My Thanks for Thanksgiving

Today what is happening in the world of bad, sometimes we forget those close to us that is good. This is my thanks to special group of women, Girls Who Run the World. I am thankful for their support and being there: When you break up from your boyfriend When you are injured you cannotContinue reading “My Thanks for Thanksgiving”

Healing and Recharging

My injury may have stop my running but it has recharge me. Why I am saying recharge? Mentally, I was drained to run another step and train for another long distance race. This is my time of the year where I like to slow down my sports (swim/bike/run) to enjoy everything around me for theContinue reading “Healing and Recharging”

Do I , Do I not?

That is a question many athletes ask when you get injured. Last week, I had hard fast run but decided to do some running drills which put my left Sacroiliac joint and hip out. Took a couple of days off, iced, stretched then try to run on Sunday. Well that run turned into a lotContinue reading “Do I , Do I not?”

Lessons Learned

Last Sunday, I was to compete in the Pumpkinman Olympic Triathlon. Got my number and swag bag Friday night. Pack the car with bike and tri bag. But the strange thing was the weather, we had October fall weather at the end of August. The lakes dropped 10 degrees to 62 degrees. The last timeContinue reading “Lessons Learned”

It is that age thing?

My night time bed reading is Fast After 50 by Joe Friel. Joe has a whole chapter on Rest and Recovery. Since all my triathlete and running friends that I train together are 10+ years younger than me. I find it funny they think I can do their workouts. I know I am not aContinue reading “It is that age thing?”

Back on Track For The Next Race,

  Dam Triathlon July 8th Training with these ladies has made triathlon training fun this year and less stressful. We all support each other with each one having different goals. Last Sunday, I was to compete in Tri For Y in Kingston, NH with more triathlon friends but had a freak accident the Friday. IContinue reading “Back on Track For The Next Race,”

Curve Balls in Life

I don’t know anyone that has a perfect life. There will be curve balls but it is how you react. Many know about my toxic levels of Vitamin D which is rare. First, I became advocate for my own health which you have to do today. I wanted to know why and what causing highContinue reading “Curve Balls in Life”

Perfect Weather Perfect Race

 Yesterday, we couldn’t have asked for better weather to run Earth Rock Half Marathon.  2 missing in the picture are Brenda running Big Sur Marathon and Priscilla running her first marathon New Jersey Marathon. As we ran our races in different states at the same time, we were thinking of each other. This make these ladies amazingContinue reading “Perfect Weather Perfect Race”

Be Smart on the Bike

Spring is here in New England with warmer weather coming which more people biking. Safety should be on the mind of all cyclists and everyone on the road. A friend and I are having this argument: he doesn’t believe in bike helmets and likes to listen to music with his iPod. He lives in NewContinue reading “Be Smart on the Bike”

Earth Rock Half Marathon Practice Run

Tomorrow at 8 AM, there will be group running the Earth Rock Half Marathon course in Amesbury.  We will start at Water Street lower parking lot in Amesbury. Pam asks that anyone interested email her to let her know that you are planning on attending as well as your average pace so she can group you together.Continue reading “Earth Rock Half Marathon Practice Run”