Fitness

Today I’m sharing my thoughts about signing up for a half marathon when I know I won’t PR and how I define health and fitness — and how that’s changed over the past few years! Happy fall y’all! I started my day with a 7 mile drizzly run. Well, drizzly for most of it – there were […]


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I’ve been running for over 17 years, and over the course of those 17 years, I’ve experienced a wide variety of injuries (like most runners) – runner’s knee, IT band issues, shin splints, quad strain, angry hamstrings, plantar fasciitis, you name it. I was recently able to chat with Dr. Christopher Miles from the Wake Forest […]


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M – CrossFit Front Squats: 5×3 at 135# My quads were soooo sore by Tuesday night! MetCon for time. I finished in 15:14.  800m run 21-15-9 Pull-ups Shoulder to Overhead (RX 95#, I did 55#) 800m run T – 7.5 mile run, solo (8:05 pace) I ran my last mile in my new Newtons! I needed a new […]


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I felt pretty good about last week’s workouts. I was the sorest I’ve been in a LONG time (which I love/hate) and I also focused on increasing my running mileage. We did back squats at Top Tier CrossFit, and I didn’t think the weight was too crazy so I was a bit surprised by how sore I […]


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Since I haven’t been able to run or do CrossFit for the most part since I strained my quad, I’ve been trying to stay active with upper-body only workouts. This is the 20 minute circuit workout that a friend make for me that smoked my abs and left me dripping in sweat. The time flew […]


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Happy Sunday! This past week the weather finally improved (well, sort of) and I was able to run outside this week! I had to time my runs to avoid the rain and the wind was pretty nasty at times, but it is soooo nice to be running outside again after so much treadmill time the past few […]


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