Uncertainty. One of my least favorite things. Those of you who know me know how much I like routine. I thrive on sameness and predictability and I don’t do well with change. So enter COVID-19, and this world of constant uncertainties that it brings,
So much has changed over the last few weeks, it is hard to know where to start. For those following my race walking, I was selected in February to compete on the US National Team at the World Race Walking
Last month I had the opportunity to take my 8 year-old daughter, Annalie, to Santee, CA for the US 50 Kilometer Race Walk National Championships. In an ideal world I would love to have my whole family, especially my husband,
One of our favorite family activities is walking. I suppose it isn’t surprising, given that I am a race walker, but just going for a walk is a whole different experience. Getting outside and getting moving allows us to connect
I have been dealing with hamstring problems for over three years now. Four separate injuries have led to ongoing pain and have shaped my race walking career in so many ways. The injuries seem to happen at the most inopportune
I thought I would start the new year off talking about something more related to doctoring than race walking, although this definitely applies to both. Given that it is the new year, I’ve had so many questions about diet in
This has been a crazy busy year! I think I have raced more than ever before, definitely more than any time in the last decade. I’ve tackled four 50km races (only finishing three), three 20Ks, two 12Ks, and one 10K.
After much pressure from my husband and some gentle nudges from a friend I am finally making a space for myself to write. I am hoping that this will be a way to share not only about my training and