by Brandon Hudgins from Be You, Be Real Since Wednesday night’s #GoingtheDistanceLive podcast (which I’ve posted below) I’ve had a lot of additional questions. I have decided to write down some of the things that I talked about during the episode.
I used to define success as the ability to have a perfect workout or race– in my mind that that meant hitting under pace or running a PR. I used to think that being dropped by training partners meant for
During a quick chat with Alia Gray about the NYC Marathon, her advice to me was “don’t run alone.” That’s always the hope, especially in an all-women’s start. Historically, women have been more likely than men to stick to their own