I’m amazed with what the human body can do. Many of my friends know that I run ultra-distances. Well, I have crazier friends who push their bodies’ limits. This past weekend, I helped my friend complete her ‘practice, supported’ 150 mile run/hike through the Marin Headlands in Sausalito, CA. It was a wonderful experience. We
I had an awesome 20-mile training run in the desert today! I know in order for me to complete Javelina, I need to train in the desert. My sister lives in Las Vegas, so I visited her this weekend, and ran with her trail friends (now my friends too, sort of). We had a zombie
I may have officially gone crazy. I registered for my first 100-mile trail race. It will be Javelina Jundred, this October, in Fountain Hills, Arizona (near Scottsdale). I never said I was not going to do one, I kept the option open. Now that I have completed my triathlon race this year, I’m ready to
“Crazy” is an understatement for anyone running 100 miles or more. Pacing at Headlands Hundred was my first time pacing at a 100 mile race, through the night and early morning. I have a LOT of respect for all those who do these kinds of race. My friend whom I paced, made it through the night. We passed/overtook 10
Monday (3/25) â€“ Pilates mat class – 60 minutes Tuesday (3/26) â€“ lap swim at the gym Wednesday (3/27) â€“ ran at noontime near the office â€“ 3.6 miles Thursday (3/28) â€“ ran at noontime near the office â€“ 3.6 miles Since this is Holy Week, and Thursday is the start of the Triduum, I
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CLEAN SPORT Pledge
- Pass the baton! Ragnar Relays Trail Edition
- Women’s Clay Extravaganza
- A Memorable Time in the PNW: The Bigfoot 200 Experience
- Pacing at Tahoe Rim Trail 100 – 7/17/2021
- Aye Aye, Captain!
- Texas Trail Running Festival
- First Multi-Sport since the Pandemic started
- Running in Marin Headlands… Good to be back!