Hannah Pierce(Maine), Melissa Perlman(Boca),Emily Mossler(Indiana), Samantha Lee(Oregon) with their Gold Medals
PALM BEACH COUNTY ATHLETE WINS GOLD, BRONZE AT 19th MACCABIAH GAMES IN ISRAEL
Melissa Perlman, a 31-year-old Boca Raton resident, returned home to South Florida this past week with some extra hardware. The Public Relations executive (owner of BlueIvy Communications – a PR and communications firm based in Boca Raton) and Assistant Cross Country and Track Coach at Spanish River High School in Boca Raton secured an individual bronze medal and team gold medal while in Israel competing on behalf of Team USA in the 19th Maccabiah Games.
Melissa Perlman returned from the Maccabiah Games in Tel Aviv with both a Gold and Bronze medal.
BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Leading Boca Raton Public Relations Executive Melissa Perlman is back from Tel Aviv with a bronze medal and a gold medal, both earned during a spectacular performance in the Maccabiah Games.
Perlman runs BlueIvy Communications and is the assistant cross country and track coach at Spanish River High. She secured an individual bronze medal and team gold medal while in Israel competing on behalf of Team USA in the 19th Maccabiah Games.
Below is an article from the South Florida Jewish Journal!!! The reporter really did his homework and a fantastic job I have to say. Very thankful! And more excited than ever to head on over to Israel! Thanks David Schwartz and photographer Todd Roller who is just as amazing a talent!
Welcome to Running Tips 101 – a blog site dedicated to all things related to running.
Why running and fitness? Well it’s what I do! My name is Melissa Perlman and I am a runner! I’m not the type of runner that goes out on a six mile jog to clear my head or because I think the weather is beautiful. I don’t run for the fun of it either (for the most part). I run for results! I run to stay in top physical shape; I run to feel good and stay healthy; I run so that I can enter races and feel like I can win them; and I run to help others (students, running partners, etc.) achieve the same. And I do it while running a successful Public Relations and Communications Firm in South Florida (in other words, living a normal life)!
Take a look around my site and come back often…because I’m about to tell you everything I know so that you can start seeing results too! Further, I am going to share all the tips I know (from ice and salt baths to drying your running shoes after a rain storm to keeping your energy up without coffee)! I understand it’s not easy – believe me! But I’m here to tell you that it’s much easier than you think to get back into the best shape of your life! (And maybe have some fun in the process!)
Have questions? Post them so that other readers can benefit from the answers as well!
(PS. That’s me on the right at the finish of the Rock ‘n’ Roll Half Marathon in Miami Beach (December 2011). It wasn’t my first half marathon but it was the first time that I felt adequately prepared and trained for the 13.1 miler. And that was an amazing feeling in itself. Time was 1:38.)