After my awesome 100km trail run this spring, I decided to make the jump and signed up for my first 100 mile trail run late this year. The 2018/2019 run season is the last run season of my 30’s and what a better way to round out this decade than with my first century run!… Continue reading Training Phase 1: 100 Miles
On Sat Mar 10, 2018, I ran my first 100km trail race and placed 5th for females and 10th overall, shattering my goal of breaking 15 hours with an official time of 13 hours, 48 minutes, and 34 seconds! It was in San Angelo, TX, hosted by Trail Racing Over Texas (TROT) at the San… Continue reading My First 100km Trail Run
So as you may know, this weekend I competed in and completed my first ever 100km race in Trail Racing Over Texas’s Crazy Desert Trail Run in San Angelo State Park! It was totally epic and I am planning a hugely thorough blog post devoted to it that will cover my nutrition before/during/after the race,… Continue reading Guest Blog Posts: From My 100km Race Crew!
I’m so excited! I just made my first YouTube video for y’all. I’ve been promising this since my first 50 mile ultra earlier this year (or maybe even before??) and I finally got a new camera lens that makes filming myself much easier! Just please excuse my total lack of professionalism and quality as I’m… Continue reading Foam Rolling for Runners
I got the flu 3 days before. The weather was hot as hell. I became dangerously ill during the race. Things went to complete $hit. But even though part of my body quit on me, my mind did not. I harnessed the power of my mind, and used my half a year and 1,400 miles… Continue reading My First 50 Mile Ultramarathon
This is it! If all goes as planned, one week from now my friend Christy and I will have run 50 miles (in a row). I don’t think I have ever felt more prepared for anything in my entire life. According to my RunKeepeer, I’ve put in more than 1,400 miles on the pavement since I made… Continue reading Coming Soon: 50 miles
Wow. That’s the kind of race you try to survive. 5 days and I finally feel fully recovered from one of the most difficult, yet incredible runs of my life thus far – one that I am certain will remain in this elite category of races for the rest of my days: The Tejas Trails… Continue reading My Second Ultramarathon