Sometimes you can do everything absolutely right in your training, and things just go south on race day. That’s my story from the 2019 Eau Claire Marathon. If you already follow me on socials (specifically Instagram) you may have already seen my telling of events from this race. Now that I’m a couple of days … Continue reading Race Report: Eau Claire Marathon 2019
Just a quick little update on some exciting stuff that recently happened! Back to your semi-regularly schedule blog programming soon.
It's been a minute... sorry. February was a month. Lots of snow, lots of miles. Here's a short and sweet post about just how it went.
The first month of 2019 was a pretty huge success--I logged a ton of miles, covered many a street, and was only stuck on the dreadmill for 4 days! Going into February riding a huge high, and stoked to dive deeper into my fitness journey.
Training for a marathon can be daunting, and many don't know that there's quite a bit more than running that goes into it. Thankfully, you've got your pal Jake here to drop some knowledge on ya. Here are eight things I wish I knew while training for my first marathon.
‘Tis the season of New Years Resolutions. I’ve set a few myself. Have you figured out how you’re going to achieve yours? No? That’s fine! Here are 4 things I keep in mind when setting and working towards my goals. Maybe it’ll help you form a plan of attack to #CrushIt!
One of my goals for the next year is to run every single street in my city. Here’s how I plan on going about it, and how you can track my progress.
I spent some time reflecting on the past year of my running adventure. There were plenty of ups and a few downs. Overall, I'm super happy with how things went, and can't wait for 2019.
Trying to pick out a training plan for your spring race (marathon or otherwise?) Here's a little write up about the process I went through to pick my next training cycle!
Somedays you come in and everything is telling you it's not a good day, and you crush it. Other times, you pay your entry fee in hopes of a big PR and things fall apart. You just have to roll with the punches. Somedays you come in and everything is telling you it's not a good day, and you crush it. Other times, you pay your entry fee in hopes of a big PR and things fall apart. You just have to roll with the punches.