Run for God Blog

Hello everyone, Mitchell Hollis here with Run for God. I want to start this blog off by making a few statements. First, I am not a medical doctor, nor any other...

One morning when I awoke, I listened for the sound of the waves. “The tide is out,” I thought. There would be enough hard sand on the shore to run. I...

Here is a comprehensive list of ALL the times when it is advisable to miss a scheduled run: Number One.  When it would make you a worse runner or a scoundrel....

I love recovery runs. There is no pressure to accomplish any particular goal except to cover a certain distance or time. The idea is to work some soreness out of your legs...

Thirty-eight years ago this month (May), I ran my first sub-five minute mile. I was a ninth-grader at Pointe South Junior High School in Riverdale, Georgia. I remember that day acutely...

Have you ever used the phrase, “I’m not qualified” or something similar? Maybe it’s “I can’t do that”, “I’ve never done that”, or “I don’t know what I’m doing when it...

For those of you who don’t know, I wasn’t always a runner; I haven’t always been the Run for God guy. Nope, in fact, my profession since I graduated high school...

Absolute adjective | ab•so•lute | \ˈab-sə-ˌlüt : Free from imperfection. Pure, outright, unmitigated, free from mixture. As many of you know, I coach a group of junior triathletes in my hometown....

This weekend was the seventh running of the Run for God Run at the Mill. It was a great day with runners coming from all over the country filling the country...

This past Saturday we hosted the 7th Annual Run for God – Run at the Mill in Dalton, GA. This 5K, 10K, and Half Marathon was the first event we ever...