It’s been about six weeks since we started this journey! We have enjoyed sunshine, beautiful weather, new knowledge, new running shoes, and new friends. Some of you are beginning to adjust to this new path you’re on; you take steps daily toward a healthier active lifestyle. It’s not training just for today; it’s training for […]
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This week, stay hydrated, be cautious about what you eat (think healthy), and stay healthy with lots of hand washing and avoiding sick people. Later in the week, lay out every item you need for race morning (shoes, shorts, socks, gels, hydration pack, etc. etc). Pin your bib to the front of your shirt after […]
Congratulations! Whether you realize it or not, you have inspired people with your commitment to you marathon goal! What’s next for you? We hope your commitment to a healthy and active lifestyle is just beginning. First, you get to rest for a bit. By Wednesday or Thursday, you can start with light, easy running–about 1-3 miles. […]
With just 20 days until the Modesto Marathon, it’s finally time to “taper.” I want to share the following article with you so that you’d understand just exactly what tapering means. (source: www.runnersworld.com) The final 3 weeks are the most important in any marathon-training program. Here’s everything you need to know and do leading up to […]
Clothing… There’s a saying…”Cotton is rotten.” It applies to your running clothes (even your socks)! No cotton! For your clothing, look for items that are marked “dri-fit,” or “moisture wicking.” The fabric is NOT cotton. These types of fabric pull moisture away from your body and then it dries quickly. While you won’t be absolutely […]