First off, no, I’m not giving away the Easter Bunny. That’d involve going to a nearby shopping mall and somehow kidnapping the poor guy as he gets photos taken with small children. And I’m pretty sure that’d be awkward for everyone involved.
Instead, I’ll be like an Easter Bunny – and some lucky duck (or bunny as it may be) will get their gadget wishes fulfilled. No searching for semi-rotten poorly water-colored eggs required.
The winner will get a $600 credit to CleverTraining.com, my most excellent partner in this giveaway crime. By supporting the site through Clever Training you also can save 10% on basically anything they sell. If you win, you can use that credit for anything from the new Garmin Fenix3 HR, to a Fitbit Blaze, a pair of Hawaiian themed underwear (yes, actually) to the WatTeam Power Meter, or heck, even towards a new trainer. Whatever floats your boat.
How to enter:
Simply leave a short description of what your training plans are for the weekend ahead – with or without the bunny. Note that eating chocolate eggs is totally valid nutrition.
The reason you need a short description of ‘what’ is that if you just put a simple one word answer (i.e.5k), you’ll likely get caught up in my SPAM filters. And nobody wants to be sandwiched between two pieces of SPAM. Got all that?
The giveaway entry period will run through Monday, March 28th, 2016 until 11:59PM US Eastern Time. Winner will be selected randomly. One entry per person. The selected product/products will then be ordered immediately and shipped immediately, assuming they’re in stock.
Doing some spinning on the bike trainer.
Long ride on Sat with a short run after and then a long run on Sunday
The weather hasn’t broken yet for spring, so my training continues to be indoors 🙁
Play with my daughter and hopefully go for a ride.
It rained this past weekend so my Xterra training on the bike didn’t happen. I did an easy 6 mile run and swam today.
Commuting to work by bike on Friday, swimming on Saturday morning, run 7k with my wife and another bike ride on Sunday.
Easy to post a goal after it’s done….chased the Easter bunny for 10k Friday and again for 5k Monday…..never found it, just the evidence left behind and quickly eaten 🙂
Went for a four mile run followed by an hour and a half of high intensity gym time. Legs are destroyed.
Back in the saddle ride
I’d recently started swimming more, so I’ll be swimming laps at the local Y and running I the evenings. I’ll try to get at least one bike ride in this week as well. Hoping to knock off my first triathlon this summer.
Run a little and rise a little. Hopefully that offsets some of the eat a lot..
My training will involve unloading a truckload of mulch to get my yard ready for Spring.. Good times. I also hope to get in a run with my beautiful wife and awesome 20 month old lil boy. =]
Trail run with tons of elevation gain on Saturday with an easy bike ride on Sunday.
Working on building back my bike and run fitness.
I plan a friday at gym, a saturday swimming and a sunday with chocolate eggs nutrition 🙂
Going to the gym with my dad.
Assembling a Trek Madone 4.5 that’s arriving Wednesday and taking it out for shakedown ride
My plan is a short run and a long swim! And shall avoid too much chocolate!
Weekend with my family, no workout unfortunately…
Pre-Easter festivity bike trainer ride and brick run.
Two hours out on the bike, an hour run, 3/4 mi. swim and a spin class. And a few beers for recovery. 🙂
Running repeats 10×40 meters 4x and 2.5 hr functional movement based training regimen.
2 hours on the trainer, hour run outside if possible, 2000 yd swim, strength class
Went on a nice hike in a county park. Even spotted a desert hare on the way out — how fitting!
Peeps and some zwifting. Good times.
Did some hiking while on vacaction in Argentina.
Plan to spend time with the family and get in enough activity that will hopefully counter-balance the calories in the chocolate.
Going for a short ride with the family
My goal for the end of the Easter week was cycling 40 km on Friday and Sunday. I managed to ride half of what was planned.
Spend some time with the kids on their swimming form, then swim myself, followed by a short treadmill session. Thanks!
Run 2 out of 3 days with my 14 year old in training for his junior high track team. (may sneak in a long run for myself on the third day)
Just did mine – 11km run. Windy as all hell.
If the doc says my broken wrist us healed then out on the mountain bike.
My training this weekend consisted of a ladder repeat session on the track on Friday, a 12km easy run on Sunday, and a killer mat pilates class on Monday (more core baby!)
Still resting/recovering after Shamrock Weekend. So instead I will chase my 8 year old in bunny related festivities.
Recovery weekend after upping my milage recently.
A 20mile hike in the redwoods.
Tagging along with my wife on her marathon training (around 24 miles in 2 days!)
Back to Masters swimming after a Spring Break break.
Strength, long swim, long bike (on the trainer), still working on getting my running form back.
Weekend is for transition towards the snow. Next week is skiing!
25km Trail Race this weakend to start out the trail running season!!
Ski all weekend long, that should be a sweet workout session.
I’m planning to improve the pace of my long runs.
Went away for the Easter long weekend, so very little training. Apart from chocolate eating that is…
Started out with an easy run to test Matt Fitzgerald’s 80/20 Running theory.
Last loooong run before Boston, have to as a split run because of injury issues.
Riding long enough to get a proper sunburn
Brought my bike out for 1st ride on Sunday for a easy ride around town
Well I’m afraid no running in the near term as I recover from osteitis pubis, but Friday swimming and a lot of weekend PT exercises to get prepared for training for the New York marathon.
Well on Friday, a 30-20-10 style fartlek, chased by a 21k+ long run on Saturday. I will try my best to avoid stepping on any leftover Easter eggs since they would be kind of ripe by then.
After a hard week, I took Saturday off and then went for an endurance ride on Sunday. Now I have enough reserve to start the training cycle over again.
Hot yoga one day, long run the next day, eating a chocolate bunny as recovery nutrition.
Weekend over already… but there was a lot of beach running.
I’ll be running my local half marathon this Saturday, and likely following up with more run miles on Sunday.
Strength training, core work, and PT!
Kickstarting the road season after a long winter skiing
Marathon training. Way behind, so lot to catch up on.
Hiding all the easter eggs from my 2 year old.
I have my first sprint tri of the year on Sunday.
My training plan? Cherry Blossom 10 Mile run! First race since getting hit by a car last summer on my bike!
Golf and a seven mile run
I’m starting my summer running training plan and also getting ready to do some spring gravel cycling events.
Actually it will be a recovery weekend, with low intensity cardio (cycling)
Great Easter- too much food to work off! Still snowing and cold so indoor riding it is.
recovering from eating lots of chocolate
12 mile run followed by two days rest.
Start training again before my 45th birthday, follow my plan for half marathon in 16 weeks.
Going for a long mountain bike ride
Hey, probably too late, My training was taking extra rides on the public holidays. Less traffic. But Rain complicated things a bit.
Need to get back.. Winning would be nice…
Evening beach run in Khao Lak, Thailand.
Got new wheels, so if the weather allows, a couple of rides.
Back to work, so a couple of runs and a cycle at the weekend.
3x3500m freestyle swim
2x 10k low speed running
Core Strength exercises in between
A quick 10k tempo run on Monday.
The “ronde van Vlaanderen” Cyclo saturday (227km) and recovery ride sunday
My training has been put on hold while I decorate the nursery and assemble a cot in preparation for our first child….if I work hard enough I may be able to go for a run
I will ride a bike for fun!
lots of dog walking and bbq
My goal is to win my home race in 2016
Just running, preparation for the Prague Marathon.
Another 40 miles of running as prep for London Marathon
Go up and down some hill and, if weather permits, ride around aimlessly for several hours.
Hard one. For next three days:31k long run,next day 20×1′ HM pace, and last one will be 14k treshold.