Training for me has never been more enjoyable than these last two months (Pain free for the first time in three years!). Missing 3 months of training due to rehabilitation post knee surgery, this training cycle has been rather unique, in that I am trying to build a base, while also incorporating some speed work… Continue reading Update from Nick
Nick returned home on Sunday from his race in Falmouth, Massachusetts. He ran a 3:59 mile and finished second in the race. Although getting passed in the last 10 meters of a race is never fun, we’re still happy with the race. As a biased wife, I think a sub-four-minute mile off of one track… Continue reading 3:59 Season Opener
Here’s a link to a piece I wrote last year for a magazine journalism class. I thought some of you would enjoy reading it. When Nick and I first started dating, I realized that we were a little bit of an “odd couple” in the running world since I have almost no background in the… Continue reading Life with a Pro
Well, Nick is about to fly out tomorrow morning to Falmouth, Massachusetts to run in the CIGNA Falmouth Mile, a large road race that features a track exhibition mile the night before. Nick will run for the first time since his knee surgery. It’s pretty early in his training to try to race, but we… Continue reading Let the racing begin!
Introducing Tempo Willis! We’ve had Tempo for 5 days now. He’s about 8 weeks old so it’s been a busy 5 days! People say that getting a little puppy is a lot like having a baby. Luckily, the “baby” stage for a dog only lasts a few months! Besides the first night in his crate… Continue reading Newest Member of the Family