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Rethinking those safe social distances

In these Covid-19 times, outdoor exercise is still OK in many places so walking, biking, and running are welcome activities. However, a new European study shows it is important to avoid each other’s slipstream when doing these activities. This info is the result of a study by engineers and aerodynamicists at KU Leuven in Belgium […]

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It’s OK to take a break

2019 was a difficult year for me as I dealt with multiple injuries and setbacks, one after the other. At times, I felt very overwhelmed and frustrated as I had so much planned, including my first half marathon. As the year is coming to a close, I have learned that I really couldn’t have planned […]

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Less time in the kitchen – more time to run

or·gan·i·za·tion (n): the action of organizing something With having such a busy schedule, a 2-plus-hour commute and training for a half marathon, I need to stay organized. Planning my weekly groceries and meal prepping is a part of my routine and our household doesn’t function well without it. I also like to keep a tight […]

Streaking! You can do it.

Ever feel like consistency isn’t happening? Feeling overwhelmed by each day’s training plan? Always putting everything ahead of your running? I was feeling that for a very long time even in April 2018 when I was starting my second marathon training cycle. I started off strong in the first week nailing each one of my […]

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What to wear for running in winter

If you’ve set your sights on tackling some big races in the spring, you might be wondering how you can possibly run and train in this winter weather.  Last year, I ran through my first winter and turns out it’s not as bad as I thought it would be.  In fact, I loved winter running […]

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