On today’s episode of the show, I’m joining blogger and running coach Susie Lemmer for a few easy miles.
If you haven’t checked out her website yet, you really should head over to SuzLyfe.com and look around a little bit. Her writing is really great, and after talking with her it’s clear that the voice she uses on her website is 100% her own.
And not every blogger can say that is always the case. Believe me…
We really did have a great conversation today. She shared some great running tips, we laughed a lot, and her stories are top notch.
You’re definitely going to enjoy this one!
Here are some of the highlights from my chat with Susie Lemmer:
- Loves training for a full marathon, but racing the half
- The importance of making smart decisions during a race
- Using music strategically during a race
- Our mutual disdain for fueling with gels
- Caron’s Disease: Living With It, Not Suffering From It
- Sacral stress fracture diagnosis and the recovery process
- Future plans, assuming the stress fracture recovery continues as planned
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