Advice For Second Time Marathoners

Second Marathon Advice

There is a ton of advice for first-time marathoners. And a second burst of advice for advanced marathoners who are trying to qualify for Boston, but I think a frequently overlooked group of marathoners are those setting out to train for […]

A Proud Fail

Proud Fail

My very first guest post is from my friend Beth Carter! Find her on LinkedIn. Beth is an amazing runner who is just as comfortable pacing a 3:30 marathon as she is pacing a 6-hour marathon. She intensely trained all winter (a […]

When Your Running Routine Becomes A Running Rut

Running Routine or Running Rut

Generally, having a running routine makes for more successful running. For me, having a routine keeps me from making excuses and bailing on runs. I learned early on that the key to my running success was to never ask myself any […]

Empowerment, Running and Rosie the Riveter

Rosie the Riveter

I am an ambassador for an event being held this summer, the Empower Race Series. Two days of running and yoga being held at the Craneway Pavilion in Richmond, California. Find out more. (August 2017 update: Check out my Empower […]

Running Gear That Made All The Difference

Running Gear

Note: Post contains affiliate links. Items purchased via these links may provide me the funds to afford energy gel. Thanks for subsidizing my GU habit. Read my full affiliate policy. Running is as simple (or as complex) a sport as […]

Spring Clean Your Running

Spring Clean Your Running

Note: Post contains affiliate links. Read my full affiliate policy. Items purchased via these links may provide me the funds to afford energy gel. Thanks for subsidizing my GU habit.  Spring is in the air. Around here, we are in […]

Anatomy Of A Pace Band

Pace Band

Note: Post contains affiliate links. Items purchased via these links may provide me the funds to afford energy gel. Thanks for subsidizing my GU habit. Read my full affiliate policy.   Many races offer pace bands for runners to use […]