I am SO sorry that this recap is coming so late. I’ll be totally up front, I’ve been slacking. Between both of my kids getting really sick, then the holidays happened, and I have not been training due to trying to completely clear up my knee pain, I just haven’t had the time or the… Continue reading Kiawah Island Half Marathon
You may have noticed on my facebook page numerous check ins at a Physical Therapist or an Ortho Doctor, that would be because I’m dealing with a bum knee. The rough knee happened two weeks before I ran Rock N Roll Savannah but I was able to push through that race and compete at a… Continue reading Running life and a bum knee
What a whirl wind of emotions. I’m typing up this recap as I watch the New York City Marathon live. I’m inspired by these athletes every single time I watch them race. I don’t personally know them, I’ve never met them, yet I’m emotionally moved with every stride they take on the course. It’s amazing… Continue reading Rock N Roll Savannah!
Over the course of the summer/fall I participated in Fleet Feet Summerville’s half marathon training program. It’s no surprise to anyone that I love my Fleet Feet, besides their amazing advice they also put on some of the most fun pub runs, free group runs, and host some of the best races in Charleston. Anytime… Continue reading What I learned by joining a training group
The race is just a few days away and I realized I need to talk out my thoughts and feelings of this race going into it. I haven’t been completely honest with my readers about my goals for this race. The only person who truly knows what I’m gunning for, is Lana. For good reason,… Continue reading Rock N Roll Savannah Half Marathon – Pre-race thoughts
Monday: 8 miles total: 1 mile warm up- 5 miles half marathon pace with some progression- 2 mile cool down. Before I left for this run I had told myself that I would aim for 7:45 pace during my Tempo miles, which is slower than my goal Half marathon pace. Right now I don’t know… Continue reading Training recap!
Maybe those few days off last week were a blessing in disguise. I started out this week by returning from Dallas extremely late Monday night. I was already freaking out about how many days I had missed from running and there was a part of my brain that truly believed I had forgotten how to… Continue reading Training week recap