Hey guys – if you’re interested in the Zombies, Run! app from my post on Tuesday. I just discovered it’s actually 50% off right now (at least for Android anyway) so now is the time to snag it!
Despite the string of running related posts, I swear this is not strictly a running blog! I promise you this will be the last running post for at least a couple weeks, but I have news, and a sweet discount, to share right now! I found out earlier this week that I’m part of Team Pretty Muddy!
In case you’ve never heard of it, Pretty Muddy is an all women’s obstacle course/ mud run 5K – kind of like a no boys allow version of the Warrior Dash. This year they’re putting on events in Dallas, Richmond, Atlanta, Sacramento, Chicago, Columbus, Tampa, and Miami.
I don’t think I’ve actually mention this, but you might’ve noticed that after completing the marathon, I’m kind of over road racing. Don’t get my wrong, I love running races, but after logging so.many.miles during marathon training, I find myself needing more…variety, to stay interested in racing. This is where my new trail racing addiction comes into play.
I actually heard about this race shortly before the Chicago event last year, and after having done the Warrior Dash over the summer, I really wanted to participate. Unfortunately due to scheduling conflicts, I wasn’t able to go last year. (I think I had a wedding to attend that day…) I was bummed, but I told myself I would check it out in 2013. Needless to say, I was pretty stoked when I got the email from Pretty Muddy inviting me to be part of their blogger team!
Right now, Pretty Muddy is wrapping up a discounted pricing promotion. Today is the last day (sorry for the short notice!) for their $20 off promo pricing of $49 registration. Use the promo code “GIRLTIME” when you register. If you’re registering for Chicago, come join me! Sign up with my team Muddy Girls Do It Better, and we will have a blast! I see tutus in my future!
Disclaimer: As part of the Pretty Muddy Blogger Team, I am being provided with free race entry. All opinions are my own, and having never done the race (yet), may or may not have much weight anyway.