I don’t know about you guys, but burying myself in all things running has been a huge escape from the political junk going on. Focusing on my training has been a great stress reliever, also. So without too much build up, here is my weekly recap. Monday-6.01 miles at 8:05 pace (48:39 total time)… Continue reading 2017 Week 4 recap- 12 weeks until Boston Marathon
What makes a strong runner? If you have two runners, of absolutely equal physical ability, which one is going to win? I would say the runner that is mentally stronger. Do you think that the person who always wins a race is the most fit? I certainly do not. One of my favorite running buddies… Continue reading Training to be a mentally stronger runner
Are you working toward a new distance or a time goal? If you are, you need to think about this title question every day, before you head out the door. What is the purpose of this run? When you are training, you are applying a stimulus or stress to the body. That stress will hopefully… Continue reading What is the purpose of your run today?
I had a great week last week. I hope you guys did too! The weather was prime marathon training conditions here. Temperatures in the 50s and a light wind most of the week. We didn’t see a whole lot of sun, but I won’t be picky after the ice last week. Running… Continue reading 2017 Week 3 Recap- 13 Weeks from Boston Marathon
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2017 Week 2 Recap-14 weeks Until Boston Marathon! Happy Martin Luther King Day! This week was a lot better compared to week 1. I am ending the week feeling stronger and much more confident. I was really excited to get my marathon training cycle started and begin working with my new coach. (You can read… Continue reading 2017 Week 2 Recap-14 weeks Before Boston Marathon
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“A Journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step”- Lao Tzu’s expression of how great things start from humble beginnings. That is how I like to imagine every run and race. One, single step. I have struggled with what awesome, meaningful and engaging information I could pack into my first blog post. In… Continue reading A single step….