Elite Runner Crawls Across Austin Marathon Finish Line Determined To Finish Race

If you a runner, than you know there often comes a time during long distance runs where you stop running with your body when it starts to give up and instead you run with your heart. The mind is a powerful thing. Your legs may begin to feel like lead, as with each stride you … Continue reading Elite Runner Crawls Across Austin Marathon Finish Line Determined To Finish Race

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Laundry list of #runnerproblems

I have noticed that lately all I wear is workout clothes. My closet is spilt between three classifications of clothes: business-casual-chic office outfits, every day attire, and running gear. So when I saw my hamper piling up, and after I realized I would have to wear yoga leggings instead of shorts, it was time to … Continue reading Laundry list of #runnerproblems

My Road to the Big Race: Part 2 – RACE DAY

Saturday, March 29, 2013, I woke up energized as if someone shot adrenaline right into my veins. The night before, I made sure I did 30-minutes of yoga stretches for runners and would stretch again before the race. Grabbing a bagel with a teaspoon of peanut butter and a banana, I was ready to hit … Continue reading My Road to the Big Race: Part 2 – RACE DAY

My Road to the Big Race: Part 1

My running journey began by not running as a child. In the fifth grade, I joined the track team, but it didn’t qualify me as a runner— not because I was ten-years-old —but because I barely even ran. My specialty was 400-meter walks that took precise movements of heal, toe, heal, toe. When I won … Continue reading My Road to the Big Race: Part 1

Motivation Monday

Monday is probably the most hated day of the week, but if we change our perspective, than Monday can be the best day to start up a new healthy habit or pick up healthy behaviors after weekend "cheat days." Starting of a new week making positive choices will make you stick with your program or … Continue reading Motivation Monday

Marathon training reduces CVD risk

Although it is easy to assume that running lowers your risk from various heart diseases, there has been conflicting research when it comes to male runners heart health. Recently there has been a rise of middle-aged male runners dying from heart attacks during marathons. Furthermore, the Wall Street Journal reported that no matter how much … Continue reading Marathon training reduces CVD risk

Your greatest competition

“It was being a runner that mattered, not how fast or how far I could run. The joy was in the act of running and in the journey, not in the destination. We have a better chance of seeing where we are when we stop trying to get somewhere else. We can enjoy every moment … Continue reading Your greatest competition