Ever wondered what speed you could get a speed camera up to by running past it? I did that during May. Read on to see how fast I went and what else I did during another month affected by COVID-19. … More Running past a speed camera, and other things I did during May
My state, Maryland, was under a stay-at-home order during all of April because of the coronavirus, but thankfully, we were able to leave the house for exercise, so I could still run. However, keeping the stay-at-home order in mind, I did do all of my runs in April starting from my house, rather than driving … More April Wrap-Up: 100 miles in another odd month
It’s pretty crazy to think I started last month — LAST MONTH! — with a race that included thousands of people. That race, the Publix Atlanta Marathon, was the day after the U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials, which had thousands of spectators packing the edges of Atlanta’s streets. I’m extremely thankful I was able to have … More A running recap of the odd month that was March
The first month of 2020 is behind us! I did see a lot online about January dragging on, and it did feel like kind of a slow month. February already seems to be moving faster, and I’m getting closer to my March 1 marathon in Atlanta. In January… I ran 120.27 miles. I’m happy with … More January wrap-up: Kicking off the year with a busy month
Having just finished the Marine Corps Marathon, my November running started out light. It ended with a week packed full of runs as I tried to hit 100 miles for the month, which I was able to do. I ran 100.15 miles. I participated in fellow BibRave Pro Angie’s 100 Miles in November challenge, which … More November Running Wrap-Up: 100 miles and more
I’ve been busy, which is why I’m finally writing my monthly wrap-up for September on Oct. 18. It was a great month of running! I ran 167.74 miles. This is my highest-ever monthly mileage, a little more than a mile above my previous record, which was from this February. I ran four races. These were … More I hit a new mileage record in September!
Some people may think it’s tough to fit running into a vacation, but since I love running in new places and I had more free time in each day than I usually do, I was able to fit in a run every day during my recent trip to New Smyrna Beach, Florida. In fact, this … More 2019 Running Travels: Exploring New Smyrna Beach, Fla., on the run
June was my lowest-mileage month of 2019 so far, but it certainly wasn’t a bad month. I ran in a lot of cool places, and I also got back into a regular yoga practice. I ran 82 miles. I realized with about four days to go that trying to get 100 miles for June was … More June running wrap-up: Less running, but lots of cool locations
I was active each day in May and definitely got reintroduced to the heat. It was a good month, though. I ran 122.2 miles. I continued my streak of hitting 100-plus miles a month each month this year with 122.2 May miles. I walked or ran every day in May as part of the BibRave … More May Running Wrap-Up: A run or walk every day
If I’d run all the miles I’d planned for March, I think I would have ended up with my highest-mileage month again. However, an injury derailed that a little bit. I took that I believe is the smart route and rested some, and thankfully, the injury cleared up pretty fast. Here are some other things … More March Wrap-Up: A mostly-successful month of running interrupted by a slight injury!