Balancing your PH

Sometimes you make a suggestion to a client’s nutrition but not sure how far they will go. I have a few clients and friends that have acid reflux. One of my clients asked about a good gluten free cookbook. I suggested “The Gluten-Free Good Health Cookbook” by Annalise g. Roberts and Claudia Pillow, PHD. InContinue reading “Balancing your PH”

Happy Thanksgiving

This is a time when we start saying thanks for many things though out the year and start new traditions. This Thanksgiving, I could not be with family because my family situation has change. Today, I ran the Maudslay Turkey Trot with my runners/triathletes and 1500+ friends. I had fun even though we had toContinue reading “Happy Thanksgiving”

Base Training is Critical

First you should have a good Base to your workouts. This is where you create repetition and go slow. That’s right your workouts should fell effortless which means go slow. Use your heart rate monitor and Perceive Exertion. Schedule your workouts that you know you can create a habit. Holidays can interrupt your training butContinue reading “Base Training is Critical”

How to approach training to be successful

Last week, I recieved Mark Allen’s newsletter and Loren Fogleman LinkedIn email which they discuss on a successful approach to training and racing. You can read Loren’s “5 Habits of World Class Athletes” at: Loren’s 5 Habits: 1. Feedback; 2. Repetition; 3. Approach; 4. Motivation; 5. Effort. You can read Mark’s “How to GainContinue reading “How to approach training to be successful”

What’s Up for 2014?

It is that time again to start thinking about next year’s goals and races. Last November 1st, I talked about planning 2013 and creating your own training plan. Pick races that are space apart that allows full recovery. I know many runners race every weekend but they keep getting injured. Prioritize each race. Have onlyContinue reading “What’s Up for 2014?”

Plantar Fasciitis

Many of my running friends and couple clients are plagued with Plantar Fasciitis. Plantar Fasciitis is the inflammation of the ligament that supports the arch. This is very common with high arch or flat feet, running with worn out running shoes or the insert is not supporting the arch correctly. High heels can make itContinue reading “Plantar Fasciitis”

Staying Hydrated

Living in the northeast and 6 miles from the ocean, it would be a great training place during the summer. Not really, we are in our 3rd heat wave of over 90 degrees. As an athlete the toughest part is to stay hydrated. I have been working on my hydration throughout the day and especiallyContinue reading “Staying Hydrated”

Run For Boston

Wednesday night 4/17, many runners from around the country ran in groups in solidarity to remember the victims of the Boston Marathon Finish Bombings. The picture above is part of Latitude group. The running community, we are a large united strong group which are resilient. We will keep running marathons and road races. Fear isContinue reading “Run For Boston”

Boston Marathon

Yesterday’s bombings at the Boston Marathon finish line will not terrorize running community. The running community is large in number from all over the world and is unified. Also, Boston people showed they are part of this community by helping the marathon runners get back to their love ones. Runners are strong and resilient. TheyContinue reading “Boston Marathon”