Most of the time, we never ask for the things that happen in our lives. Especially the negative things. I didn’t ask for all my health illnesses but I am dealing with them as best as I can. We can’t help what happens to us, but we can choose how we handle it. Yesterday I had another seizure. I had my medical alert dog let … Continue reading Find JOY
Life keeps us all pretty busy. And most of us are always doing stuff for others and making sure our loved ones are taken care of. Within the day to day chaos, sometimes people forget to take care of themselves! It is important to keep yourself happy and healthy so that you can always give your best in anything you do. Being strong isn’t easy, … Continue reading STRENGTH.
I took upon the latest virtual race challenge that I’ve come across. It’s the Classic 15K I decided to go for a little run from Running on the wall. I enjoy doing virtual races as it keeps my training fun. It gives me something to look forward too and adds a little change in the training. I know many who train and get bored or get … Continue reading “I just felt like running.” -Forest Gump
What does the word “impossible” mean to you? For me it means a challenge that I gladly accept. Almost my whole life, many have told me that what I do is impossible. There is no way that someone with the severity of my Scoliosis can not be a runner, much less a marathoner. Having Scoliosis from a very early age did change how I saw … Continue reading Impossible is nothing.
Many of us have had cramps before. Not to be confused with side stitches. Even though side stitches pose similar symptoms they are not cramps. Side stitches are usually caused by improper breathing, or overstretching your diaphragm. Those can easily be taken care of my putting pressure on the side stitch while regulating your breathing. As far as what causes muscle cramps, it is debatable. … Continue reading Cramps explained
How did I set 3 PRs in one month?!?!? I’ll tell you. It’s no secret. I have always been a competitive runner….I compete against myself. I RARELY run a race for time, or train to be faster. Knowing that running alone is a major task in itself, I’m not trying to go completely off my rocker and hurt myself. I know that running any distance … Continue reading Believe it is and you will succeed