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The Beauty of Rest by LBontherun Posted Tue 05 Apr 2011 8:16am Last week, I celebrated my PR in the National Marathon by doing the best thing possible – not running. In fact, for an entire week I didn’t log one single workout….and I loved every minute of it. I’ve briefly touched on this before, but I believe post-marathon (or post-any training cycle) rest is extremely important to avoiding injury and b ... Read on »
2010 Santa Barbara Marathon Lessons Learned by vlordrunner Facebook Posted Thu 11 Nov 2010 1:44pm "Take all my vicious words  And turn them into something good  Take all my preconceptions  And let the truth be understood…… Courage is when you're afraid,  But you keep on moving anyway…." ‘Courage’ - Orianthi (feat. Lacey) – heard on the Nano at the base of the biggest climb of the day in mile 23. Perfect ti ... Read on »
Toughest 10K Galveston + Garmin dependence by Emilia Benton Posted Sat 20 Oct 2012 9:38pm This morning,  my friend Rose and I got up bright and early to run second race of the Texas Bridge Series , the Toughest 10K in Galveston. My initial plan was to turn off the autolap function on my Garmin in hopes of seeing and maintaining an average pace faster than the 55:17/8:54 pace from last month's race in Kemah . When it came time to wa ... Read on »
Adrenal Fatigue and Metabolic Damage. Where I am at today. by Barefoot Angie Bee Posted Wed 14 Nov 2012 9:17pm   Over the last year and a half I found myself at a crossroads.  I was sick.  I was tired and it wasn't the old adage of being sick and tired, I truly was miserable and I didn't know why.   I was running and running a lot. (this is supposed to be healthy right) I was working out and busy all the time. I created stress for myself and I took that s ... Read on »
Rouge/Orleans 126.2 (Yes, that IS a ONE in front of that 26.2!) by Ken C. Patient Expert Posted Tue 08 Mar 2011 11:08pm It has taken me a few days to process the race from over the weekend. It's still sort of a fog, and I'm sure I'll be going back and editing some of it in the next few days when I snap out of a stupor and say Hey, I forgot about that part?!?!? I don't remember where I heard about this race, an innocent relay with an option to run the whole 126.2 ... Read on »
How "Chronic Fatigue Syndrome" Obscures A Serious Illness by Erica Verrillo Posted Wed 29 Jan 2014 2:23pm David Tuller was a reporter and editor for ten years at the San Francisco Chronicle. He served as health editor at Salon.com and frequently writes health stories for the New York Times. He received his masters in public health at Berkeley in 2005. Reprinted with the kind permission of David Tuller. This article was originally published on ... Read on »
My First Marathon: Angie's Story by RunnerDude Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 03 Sep 2012 11:49am My first marathon experience started just shortly before 4:00 a.m. on a  Saturday morning in June 2006 after a restless night of sleep. I'd been awake since 3:00-- tossing and turning-- and when I finally couldn't stand it any longer, I got up and got going. The weather report during the week left me a little concerned: scattered thunderstorm ... Read on »
How to Prevent Over-Training and Running Fatigue (Or, How to Feel Great Every Day) by Jason Fitzgerald Posted Wed 16 Feb 2011 9:17pm Thanks for stopping by Strength Running! Don't forget to for automatic updates about dominating your running. Too many runners fall victim to over-training and excessive running fatigue. I see a lot of new runners making mistakes with their training that put them at an increased ri ... Read on »
Acceptance: Adrenal Fatigue by FitMomsFullPlates Posted Wed 06 Mar 2013 8:42pm I have a confession.  I have been a bit of a fraud.  Well, maybe not a fraud, but at least not 100% honest with all of you, or myself for that matter.  You see, from roughly Thanksgiving until the start of our Whole30 challenge I was a Fit Mom Off the Wagon.  I had pretty much stopped most of my training—crossfit and running.  I just didn’t fee ... Read on »
Philadelphia Marathon: #RedefinePossible by ErickaAndersen Posted Tue 20 Nov 2012 6:36am The Beginning It's marathon recap time and oh, where do I begin? Well, just settle in because you know how these things are :) It began with a weekend of Crossfit in Boston -- which is never a good thing for the legs of a woman about to run a marathon! I couldn't resist participating in the WOD on Friday (hello, my partner was Julie F ... Read on »