Today is one of the best days to be in Boston.

The weather may not be fantastic today, but it’s Boston Marathon day, and the city has been bustling with energy and excitement all weekend. For the past few years, Tim and I have taken the day off from work to be a part of the tradition and cheer on the runners, but unfortunately this year it just wasn’t in the cards for us. Instead, we’re rooting everyone on in spirit to trust their training, run happy, and celebrate this city.

Boston Strong

Many of the people running today trained through one of the toughest winters in Boston history, and that in and of itself is inspiring. In honor of all the runners tackling the 26.2 miles ahead of them today, I thought it would be fun to round up some running related posts from past F&F material. Enjoy!

Boston Marathon 

Showing my love for Boston

My heart breaks for my city

Running Tips and More 

Ignite your spring running routine

My relationship with running

Marathon Sports: The right fit

Guest post: Why I wanted to become a runner

Guest post: Tips for a beginner runner

Guest post: Add some fun to keep your running New Year’s resolution

Race Recaps

Oaktoberfest 5k race and taste recap

Oaktoberfest 5k dash and bash recap

Guest post: The Great Wall of China marathon and half marathon

Guest post: My first Warrior Dash

Guest post: My second Warrior Dash

Treadmill and Running Workouts

20 Minute Treadmill Blast

20 Minute Treadmill Sprints

25 Minute Treadmill Intervals

40 Minute H.I.I.T to Moderate Intervals

3-2-1 Treadmill Workout

50 Minute Treadmill Intervals

The .5 Treadmill Workout

The TRP Cardio Workout

Treadmill in twenty: new interval workout

Descending run ladder and ab circuit workout

The run, row, and abs workout

I also want to take a minute today to remember Martin Richard, Krystle Campbell, Lingzi Lu, and Sean Collier, who all lost their lives because of the 2013 marathon bombings and aftermath. Despite the scars that remain, I am proud to be part of a city that comes together through kindness and love. Boston, we are strong!

Readers, let’s chat! Are you running the Boston marathon? Have you been part of the race or crowds before? How are you celebrating Boston strong today?