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.
I’m teaching another WFA this weekend. I’ll just be commuting over to UTSA (University of Texas at San Antonio) this time — and not wrangling with one cup coffee machines in fancy hotels. Right now I’m sitting at the cell phone waiting lot at the airport waiting to pick up my co-instructor. It’s 7pm and I still [...]Liza
I lost a bunch of hours yesterday trying to figure out if I needed to keep torturing myself with potfuls of ice water. The most researched information and recommendations I could find were in Cryotherapy in Sports Injury Management by Kenneth L. Knight (1995, p. 89, 91) and Therapeutic Modalities: The Art and Science With Clinical Activities [...]Liza
More often than not, I write this blog while I’ve got my foot in a pot of ice water. And, more often than not, I have to stop writing to swear under my breath for a while when it gets too painfully distracting for sentences. Hate the icing. Love the lack of pain afterwards. My foot’s numb after 20 minutes and I limp around [...]Liza
So I think I’m going to run on some roads to train for TNF 50 in December. Bleaugh and bleaugh. The hills on the trails here are a bit too rocky to be helpful — I think. I am really gun-shy about running on pavement. (Please don’t get inflamed again little foot! All rocky trails, all the time after December 4th, [...]Liza
I get to see an old friend and running buddy from Virginia Beach today. I think we haven’t seen one another for a good eight years. Three lifetimes and a good amount of gray hair (on my part) ago. I’m hoping we can go for a run. In the mean time, I’ve got to scrub under the dining room table so she’s not cemented [...]Liza