“Yes, they are comfortable”, is my reply to anyone who asks me in races if Vibrams are good to run with. I’ve completed 4 half marathons on my lovely Komodos that are minutes of coming apart, and this is the way my feet look like today after 16 miles on them. Zero blisters…. I know… Continue reading Yes. Vibrams are comfortable
I just saw this photo on Facebook, from the ING New York City Marathon’s photo feed and I literally shivered. I am right on schedule with my training and have been very religious to follow the Runners’s World marathon fool proof plan, and have a 16 miler in store this weekend. I am actually doing… Continue reading Did anyone say: “Panic Attack”? yet
I hit my pinky toe on a leg chair yesterday…Not a huge tragedy except that I have a Ragnar race in 3 weeks that ai have been looking forward to for months….AND… the NYC marathon in 7 weeks… which is the most coveted item on my running bucket list at the moment. Yesterday after I… Continue reading Stubbed vs. Broken
I have to say that with all the complaining I have been doing on how much I have been running on the #MarathonTraining plan, I have to accept I love the fact that I can eat more “junk yummy food. It pays off to be burning over 1,000 calories per run…. Even to oversee the… Continue reading The perks of marathon training
I’ve been thinking for weeks now that I need to go buy new wine glasses because mine have all been breaking through the last years and… Guess what I found at mile 6 of my 7 miler today???? I guess someone could not sell this at a tag sale over the weekend. One of the… Continue reading Lucky run!
I have been reading a lot about other people’s “Most important miles”. That got me thinking tonight during my night 6 mile run (which I Really did not want to do at 9 pm after a busy weekend on the treadmill) which was mine. My conclusion was actually fairly simple. I am not sure if… Continue reading My most important mile
This is what I have been singing during hills to keep me going… http://bit.ly/14xt6qA What’s your favorite song to hum, or sing in your head when you run?