Run like a local in Akron, Ohio.
Totally Brain Dad is taking on the Twin Cities Marathon and raising money for Children's Minnesota.
Boston is so much more than a marathon!
Words and photos by Ben Osborn, creator of Totally Brain Dad. Follow along on Ben's FASTZach Route or #FindYourRoute in other cities across the U.S. At the end of June, TBD went west to visit the Mile High City of Denver, Colorado. What a fun and beautiful place! I was there for a serious reason, the 2018 … Continue reading Totally Brain Dad takes on the Mile High City
Words and photos by United Kingdom Runner, Mark Sanders. England Grey, cold and raining, warm beer and a cup of tea. That’s typical UK, right? Partially. Contrary to popular belief, the weather can be warm, the beer is cold, but yes, we love a cup of tea! Winter does ‘feel’ like forever and just when … Continue reading Run Like a Local in the UK
In this edition of Totally Brain Dad, I bring you to Independence, Iowa.
Distance running has a long history in Duluth. As you may know, Grandma’s Marathon began here during the “marathon boom" of the 1970's. You may think that with the harshness of the northern Minnesota winters that outdoor distance running would be “too hard” or not worth it, but runners in northern Minnesota are a tough breed. We run in 20 below wind-chill, we run in snow storms, we run in the humidity and heat of the summer months, and we run straight up the many hills in town. Duluth runners are not and cannot be “fair weather” runners.
Words and photos by Ben Osborn, creator of Totally Brain Dad. If you are lucky enough to visit Honolulu, you’ll be awed by the physical beauty, the food and vitality of Honolulu, and the Aloha spirit. Honolulu is Hawaii’s largest city and the #1 tourist destination in the state. It has something for everyone: beautiful … Continue reading Exploring Hawaii with Totally Brain Dad
There are countless routes to run, places to dine, freshly roasted coffee to drink, and breweries to check out in Seattle, Washington.
If you happen to visit Portland–and I’d recommend doing so in our finest months of June, July, and August–you absolutely must run to these spots.