I just came back from California after running the Ragnar Relay Napa Valley (read about that here) and now I’m off again. This time I’m headed for the other coast, NYC to be precise, to run my 10th marathon. If you had told me back in 2009 when I ran my first half marathon, that
This is the true story… of 12 strangers… picked to travel to NorCal…run 200 miles together and sleep in two vans… to find out what happens… when people stop sleeping… and start drinking Nuun…The Real World Nuun Edition. But in all seriousness, this past weekend was one of the best weekends I’ve ever had running. I
I’ve done plenty of races in the past five years from tris to marathons, but I don’t think I’ve ever been truly nervous about any of the courses before. Anxious about hitting my goal pace or placing, yes. Completing the course, never. Enter the Tough Mudder. Full disclosure, this is the second Tough Mudder I’ve
It’s officially my third summer in Houston, needless to say, I’ve learned a LOT about hydration. I grew up swimming competitively and while I always carried a water bottle to the pool, I never had a grasp on just how important drinking it was to performance. When you’re swimming, you don’t realize how much water
I’ve been an athlete most of my life. And most of my life I’ve been healthy and I learned to push through painful, tough training. Injury was just never present, until this past December. I tried to ignore it, the nagging pain in my heel when I woke up. I tried to chalk it up
I’m a huge fan of cross-training, but I’m also a marathon runner! I thought others would benefit from some of my tips on how to do both. Plus, whether you’re a casual runner or training for a marathon, cross-training can yield major results! Make a date Hit up a new class with a running buddy!