Keli’s Super Fun Super Bowl Fun Run II

super_fun_runKeli’s Super Fun Super Bowl Fun Run (part 2) is back. And it’s free.  That’s right.  No registration fee.  No processing fee.  No parking fee.  Granted, there won’t be medals, awards or crowd support but the view is sublime! And did I mention it’s free?

When:  Super Bowl Sunday (February 5th for those of you who could care less about football)

Start time:  8:00am

Location:  Blackie’s Pasture in Tiburon (101 south, exit at CA-131 E/Tiburon Blvd, go left at the light and continue for a mile and a half, turn right at Greenwood Beach Rd into the parking lot.) 

Details:  I’ll map out a 5 mile and 7 mile option.  Shorter options also available.  Walker, runners, kids, babes in strollers welcome.  It’s a VERY friendly route for all levels.

So let’s get this party started!  Share with your friends, the more the merrier.  Email me with questions.

Now go run!

Keli 🙂


15th Annual Turkey Trot

15th Annual Turkey Trot
Thanksgiving Morning

thanksgiving-turkey-clipart-1Thursday, November 24th, 2016
7:30am Start time
Rush Creek Open Space Reserve (click here for more info on this Marin County gem)

Bring your family and friends for a leisurely 4-ish mile run, walk or stroll.

No starting line, no timing chips, no tee shirts or medals – just a chance to justify pie! Plus it’s FREE!

This event is a lot of fun and is great for ALL levels!

Now go run!

Keli 🙂

Plan Ahead for a Healthy Thanksgiving!

Make this Thanksgiving one you can be proud of.  Here are some simple tips to having a tasty and healthy day!

1.  Exercise in the morning.  Go for a walk, organize a fun run with friends, break out the Tae Bo tape or watch Exercise TV.  It doesn’t matter WHAT you do, only that you do it.

2.  Don’t skip meals.   It’s important that you eat healthy and light meals or snacks before your Thanksgiving Day meal.    Don’t starve yourself all day so you can justify your dinner.  That’s just silly!

3.  Eat only what you love.  Just because Grandma made it, doesn’t mean you have to eat it.  Fill your plate with things you only love or crave.  If that means a plate of stuffing and yams, drizzled with gravy, have at it.  Remember, it’s only one meal.

4.  Bring the crudite.  Most people forget to eat veggies on Thanksgiving.  Bring some cut up veggies and low fat dip to the gathering and help yourself to this filling, fiber-rich snack.   Trust me, you’ll still have plenty of room for the stuffing, gravy and pie!

5.  Don’t melt into the couch.  That’s right, after dinner take a walk around the neighborhood, play tag with the kids on the lawn or go for a short bike ride.  Turn your turkey-stuffed body into a fat burning machine!

Let me know how you are going to have a healthy holiday!  Post a comment or email me with your tips!

Now go run!

Keli 🙂