Well, this week was a bit of a challenge to keep with the plan. Schedules, heat, and bad eating choices all interfered with the training. Overall though, it was a great week and one step closer to those beautiful medals that were just revealed by Maritime Race Weekend. This girl loves her bling! (Click here … Continue reading Half Marathon Training – Week 2 Recap
Did you see that title? I started my blog in September of 2015 after finishing a fun weekend at Maritime Race Weekend, to record my path to my first half marathon the following year. As I have shared since then, things didn't go as planned. I was faced with injury and health issues that took my … Continue reading Half Marathon Plan
Oh yeah, this season is going to be a good one! I can feel it!
Training is awesome! Seriously, things are coming back much faster than I thought they would and it's leaving me wondering if it's safe to say I can start setting goals beyond just wanting to run a bit again. I'm scared to jinx this progress and do something that will hurt me but I think it's … Continue reading October 26th, 2016 – Wednesday Weekly Update – Rebuilding.
I went 115 days without going outside and pressing RUN on my Garmin but that all changed this week! I RAN!! OUTSIDE!! FOR REAL PEOPLE!! So exciting! I've been doing some thinking about my return to running and have decided to go back to the beginning. Well, the stress fracture kind of put me back at the … Continue reading October 12th, 2016 – Wednesday Weekly Update
Training has resumed and I am loving the feeling of working out again. I am loving hanging out with others while we support each other to reach our goals. I am NOT loving the realization of how much work I have to do to get back to where I was pre-injury. I have been doing small … Continue reading For the love of it…
I have learned a lot about me during this past week. Bluenose was a fantastic time but the recovery was no fun at all. I went into the Bluenose feeling stronger than I EVER had. Yoga has given me new upper body strength and my last long pre-race run was easy and fun. I was … Continue reading After the finish line…