Tis the season to stuff your pie-hole, drink too much and miss a workout. I did all three within 24 hours. Did I ever mention that I’m an overachiever? Maybe not an overachiever in promoting myself because this article has been out since my semester started… but enjoy!
View this post on Instagram Awesome invention alert! #mango #protein #mousse. Major #postrun replenishment. I'll throw the recipe up on the #apronsandsneakers blog right MEOW. Sadly, you won't have a bomb #maitai mug like me. A post shared by Squadh (@squasher_88) on Aug 15, 2013 at 7:31am PDT I’m not a fan of depleted cardio … More Mango Protein Mousse
I like to sprint home during lunch break to walk my dogs and blanch veggies and make a steak. Living near campus wasn’t a want; it was a NEED!
I owe my seven-ish devoted readers a bit of an update. I will keep it quick.
Yes, I am blogging at 10:00 on Saturday night. No, I have not given up drinking. My dog is sick and I need my wits about me incase he needs to be whisked to the doggie ER. Good mommy.
Progress is rarely a straight line. There are always bumps in the road, but you can make the choice to keep looking ahead. -Kara Goucher
I’m getting a group together to run the Hollywood Half-Marathon/5k/10k in April. A good recruiting tool is presenting them with a well thought-out training plan, taking all the guesswork out of the prep! It’s working. I run and train alone but I love being social on race day, to include the carby dinner the night before … More 11- Week 5k, 10k, and Half-Marathon Training Plans
Please note that after April 20th, when I go back to being “just a crazy runner”, I will be going back on my artisan beer kick… and I consider every beer to be artisan “enough”. This article has convinced me that it’s the right thing to do, especially as a female (last time I checked). … More Is Beer Good for Runners?
It’s utterly amazing what the mind and spirit can cajole from the body. -Kristin Armstrong
Inaction breeds doubt and fear. Action breeds confidence and courage. If you want to conquer fear, do not sit home and think about it. Go out and get busy. -Dale Carnegie