Let’s talk about streaking….

NO, I am not talking about running through the quad and into the gymnasium.  I am talking about a running streak.  A running streak is running at least one mile, every day.  Your run streak is however man consecutive days you can continue this trend.  It’s pretty neat to hear about the extreme run streaksContinue reading “Let’s talk about streaking….”

Choose training paces based on current fitness level

  When you are training for a goal race and logging lots of miles.  You probably want to get the most out of your training.  You want to push your body enough to improve, but not enough to get injured.  That line can be very thin, and finding the right balance is difficult for manyContinue reading “Choose training paces based on current fitness level”

2017 week 9 recap-7 weeks before Boston Marathon

Completely unrelated to running, but this week was my baby girls 4th Birthday! We had a fun birthday filled week.    It was a busy week, and the second part of the week I struggled with fatigue, tummy issues and general aches and pains.  Some minor knee pain is still lingering, but improving each day.Continue reading “2017 week 9 recap-7 weeks before Boston Marathon”

Runners for Dummies Chapter 5- Taking care of your sick or injured runner

Here’s the best-selling guide to taking care of your runner. Do you have a runner in your life? This fun, friendly guide to runners prepares you for this tough but terrific time. From the basics – housebreaking, feeding, training – to the latest on runner care, supporting your runner, and the new designer breeds ofContinue reading “Runners for Dummies Chapter 5- Taking care of your sick or injured runner”

Runners for Dummies-Chapter 4 Traveling with your runner

Here’s the best-selling guide to taking care of your runner. Do you have a runner in your life? This fun, friendly guide to runners prepares you for this tough but terrific time. From the basics – housebreaking, feeding, training – to the latest on runner care, supporting your runner, and the new designer breeds ofContinue reading “Runners for Dummies-Chapter 4 Traveling with your runner”

2017 week 7 recap-9 weeks before Boston Marathon!

I am so excited, I was finally able to break the 70 mile per week barrier! This week was my biggest weakly mileage to date.  I am guessing with eight more weeks until the Boston Marathon, it may not be my peak. The best part is, I feel great.  I am looking forward to moreContinue reading “2017 week 7 recap-9 weeks before Boston Marathon!”

Running Circles in Parking Lots, and Other Odd Runner Behaviors

Here’s the best-selling guide to taking care of your runner. Do you have a runner in your life? This fun, friendly guide to runners prepares you for this tough but terrific time. From the basics – housebreaking, feeding, training – to the latest on runner care, supporting your runner, and the new designer breeds ofContinue reading “Running Circles in Parking Lots, and Other Odd Runner Behaviors”

2017 Week 6 Recap-10 Weeks Until Boston Maraton

            Okay, things are getting really busy around here and it seems like everyone and their dog is getting sick.  All I want to do it run! HA HA!   It was a balancing act to get in the miles and workouts this week, I didn’t exactly follow my plan as written but I think IContinue reading “2017 Week 6 Recap-10 Weeks Until Boston Maraton”

Runners for Dummies-Chapter 2 Don’t honk at the runners! Plus, other tips to keeping your runner happy

Here’s the best-selling guide to taking care of your runner. Do you have a runner in your life? This fun, friendly guide to runners prepares you for this tough but terrific time. From the basics – housebreaking, feeding, training – to the latest on runner care, supporting your runner, and the new designer breeds ofContinue reading “Runners for Dummies-Chapter 2 Don’t honk at the runners! Plus, other tips to keeping your runner happy”

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