POSTANDO essas fotos, nessa sexta, só pra lembrar que corpo de VERÃO se constrói no INVERNO 🏋🏻♀️🚴🏻♀️🏃🏻♀️ a primeira é de junho (começo da dieta, 1ª semana do jejum) e a segunda é de domingo passado... .
. . Quem me segue aqui sabe que eu faço o jejum intermitente na dieta... E nesses últimos 3 meses perdi 6kg 🙀 é muita coisa né?! Primeiro que não foi por estética e sim para que eu melhorasse minha performance esportiva, o que de fato deu certo 🙏🏼 e claro que junto com essa dieta tbm teve treino e disciplina (uns 80%) 😬 mas teve sim!!! E meu nutri (@hildebrandopadovan) me manteve no jejum mais esse mês, porque pra eu conseguir correr mais rápido quero eliminar mais 3kg, na corrida quanto mais leve melhor!!! E tbm reduzindo o peso irei reduzir junto o risco de lesões, o que é maravilhoso né!!! Então o foco vai subir pra uns 90%, porque não fico sem um chocolate ou pudim ou canjica 😻 hahahhahaha!!! .
. Borá FAZER ACONTECER 🏃🏻♀️💕🚴🏻♀️ Bom dia atletas!!! Que eu já to aqui no spinning bem loca de feliz 🚴🏻♀️🔥
“Embrace and love your body. It’s the most amazing thing you’ll ever own.”
It really is amazing what the human body can do. I loved being able to run throughout my whole pregnancy and being able to run a half marathon at 8 months pregnant. It definitely wasn’t easy, but running is what I love and it made me feel strong while I was pregnant with Zander.
If you had asked me 8 months ago if I would be able to run a marathon in 3:23 and qualify for Boston I don’t know what my answer would be. It was tough getting back into shape after having my second baby, but I’m so glad I worked so hard. I’m amazed and proud of what my body could do all while breastfeeding my son, taking care of two kids, working, etc.
This postpartum running journey is still tough at times, but looking at how far I’ve come definitely makes it worth it. I’m going to continue to work hard and try to get back to my pre-baby PRs.
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Alright alright alriiight, the numbers are in! 🤓 In preparation for #SeaWheeze, here’s the long and the short of it:
Miles Run: 332.3
Calories Burned: 43122
Miles Traveled: 21885
Nights on the Road: 63
Over the last 17 weeks, more than half of it was spent in a hotel, and I was unable to train like a ‘normal’ person and prepare my own food. Life isn’t always 40 hour weeks, long run Saturdays and self care Sundays. It may not have been ideal, but you know what? I showed up. •
I’m going to show up at the start line, and I’m going to show up at the finish line. How long it takes me to get from Point A to Point B? Who cares. I’m here, I’m healthy, and if I can’t have fun on my own vacation, I got 99 problems and a half marathon ain’t one. 🏃🏼♀️💨
Flash Back Friday to...yesterday. Ha. Scenes from my run in Charlotte - a
super beautiful city. For the back story on my 36-hour Charlotte Adventure see below and swipe left! ********************************************
I knew I was doing a kind of unique thing, and it was funny explaining it to people. My Boss called it a very 2018 thing to do. So in 2015 at the recommendation of my favorite journalist/media personality, I started listening to this podcast. From that spawned an online group of listeners, and for the last three years I have been having some type of interaction daily with them — it was awesome to connect with people who shared similar views. This summer the podcast hosts announced that the very first live show was going down in Charlotte, and I got my ticket ASAP! People flew in and drove up from all over the country — one guy flew in from Australia! I had only met one person going in real life, so I was a little nervous about how it would be, but I was more just super excited to finally meet these people I had gotten to know over my phone for the past three years. It was amazing. The show, the people, and the vibe. What an awesome experience — and that’s the story of my Charlotte Adventure! 🏃🏾♀️🌱 #run#vegan#tbgwt
Well it just kept on pouring ☔️ so we kept on working! There’s just something about going to the gym and feeling successful that makes the soul happy. Also, coming home to a box full of meals from @luvofoods wasn’t so bad either 😉. Happy #friday y’all, and #goodnight! #LuvoBR
Stylish fluoro orange for my parkrun duties as Pakapakanthi tailwalker with Mr Murphy. Loved cheering on the runners & walkers and had so many say thanks for volunteering. As much as I love running in events, giving back is just as rewarding.
“If you don’t use it, you lose it!”’... it’s not always easy to maintain strength and conditioning when travelling, so I bring my TRX with me everywhere basically... even when I’m out in the Arabian desert! 😄 This is a pretty typical set up for me in my hotel room... and it’s so versatile you can keep your whole body in shape quite easily and efficiently! 💪🏼 -
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Tomorrow will be my last long run until my marathon. 🎶It's the final countdown🎶
2 weeks until the @st.george.marathon
Hope y'all have a fabulous weekend!Happy training y'all!!🤙 #runmilesrun
7:52 average pace
470 ft elevation gain
You would never guess that 24 hours prior to this picture these eyes would have been stained with tears and overall just drained of hope. I’m not posting this for attention to me, but attention to depression. Social media has really furthered this concept of it being “bad” or “abnormal” to be unhappy or to be sad. Or in fact, just being complacent is no longer okay. I feel our sport can mask depression very well, while the nature of the personalized demands of our sport is a natural breeding ground for depression. It is so easy to fall into making comparisons and struggling with the feelings of not being “good enough.” We are so easily inundated with pictures of epic stuff, stories of wins, achieving personal bests, only the best of days and the happiest of times.
However, I also feel there has been a surge of attention on depression and burn out within ultra running. A new emphasis on being good enough no matter what. A focus on working towards goals and results, but not letting those things define you or make or break you. A renewed community of support and better understanding. Redefining what Is normal and what matters.
So here I am reframing my mindset on how every day has good in it, even if it’s not something epic or it just downright sucks. I am good enough (as is everyone) for simply being me. Rejoicing in the little things and celebrating the choice for happiness. And I’m hoping this can reach those that need uplifting, as we all take a turn where we could use it. Now let’s all go #runhappy ! 🙌💜🏃🏼♀️