As many of you know by now, I’m dealing with an injury. Luckily, this is really the first major injury I’ve ever experienced. And, for someone who’s been an athlete their entire life, that’s a pretty big deal. With that said, the recovery process is a whole new ball game for me. I spent the
A little over a week ago, I found out that the nagging pain in my hip was actually a femoral neck stress fracture. While part of me was relieved to finally have an answer to the pain that had already been preventing me from running, the reality also set in that this was a real injury, one that would sideline me for awhile (6 weeks to be exact).
I set a pretty lofty goal for SeaWheeze — one of the first half marathons I decided to race in several years (Austin doesn’t count because #hills). I wanted to run a 1:35 or faster…and it didn’t happen. Neither did a PR (by 6 seconds…come on!). And, I’m totally okay with the outcome! I learned
It’s my fifth summer running and sweating in Houston and I’ve picked up a few essentials that I just can’t live without!
One of my favorite things to do while traveling on holidays is run the local 5K or fun run! Read on for my race recap of the Moe’s Firecracker 5K in Naples, FL.
Almost halfway done with the hard training for the Seawheeze Half Marathon in August. Read on to see how things are shaking out!
Today is International Day of Yoga and that has me reflecting on all the gifts that yoga has given me over the last few years. Yoga is a practice that I fell into by accident. I didn’t know what it was or the amount of impact it would have on my life in the years
Looking for ways to celebrate Global Running Day? Here’s your ultimate guide to the biggest runner holiday of the year, plus a couple of giveaways!
I may no longer be calling it the “dreadmill.” After much anticipation from the running community, RacePace, Houston’s first treadmill studio is up and running. With temperatures quickly beginning to rise, their soft opening comes at the perfect time for Houstonian runners. I was lucky to be part of their first ever RP Speed class on
Whoever said two miles was easy was a big, fat liar. I’m telling you from first hand experience, it’s not. Especially when it’s 4 p.m. in the afternoon in hot, humid Texas. While it may not have been easy, the Bayou Bash Relays, hosted by the Bayou City Road Runners at the lovely TC Jester Park, sure was a blast. I did relays all the time growing up as a swimmer, but when it comes to sports on land, I tend to fly solo. Running this past weekend was a solid reminder of how much I actually love being part of a team.