Feeling SAD

“The greatest weapon against stress is our ability to choose one thought over another...” William James Cold, snow, early darkness and too much time indoors always makes me SAD. 😐 Seasonal Affective Disorder hits me every year when the temps drop and weather turns sour. While 4-seasons are beautiful, I struggle to stay emotionally well [...]

The Historic Boston Marathon

Okay folks, I'm so excited! Approximately 205 days ago I woke up feeling optimistic and nervous for my second attempt to run The Phoenix Marathon and qualify for the historic Boston Marathon. I trained all winter in cold and snowy Utah and felt prepared despite some Achilles Tendinitis that popped up late in January when [...]

Wednesday PSA

Did you know the knee is the most commonly injured joint in the body? Because injury can be miserable and expensive, prevention is ideal. A strong core, glutes and hip flexors help take pressure off knee joints and assist with injury recovery. Even simple body weight exercises can make a big difference. Above all, consistency [...]

Between a Rock and a Hard Place…

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. [...]