For several months throughout the fall and winter, my plans for running and racing were simple: No plans. Continue reading Spring 2016 Race Plans
Since 2014, I have been a Skechers Performance Brand Ambassador, so I’ve had a unique opportunity to see many of the new models of Skechers running footwear early into their production. Here are a few of the new Spring 2016 models that have been released. Continue reading Skechers Performance 2016 Footwear
As a runner, I feel like I’m worlds apart from who I was a year ago. In January, I posted the following goals for 2015: Continue reading 2015: A Year in Review
My friend and teammate, Amy Baker ran the California International Marathon this past Sunday and didn’t have the day she had been working so hard for. I believe she embodies what many of us experience when we chase something at the very fringes of our ability. Give it a read!
It’s hard to admit when you’re wrong. You set out determined to prove all the doubters wrong. You convince yourself that their advice is overstated and you’ll have no problem overcoming the challenges ahead. But occasionally, something will happen and you’ll have spare time sitting on the couch to think about what went wrong. As it turns out, sometimes they’re right. Continue reading New Focus: Statesman Capitol 10,000
Here we go again. I’ve probably started a blog post with those words before, but that’s the best way to put it. Continue reading Back to It
After Boston in April, I went back to the drawing boards to decide what the next challenge would be. To be honest, it’s hard to think of anything that could be nearly as epic as my experience in THE Boston Marathon, so I decided to return to Houston where I ran my first marathon and see how well I could improve my PR. To do this, I knew that I would need a solid base of fitness – something I haven’t really managed to develop in the previous two years. Continue reading Broken