After a 30 day hiatus- today's run was filled with gratitude. While I can't change the past or my current situation, I can move forward with hard work and positivity. Each day is a gift. Here's to a Happy Monday and great week.
I’ve had a couple of days to process the information the doctor provided when we met to discuss my knee pain and resulting MRI. I now find myself somewhere between a rock and a hard place. In order to understand the complexity of my exercise choices and decisions, let me briefly go back 22 years. [...]
On Friday, the doctor finally called me back with my MRI results and news I really wasn't prepared to hear. It was his professional opinion that I should "strongly reconsider running." My first thought was, "what? He can't be serious?" Immediately I started asking questions and was quickly told to schedule another appointment so we [...]
In early March, my daughter asked if she could participate in a running program she'd heard about at school but couldn't remember the name. Intrigued, I hopped on Google and together we searched girls running programs. The first site offered was a non-profit organization called Girls on the Run, and my daughter confirmed that was the [...]
Today while rowing, I had some one ask me about my rowing form. He'd been sitting next to me for about 15 minutes when he finished his workout and questioned me about why I lean back while rowing. I mentioned that my college rowing coach drilled us over and over about proper form and technique [...]
Happy Memorial Day- or if you're a little old fashioned, "Decoration Day." Normally every Memorial Day, we opt to run a 5k as a family to honor those who've faithfully served our country and even made the ultimate sacrifice protecting our freedoms. Runtastic events hosts the Run of Remembrance, a local 5k or 10k race [...]
Editors Note- This race report is a little late- the last two weeks have been crazy!