Sooo, today I was descending a long and very rocky trail flanked by tons of cactus. I got to wondering, "If u trip and fallLori, would you rather land on the rocks, which will surely leave a good…Continue
Takes 30 minutes or less! Cheated on some of the prep to make it quick!1 fully cooked chicken shredded (I just buy a rotisserie and pull all the meat off)A whole bunch of fresh broccoliA whole bunch…Continue
Just want to share my experience with some newer handhelds and hydration packs and thought this might make a good forum for discussion....BIG thumbs up on the Ultimate Direction handheld "Jurek…Continue
"Hang in there, you are at the point where cravings are usually the worst! After about 2 weeks the cravings subsided for me and I could suddenly taste real foods and craved whole foods. The "point of no return" for me was when I jumped off…"
I read another article on a former Olympic elite runner,young, in her early 50s I believe, hanging up her racing shoes because she is no longer the fastest. Still running splits most women...and men will never see on the time clock. Her body to some extent, but more evident, her spirit broken. The joy of running and racing gone Because the results were no longer there. I hope to run in a way that I never lose the joy of running AND racing. When I can no longer run, I will walk. When I can no… Continue
Running your heart out just does something to the spirit. Life is funnier, the heart is lighter and more loving and understanding and waaaay less serious. It strips everything away...for a time...but the cool impossible thing is the more I do it, the more stripped away I stay. The lighter I am, the more loving I am.
Inspiration….we all look for it. As runners, I think it is safe to say we not only need it, but desire to inspire others as well. Social media is a great avenue to inspire, but it often paints only a partial picture...mostly of the successes, the most beautiful of all the
pictures, the highlights, the high points, the PRs. That’s one reason I think this website is so valuable. Through this venue runners are able to find advice and confide in the not so pretty struggles we all… Continue
I debated whether or not to do a “race report”. I signed up for this one last minute. My husband was already going and it would take the place of my scheduled longer run. The trick was to NOT race. Training trumps racing right now and if I raced it would leave me needing to recover instead of train. My goal races this year are a ways off. Currently, I am working on building strength and stamina at altitude. My passion is to gain strength and experience, and have the ability and confidence to be… Continue
Go Lori Go, I don't know if you will log on again before you run, so it maybe after youv'e finished that you read this. But I will be thinking of you on Friday while you run sending you all the good vibes I can.