Small wins lead to big goals. We meet obstacles in running and in everyday life. We can overcome what is put in our way, continue
The 10% rule is one of the most important principles for consistent, injury-free training for distance runners. The body (and mind) needs rest and recovery
Flour. Water. Salt. Yeast. The essence of bread. Add olive oil, prepare the yeast and let rest until bubbly, and we have the ingredients for
Easy Days Easy. Hard Days Hard. To follow that principle is a struggle for many type-A runners. It’s hard to run slow on easy days!
Sunday morning is for baking breads. Sipping fresh-brewed coffee, or home made cappuccino, I pore over recipes to learn how to bake breads. Richard Bertinet’s
Training recap #4 covers two weeks from December 31, 2018 to January 13, 2019. The previous training recap #3 summarized me slowly ramping up training