I’m starting to think about MdS as a restful vacation with a bit running thrown in. I’m not underestimating the desert...
Liza Howard is a national champion runner with multiple records in distances ranging from marathons to 100 mile trail races.
This little one was up all night. And up all morning. She got tired and decided to nap two minutes before it was time to pick Asa up from school. Good thing she’s cute… Run: 1 hour easy (thank goodness!) Shower: Not yet. Hoping for something this evening. Reward/Bribe for Asa studying his spelling words today: [...]Liza
Don Hauk took this picture of me teaching ankle taping at the Trail Running Camp. I love everything about it. I would change my profile picture to this — if I were into profile picture changing. Right now I’m into thinking about sleep and the days before October 14th when I did that during the night. I’m also [...]Liza
Ruby and I got about 4 hours of sleep last night and I have a 4.5 hour run scheduled today. That just seems wrong, doesn’t it? And if I read one more time about how important sleep is to training and performance, I’m going to punch somebody (or at least throw a pillow on the floor and stomp my foot) (and maybe cry). Last night, [...]Liza
Intro: When the book Born to Run was released out it drew attention to the Copper Canyon Ultramarathon and billed it as the greatest race the world had never seen. However, on Nov 10,2013 in the desolate and primitive area of western Texas hill country, eight of the most elite trail runners in the world came together to compete in one of the [...]Liza
I’m hip deep in thank you notes and bills and laundry and grumpy babies, so this will just be a short blog today. I figured if I waited to write something entirely worthwhile about the Trail Running Camp, I wouldn’t be writing again until next month. And I need to do some writing, so all that other stuff doesn’t make [...]Liza