Following up my post on recommended reading for runners. I start with this well know coach and authur, Jack Daniels. Check it out!
Runners, love to run. However, it’s not uncommon for us to lack motivation from time to time. Most of the time, the hardest part is getting yourself out the door. Fifteen minutes into the run, you feel great and you are no longer struggling to find motivation. When you are finished you are glad youContinue reading “Don’t forget to enjoy running”
I absolutely love fall running weather! Many friends are deep into training for their next big race, the camaraderie is awesome. The temperatures are dropping after this long hot and humid summer and the scenery is beautiful. I am so over this summer we have had, this year in Missouri. I am kicking summer outContinue reading “Fall is coming! Running Tips for Fall Weather training”
When talking about our goals we often talk about all the awesome training we have planned to get us there. We talk about the workouts we will be doing, our weekly mileage, and the coaches we are using. We take time setting up intricate training plans. One thing that is just as important in thatContinue reading “Focus on Recovery”
I did it,I finally picked a race. I am super excited to announce that I have been given the opportunity to run with a seeded bib number at California International Marathon. As I wrote about in May (My next journey…) my big goal is to chase an Olympic trials standard, and California International Marathon willContinue reading “June/July Recap+ what’s ahead”
Physical Therapist and Performance Coach Nathan Carlson cover some basics about common misconceptions runners have about injuries.
I am so super excited about my upcoming opportunity to compete in my first Boston Marathon. The buildup between my qualifier at Kansas City Marathon, in October 2015 and race day seems like forever. It has been a journey and I can’t help but feel all kinds of emotions as I look back. ForContinue reading “Reflection and Countdown to the Boston Marathon”
I am very excited that we now have the opportunity to feature guest blogger Tony – The Runninger, on Runcanvas. Why do we run? It’s a question as a runner you get asked regularly from non runners that don’t understand running but it’s not a question I actually ask myself regularly. Why would you IContinue reading “Why I run.”
Admit it, you are guilty. You feel a pain and you head to the Google, to find out what is wrong and how to fix it. STAHP IT! I am totally guilty myself. I know better, but sometimes I don’t want to admit something is wrong, so I look for ways to self-remedy. This doesContinue reading “Quit googling your injuries!”
I was so excited for this week. I was going to make this a super, running week. I had plans to really focus on recovery and strength training. Spending my spring break doing all the little extra things so that I could finish my last couple weeks strong. Well, things didn’t go as planned.Continue reading “2017 week 11 recap- 5 weeks until Boston Marathon”