This week, I started prepping for my 100 mile week . On Monday the 3rd, I’ll be starting my 100 miles for 100 Women project. I’m using my running as a way of honoring and bringing more awareness to the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women. … Read the rest
This week marked the end of my base building. My mileage was high, and I felt good all week. On Saturday, I wrapped up my base building with a little virtual trail racing. After this week, I’ll take a deload week with some lower mileage. … Read the rest
Earlier this week, I finally registered for the BMW Dallas Marathon in December. When I decided to run this race, I was reminded of the creative ways I have found to reduce the costs of race registrations.
After a number of pre-race injuries and changed plans, I like to wait as long as possible to register for races, just in case something unplanned comes up. … Read the rest
This week was not good to me. It started off nice and unassuming enough, but by Tuesday everything pretty much went downhill. Reflecting on this week, I am so thankful for health insurance and the fact that I have a relationship with an amazing chiropractor. … Read the rest
Endurance running is no easy feat. Part of the reason that the sport is so addictive and intriguing is the fact that it requires an athlete to push and explore the limits of the human body. Spend a couple of hours talking to an avid endurance athlete, and you may walk away feeling like they just aren’t fully human. … Read the rest
Locals in San Antonio know that the city boasts a great variety of trails, especially for a major metropolitan area. The Texas hill country in general is one of my favorite area’s to run. The views are amazing, the terrain is varied, and the rolling slopes are guaranteed to build leg strength. … Read the rest