Virtual Trail Racing – Weekly Recap – 5.17.20

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

2019 Holiday Gift Guide for Runners

Do you have a special runner in your life that deserves a thoughtful Christmas gift?  Or maybe you are a runner, and you’d like to give your friends and family some pointers on what you’d like to see under the tree. … Read the rest

Marathon Prep: The Night Before A Big Race

Recently, I had the pleasure of meeting with one of my clients to discuss her preparations for her first half-marathon.  As we chatted about her nerves and excitement, it hit me that it’s been almost a decade since my first race. … Read the rest

The Running Dead (and how to come back to life)

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

Howard Peak Greenway Trail System

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