Category Archives: Training

The time I gave myself a concussion

I feel that I should preface this post with a little anecdote. Once upon a time my friends and I were (are) big fans of comedian Dane Cook. One of the most popular Dane Cook bits is about “The Friend … Continue reading

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“A nice three miles”

I’m in the middle of my 5th week of official half marathon training. I’m pleasantly surprised at how things are going, I’m sure that is, until Sunday when I am expected to run 8 miles for no reason, lolz. But really. … Continue reading

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The great gluten cleanse of 2014

Remember the time I said I didn’t really eat that much gluten but I’m cutting it out for max performance? Piece of cake. Yet as I write this I am suffering the very withdrawal symptoms I was positive I would … Continue reading

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It’s time for a….

…training update! It has been almost 5 weeks since I started training for this trendy little half marathon. As I mentioned I started doing the Hal Higdon 10k plan since it was too early for the 12 week half plan. … Continue reading

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Horizontal running

A couple weeks ago some friends and I signed up for the Nike Women Half Marathon in DC. Even though this thing isn’t until April 27th, I knew I needed to start training like now, because the last time I … Continue reading

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I’m doing it!

That’s right peeps. I am all signed up for the Nike Women’s Half Marathon in DC this spring! Remember the time I ran the Color Run and laughed about how running was a big joke and I’d never be good … Continue reading

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The happiest of 5k’s

I’ve never been what the common individual would call “a runner.” Real talk, I’m the runner’s worst nightmare. I like try to effortlessly chat but it comes off as an asthma attack. I frequently stop to die again and again … Continue reading

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