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 would have posted earlier, but I got to laughing hysterically at Stephen Colbert’s bit about Sarah Palin’s Paul Revere ramble. I’m going to count it as my core workout. I think I’ll be sore in the morning. I’ve been running around like a nut for the last 48 hours, so I’m just catching up on all the revisionist [...]Liza
Eat a lot more. That’s the word from Amanda and Laurel and my post-race blood work. It seems like I was catabolizing a bunch of protein during the race. This is bad, of course, because it can cause rhabdomyolysis. Potential next steps: kidney failure and death. (Don’t worry Mom and Dad, I plan on actively avoiding the [...]Liza
The hours between 5am, when I got up to run 12 miles, and now have disappeared. It’s 3:30 pm and my long TO DO list is buried somewhere under other paperwork on the desk — no lines through anything. Arrgh. And now I’ve got to do some hurried work on the bathrooms before one of Asa’s little buddies is dropped off. [...]Liza
Wow, sorry for the posting lag. It’s been quite run-filled a weekend. I ran 30 miles Saturday and 20 on Sunday. That’s the most I’ve done in ages. The Saturday run felt okay for the first 2o miles and then it felt pretty good. Not a whisper from the PF. I didn’t push the pace; I just wanted to get it done. [...]Liza
It is raining here in San Antonio today. It’s great napping weather and I wish I could join Asa, but I’m going to give the treadmill a spin. It’s been lonely in our garage collecting dust from the dryer vent. The thing requires so much power that you have to turn off the garage door opener and the lights when it’s [...]Liza