I saw an article the other day with a headline that kind of jumped out at me. Running a Marathon Hard on Heart, Especially in Less Prepared Runners. Did I mention I’m running a marathon in 10 days? Obviously I clicked on the headline and read the article.
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As I near taper time for my upcoming marathon, I’m starting to notice a lot more aches and pains than I remember having a few months ago. While I’m pretty sure that most are just phantom pains or fatigue issues that the taper will solve, I do have some soreness on the bottom of my […]
As someone who absolutely hates using marathon training plans, I’m pretty willy nilly when it comes to my running schedule while preparing for a race. I know I need to get in a certain amount of miles per week, and that I need to do some regular long runs to get ready for a marathon. […]
“Everyone has a plan until they get punched in the face.” ~Mike Tyson Sage advice from the former champ. Who would have ever thought Mike Tyson and sage advice could be linked in such fine fashion? Not me, but I think he’s on to something here. When runners come up with training plans to help […]
A big thanks to Jess Smith for being the first guest writer of the Run Bloggers Unite! movement. If you’d like to to join the movement, I’d love to partner with you! But without further ado, please enjoy Jess’s awesome addition to my blog, and please check out my guest post on my evolution from […]