it in under 9:45. A month before the test I was doing 11 minutes. I spent the next four weeks doing 3-4km runs in my heavy field boots and jeans till I could clear the 2.4k in 10 minutes. On test day, I ditched the jeans and boots for PT kit and runners and ran 9:15. Success from running in jeans!

Write that down. Remember it.

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Quiz #1 for my dear readers: Are these people dressed appropriately for their ab workout?

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Psst…the answer is no.

 

Motivational Poster #5

It has been awhile since I have posted a motivation poster. Shame on me.

MotivationalPoster5And if you missed posters 1-4 and need some additional motivation to run in jeans, don’t despair.

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Hey Dan, not “all” guy shorts

One of my favorite jean-joggers, Dan, left the following comment on my last post titled, “Nothing screams, “I’m ready for an intense workout” like knee-length jorts at the gym”:

CommentI am here to provide evidence that short jorts are still around…well, at least at the gym.

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(if you need help, this last picture is of a man)

 

 

Nothing screams, “I’m ready for an intense workout” like knee-length jorts at the gym.

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