Back in June, I thought my left hip and hip flexor muscles were injured, only to find out it’s just a bad case of sciatica. Now that I’ve discovered what’s going on in my body, I can start thinking about my comeback. I’m still on pause with running, even though I’m mentally ready to dive [...]
I’m on my way to injury recovery and I'm thrilled to be participating in the Gerolsteiner Sparkling Detox challenge for the third year in a row. For five days (August 27-31), I’ll be drinking all Gerolsteiner Sparkling Mineral Water, and no coffee, wine, or any other beverages that usually spark(le) my fancy.
When someone asked me the other day my mile-threshold for feeling good on a run, the point when I feel like I can just keep running, I didn't have a set answer. Some days it's one mile, other days it's two or three, and sometimes, I never find it on a run. Runners, you know [...]
I'm slowly shifting Sundays into a day of little to no foresight; no concrete plans or expectations. As simple as possible. I find that having one day a week like this is my best reset button. And that reset can be a number of things; I don't rely on one surefire way to reset. Today [...]
For the first time on social media, I feel comfortable. For the first time, I recorded a live video and didn't feel nervous or worried I'd screw up. For the first time, I felt nothing but passion and spoke my mind to a screen knowing that I believed in what I was sharing and [...]
"Take a breath and remember who the fuck you are." The other day I saw this quote on Instagram and I laughed, agreed, and moved on with my busy day, the Thursday of a short week with a long list of to-dos. Soon after, Alyse posted to Facebook an invite to a Gixo workout in the [...]
What's the appropriate length of time we can talk about New Year's resolutions, changes, and anything else we want to implement in this bright and shiny new year? Is it a few days or weeks? I'm already over the ads for detoxes, skin remedies, diets, etc. I'm over the idea that a new year means [...]