For the first time in almost eight months, I took a solid week off. I didn’t think about my diet, a training plan, or my assortment of running apps. I needed to find some balance after months of strict training. And I couldn’t be happier about this choice. Continue reading “What Post Race Life is Like (Hint: Amazing)”
Month: March 2016
The Rock n Roll Dallas half marathon was yesterday, and it was amazing. I got a massage this morning (highly recommend a post race massage if you haven’t done one – I feel like a new woman) and am now binge watching Netflix reruns and reflecting on the highs and lows of yesterday’s run. Continue reading “RACE RECAP: Rock n Roll Dallas”
Last Sunday I ran my twelve mile training run, the last long run before the Rock n Roll half this weekend. And it was the worst run I’ve possibly ever had. Continue reading “Chill – T-4 Days”
I have been trying to ignore this feeling for the past two weeks but I just can’t hide it any longer:
I. Am. Burned. Out.
I have been training nonstop for the past eight months. March 20 will be my third half marathon in less than four months. And I am getting tired. Continue reading “Dealing with Burnout: T -11 Days”
Like hundreds of millions of Americans, I work at a desk job. And like hundreds of millions of Americans, I put on weight in my first sedentary year. Every job I had prior involved me at least being on my feet, if not being physically active. So for the first time in my life I was to be seated an extra forty hours a week. Continue reading “Weight Loss Tips and Tricks”