Blogs about Running

Running Mistakes

I was recently asked what are the best ways to avoid injury while running.  Those of you who are more familiar with my training philosophy will know that my stock answer to that is: don't run.  Runners injure themselves at a higher rate than any other athletes, with some estimates ranging up to 90% of runners experiencing injury in a given year. But what if you love to run?  What if that's why you get out of bed in the morning?  Well, physical activity is a good thing, and if running is what you're motivated to do, I won't sto

Waterman's 1/2 Triathlon - Race Report

This year’s training goal was determined by my son’s wedding in October. I’m just like any other mother of the groom, and I want to be in shape for my son’s special day. With this goal in mind, I picked a big race that was close to the wedding date to keep up my training as long as possible. This year my training was a bit sluggish, and my fall in March set me back about two months.

Women On the Move

This is the first of several interviews titled: "Women On The Move." The stories are about women that made their dreams become reality. Women that live the life they want and deserve. Strong women with the focus and determination to pull out all the stops in their life.My first guest: Patricia Scott (50) Ultra runner, Mother, Wife, Full-time Nanny

I won! Now what?!

 

Chafing is painful, but what do I do about it?

This morning I wanted to spend a little bit of time with you talking about the good, the bad, and the ugly. You may be wondering, “the good, bad, and ugly… of what?” Chafing.

LAND RUNNING VS. WATER RUNNING

 

DID and DONE

DID and DONE

Sustainable Training

 Sustainable Training

How to start running

If you don't know how to start running I can help. Everyone had run in their life either at school, college or just for health purposes. So many people had not luck with running and they are gave up on trying it. I think that everyone can run unless he has health contradictions by doctor. I am one great example of a person who had never even thought about running.

I think I CAN, I think I CAN, I _____

What were you inclined to fill in the blank?  It may be very enlightening. "I think I can, I think I CAN, I think I CAN, I ... CAN ...."  is often the mantra I repeat as I run the hills in my neighborhood, one small step at a time. These few focused words keep me in the moment and while each step may be hard, it is much easier to believe I am capable of the next single step forward than it is for me to tackle the entire hill all at once and with every step.