Who doesn’t like to get a discount on a race or great products you love?! Check back often as discounts will be added through the year. Please feel free to share with a friend or family member.
What is better than a discount? FREE! Often I have giveaways for free entries on my Blonde Runner Health Facebook page. Check it out!
If you need help with training for a triathlon or running events don’t hesitate to contact me. I love to coach! I work with people all over the country on-line and/or in person in Northern Utah. I also offer local classes (Run Form, Swimming, Nutrition etc…). Come join the fun!
Coach Lora Erickson
SaltLakeMarathon.com – Use the code “blonderunnerslc17” to save 20%
Use the code “blonderunnerslc18” for 2018 for 20%
Splashnsprint.com – Use the code BLONDESPLASH for $5 off
RaceForGrief.com – Use the code RFG5 to save $5 (10K or 5K events)
OgdenMarathon.com – “blonderunner” for $10 off the Ogden Half or 5K
June 24, 2017 – Daybreak Triathlon – use the code “blonde” for $10 off. Get Registered
Women of Steel Triathlon – BLONDERUNNER10 for 10% off
June 10, 2017 – Utah Health Food Expo. Come to my presentation at 1 p.m. on Nutrition for Athletes. Use the discount code “blonde” for 50% off – Get tickets
UtahValleyMarathon.com – BR15 for 15% off
GoTriathamom.com – Use the code “blonde” to save $10 on this Women’s Only Sept Event.
OnHillEvents.com – Use the code “BLDRUN15” to get 15% off events
RaceTri.com events – BlondeRaceTri2017 – 15% off
Xterrawetsuits.com – use the code CO-BLONDE to get 60% off wetsuits and Lava Pants
Use these links to help accumulate product giveaways on Blonde Runner Health:
Swimoutlet.com/blonderunner – great prices. Check out their grab-bag suits.
Champion Systems. I love the custom race gear Champions Systems has made me. Want to have some made for you or your club/team. Contact me at email@example.com and I will get you in touch the right people.
Evofitforlife.com – “blonderunner17” gets 25% off and free shipping on the enso roller
Wasatch Running Center and Bountiful Bicycle. Message me at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn how you can get discounts.
Cocogo.com/ – Use the code BLONDERUNNER code for discounts (grape is my favorite)
Noxgear.com/tracer360 – Visibility Vest – Safety First! Use code BLONDERUN for 20% off
Elete Electrolyte – Set up a free account and use the code “blonderunner” to save 15% on your first order. https://www.mineralresourcesint.com/products/
I am trying to earn money to pay for my trip to the Ironman 70.3 World Championships in Tennessee in September 2017. I am so excited for this unbelievable opportunity. Over the many years I have done triathlon I have accumulated stuff; it’s time to find new homes for the items, many are brand new. Please contact me with a private message if you are interested in anything so I don’t miss any comments. Pick-up only – in Bountiful. Thank you for your support! Happy shopping! Triathlons rock!
Today is your lucky day. Use the code LUCKY7 to save $7 on the 10K or 5K events at the Race For Grief event on Memorial Day in May. Offer expires the last day of March. Join us to honor your loved ones.
By Coach Lora Erickson, BlondeRunner.com
Trail running is a great way to explore the beautiful mountains of Utah. There are some well-organized races out there, so let’s explore some top 5 must-run trail races.
Park City Trail Series 2017
June 10 – 5K, July 8 – 10K, Aug. 12 – 15 K, Sept. 16 – 13.1
Round Valley Trails – Park City, Utah
If you are a new trail runner, the Park City Trail Series is a great 4-race series for you. The series consists of a 5k, 10k, 15k, and 13.1 mile events taking place on the Round Valley Trails in Park City, Utah. This trail is gentler than other races and is perfect for the beginner. Or if you are a more advanced runner that wants a faster, well-marked course and regularly placed aid stations this is a race series you will want to check out. Starting in June and ending in September, you run a series of increasing longer races once a month; Perfectly spaced for training adaption and offering a great break from city blocks through the beauties of nature. Each race features a Park City Trail Series signature pint glass with a native animal logo as a reminder that nature isn’t far away! The series is limited to 500 runners.
Xterra Utah 2017
Sept. 16-17 – Snowbasin Resort near Ogden, Utah
Speaking from experience, I can tell you the Xterra events are well-organized with challenging terrain. Not only do they run through some of the most beautiful scenery in Northern Utah but they are the home of the Pan American Off-Road Triathlon Championships and Paul Mitchell XTERRA Trail Run National Championships 21K. Runners of all ages and abilities are welcome to participate as there is no qualification process. Other distances are also available to enjoy including a 5K &10K. Last year over 500 trail runners from 30 different states participated.
Every age-group winner from the 21K course will be awarded a free entry to the 2017 Paul Mitchell XTERRA Trail Run World Championship at Kualoa Ranch, Oahu, Hawaii. The top five overall male and female athletes will also receive prize money. Medals and prizes will be given out to top age-groups from all distances.
North Face Endurance Challenge 2017
Sept. 23 – 14 – Park City Mountain Resort, Utah
If you are looking for a trail challenge with significate elevation gain, you’ve found it. The North Face Endurance Challenge Series starts at 7,000 feet and climbs to a height of 10,000 feet. Tour the beautiful and rugged terrain of the Wasatch Mountain Range and navigate your way around the world-renowned ski resort through a mix of single and double track running and mountain biking trials and dirt access roads. As stated on the website “Bring your lungs and legs and be prepared to be awestruck.”
Peak Series by Discrete 2017
June 24 – Deer Valley, Utah, July 15 – Alta Ski Area, Utah, July 29 – A-Basin, CO, Aug 12 – Alyeska, AK, Aug 26 – Snowbird, Utah
I love the description of the race on the website: “In true Discrete style, the Peak Series is redefining what mountain running is all about. Starting from the base of a world-famous ski resort, you’ll rally up windswept ridges and glacial cirques to towering peaks, power down a quad-burning descent, and break the tape into a festival of live music, food, drink, and vendor tents. The elevation is serious but the mileage is manageable, and the race is as hardcore as you want it to be–beat the pros down to earn legend status and cash prizes, or enjoy the views and let the challenge be its own reward.”
This looks like a great series of events in many different places and also offers prize money. The Peak Series kicks off at Deer Valley Resort where runners will be treated to views of Park City, Heber, Jordanelle State Park, before descending back to the vendor village, complete with music, food, beverage, and announcer to root your fellow competitors though the finish area. The series returns later in the summer to Alta in July and again in the full at the beautiful Snowbird Ski Resort.
Moab Trail Marathon
November 4 & 5, 2017 – Moab Utah
The first Moab Trail Marathon started in 2008 and has been the USA Championships Trail Marathon for the last 5 years. If you are a trail-lover, you won’t want to miss the amazing scenery of this race! It offers a marathon, half marathon as well as an adventure 5K and even a kids K, so there is something for the whole family. I have heard great things about the race with its friendly and fun vibe bringing together 1800 trail runners each Fall. The course is well marked and even has a band that plays at the start. It’s really a celebration catering the recreational joggers and elite runners alike. Join in the camaraderie of the race and catch the spirit of trail running with canyon-country scenery.
Coach Lora Erickson is an Ironman All-World athlete placing top 5% in the world in her triathlon division. Lora comes from a running background and was recruited from Colorado to run for University and Utah & Utah State University where she finished up her degree in Community Health Education with duel minors in Chemistry and Nutrition. Coach Lora is a certified running, cycling and swimming coach and has been coaching for over 25 year. She has a true passion for health promotion especially loves to work with beginners. To learn more visit BlondeRunner.com
If you are like me you have been using your TT bike for a while now (like 4-5 years now) and I’ve ridden lots of miles in my aerobars. By this time my pads have worn now and my elbows can feel it. I guess it’s time for some new pads. Here’s some I found on-line that I hope will work well for me.
So after the difficult time I had in the water last year at Oceanside 70.3 with all the salt water that got in my sinuses I realized that I needed to swim with a nose plug. Since then I have been trying different nose plugs to see which one is the most comfortable. I have found a great deal on my favorite ones so I wanted to share it with you (click the picture below). Contact me if you need help with training.
Coach Lora Erickson
Local events are the best! This is what keep the triathlon and running community connected. Join in the fun and creative events put on by OnHillEvents.com
Use code BLDRUN15 for 15% off all the 2017 races. Feel free to share with a friend! Hope to see you at the races!
Coach Lora Erickson
This is such an exciting way to support Mom’s. I will be offering a triathlon clinic for this event. Message email@example.com to learn more. Join the fun!
Coach Lora Erickson
Can’t wait to sign-up? Use the code “blonde” to save $10. Click to get registered for the Triathamom event