7 Non Workout Mistakes That Are Ruining  Your Training

Thankfully, this week was much quieter than the last.  In fact, I think most of our weeks for the next two months or so are going to be primarily dedicated to some small baby projects, and trying to rest as much as possible. … Read the rest

Treadmill Benefits

Texas heat has been making the news, and we are spending as much time in water as possible.  We started off the week at my dads house, where my kiddo learned how to ride a mini dirt bike before we drove back to San Antonio. … Read the rest

12 More Amazing Podcasts for Runners

After an incredibly long hiatus, road races are finally back on!  And with the sometimes grueling Summer season upon us, most runners are starting to plan their training schedules.  For me, training for a road or trail race isn’t going to happen unless I have something amazing to listen to. … Read the rest

4 Signs of OverTraining

With 2020 being such a cluster of a year, I wasn’t surprised to hear that more athletes are finding themselves over-exercising.  Not familiar with that particular term?  Well, before we get started, it’s important to know that just about any healthy coping skill for dealing with emotional difficulties can become unhealthy once it becomes compulsive. … Read the rest

Staying Safe While Running Solo

Being a lady runner has so many positives; amazing running groups, friends who have the best purse snacks, and a valid reason to spend multiple days in athleisure wear.  Unfortunately, we also face some unique challenges, especially when it comes staying safe on our runs. … Read the rest

7 Tips for Staying Active During the Holidays

The holiday season is definitely upon us.  Every year I have clients who tell me they struggle to stay active during the holiday season.  Between travel, spending time with the family, and trying to cram 40 hours of work into 3 days, it can feel overwhelming. … Read the rest

Speed Workouts for Every Race Goal – Blogger Round Up

Most runners on the roads and trails want to do one of two things; run further or run faster.  Some may even want to try and do both simultaneously (which can be somewhat risky).  Because running is such an individualistic sport, what helps your running buddy improve their race pace may not work for you. … Read the rest

Beating Boredom On Your Runs – Weekly Recap – 8.23.20

Much like last week, this week started off somewhat rough.  My brother in law being in town was so much fun, but also a little rough on my recovery.  After my long run on Saturday, I was not feeling very motivated for my second long run of the week. … Read the rest

Running Injury During Training – Weekly Recap – 8.16.20

This week started off, well interesting.  On Sunday, I took a little bit of a trail spill at about mile 9.  I didn’t trip, like I normally do, but hit some loose dirt on a turn and just kinda slid off the trail a bit. … Read the rest

Three Tempo Run Workouts to Improve Speed

If you’ve been running for any decent period of time, chances are you’re looking for ways of improving your pace and speed.  If this is you, you’ve probably come across the term “tempo run,” as a suggestion for helping you achieve your goal. … Read the rest