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Ninja Moves By Ninja Runners - finishing the line guilty!

Foremost, let me inform you that this particular blog is just only my personal opinions and it doesn’t risk any of those race directors and organizers. 338 more words

Injured runner: Learning how to swim yet again

I have had to learn how to swim now four times in my life.

  1. As a child when I was maybe three or four and my parents had me take “little tadpools” swim lessons — or whatever the classes were called at the time.
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Injured runner: The start of PT

I had my first physical therapy appointment on Monday and I’m excited and super motivated (right now!)

To note, I did self refer myself to PT last summer when I thought my knee injury was “just an IT band injury” but it actually was a stress fracture so the PT wasn’t doing anything. 321 more words


Running my 2nd Marathon!

As many of you know, I ran my first marathon in May. While it was challenging at times, my experience was ultimately a positive one and I learned so much about myself, the running world and what it takes to run long distance. 409 more words

Injured runner: On really being hopeful

My second opinion went just about as good as I could have hoped it to have gone.

The “TLDR” version is that this doctor has no concerns that my stress fracture hasn’t healed. 274 more words


What It’s Like Running a Goal Race (unsuccessfully)

Disclaimer: I received an entry into the Grandma’s Marathon as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out  930 more words


Injured runner: Not a swimmer but a swimmer

I don’t know who I am anymore.

I’ve been prioritizing my after-work swims as diligently as I used to prioritize my marathon training runs.

I’m not a swimmer so this is a big deal. 278 more words