Monthly Archives: June 2016

The runner’s walk

If you’ve ever done a long run on a Sunday, you know exactly what I’m talking about. The Runner’s Walk is that weird waddle you do on the way into work and every dreaded time you have to get up from … Continue reading

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Accountability is key

Last month I decided to re-evaluate my running goals. I also started an ab workout plan that is absolutely brutal. I mean, even for me, an athlete my whole life, this thing is torture. A new Challenge: To avoid the … Continue reading

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Recent Events

In light of the Orlando Shooting, I felt this week’s post should be focused away from running. I’m saddened, deeply, that we have come to a point where human life is not valued. We all have experienced loss, and know … Continue reading

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Book Review – The Oatmeal

My awesome husband, who really is awesome, (I’m not just saying it because he reads my blog-because he doesn’t), bought me a book for Christmas that I had been longing to read:  The Wonderful and Terrible Reasons I Run Long … Continue reading

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