Follow Me On TwitterMy Tweets
- Rock ‘n’ Roll Virginia Beach Half Marathon Training Log – Week 13
- Friday Five – July 25th – Summer Goals Check In
- Feels So Good To Be Back!
- The End of an Era
- Our Cooking Challenge
- Rock ‘n’ Roll Virginia Beach Half Marathon Training Log – Weeks 11 and 12
- Friday Five – July 18th – Friday Favorites
- My Final Decision About What My Big Fall Race Will Be
- A Year Ago I Ran My First 10k!
- We’ve Moved In!
What I’m Talking About Most5K 10K Achilles International Army Ten Miler Balboa Park Three Miler Biggest Loser 10K blog bloggers cardio Charity Miles Cherry Blossom Ten Mile Run dancing Disneyland Disney World Disney World 10K Disney World Half Marathon Disney World Marathon Disney World marathon weekend Dopey Challenge Dulles Day 5K on the Runway elliptical expo Facebook Firecracker 5K first 10K first half marathon foam rolling Friday Five giveaway goal goal setting GU Energy Gel half marathon half marathon training half marathon training plan hydration injury recovery inspiration Jaguar 5K Jeff Galloway long distance running milestone Monday Motivation monthly goals motivation personal distance record personal record positive thinking powerwalking racecation resistance band Rock 'n' Roll Marathon series Rock 'n' Roll USA Rock 'n' Roll Virginia Beach run-walk-run method runDisney RunKeeper running running tips social media Stand Up to Cancer Sweaty Bands Team #runDisney Team Red White and Blue training training plan treadmill Twitter vacation W&OD Trail walking weekly recap weight training Wounded Warrior Project yoga
Tag Archives: cardio
On Saturday morning, Preston and I sat down and plotted out our training plans for January’s Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend. We spent 90 minutes mapping out our training plan, using Jeff Galloway’s runDisney training plans as a guide for … Continue reading
After I logged my first 100 miles in two months, I made it my goal to complete another 100 miles in only seven weeks. Today marks the end of that seventh week, and I’m ecstatic to report that I’ve met … Continue reading
I finally did it – I ran an entire 5K without stopping to do any walking! I’ve slowly been progressing from a mile, then a walk break, to 1.5 miles, then a walk break, to 2 miles, etc, and yesterday … Continue reading
Today marks two months since I started running. After Monday’s 5K run on the treadmill, I logged my miles and noticed on RunKeeper that my all time distance was 99 miles – only 1 small mile off from reaching 100. … Continue reading
Its inevitable that those who work out and train to run races will at some point face an injury. I’m currently facing the reality that so many runners also face – a sprained ankle. Throughout all my years dancing I’ve … Continue reading