Hogeye Marathon 2015 Race Recap

Hogeye Marathon

This past weekend I was in Fayetteville, Arkansas to run the Hogeye Marathon.  This was my first time running in Arkansas – which means I get to add another state to my list!  Yay!! Unlike many of my past marathons, Continue reading Hogeye Marathon 2015 Race Recap

Finding My Running Mojo – Operation 165 – Week 8 of 19

Training 19 weeks for an event, or any amount of time close to this, can seem like an eternity.  Sometimes through the process, we lose sight of why we started the journey to begin with.  Other times we become fearful Continue reading Finding My Running Mojo – Operation 165 – Week 8 of 19

Operation 165 – Week 7 of 19

Just a quick post to catch everyone up on week 7 of my Operation 165 MS Run the US training.  Last week was fairly uneventful.  I’ve been transitioning my running back outside recently after dealing with the plantar fasciitis.  Outside Continue reading Operation 165 – Week 7 of 19

Feeling Grateful Week 6 of 19

Live Well Omaha Personal Trainer

Week 6 of Operation 165 What an amazing week this turned out to be!  A few weeks ago the Omaha World Herald contacted me wanting to write an article about my journey.  I thought the journey they were talking about Continue reading Feeling Grateful Week 6 of 19

Music to My Ears – Operation 165 Week 3

MS Run the US Operation 165

Week 3 of Operation 165 went great!  My plantar fasciitis and achilles tendonitis have been feeling really good so I weaned myself off the anti-inflammatory medicine and increased my miles.  I even added in a little bit of rolling hill Continue reading Music to My Ears – Operation 165 Week 3

Challenge Your Trainer & Operation 165 Week 2

MS Run the US Fundraiser

Week 2 of Operation 165 is in the books, and let me just say – it went down BIG with the Challenge Your Trainer fundraiser we held at the Pinnacle Club to help me raise money toward my goal for Continue reading Challenge Your Trainer & Operation 165 Week 2

Injury and the Rock-N-Roll New Orleans Marathon

RNR NOLA Marathon

Recently I have been battling plantar fasciitis and some Achilles tendonitis.  The pain started back in October after running my first 50k distance and longest trail distance to date.  It started off pretty minor and more of a nuisance than Continue reading Injury and the Rock-N-Roll New Orleans Marathon