Monthly Archives: March 2016

Marathon Training & Taper Time

“Rest. Relax. Repeat” The marathon taper. In my seven years of running full marathons, the taper has been something I dread. One of those things I know is going to happen and I can’t control it – right up there … Continue reading

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Boston Marathon – The Countdown Begins

“I think I’ll go to Boston”  The Boston Marathon is only four weeks away. I’ll say that again – the Boston Marathon is only FOUR WEEKS AWAY. Eeekkk! On one hand, it still hasn’t fully sunk in for me that … Continue reading

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My Week of FOMOR

“Fear Of Missing Out on Running” When training for a marathon, there’s always one run that’s so bad, it makes me cry. I’ve mentioned this before as a word of caution for anyone planning to train for a marathon. Every … Continue reading

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5 Unexpected Things Runners Get Really Good At

“When we were young, the best running skill was being able to run up the slide” Last week I participated in the marathon-running-themed Twitter chat, #BQChat. One of my responses had to do with long runs and my ability to … Continue reading

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