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This past Sunday, the day after running the Jaguar 5k and getting a new 5k PR, I set out to earn a new 10k PR at the Manassas Runway 10k. I first learned about this race from Jenny, and when … Continue reading
I went into Saturday’s Jaguar 5k with zero expectations, at least as far as a finish time was concerned. This race is an annual fundraiser for school athletics at the school that I worked at for the first five years … Continue reading
Ten days ago I ran the race that I spent all summer training for. After having attended the expo the morning before the race, and then having spent the afternoon relaxing on the beach, I went to bed very anxious … Continue reading
I’ve been keeping a close eye on my total mileage for a couple of weeks now as I’ve edged closer to the 1,000 mile mark. When I set out for my long run on Saturday, I knew that completing all … Continue reading
A year ago on Monday marked my 10k anniversary. On July 14, 2013 I ran my first 10k, the Biggest Loser 10k, here in DC. It was the first time that I ran a race of a distance further than … Continue reading
For several weeks now, I’ve been pushing myself to increase my running speed, particularly during my weekday runs. With my weekend runs focused on distance, I’ve been trying to push myself as hard as possible to run a sub-31 minute … Continue reading
TGIF! If your schedule has been anything like mine lately, its been jam packed, crazy, and all around nuts. Lately, I’ve felt like I’m on the go more than I’ve been able to sit still. On Wednesday, I left for … Continue reading
If you follow me on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook, then you’ve likely noticed over the past couple of weeks that my short distance running pace has slowly been getting faster and faster. Two weeks ago, I ran my first 5k … Continue reading
This past Saturday, I ran my first repeat race, the Jaguar 5k. This race is an annual athletics fundraiser for Falls Church High School, the school I taught at for the first five years of my teaching career. I went … Continue reading