Well it’s been a hot minute, hasn’t it? Y’all, thank you for sticking with me. Not long after my last post I was dealt some more nasty news on the athletic front. I’ve been battling hip pain for several years now, and with my insurance coverage about to go *poof* when the divorce was finalized, … Continue reading I have a confession to make…
Stop The Clot!
This week I wanted to cover something a little more serious and very important for athletes to know: Deep Vein Thrombosis and Pulmonary Embolisms, commonly known as blood clots. Fellow Betty teammate Jess Lehman has battled DVT and PE for four years and has become an advocate for the Stop the Clot initiative run by … Continue reading Stop The Clot!
I Thought I Knew About Nutrition…
I like to think I have the basic tenants of nutrition down. Calories in vs. calories out, carbohydrates are bad for weight loss but good for performance, eat whole foods instead of processed, limit your sugar intake. Then I read ROAR by Stacy Sims, and my world was rocked. ROAR is a female-specific food and … Continue reading I Thought I Knew About Nutrition…
Sitting One Out
Today was supposed to be a recap post about racing the San Diego International triathlon. Instead, let’s talk about when it’s time to sit one out. On Friday I was setting up my mat to do some YouTube yoga when I heard a snap from my knee. Instantly I felt a searing pain, pain which … Continue reading Sitting One Out
Fueling for Race Morning
With early wake up calls where your stomach isn’t quite awake yet to major butterflies wreaking havoc and a digestive system working overtime, eating before an early race can be as difficult as the race itself. But getting that prerace meal in is essential to making sure you have the fuel to get through your … Continue reading Fueling for Race Morning