New Article -> Ankle Sprains: Diagnosis, Treatment and Exercises. (Link in bio)
My tan lines are starting to get a bit out of control. There’s sports bra lines, hydration vest lines, shorts lines, a watch outline, and an EPIC sock tan line that looks like I’m still wearing socks when I’m actually not. Guys... It’s only April 😂 #desertrunningproblems
Photo by my forever running buddy @derricklytle
100 miles. I will be processing this one for a while.
I have so much gratitude for my compassionate, level-headed, and inspiring coach @megroche3 (and @addiedoesstuff for supporting Megan).
Also for PT @ryansjohnson who helped solve countless issues over the years to help keep me running.
The event that @ultraadventures and @vacationraces put on was top notch. I felt like they were speaking to me with the course design - maximum views and fun variety in trail surface, and a strong ethic of minimum impact. Composting toilets on course!
And I love this belt buckle. Handmade @bykali from plants found along the course. Choosing among all the unique buckles was an overwhelming experience at the finish line, but this one spoke to me.
Never thought I’d become one of those runners who just uses road marathons as a means for “training.” #ultrarunnerproblems
This Boston was the first marathon that actually felt easy and didn’t interrupt my regular training with any pains or necessary days off. (Despite being horrible conditions and a near PR 😂)
While base building can be monotonous at times, it’s pretty rewarding to see so much progress in just a year of persistent training for the challenges of trails and ultras. Now back to my beloved dirt and forever chasing @derricklytle up all the mountains 🐏 #runsteepgethigh#trailrunning
During my 250k run across the Atacama desert in 2016...
”Through ultra running I redefined myself. I am a centered human being. I just have to remind myself, when I get distracted by everyday life’s noises.”
📸 photo credit: @thiagodiz@racingtheplanet@lululemon@suunto
5 746 days ago
Everybody who runs MDS has this sleeping pad and one day, a dust tornado (WHAT IS THIS CALLED in real life) came and stole all these sleeping pads--whipped them up into the sky and dropped them in other places around the desert--because they're so light. Good marketing point, I guess.