Monthly Archives: December 2011

Training Tip – Those New Year’s Resolutions

Infamous New Year’s Resolutions For some, 2011 was a year where goals were met and expectations attained, but for the majority of Americans, it was a year that started out with promise, yet early on, resolutions fell by the wayside. The number one reason why most people do not succeed in their New Year’s resolutions is due to the way they go about setting goals. Goals need to be SMART. Specific, measureable, achievable, realistic and time sensitive. Over the next 5 weeks …


Here’s a Look at the SLO Marathon + Half Medals

We know you have been dying to see the medals for our races, well here they are!! The Gold is the Marathon medal, the silver the Half. Each will have a colorful ribbon to commemorate your race. It’s time to register now!!!

Jamba Juice Sponsors San Luis Obispo Marathon + Half

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DECEMBER 26, 2011 Linda Ozawa Olds to run Marathon and forms Local Team Jamba SAN LUIS OBISPO, CA – In the small college town of San Luis Obispo in 1990, a company was established on Chorro Street to promote healthy living in a delicious way – JAMBA JUICE. SLO native, Cal Poly University grad Linda Ozawa Olds was an instrumental force in helping Kirk Perron, the founder, grow the company from its early roots, when it was originally known …


Train for a Cause – Team In Training Info Sessions in January

Training for a cause takes participating in a Half Marathon or Marathon to a whole new level. Once you hear, see and touch the inspiring stories of a cancer survivor, your life is changed. We all know some people lose their battle with cancer. It makes training and accomplishing an event of this magnitude with Team In Training all the more poignant. And Barbara Saia (pictured above) and her team from the Central Coast will make sure you finish the …


A Team In Training Story – The Cenoz Family

This family inspires me every day – to keep moving forward and living life! — Heather Hellman, Event Director “I believe in never giving up and living life to the fullest”-Alex Cenoz Every 5 minutes someone is diagnosed with leukemia. On May 2, 1997 one of those people was my son Alex Cenoz. Alex was just 2 when he was diagnosed. He underwent 131 weeks of chemo and finished treatment in 1999. That day started a journey that continues to this day. …