ultra bowl

I got to have soo much amazing gourmet vegan food for my last few meals during my trip up to Oregon 😍 and yet, I find myself still craving this ultra healthy burrito bowl 🥙 (@traderjoes fat free refried beans, their mango salsa, jasmine rice, romaine, bell peppers, onion, corn, and hot sauce) •⠀
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“With a growing obsession over distance races, and a focus on completion rather than competition, 5-Ks have somehow lost a lot of their badassiness. They have become little more than a gateway drug for marathons. The prevailing mentality is to go longer and longer and longer, until one day you find yourself down six toe-nails, dressed head to toe in compression gear, contemplating your first 50-K ultra over a morning bowl of chia seeds. Stop! Listen to me.

The 5-K is freaking awesome. It encourages you to develop a combination of endurance, speed, and strength. You can train for it and still have a life. You can race one every weekend and still be able to walk normally. If people ran more 5-Ks, I’m positive the average life satisfaction of humans would increase dramatically.”

—  Lauren Fleshman - runners world, The 5k is super awesome.