Hi everyone! SO much has happened since the last time I was able to make a post. I thought I would be able to manage a blog and a full course load of grad school classes, but clearly I was not. That's okay though because in FIVE DAYS I will be graduating from the University… Continue reading A Wet and Cold Fight to the End; The 122nd Boston Marathon
When it comes to flexibility, running works muscles in the polar opposite direction. There’s a really big scientific explanation for it and I could write a lengthy jargon-filled post emphasizing the body’s natural physiological adaptations to running, but one- as a grad student I do things like that on the daily and two- very few… Continue reading “YOU MEAN YOU CAN RUN MARATHONS, BUT YOU CAN’T TOUCH YOUR TOES?” STRETCHING – THE GREAT DEBATE
This fall will be the first time in 4 years that I will not be running a marathon. It was a decision I went back and forth on for weeks, but ultimately decided a break is what my body needs. I was 6 weeks into this training segment and my body was running on E… Continue reading Learning To Accept A Change in Plans
After taking my first trip out to Colorado in 2013 and getting to experience the mountains, things changed for me. I found myself craving experiences that really put things into perspective and challenge me to think beyond the borders of my day-to-day life. The mountains are magical. Having a bad day? Sit yourself at the… Continue reading Life Above 14,000ft.
I'm not an expert, but when I find things that work for me, I hold on tight and never let go [exaggeration]. It took a while for me to finally figure out my running do's and don'ts. It really is not a process you should rush. I will be very honest about this and if… Continue reading Quality Over Quantity
I think I am finally realizing why the mountains will never get "old" for me. I crave the challenge of starting at rock bottom (pun intended) and maneuvering my way around rocks, roots, and trees to make it to the top, only to look out see that I am surrounded by sister peaks that stand… Continue reading Take a Hike