My Race Ragz Giveaway

Good afternoon!

I hope you’re all having a great day. The weather here in Chicagoland is getting cold and I am getting kind of nervous about the 5k coming up on Thanksgiving!


For breakfast this morning, I had a raspberry Greek yogurt topped with granola and pomegranate arils (seeds).

I haven’t bought a pomegranate in forever (basically because I am too lazy to cut them) and I had to refer to the post that I wrote almost two years ago on how to cut a pomegranate. They are easy to cut and get the seeds out, it can just be a tiny bit messy, but then you’re rewarded with delicious sweet pomegranate seeds!

Pomegranates are so good for you because they’re high in vitamin C and potassium, contain fiber, and are low in calories. I topped my yogurt with about an 1/8 of a cup of seeds and it was only about 16 calories.

Last Night’s Workout

  • 3.35 miles treadmill
  • Stretching – 10 minutes

Today’s Workout

  • Cardio Fusion Class – 60 minutes

I went on a field trip with Jacob’s class yesterday so I wasn’t able to workout in the morning. I went to the gym last night and ran on the treadmill. Then this morning, I took the cardio fusion class again. I think I’ll be taking this class on a weekly basis – it’s so much fun.

My Race Ragz

As a Sweat Pink Ambassador, I was recently given the opportunity to make my own custom running shirt from My Race Ragz.

My Race Ragz is a cool website that lets you pick out your style of running shirt from long sleeved to racing singlets.

From there, you can chose a pre-made design from their website, upload your own design, or just add text. You can even add text to the back. They have tons of pre-made designs to choose from including 5k, 10k, half marathons, marathon, barefoot running, maternity, motivational, Ironman, trail running, etc. The possibilities are endless.

Sometimes I get a bit of anxiety when faced with too many choices, but I had tons of fun browsing the website trying to find the perfect shirt to make. After trying to customize a shirt for two days, I finally decided just to add my own text to the front of a shirt. I just wanted to keep it simple. I went with the women’s energy singlet shirt and added text to the front only.

Here’s how it turned out:

I loved how it turned out. I love the pink color and how the pink looks against the white. This shirt is loose but not too loose. I tend to warm up really fast when I am working out so I love that it’s sleeveless and made out of 100% microfiber mesh. It’s moisture wicking and treated to inhibit the growth of odor causing bacteria.

I am on the taller side and have a longer torso, so I felt more comfortable putting on a tank of my own under this shirt. I love how the pink words on the tank look with the pink tank underneath. Maybe I’ll ever wear it to the store :)


Of course, there was to be a great giveaway for one of these fun shirts! One winner will receive they’re very own customizable shirt from My Race Ragz.

To enter:

  • Comment below and let me know which kind of shirt you think you’d order. You can tell me the style shirt, the text color, the graphic you’d pick, anything!

Extra Entries:

  • Like My Race Ragz on Facebook or Twitter. Comment below and let me you that you did.
  • Follow Run Eat Play on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook. Comment below and let me know you did.

**Please leave a separate comment for each entry!

Giveaway will run through Sunday, November 24th at 11:59 CST.

Thank you to Jenny from MetamorFit and My Race Ragz for providing me with a customizable shirt to review on my blog and for sponsoring the giveaway. All opinions are my own.


Filed under Breakfast, Fitness, Giveaway, Running, Working Out

30 Responses to My Race Ragz Giveaway

  1. Teresa

    I love this idea! I am a tshirt kinda girl so I would go with that and add my blog name too!!

  2. Teresa

    I follow on instagram!

  3. Teresa

    I follow on twitter!

  4. jill

    I love sleeves so I would go for the tee style!

  5. michele

    Like My Race Ragz on Facebook …I liked it

  6. michele

    I love sleeves so I would go for the tee style

  7. michele

    I like you on facebook…I don’t do the twitter thing yet

  8. Melanie Velleco

    Because it’s cold here in Boston I’d definitely pick the long sleeve shirt :)

  9. elizabeth

    for me, long sleeve t.

  10. Melanie Velleco

    And obvs I like you on FB!!!!

  11. Melanie Velleco

    I like Race Rags on FB too :)

  12. Melanie Velleco

    Oh forgot to tell you what I’d put on my long sleeve shirt…26.2!

  13. I like the “Run Like a Mother” slogan they have available!!

    I need to look at your tutorial on the pomegranates because I have no idea how to eat one. I almost bought a couple at the store the other day but refrained because of it.

  14. LeeAnn

    I would definitely pick a long sleeve shirt, but it would take me forever to choose a design!

  15. Debbie from White Bear Lake

    Your arms look fabulous! I would choose a sleeveless shirt…I already follow you on Twitter!

  16. susie

    I love your shirt!

  17. Just found your blog. Super cute! I love the shirt. It is super cute with just the right amount of playfulness.

  18. Allison Nicholson

    I would like anything long-sleeved! I follow you on twitter.

  19. Super cute! I love your shirt! I love creating fun running shirts!

  20. Carolyn

    I’d get “run like a girl” on a tank top!

  21. keymaster

    love the shirt!!!

  22. Losing Lindy

    That is a super cute shirt, I would probably pick a tank top design.

  23. Losing Lindy

    I follow you on facebook

  24. Losing Lindy

    I follow you on Twitter

  25. Mindy Dozier

    I would get a tee shirt:)

  26. Mindy Dozier

    I follow you on twitter:)

  27. Mindy Dozier

    Liked my Race Ragz on Fb

  28. Kristi L

    I think I’d get the women’s energy singlet.

  29. Kristi L

    I liked on facebook.

  30. Kristi L

    I follow Run Eat Play on facebook also. (K. Lundine)

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