Browsing articles tagged with " progrid"

Review: The Newton MV2

Screen Shot 2012-01-14 at 7.25.30 PM

I really enjoy running in the Newton MV2 (“MV Squared”). This sucker is light and fast, exactly what it was designed to do. While I love it for anything from 5ks to 10ks (and it’s capable of MUCH more), I haven’t been able to wear it on anything longer than a half marathon without soreness. But that could be due to my weak, weak, ginger legs. One of the major changes from other Newton shoes is […]


Review: The 2011 San Francisco Marathon

The 2011 San Francisco Marathon

Things I now know because of the San Francisco Marathon: I know nearly every square inch of San Francisco. I know what it feels like to cross the Golden Gate Bridge. Twice. On foot. I know what it feels like to finish a race without wanting to die as soon as I cross the finish line. Finally, I know what it feels like to have a favorite marathon. When I started running again as an adult […]


The Ginger Is Wet For Trail Running!


Runner’s World magazine has awarded the Saucony ProGrid Peregrine – you might call it the Kinvara of the trails – the “Editor’s Choice” award. This shoe went from a moderate curiosity to an outright need for me after doing some more research on the shoe. Right now, I’m doing a lot of trail running (I have a 10k race this Sunday). I hit the trail at least twice a week as a part of my […]