I'm not going to lie. I really nerd out when I get to teach my middle school kiddos concepts that I can relate to running, or exercising in some way . We have been recently learning about how our body converts food energy into a usable form of energy called adenine triphosphate, or ATP. This… Continue reading Understanding Running Economy
Every run has a purpose. Many runners, especially new runners, are under the impression that in order to get faster, they must run all of their runs faster. This, very simply put, is not true and can quickly become counterproductive. Your easy run is a key building block for endurance races, but only if done correctly.
I was super excited to receive 10 pouches of Food Groove Mission Super bites, an all natural snacks packed with a healthy punch, great for both before and after your run. There are three flavors.; Mother Earth: A wholesome combination of unique berries, seeds and nuts. Holy Truffle Punch!: A pure spark of dark chocolate.… Continue reading Food Groove Mission- Product Review
Running is awesome! I am sure it is no surprise, to anyone that I meet, that I think running is pretty great. I am not the only one, however. Running is growing in popularity, it is definitely having a moment. There is a reason why, running really is for everyone Why everyone should become a… Continue reading Why YOU should become a runner 2019
As I have transitioned to a certified coach, actively seeking new clients and building my hobby into a business. I am surprised by the conversations I have had with runners on an almost daily basis surrounding the concept of hiring a running coach. It's not what I thought it would be. It's not that many… Continue reading Why YOU could benefit from a running coach!
Last week I ran California International Marathon, and I had a blast! You can read all about it here!I don't have a whole lot to write about as far as training recap. 1 week post marathon, so the mileage was low and the pace was easy. I was pretty beat up after this race. Totally… Continue reading Weekly Wrap Up- Post Marathon 12/3-12/9
I'm back and starting to feel normal again. I had a great time in Sacramento and have lots of wonderful things to say about the race. I traveled to Sacramento with my husband, mom and dad. I was more excited about my dad running his first marathon then I was about my own race. The… Continue reading California International Race Recap #AllaboutWednesday blog link up
A couple of weeks ago I posted about my struggle with anxiety and how it had began to creep into my running (read about it hear). Hind sight is always 20/20 and when reflecting on the time period leading up to the anxiety attacks I began to have while running, I could see my bodies… Continue reading Anxiety on the run, breaking the link
Last week I did a post Count Down to Christmas- RunCanvas Favorites and Holiday shopping ideas for your runner- Accessories . I am continuing with that Christmas theme and sharing my 5 favorite big ticket Christmas ideas for runners. I like to get a head start on my holiday shopping. I don’t want to wait for all… Continue reading 5 big ticket gift ideas for your favorite runner- Count Down to Christmas- RunCanvas Favorites and Holiday shopping ideas
Whenever I post tips on run training, I will get follow up questions through comments, email and direct messaging. Usually the person is asking about advice on specific run training secrets or workouts. What is the best kind of workout to be doing, what is the correct number of miles, how long should a training… Continue reading The Secret to successful run training!- Part 1 of 2