Race Recap from the All Out Trail Run where Organic Runner Mom was the First Place Woman! Trail Running.
Trail Running and Bears Last week, the sun was out, it was a beautiful morning for a run. I decided after some contemplation to take my dog Teddy Bear with me. Originally I had planned to run alone but later you will understand why I was extra thankful to have Teddy along. We moved within … Read More »
I want to be a run coach! Run Coach certification has always been on my mind since I first hit the running trails. Now is the time to make it a reality. With the holidays whizzing by (Wasn’t it just Halloween????) I am already looking ahead to 2018. I need some new big goals to … Read More »
I’m done with overthinking. Let’s just trail run! Five months of sitting on the sidelines with no running has brought me a refreshed attitude. Taking a break from running was actually a huge positive for me because it has allowed me to refocus and to revisit my goals. Why do I run? Why do I … Read More »
Bear Brook Trail Marathon Running has been off and on for me this summer due to having a hard time finding time to squeeze in runs, illness, triathlon training, and basically just busy life with the kiddos on summer vacation. So what better way to challenge myself than to jump into a trail marathon (which … Read More »
Squam Lake Ridge Race. More than just a race. The Squam Lake Ridge Race, put on by the Squam Lakes Association, is a race that I plan to confront again next year. This year the race defeated me. Plain and simple. I wasn’t up to the challenge. I let my mind take control of my … Read More »
Marathon TAPER TIME! I am in full on marathon taper for the Boston Marathon. My legs are achy. I feel as though I have arthritis when I get up and move. I am starting to have race day stress dreams. Marathon Taper is tough because all I want to do is get out and run especially … Read More »
Happiness is fresh fallen snow . . . Today felt like the first real winter day here in Northern, NH. There was fresh snow blanketing the ground. The snow resembled cotton candy and made for soft ground cover for our 12 mile trail run. Today I ran with two women who inspire me and help … Read More »