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Fitness Fess Ups

Inspired by Laurie of Meditations in Motion’s Runfessions, I decided to do some fessing up myself.  Mine will span the entire fitness spectrum to include my non-running workouts as well as nutrition.  I’m not sure if I’ll make this a … Continue reading

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2019 – 3rd Quarter Fitness Summary

I’m slightly overdue in writing up this summary but I wanted to make sure to highlight the Glow in the Grove race in the last post.  I’m curious to see how many miles I was able to log this quarter … Continue reading

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Dead Butt Syndrome

I’m not sure where or when I first read about dead butt syndrome, but once I discovered it I had a sneaky feeling I had it.  I’m a desk jockey, spending 40 hours a week glued to a computer for … Continue reading

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Back on Track

After spending a good portion of the summer rehabing (which isn’t a word per the red line under it, but I think it should be) from my hamstring injury I feel I am fully recovered and back into my normal … Continue reading

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Pain Free Training

Last week was the first week since my hamstring injury and rehab that I felt as if I actually trained and it was truly pain free.  Not that my hamstring had been really causing much pain, but I would still … Continue reading

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Testing Limits

I’m finding that while dealing with an injury is tough, figuring out if you’re truly healed and how to train post-injury poses its own set of challenges.  My physical therapist had advised that it would be normal to feel some … Continue reading

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A Few Running Firsts

This past week I was reminded of the children’s book “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie“.  If you’re not familiar with the book, it’s a cause and effect story that begins with a mouse receiving a cookie which makes … Continue reading

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