Happy Daylight Savings Time!!! You know, I hated this day before I was a runner. Not I count down the days until it comes. 🙂 Not only was Friday a rest day but it was just one of those days. It started with a… Continue Reading “Well, that was a hot one”
Apparently I can run 13 miles in the sun and be fine, but a few hours at the beach paddle boarding? That really kicked my ass. By Sunday night, I had a splitting headache, I even tried sleeping with an icepack. Woke up Monday… Continue Reading “Too much sun = Ouch”
Apparently working in a town that rarely gets above 72 has killed my heat resistance. Living in a town that averages triple digits in the summer makes that a problem. Today’s workout was only around 90, but holy hotness I was dying. Hit the… Continue Reading “I run, why can’t I do this?!”
So, yeah the 4th of July planned run didn’t happen, the weatherman lied! Over 100 again, too hot even for the chair, couldn’t even be a Slacker the right way. So a little bit about the Slacker way: My goal is to run 3… Continue Reading “The Slacker Way”
So my neck of the woods has just come off of an excessive heat warning. Perfect for running, right? Five days of temperatures above 110 makes it really easy to be a slacker runner. It was so unbearably hot that even my comfy chair… Continue Reading “Heat = Lazy Runner”
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