Derailed And Pissed – Handling Unexpected Changes In Training

We are in the heat of spring race training. Today is the last day of February (THANK GOD...also, Punxsutawney Phil, I want my money back), and most of us start ramping up our mileage in mid-march/early-april. As a mom of three living in Northeast Ohio, I'm no stranger to germs and the frustration that comes … Continue reading Derailed And Pissed – Handling Unexpected Changes In Training

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5 Facts About Heel Striking And Correcting Your Foot Strike

My husband recently began going on the treadmill. He walks most of the time, but he'll toss a few tenths of a mile worth of running in there, too. He suffers from shin splints, and this has been an issue for him since he was on the cross country team in school - at least … Continue reading 5 Facts About Heel Striking And Correcting Your Foot Strike

#GAMEONPGH Training Update: And Just Like That, I’m Faster

Those of you who follow me on Instagram may have noticed that my pace has picked up a bit. I've worked my way out of the 10:42 zone and have been running below 10:30. On my last long run, which was 7 miles, I ran at a pace of 10:16 per mile. I didn't do … Continue reading #GAMEONPGH Training Update: And Just Like That, I’m Faster