Racing Hills vs Flat

Living and training in the Lowcountry of South Carolina means unless I include a bridge on my route, I am running at sea level. Thanks to a regular strength training routine, I luckily have some leg power to help me up hills despite rarely training on them. Which is basically how I survived Portland and Boston last year.

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Lessons From The Big Easy

This last weekend was one of amazing memories.  Not only did I have my first visit to New Orleans (which is my favorite city now), a special tripnola with my mom, but also spent time with some wonderful people and fellow runners.

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3 Generations Running and Racing

It’s no secret I love running.  Where I got that gene from is a mystery.  My dad is very athletic, actually a retired professional athlete, but never a distance runner.  My mom grew up just as girls sports were being introduced.  She was recruited to play on the high school golf team because they needed members, and even won a set of golf clubs at a tournament – for having the worst score.

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Dear Santa…2016’s Idea List

It’s that time of year again! Dads and Santa pay attention.  Here are my favorite things (most with a good discount) of 2016 and some great gift ideas for the active woman in your life:

Race Entries

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