Thanks to public shaming I woke up and ran this morning! I did not go to the track like I planned, but I did 3 hilly miles. Better than nothing.
And I also finally biked to work. It was under 40* when I left the house. It was a big wake-up call that our nice [...]
Even though I “officially” started marathon training over 2 months ago, it hasn’t felt like I’ve been training that long. I have been so focused on triathlon training and cycling that running has seemed almost secondary. It feels weird to say considering I’ve already gotten up to 18 miles for my long run.
I hope all my fellow Americans had a great long weekend. I’m back from Portland, OR and instead of doing a big recap post I’m giving you the Cliff Notes version.
This is my third time visiting Portland, and the first time we had nice weather. Nice weather meant wine tasting, a street festival, and [...]
Remember how I was enjoying a non-training plan? Well, with all of this travel lately April has flown by and it is time for me to get serious about triathlon training. I finally picked a race and signed up for the Rock Hall International Triathlon. The best part of this race is that it is [...]
I mentioned earlier in the week that I wanted to talk about two recent New York Times health articles. The second article that caught my mind was actually published about a month ago. The article talks about the difference between bike injuries and running injuries.
Since I’ve had the displeasure of experiencing both in the [...]