They Call It…Tapering

Don't forget to taper. Stay off of Ogg! In many wonderful ways the people I run with throughout the woods locally have quickly become the sisters that I never had (the world is a better place probably because of this). They ensure that I find success, but at the same time I am protected, usually, from … Continue reading They Call It…Tapering

Feel Free to Lead

I have been traveling along the dirt, mud, rocks, and spiderwebs for nearly three months now. Through the conditioning, running, and sweat I have learned this valuable piece of knowledge... ...I am not fast. Truthfully. I frequently forget that I run with people that have been on the trails for three, five, or even ten … Continue reading Feel Free to Lead

I Survived: WyCo

Go ahead! Grab a pickle, I have them right here! At 7:00 AM CST in the summer month of July, a random Saturday, I joined a group of 20+ people and embarked on a memorable journey through woods, rocks, mud, and everything else you could imagine. I decided to take on "WyCo". A little background...Kansas … Continue reading I Survived: WyCo

Global Running Day

I am lost until I decide to start moving... Knowing that today was #globalrunningday, I was actually excited to treat today like that of an actual holiday. It is a day that connects a universal truth throughout humanity, culture, and society; the art and joy of running. Locally, that meant taking time to travel into … Continue reading Global Running Day

One Right Equals A Missed Left

Joplin, Missouri: Nearing four months ago I signed up for a new race in the state of Missouri named the Missouri Race Series (MRS). This event was a monthly circuit that took runners through Lee's Summit, Jefferson City, Joplin, and ends in Columbia, Missouri. Each course is unique, but each one is guaranteed to be … Continue reading One Right Equals A Missed Left