Pushing through when things (runs or life) get hard is sometimes just that: HARD. But that doesn’t mean impossible. Here’s how I do it.
Those days when it seems the odds aren’t in our favor and everything is going wrong happen to all of us. How we cope in those times is what separates us.
The definition of “high mileage” varies among runners. What’s consistent is how it feels to set that distance PR. Here’s what mine was like.
Marathon training cycles are always full of milestone potential. During Week 9 I hit the highest mileage I ever have and this is how it felt.
Week 2 of marathon training brought emotional challenges in the wake of overturning Roe v. Wade. Here’s how I used that to fuel my runs.
Week 1 of a marathon training cycle can be intimidating whether you’ve run one before or not. Here’s how I handled all the thoughts & miles.
Before any marathon training cycle, you need to do base building. Here’s what that looks like for me and why it matters so much on race day.
Wonder what it’s like to train for the Chicago marathon? Well, let me spell it out for you. Here’s what you can expect in the next 16 weeks.
A two-time heart attack survivor and 7x half marathoner, I will run my first full marathon (26.2 miles) in November. Read my story of why it needed to happen THIS year in particular and how you can help.
From heartbroken to depressed to the strongest I’ve ever been physically, emotionally and mentally. This is my story of coming back stronger.