February Busy Month

The weather in the Northeast has been delightful for running and biking outside. A lot is happening in February: Check the Newsletter for the upcoming races. Check the Upcoming Clinics for February clinics. TRX Demos this week. Tonight’s demo is full but there room in the Wednesday at 5 PM. Intersted in Wednesday’s demo email PamContinue reading “February Busy Month”

New Year a New Start

2015 was a tough year to do any training or races do to selling my mother’s house and my house. Tomorrow morning, I close on my house and go debt free. Next month, I close on my new place and start a start a new life. I see the downsizing from 1800 sq ft toContinue reading “New Year a New Start”

Couch to 5K Hero

Yes spring will be coming officially it is spring.  Before we know it the snow will be gone and be warming up to run the trails. Couch to 5K Hero Starts April 15, 2015 Wednesdays: 6:00—7:00 PM 6 Weeks from walk/run to running a 5K Open to Latitude member and Non-members For more information andContinue reading “Couch to 5K Hero”

Meditate to reach your goals

“We are at the most powerful when you are in the moment.” -Siri Lindley (Coached Miranda Cafrae 3 x Ironman World Champion) Siri is so right on this. When it comes to long distance events, it becomes a mental. You can do all the training but if you are not in the right place mentallyContinue reading “Meditate to reach your goals”

The New Year, The New You

I track my workouts in a spreadsheet which make me a little crazy with numbers but here are my totals for 2014: Swam 68 miles Bike 1820 miles (this includes spin and bike on trainer) Run 938 miles Now it is time to look forward for 2015. You can look at 2014 races at what youContinue reading “The New Year, The New You”

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”