I'm joining Coco and Deborah and sharing random odd encounters lately. If we were enjoying tea/coffee . . .I'd tell you about the woman with the walking shorts. As in she walked in the same shorts every single time I saw her for days. Does she own multiple pairs? It just seemed odd. Eventually I did see … Continue reading Hitchikers: Tea/coffee Date September 2022
I believe that often it's not the big things that trip us up, it's the little things. In prehab I believe that rehab sucks, and prehab (working on your weak areas before an injury), while not particularly fun, can definitely help. In dynmaic stretching I believe that just going out and running, for most people, can lead … Continue reading I Believe in the little things
I am totally stealing this from Another Mother Runner. I tend to be a rather serious person, but I do have a sense of humor and like to lighten things up every once in a while. As you run by an aid station in a race, what miracle would you like? Let your mind "run" … Continue reading Which miracle would you like?
Or is that live like a dog? Or any animal, really Mindfulness. In the now. Being present. Animals, it seems, are the ultimate yogis. I've actually taken to calling Bandit Mr. Yogi because of his frequent down dogs. Of course Lola does them too, and Gizmo, but it just struck a chord with me with … Continue reading I want to run like a dog
. . . but fear itself Or do we? Striking the balance in training Running is such a simple sport: one foot in front of another, at whatever pace you want. Except every runner knows it isn't really as simple as it appears to the non-runner, even when it doesn't appear simple to the non-runner. … Continue reading We have nothing to fear . . .
Oddly enough, I don't find runners to be judgemental, the Wednesday Word for this week. You know who I do find to be judgemental? The non-runners! I am a solid BOTP (back of the packer) to sometimes MOTP (middle of the pack), depending on the race and who shows up. My most recent race was a small race … Continue reading Good judgement comes from experience