Make yourself a warm beverage and cuddle up – this is the beginning of a long post because 100 miles starts with just 1 mile…and this is a good chunk of my why… #bibchat #hawk100 #trainingforultra
My biggest dislike about running is the possible chafing that can happen anytime, anywhere! The chafe is real – but with @pjuractive 2skin, chafe is a thing of the past! #bibchat
Disclaimer: I received a free entry to the Kansas City Marathon as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review find and write race reviews! Since my last training cycle ended with finishing my goal race for the year, I have been working hard (or hardly working…some days) to… Continue reading Kansas City Marathon | Recap
November is National Runners Safety Month! We are already 11 days in…here are my favorite safety tools and/or techs for running!
This week was a great running week! Overall, this was a nice week of running and a little additional cross training in the form of body weight exercises and cardio! Also, I foam rolled more this week than I have in a while! – that needs to keep up in the long term as well! Be… Continue reading marathon training w4
Workout Recap Marathon Training – Week 3 Sunday- recovery run scheduled While this day called for a recovery run, I just wasn’t able to get out – kept close to home for a lazy Sunday. Monday- 2.9 miles + 5 miles 125 minute total run 10 minute total walk I decided to make up for the missed Sunday recovery… Continue reading marathon training w3
Marathon Training, Week 2
Week one of marathon training is complete! While I know the miles will add up fast, I feel like I am having a slow start. Going from trying to run 5 miles a few days a week and a long run over the weekend – to running less mileage during the week with the long… Continue reading marathon training w1
Last week was the last week before marathon training starts! I am thinking about changing up how I record my workouts. I think I will report the past week’s workouts and then also the coming week’s workouts. So then, week to week, I can keep track of the “expected workouts versus the actual workouts 🙂… Continue reading Weekly Workouts
This year has been a busy one! In fact, I have not had a year as active as this last one in a very long time and this is a great way to think back on some of the experiences.