As runners, maybe we just can’t help but be uncomfortable. After all, racing is an exercise is being uncomfortable. So when my sports chiropractor came out with a new myofascial release tool … I was in. I went by his office, Kentucky Sports Chiropractic, for a demonstration and explanation of this new torture device, which... Continue Reading →
I talked to InsideHook about gym etiquette from the perspective of a runner and Pilates instructor. Did we miss any tips? What's your gym pet peeve? Read the story here.
I used to be scared of the half marathon. Too far to fake it, not far enough to be comfortable. I worried if I ran a half marathon before a marathon, I’d use up all my fitness. That doesn’t even make sense. This year I’ve run three half marathons in the first half of the... Continue Reading →
It’s hot. It’s humid. It’s the southeast from May until August, at least, and sometimes longer than that. We’re training for fall marathons, reciting the mantra “humidity is the poor man’s altitude” and downing electrolytes. But have you ever gotten late into a long run, somewhere past the 90 minute mark, and found yourself completely... Continue Reading →
Hi friends! I know, it has been a while. I'm going to attempt a blog comeback, at least a little bit of one. Let's start with a quick recap from August. At the end of July, we bought a treadmill from our gym which was super exciting. Considering how hot and humid it has been... Continue Reading →