Army Ten Miler

Posted by on Oct 14, 2014 in Articles, Race Day, Running, Workouts | No Comments

Army Ten Miler Weekend 31 December 2010 the MisFits woke up like any other day in Kandahar. Lace em up go out run early ,change go visit the local population while on patrol and guard what was FOB Wilson. One MisFit SGT Michael Beckerman had gone on to his Sapper brothers and was on patrol. […]

Runner’s Peeves Part 2

Runner’s Peeves Part 2

3. You want to PR by 20min on your next half-marathon We all want to PR, qualify for that famous race (New-York, Boston, Kona,) and I’m all for ambitious goal because I have some of my own, Tremblant 2014! But being too ambitious is not the problem; the problem is not allowing yourself enough time […]

Runner’s Peeves (Part 1)

Runner’s Peeves (Part 1)

With season just across the corner, it’s easy to get overwhelmed, register for a lot of races, increase drastically your workouts and not listen to your body. Usually as a new season begin, we have new goals in mind, we want to do better than last year, we don’t’ want to tell ourselves that we […]

Beginner’s Marathon Training Plan

Beginner’s Marathon Training Plan

Posted by on May 19, 2014 in Articles, Featured, Motivation, Running, Workouts | No Comments

This is the third installment to the beginner’s series to running. The marathon is a goal on a lot of runner’s wish list. One of the best feelings you can have is looking back on the hard work to what brought you to the finish line of the marathon. Although I am providing a training plan within […]

To Ride or Not To Ride: The Great Weather Debate

To Ride or Not To Ride: The Great Weather Debate

Posted by on May 5, 2014 in Motivation, Training, Workouts | No Comments

    There is nothing quite like being in the great outdoors. Especially when it is snowing, hailing, sleeting, 100+ degrees, pouring rain, or so foggy that you may as well be blindfolded and feel your way around. Really… there’s nothing like it! Equestrian athletes, and all other outdoor athletes, have a particular set of […]

Beginner Half Marathon Training Plan

Beginner Half Marathon Training Plan

Posted by on Apr 29, 2014 in Motivation, Race Day, Running, Training, Workouts | No Comments

This is the second installment to the beginner’s series to running. The half marathon is a great starter event for anyone looking to pick up running as a hobby or even shed a few pounds.  Although I am providing a training plan within this post, it is merely a GUIDE. Every training plan you see […]

Couch to 5k Training Plan

Couch to 5k Training Plan

Posted by on Apr 12, 2014 in Featured, Motivation, Running, Workouts | No Comments

  Many people have been asking me lately to help them train for a 5k race. Some want to lose weight while others just want to pick up running as a hobby. Although I am providing a training plan within this post, it is merely a GUIDE. Every training plan you see on the internet […]

75 Thoughts Every Runner Has During a Run

75 Thoughts Every Runner Has During a Run

Posted by on Apr 6, 2014 in Motivation, Running, Triathlon, Workouts | No Comments

Just a little text to make you smile!   1. What a beautiful day for a run! 2. This sucks. 3. Well, five miles is only two and half miles each way, which is basically two miles each way, so I’m really only running four miles. That’s not too far. 4. It’s starting to feel […]

Track Brick Workout: Perfect for Getting Pre-Season Speed

Track Brick Workout: Perfect for Getting Pre-Season Speed

Posted by on Mar 21, 2014 in Triathlon, Workouts | No Comments

Now that spring has officially arrived and the weather is warming up quite a bit (especially here on the east coast!), I have been getting to do more of my workouts outside. Many of my key sessions involve long grueling hours outside on the pavement or in the pool, but I have realized through experience […]

Pre workout nutrition and daily tips

Pre workout nutrition and daily tips

Posted by on Mar 18, 2014 in Nutrition, Workouts | No Comments

I’m gluten Intolerant which means that when I stop consuming as many carbs as I should have because it was harder to find stuff I could eat, I saw a decrease in my performance, practices, competitions and even concentration at school, Yes I lost a little bit of weight but I couldn’t handle hard training […]