Just recently I completed another Diamond 10K event. This one had a 13K challenge race. Which I had talked about in the past. It is just over 8 miles and I didn’t have any plans to run hard or run fast because I have a lot going on. I am currently training for the runDisney marathon in January so fast isn’t my style. Plus, I can’t keep … Continue reading Race the 13K towards the moon
Migraine [mahy-greyn ] noun an extremely severe paroxysmal headache, usually confined to one side of the head and often associated with nausea among other debilitating symptoms. Why is it so important? It is the second leading cause of disability. And it’s one of the least funded. We, as migraine fighters already go through a lot with the pain, and finding little to no … Continue reading Will you be UNSHAKABLE too?
Scoliosis affects 2-3 percent of the population, or an estimated six to nine million people in the United States. Scoliosis can develop in infancy or early childhood. However, the primary age of onset for scoliosis is 10-15 years old, occurring equally among both genders. Females are eight times more likely to progress to a curve magnitude that requires treatment. It has also been found to … Continue reading The Scoliosis runner
I have talked about the Endure 10K race already. Just to quickly recap, it’s taking place September 25 of this year in Fresno,CA!! With a virtual option as well. Click HERE for all the details. With that said, I did create a 16 week training plan for a 10K. I did it in a way that you can make the schedule easier for yourself. It’s easy … Continue reading Training to get my Diamond 10K
Things happen that we may not be prepared for. Such as, needing a new car, or your dog faking an injuring so you stop taking them on your run. But what you aren’t prepared for is the shoe brand you’ve been running in for 12 years, now suddenly causing a problem! Yup! That is my current situation! The Asics Gel-Kayano I have been running in … Continue reading New Shoes, who Dis?
I usually don’t really give much importance or pay much attention to the day of my birth but this one has significance. I turned 40! Woohoo! I am very excited and happy about it for many reasons. Due to having to battle with multiple chronic health issues, many of them deteriorate my health. One of them in particular speeds up my age and while I … Continue reading 40 and going
My life is a challenge I mean let’s be real. Yes, we get it, but I do enjoy pushing myself a littler further to see what I am capable. I like to do challenges to prove to myself that I can hard things to despite all the daily challenges I face daily. It helps. With that said, this is the latest one I have decided … Continue reading Put a little EXTRA diamonds in my challenge
The 2022 Walt Disney World marathon….where do I begin. Should I start with the day before where the migraine attack kept progressing? Or the morning of where I had left my house and forgot my phone? I should’ve known this one was going to be rough at that moment. When I got to the start line area, I had even walked to the wrong starting … Continue reading The migraine attacks the marathon
Today I got my trimonthly 40 injections and they did not go well this time. I’ve been going through something new that I haven’t really talked about. But it’s tremendously painful. A new diagnosis we are still trying to figure out a good treatment. Although, today’s injections affected it greatly. The whole point of the injections is to create a pain blocker whenever I get … Continue reading Don’t take the little things for granted.
It’s been a crazy time for everyone. Lot’s of changes, new things to get used to, scares..too much to mention but you see on the news and social media every day. But, it does look like in person races are back to a good start. From what I have seen, they are keeping it safe and so far, they are a great success! I know … Continue reading Miles for Migraine, or maybe rest for them