So you finished the marathon, now what? That’s the feeling I always get after running a race. What’s next? What do I need to do to ensure proper recovery so I can get back out there and chase another goal? Proper recovery and staying active is the perfect way to stay healthy and cure the
Taper gets a bad rap. From unexplained muscle soreness to nerves and uncontrollable hunger, it can get weird. But for runners who want to PR, BQ and have a really solid race, it’s one of the most important parts of training. Even with the weirdness, I love taper! And, with my taper in full swing for the Chevron Houston Marathon
I grew up in California, lived in Hawaii and now I live in Texas. Common theme? Heat. So naturally, when I began my running journey it was in warm weather. This year, Houston’s weather has been especially warm. Looking back at the season, 90 percent of my long marathon training runs have been extra sweaty.
2016 was a pretty monumental year for me, but on the eve of 2017 I thought it would be pretty appropriate to share what my resolutions are for my 30th year and more importantly, how I planning on keeping them. 1. Learn to cook. Sure I can cook a few dishes and I’m a microwave
‘Twas 9 days until Christmas and your shopping still hasn’t started. Sound familiar? I’ve got you covered. This quick and dirty list of top finds for your #FitFam will ensure that everyone on your list is happy and ready to sweat into the New Year. Plus, you can get all of these things under the tree before Santa makes it down the chimney.
33 Days until Race Day: I’ve had a lot of people ask me what my training will look like with just a six-week window in between marathons, and since I received my corral assignment for the Chevron Houston Marathon today it seemed like a pretty timely post. I’ve run 12 marathons, two a year for
CIM (California International Marathon) was my first marathon to run with my phone. I’ve done shorter races, but always feared that with longer ones like a marathon my phone would die or I’d break it! But, it worked at CIM and worked so well that I’m planning on doing it again. So, here are my
Disclaimer: This is a long post cataloging my CIM experience and emotions. Read at your own risk ;). I run about two marathons a year, so I’d say that running is a big part of my life. I’ve been trying to qualify for Boston (BQ) since I realized that I was actually pretty good at
I’ve lived in Texas for almost four years now, but up until last week I hadn’t explored the state much further than the major cities. For Thanksgiving my family decided to head west and embrace the Texas ranch life. So, on Wednesday we packed up the car and hit the road. If there’s one thing that a
If you’ve read my blog or met me in person, you know that I’m a HUGE advocate for practicing yoga to improve athletic performance and prevent injury. That’s why I’m thrilled to offer a Yoga for Runners & Cyclists Workshop at Revolution Studio next month in partnership with my running partner, Frances Kellerman. Here’s what