A funny thing can happen when you don't hit a goal in a race. You are fired up to go again, asking your body to push a little bit harder. Sometimes your body responds positively, but oftentimes your body tells you no, in every way possible. via quotefancy Ever since Berlin, I've been fired up... Continue Reading →
I'm a few weeks behind on updating on my training calendar - sorry! Work - blah blah blah. Insert excuse here. If we both take a short trip down memory lane, week 1 launched with a 40-mile training plan, including the Vitality 10K. It ended with a 15 mile hot long run. Week 2 was... Continue Reading →
In one of my last few posts I talked about setting goals, and looked back on my goals for 2017. It was a foundation year and I really wanted to go into 2018 building that foundation. When I got a spot for the London Marathon, I wanted so badly for that race to be my... Continue Reading →
Running a marathon is challenging. There are months of training required, and when you’re running a spring marathon, like London, that means the added fun of winter training – dark, cold, rain, wind, snow (this year there's been LOTS of snow). Running for a charity gives your training purpose; you know that an organization is... Continue Reading →
Today I'm guest blogging at Barrecore talking about how barrecore is a great cross-training companion to marathon training.
Last night I had the chance to join the LDN Brunch Club to test out Digme Fitness' new class, Run Matrix before it officially launches next week. Run Matrix is built on 3 key pillars: Run, Condition, Move. This class is geared toward runners to ensure we're targeting often neglected areas of training (like mobility... Continue Reading →