How to set your 2020 running goals
2019 was a bit of a disappointment on the racing scene. Injury in January lead to extended rest. Extended rest led to a lack of desire. A lack of desire led to no racing. You get the picture. Finally something clicked and thanks to some awesome doctors and helpful books I'm getting things back on … Continue reading Preparing to fuel 2020
It was a long road to my first obstacle course race (OCR) this year. Back in 2018 I had dreams of grandure. I saw the possibilites and I signed up to attempt my first 70.3 race. I even went to my first triathlon camp in Clermont, FL. Then we moved back to MD. Then I … Continue reading My First Savage Race and OCR
Hi out there in blog land. It's been a long year so far. Let's recap: 1. We moved from Tampa, Fl back home to Annapolis, Md 2. We both started new jobs 3. I was diagnosed with posterior tibial tendonitis. 4. We bought a house and moved. 5. I was diagnosed with Polycystic ovarian syndrome … Continue reading The diagnosis and the doctor
Disclaimer: I will receive items from Strava to review as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review find and write race reviews! Strava is kinda like Facebook for the athletically inclined. You can keep track of the runs/bikes/swims that your friends are … Continue reading Strava – the ultimate in social miles
Disclaimer, I received an annual Strava summit subscription and strava merchandise to review as part of being a Bibrave Pro. Learn more about beomcing a bibrave Pro (ambassador), and check out Bibrave.com to review, find, and write race reviews. I've been off from running, docs orders, for about a month. So why not come back … Continue reading You wanna streak??
Besides turning 34 today, yes really! I had to make the hard decision to not do my first 70.3 in Virginia this year. On Friday I was booted, and told to do 4 weeks of PT. Now I'll get more details tomorrow but the Ortho pretty much said it was achilles tendonitis. I kinda had … Continue reading Making tough choices