Good morning! Instead of trying to cram a running update into my Currently: August post or bombarding you with bi-weekly running updates, like I did for the Nashville Marathon, I thought I’d do a little update now. And if you can relate to this someecard because you’re a runner- read on! If you relate because I find…
Completing a race, no matter what the mileage, is an always an accomplishment! I hear and say “it was just [insert miles]” way too often! Why don’t we give ourselves more credit? That’s why when I started researching medal holders, I landed on the “Celebrate Every Mile” motto.
July was a busy, hot month! Now, let’s cheers to it being my birthday month! 😉
Well, the cat’s out of the bag, I’m registered for the Indianapolis Monumental Marathon on November 3rd! See my training plan and how I’m incorporating what I learned from my first marathon.
If you follow me on Instagram you may have seen my FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out) around the Flying Pig Marathon series. So, even though I just ran the Nashville Marathon the previous weekend, I ran the Flying Pig 10K on Saturday.
Last weekend, after 18 weeks of training, I completed the Nashville Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon! I did some things right and some things wrong, but overall it was a good first marathon experience.
Prepare yourself for a long recap of the last three weeks of my Nashville Marathon Training and running blisters. Lucky for you though, I’m not sharing any actual pictures of my running blisters.
Recapping weeks 10-13 of Nashville Marathon training, including a quick 2 miles with my nieces.
The end of week nine marked the half-way point. It’s been relatively easy to stay on track with all my cheerleaders. (I talked to my friend Heidi almost the entire 6.4 miles on the 13th.)
A recap of how weeks 4-6 of my marathon training went and how I’m re-fueling on long runs.