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Slow Down, You Move Too Fast

If you would have told me 2 years ago that I needed to slow down in order to become a faster runner, I would have laughed. Why would I do that? I was of the mindset that each run in my training plan should be run at a fairly fast pace, including my long [...]

10 Things That Make Me a Better Runner

When I first started running I thought that all I had to do was put on my running shoes & put one foot in front of the other.  While that may work for the occasional or casual runner, that doesn’t work for the one (ahem, me) that thinks she can take on the world [...]

Review: The New Rules of Lifting for Women

Strength training is an important part of my workout regimen. It should be a part of your life, too, especially if you are a woman. Why? It helps keep our bones strong as we grow older. My biggest struggle with strength training has always been not knowing what to do, when to do it [...]

Feeding the Boy–Part I

I have written several articles on what Jon likes to eat and gluten-free kid-friendly choices.  Surprisingly this hasn’t helped us out recently because Jon has become extremely picky.  I am sure some of it is control on his part and maybe a touch laziness, but the bottom line is that he was not eating [...]

Weekly Menu Plan–August 28, 2011

Today is a very exciting day for a friend of mine.  Beth, featured here as a gluten-free marathon runner, is competing today in her first Ironman in Louisville, KY.  I can’t even begin to tell you all how excited I am for Beth.  I have know Beth since high school and we reconnected a [...]