Hi guys, I’m Abby and I normally blog over at BackatSquare0, but am extremely excited to be here with you all today. My blog focuses on my story of learning to live healthy. One of the biggest steps along this journey has been getting active and learning to be consistent with my exercise. I discovered […]
As I look over the Marathon Training Schedule this week, it’s hard not to think about where we should be right now with our running. Oh how I wish we were there. I still haven’t said I’m not running the marathon, but in reality I know I probably won’t be able to (see how I’m […]
I set out for another run over the weekend. But this time it was different. I left my Garmin at home, put a compression sleeve on my right knee and hoped for the best. But the biggest change I had is that I had no expectations. I set no standard. No worries about distance; I simply wanted […]
It was so good to get back on the road this week after taking some time off. I was going stir crazy, but remained disciplined to allow my many leg pains time to feel better. Earlier in the week we started off by just walking a couple of miles, took a day off in between, […]
Hello The More I Run readers! I’m Jen and I blog over at Peanut Butter Runner about yoga, running, teaching group exercise, food and day-to-day life. Samantha is on vacation and I am happy to guest post so that she can enjoy her time away.
Since my right knee recently starting bothering me, I thought it the perfect time to try out this KT Tape I purchased several months ago. I could have been trying it on my left knee already, but the compression sleeve is working just fine, so why fix something that’s not broke? But, because I don’t […]
I'm Sam! Wife. Mom. RN. Health Coach. Cancer Survivor. Personal Trainer. Over 40. Hot Flasher. Coffee Drinker.
Devoted to teaching and inspiring women over 40 how to live their best, healthiest, older life. While I've never been considered overweight, I had to learn the hard way that skinny people can be unhealthy, too. Having colon cancer at the age of 29 with a three and five year old, I quickly realized I had to take control of my health. It was not my life that flashed before my eyes; it was theirs.