Category Archives: TRAINING

A WEEK OF WHITEBOARD WORKOUTS.

For the first time in about a year and a half, I’ve fallen back into a workout groove. I think it’s been great for my winter hibernation. Due to my foot injury I’ve had to stop running (forever) and really … Continue reading

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LATEST YOUTUBE OBSESSION: Olympic Training Videos.

Are you watching the Olympics?! I got a digital antenna, so I can pick up NBC (Olympics!), CBS, FOX, and like five PBS stations. I’ve been binge-watching the Games at night, which then leads me to YouTube stalking the athletes on … Continue reading

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MARY’S AT HOME FULL-BODY WORKOUT.

I still can’t find the time to work and make decent school lunches on a regular basis. Today is eggs, watermelon, and crackers… However, my friend Mary seemed to find the free time to not only work as an overseas … Continue reading

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10 Marathon Tips.

I e-mailed this to a friend on Facebook looking for marathon advice/tips and thought I’d put it on the blog. Why not?!  For the past four years, I have run the Vermont City Marathon in May. And while I have … Continue reading

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Weekend: Instagram + Marathon.

So I joined Instagram. And didn’t pick up my camera once this weekend. That’s bad, right? On Friday, Jen and I went to see What To Expect When You’re Expecting. People at work were like, “Why? Why are you going … Continue reading

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Weeks 15-17: Is it time for vacation yet?

Marathon training update! I spent the past few weeks not running. I went for walks and did some swimming, which felt very European. I did my PT strengthening exercises. I spent more time in the pottery studio. I had a … Continue reading

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Week 14: Day by Day.

Tonight I popped in Pride & Prejudice (the 2005 version) and did my lengthy PT exercises.  Listening to English accents and watching Elizabeth Bennet/Mr. Darcy moments seemed to make my current situation more enjoyable. I found out that after months … Continue reading

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