It’s no secret that I love my visits to Cryotherapy, especially after my long training runs and races. What I have not had a chance to share with everyone is just how much it really makes a difference on my recovery! Over the last 2 months I have finished several long training runs (16 miles […]
Skirt Sports, Coffee and Cryotherapy!
No better way to start a Friday morning! A few weeks ago, my friend Mandi from Cryotherapy of WI invited me to be her guest on Coffee and Cyro. This is her Friday morning fun to get the word out on why different people use cryotherapy. She wanted me to share with everyone how, as […]
Running for chocolate is always a good thing!
But running with friends is always better! When Carrie and I realized that we were both signed up for the Cellcom Full marathon, we knew that we would be spending more time to gether, getting in those long runs on Saturdays! Since the Seroogy 15k/5k race fell on the same weekend that we had 10 […]
Stop, recharge and refocus
Your body is always whispering to you. The secret is learning to stop and listen to it, before it has to start yelling. This is true in every area of your life! If you eat something you shouldn’t, your stomach probably tells you. If you run yourself ragged and don’t get enough rest, you body […]
The end of March has crept up on us way too fast! It seems like it was just yesterday that we were dealing with sub zero temperatures, snow storms and making final preparations for out Spring Training Vacation. Now it is the end of March, vacation is over and we are finally having warmer days! […]
I almost quit… but glad I didn’t!
This morning was the 9th annual Seroogy’s Valentines run. Running outside, in Wisconsin, in February? Sure why not! I did this run a few years ago with a friend and that 5k just about killed us! It was cold and breathing hurt… so why would I do it again? Because that is what we […]
Winter Polor Vortex and my new best friend, the Dreadmill
Anyone who has lived or visited Wisconsin in the winter is aware of the beauty and crispness of a new fallen snow. They also have knowledge of the bone chilling cold that we are blessed with on more than a few occasions during the winter. Frozen eggs! This year is a harsh exception. They called […]
Marathon training is officially underway!
Last weekend marked the official start of training for the Cellcom Green Bay Marathon. The night before the opening training run, Green Bay was blessed with an ice storm. Freezing rain started early Friday evening and continued well into the night. By the time Saturday morning showed up, there was a glaring sheet of ice […]
Final Run of 2013!
The end of 2013 is quickly approaching and the Jingle Bell Run out at UWGB is the official close of my 2013 running year! This ended up being the coldest Jingle Bell Run in history as the temperatures loomed in the single digits when I woke up in the morning and didn’t warm up much […]
Turkey Trot 2013 is in the books!
…and it was cold! The Turkey Trot is always one of those events that you never know what kind weather you are going to have to deal with. You could have cold and rain or snow, if you a lucky it’s just cooler with a breeze or on that rare occasion, you have seasonably warm […]