If you are quite familiar with terms such as ‘long run’, ‘race day’, ‘hydration’, ‘pace’, ‘PR’, ‘strength training’, ‘rest day’, ‘easy run’, ‘fuel’, ‘wicking’, ‘blisters’, ‘cross training’, ‘stitches’, ‘runner’s knee’, ‘intervals’, ‘sprints’, ‘foam rolling’, ‘compression socks’ and so on but have not discovered first hand the amazingness of being a road warrior aka runner, then may I suggest to you that perhaps you are an [un]official friend of a runner.
It’s a phrase I have coined to cover significant others, siblings, friends, neighbors, and colleagues of Read More
A few weekends ago, I went to Chicago–so you know I was definitely going to get a run in. I had run once in Chicago before, but it was in a quiet residential neighborhood; nothing too spectacular. It was while I was training for a half marathon Read More
What sane person, who doesn’t know how to swim, climbs 2 stories to a height of 30 ft, to slide down an inclined plane at high velocity into a large muddy body of water that’s 2 inches less than their height?
Yes, me. I did that. And I am still not sure Read More
September 10, 2016 is a big deal. It is going to be a day of several firsts for me. My first race of 2016, my first race that’s not a half marathon, my first obstacle race, my first race post foot injury … so as you can imagine, I’ve been a little more than slightly nervous. So nervous that I started hallucinating! Read More