Womens Running Blogger

I’m really excited to share that I will be blogging over on the Women’s Running Magazine website! Myself and four other female bloggers will be bringing you new posts weekly. The other four bloggers are: NYC Running Mama – http://nycrunningmama.com/ Hungry Runner Girl – http://www.hungryrunnergirl.com/ T-Rex Runner – http://trexrunner.com/ Eat Pray Run DC – http://eatprayrundc.com/ The […]

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I’m going to start this post out with a little disclaimer. I do not know any of the women who finished in the top ten at Rock N Roll Marathon, so I don’t know what was going on during their race or if there were other factors that caused their slow down other than starting […]

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On 11.17.13 I ran my 26th marathon. I’d be lying if I said I was ready to run 26.2 miles again. MCM was a month ago and I had no intentions of racing. A faster {for you} marathon affects your body differently than a slower {for you marathon} does. I seriously considered stepping back and running the […]

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If you are like me – starting ten days out from a marathon you start to stalk weather.com. Instead of stalking the weather this weekend I’ve been getting my information direct from the source! Today’s “guest” on Mile Posts is….. The Running Weatherman aka Alex Liggitt of ABC 7 in DC — Here is his weather […]

Run Brag

Did you have an awesome run or race this weekend? Want to see your picture online on Women’s Running Magazine’s website?   Each week Women’s Running asks women from around the country to submit their RUN BRAG photos for a chance at being featured in their run brag gallery. This week was my first week […]

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This week is a whirlwind running week. When people ask me what I do for a living or what I enjoy I typically say – all things running – which makes sense to me but maybe not to them. I do love all things running. There are parts I obviously love more than others but […]

Treadmill Ultra 3

Two weekends ago I was supposed to run 20 miles on Saturday and race a 5K Sunday. The run didn’t happen on Saturday. I didn’t run when I first woke up and I kept putting it off. Then I came up with a million and one reasons why it was everyone’s fault but my own as to […]

The extra point two

Molly: http://mollyberrieshodgepodge.wordpress.com/ www.instagram.com/mollyberries Katie: www.msfitrunner.com www.instagram.com/msfitrunner www.twitter.com/msfitrunner Sarah: www.twitter.com/saweiss Tami Roth: Want to see more I RUN THIS BODY pictures? Visit this page on Mile Posts http://www.mile-posts.com/personal-records/the-people-the-places Send me a picture of you in your I RUN THIS BODY shirt, holding Women’s Running Magazine November/December 2012 issue, or how you went the extra point two on […]

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I can’t believe it’s race morning and I’m sitting around hanging out. I could get used to this night race thing. No running around stressed the night before. No 3:30 am wake up calls to get up and drive to the race. I had a really yummy in my tummy breakfast [how do you not […]

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I’ve been a little out of sorts lately. Okay a lot out of sorts. Stress + lack of running + post marathon blues = very unhappy Dorothy. So when the opportunity arose to run YET another MARATHON how could I say no?!?! I’ve never been to VEGAS and what better way to see a city […]

Reader Round Up 5

Do you follow Runner’s World Magazine on instagram? http://instagram.com/runnersworldmag Check out what they posted to their feed yesterday! Chasity from www.myhealthychef.wordpress.com loves Women’s Running! Mother runner of two Denise looks beautiful in her purple I RUN THIS BODY shirt. *Bonus* I just found out she lives near me – I see a coffee date in our future!! Katrina’s pug is also […]

I Run This Body - Nicole

I’ve been a little bit giddy lately – from the Women’s Running Cover, to my Runner’s World twitter mention, to my I RUN THIS BODY shirts. 2012 really feels like ones of the most amazing, transforming years of my life. I want to make this moment last in my heart for as long as I can. […]

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Last Thursday I went to my mailbox and THIS happened…. Friday I was at Target in the book section and noticed they had magazines – why not check right? THIS happened….   Colton, Miles and I jumped up and down with excitement.   I am a person who is not usually at a loss for […]

Reston 10 Miler 2

10/01/00 is the date I ran my first race. It was a 10K and my average for the 6.2 miles was 10:44 per mile with a finish time of 1:06:42. That was giving it all I had. I am not blessed with a natural running talent. I don’t consider myself athletic. What I learned long […]

WR-POLAROID

Two weeks ago I was furiously packing my bags for the trip of a lifetime. Yet I still sit here unable to put into words how amazing the whirlwind weekend was. I find that writing a post makes things final and when it comes to recaps it means something is over. Admittedly I don’t want […]

Trail

Monday determines my week. If I start it out on a high note with running, my weekly mileage usually follows suit. If I skip my run that day or have a rocky start, I find it hard to get in a groove. After my basically-no-sleep-weekend in NYC with Women’s Running Magazine, I started out last […]

Womens Running

Lately I find myself saying thank you to multiple people EVERY.SINGLE.DAY. I feel like I have been crazy blessed in 2012 and have had so many fun and exciting things happen in my life. I don’t for one second think that any of these opportunities have come to me on my own. I don’t feel […]

Heart Rate

Yesterday I went for an 8 mile easy run in the afternoon. It was raining in the morning so a triple stroller run was not an option and I WAS NOT in the mood to run on the treadmill. It felt easy because of the pace, but not so easy because of the heat – if that even […]

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Happy 4th of July from my family to yours! Hope you all are enjoying the day and spending it with people you love.   Thank you to everyone who has been voting for me in the Women’s Running Magazine Cover Model Contest. I seriously feel loved and blessed that so many people have been willing […]