ZOOMA Women’s Race Series :: Texas Ambassador

A few weeks ago I submitted an application to become a ZOOMA Texas Ambassador for the ZOOMA Women’s Race Series.


run. laugh. celebrate.

Imagine a powerful sea of women on the move–encouraging fellow runners, creating unforgettable moments, and celebrating personal running triumphs.  Picture a post-race party and expo all wrapped up in one memorable “after-party expo” where these strong goal-oriented women come together for well-deserved celebration.  This is the Muscle Milk Light ZOOMA Women’s Race Series.

As you may recall, I was both a Mentor for the ZOOMA Texas Girlfriends Program and an Ambassador for ZOOMA Texas’ 2012 race.

ZOOMA Ambassador

I loved the atmosphere at this year’s race. Women coming together with their girlfriends, running their first (or tenth!) half marathon or 5K. The thing about ZOOMA is that it’s not just about the miles from start to finish.

It’s the journey. It’s about the training and having a support system to help you get to the start, and properly celebrate at the finish. And ZOOMA does it VERY well.

ZOOMA Kickoff Party at Lukes Locker

ZOOMA Training Run - Brushy Creek

ZOOMA Training Run at Brushy Creek

ZOOMA Training Run Brushy Creek

ZOOMA Training Run - Cap 10K

ZOOMA Pre-Race Another Mother Runner Party

ZOOMA Texas Race Day

I’m excited to announce I have been selected as a ZOOMA Texas Ambassador for the 2013 race!


ZOOMA Texas lets you savor the splendor of spring wildflowers in the Texas Hill Country, as you wind your way through 13.1 miles well outside of Austin city limits. Bluebonnets and Texas paintbrush dance in the waving grasses on either side of the quiet roadways that make up this scenic race. For the last few miles of the half marathon, you’ll traverse exclusively on the gorgeous grounds of the host property, the Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort. Less than 20 minutes from the Austin airport, the tranquil, gracious setting—complete with a few authentic Texas longhorn cattle—is the ideal retreat for a girlfriends-getaway. There’s even a secluded adults-only pool overlooking the Colorado River that borders the property, perfect for chilling post-race. The pool is part of the resort’s award-winning Spa Django, offering restorative massages, body treatments, and facials. Consider treating your tired feet to a Texas Two Step Massage after challenging yourself in the race.

Given that the race is in Hill Country, there’s no getting away from inclines and declines, but the course’s natural beauty and the race’s all-women’s vibe will carry you along. The after-race party expo, held under a rustic wooden roof on a pavilion overlooking the river, is the ideal location for sampling complimentary wine, shopping, perusing results, and sharing laughs and memories with friends old and new.

Sound like a race you’d be interested in? Registration is now OPEN! If you sign up before January 5, 2013 you will receive a special Training Care Package in the mail. Use discount code TXAMB2 for 10% off your registration fee!

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Have any questions? Feel free to ask in the comments below!

Have you ever run a ZOOMA race? If you had your choice, which would you run: Amelia Island, Cape Cod, Annapolis, Great Lakes, or Texas?

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  2. Congrats! I’m crossing my fingers to be accepted as well!

    SPA Love!

  3. I remember talking about how much you loved this while running together in Boston! Congrats girl!!

  4. Way to go lady!

  5. The first two miles are my worst too. I’m currently getting my endurance back so they’re all bad right now though. LOL. I love all your pics, looks like fun.

  6. Woooo-hooo!! Way to go & congrats! I really want to run a ZOOMA race; thinking about the one in FL in January.

  7. fitnesscheerleader

    Congrats! I’d LOVE to run a ZOOMA race except I don’t think they have any up here in Canada 🙁 Enjoy the race & the training!

  8. yay! congrats! This sounds like so much fun! (:

  9. Congratulations! That is so exciting. I am thinking about running the Amelia Island race in January! Can’t wait to read about your journey as an ambassador 🙂

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