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?
As runners we have all probably “run” into an injury or two once in our running lifetime. Am I right? How did you first treat it when it happened? Did you just take 2 tyenol? Did you go to the doctors? Did you ignore it? I have found a pretty effective way to reduce pain and swelling. My problems are usually my knee and my … Continue reading Recover with ice and heat
I haven’t been on here since…last year 😉 I am having a rough start to 2016. I was actually in the hospital on January 1st, due to some odd pain I was having. I started having some weird tingling and numbness down my left arm all the way into my hand. After many tests and a few x-rays, they suspect that I am having some … Continue reading Be strong. Be brave.
So half marathon number 8 has been completed. I have my 3rd OUC Half marathon under my belt. I had not been well enough to train so I wasn’t expecting much out of this race. Boy I was wrong… I usually have a pre-race routine the night before a race. I will lay out my gear, and everything I will need for the race. The morning of, … Continue reading Run Orlando
Here we go! The night before half marathon #8! This one is one of my favorites, it’s the OUC Orlando Half Marathon by Track Shack. I am happy to say for a 3rd year in a row, I will be mooooving my feet to the finish line representing Florida Dairy Farmers! I just LOVE running with this team for many reasons. One to represent the cows, and two, … Continue reading BUILD IT with chocolate milk
Don’t take running for granted. It’s a gift not many get to experience. Continue reading Running is tough, but so am I
You read all about my traveling fun, and the events ASICS had planned for our team. Now I bring you to THE day, race day. The ASICS bus was leaving our hotel at 5 a.m. The evening before I had a carb full meal, I ran into my coach on the way back and he gave me some last minute words of encouragement. Surprisingly, I … Continue reading NYC part II THE RACE
If you read my last blog post, then you all know how amazing and helpful coach Kastor is. He has been running for a pretty long time, lots of cross-country, track, and road running. He has a degree in Exercise Physiology. After graduating college, he created and coached a non-profit running club called the High Sierra Striders. He is now the head coach for the ASICS Mammoth Track Club … Continue reading #GoRunIt with Coach Kastor
I just wanted to take a little moment and remind of you of the importance of chasing your dreams. What is a dream? A dream a goal with a deadline. I have always been a dreamer, I have always wished and hoped for things to happen. But they won’t happen if I don’t chase them right? I have been working my butt off to reach … Continue reading Be a dreamer
You all know how much I love ASICS, well they have released a pretty awesome shoe. It’s called the GEL-Quantum 360. It is made with, well, 360 degrees of gel. It is made to fit like a glove and to give you a bit more cushion and support. It has a full-length Trusstic System spring loads every step with energy for explosive momentum, and the sleek, Seamless … Continue reading GEL runs deep with these ASICS.