When I first committed to taking my running more seriously, I dove in. I wanted to run all the miles.
But it also meant I wasn't doing much of the recovery, strength training, mobility, or nutrition work.
And I suffered for it.
For years, I struggled with a lot of "almost" injuries--things that made me uncomfortable enough to take a break or not quite hit my goals, but never enough to completely side line me.
Until I got tired of it. I was frustrated with spending time away from my family training and coming up short on goals race after race after race.
Realizing recovery and self care was actually a PART of the training cycle was a major step forward in my running life. It has also helped me in my non-runner life too! I'm a more present and patient mom, wife, friend, and coach.
Ready to spend some time on self care?
"I really enjoyed my speed work Friday. It was fun and I felt really strong
"Thanks for always helping my hyper booty chill out"
"Thanks again for all of your support this weekend and leading up to my fun half.
Does this sound like you?
You are frequently feeling sore and tired
You are tired, but not just your body, but tired through and through
You want to chase running goals but you're not sure you can
You don't want to get injured
You haven't hit your running potential
You know you could be a "better" runner