Oh, back to my Tuesday routine! Even though it's way below my comfort temperature outside, I'm heading out to do what I know needs to be done. Workout here!
Hi all! Like I said, I'm rehabbing my knee. I haven't been brave enough to go find out the extent of the damage, but I know I need to before I end up never running again. Smiling helps! So, I look all over the place and combine workouts I have tried before and that I … Continue reading Saturday in My Garage
Even with the time change and a 1650 sunset, don't skip that Monday work! Credit to fitncookie.com
This is the first time I have commented publicly on any sort of situation that is going on that is negative in the Spartan world. I often just do my best to stay out of situations that don't involve me, and situations that do involve me, I attempt to stay out of as well. There … Continue reading Keeping My Stones to Myself
I'll tell you how not easy it is to be injured. I felt sorry for myself for a few days. I fear getting behind. I fear getting "fat". I fear losing progress. So, I got myself together and decided to do what I can do. Today's workout is below. I modified it (because of the … Continue reading Working Through It
I was at the airport the day after the Spartan World Championships, trying to shove down grapes and spinach so that I wouldn't have to carry them around when I had a connection in Chicago.
Not quite, but after going to bed too late on Monday night, it sure felt that way when I woke up to a clock that read nearly 9 o'clock a.m. Doesn't help that my sheet-burned arms wake me up when I try to straighten my arms in my sleep. One was stuck to my pillowcase … Continue reading Tuesday, Schmoozday…
It's the first day of Fall Break 2018, and it started at 1:11 a.m. for me. I woke up to those burns on my arms from the Holy Sheet obstacle at the Savage GA, Fall 2018 edition. See below. This was my 20th or so attempt, and the 3rd time I'd tried the "chicken wing" … Continue reading Monday’s Recovery
I'm a mother of three daughters, 7th grade English teacher, and obstacle course racer. After getting English degrees in college, I went on to get a MAT in English so I could be in the classroom. Then, I joined the Army National Guard, and was enlisted before becoming an officer. In 2006, I lost my … Continue reading Me.
That's pretty much how I felt after the race in Tahoe! We knew the water would be warmer than last year, but I didn't prep for the wind that tortured us for the majority of the race. The wind, combined with the dust on top of the mountain, in what is called the "Soccer Field" … Continue reading Whipped Well