QT: Are Your Running Injuries Really Running Injuries?


As runners, there are a few injuries that are all too common within our ranks.

Plantar fasciitis. Shin splints. IT band syndrome. Stress fractures.

In most cases, when a runner is struggling with one of these issues we look for a solution in our running.

Maybe we need new shoes. Or a tweak to our form. Or we’ve increased our mileage too quickly.

But what if I told you that the actual root cause of some running injuries has nothing to do with running?

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QT: Lessons Learned from Running One Marathon Per Month in 2019


In 2019, I set the goal of running one marathon (minimum!) per month.

That is a valid question.

And one that I’ll get to shortly.

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QT: My Charity Running Experience + Lessons Learned


As you may have heard, I recently ran my first race as a charity runner!

I joined forces with the Team in Training crew for the Goofy Challenge this year, and really had a pretty enjoyable experience.

Does that mean that everything was smooth sailing and all of my expectations were met/exceeded? Read more

QT: Speed Up the Post-Race Recovery Process


As runners, most of us don’t exactly “enjoy” being sidelined during the post-race recovery period.

Taking the time to recover properly before you start running is, in my view, a very necessary evil if you’re going to race.

While proper post-race recovery does take a certain amount of time, there are some ways that you can speed up your body’s recovery process. Read more

QT: Utilize External Accountability to Help You Stay on Track and Crush Your Goals


Happy New Year!

I don’t know about you, but I’m a fan of a fresh start.

It’s why I love Mondays so much.

A new week is a new opportunity to do something great.

A new year? It’s like a new week times 52! #mathwhiz Read more