I have been having a hard time coming up with what to say about this last race. My 2020 season concluded with two races, a 50 km in January (well before I had any idea what 2020 would bring), and
by Sarah Crouch from Sarah’s Running Shorts I am coached by one of the most brilliant men I have ever met. Steve Magness is my polar opposite in so many ways. He is logical, analytical, and he sees training in
From: Running With RunRach “Patience, young grasshopper!” is a phrase that I have become rather accustomed to hearing over my 22 years of life. I’m not a very patient person. At all. I am the person that honks at the car in
My Junior year of high school, inspired by Pinterest, I took an orange piece of chalk and scripted a short message in large letters onto the right wall of my closet. “What would you attempt to do if you knew
Check out my latest vlog post for a recap on the last 6 months of my life and some thoughts on the transition to professional running! Please leave a comment for any topics you would like to hear discussed in future updates.
from Aspirations of a BA Steeplechasin’ Woman In a utopic world, racing would always be challenging but smooth, a semi-conscious test of fitness and daring. But in the real world, sometimes it is just a grind. A couple weeks ago
“I’m like a mosquito, I love humidity. I don’t sweat.” -Shakira I generally enjoy opening my blog posts with a quote because it really sets the scene. Here we have Shakira utilizing a simile to explain that she has figured