13.1 Reasons Why You Should Sign-up for a Half Marathon

Signing up for a race is an intimidating task — regardless of whether it’s a half or full marathon. It took me a full two weeks to rack up the courage to sign up for the San Francisco Half Marathon, and it’s not even my first race! But that doesn’t mean you should pass up the opportunity to run a half marathon. Here are 13.1 reasons why you should sign up:

How to Run (or Watch) the Boston Marathon Like a Pro

If you’re running the Boston Marathon for the first time and aren’t sure what to expect – don’t panic. In this post we’ve sourced a few top tips from seasoned Boston runners. From challenging elevation changes to long shuttle lines, read on to learn how to take on the legendary Boston Marathon like a pro.

4 Things You Should Know About Post Race Recovery

There’s a wealth of information out there that helps you through the preparation period of your race; training programs, race-day tips, your must-do’s and must-don’ts, but what happens after your big day? The post-race recovery phase is just as important as the weeks leading up to your race and here’s why: what you do during this time can help you maximize all of your hard work and get back on your feet (literally!) quicker.

5 Things You Should Know Before Your First Marathon

Last Saturday, five Lumo team members set out for a weekend trip to Napa, California for the annual Napa Valley Marathon on Sunday. The beautiful, relatively flat course starting in Calistoga and ending in Napa was grazed only slightly with occasional showers and made out to be a relatively sunny and temperament day — perfect for a marathon!

[DATA POST] Lumo x Color Run SF

What better way to spend your weekends than getting sprayed with color!

Last Sunday, eleven eager Lumo Team members participated in our first local running event: The San Francisco Color Run. A fun and festive 5k race, the color run consists of 5 “checkpoints” where runners dressed in white run through a crowd of people that throw colored powder at you. The run is described as “the Happiest 5k on the planet”, and with all of the bright colors, enthusiastic runners and loud music playing, we have to agree.