I've been spending all of this year on the trails; looking to to reignite my passion for racing and wanting to spend more time, effort and mostly, energy, moving my body in an organic way - moving through the environment - running, walking, climbing, and yes, slipping, falling (LOL)... Well it didn't take long for … Continue reading it’s a slow process. do i quit?
2019 is your year! Together we can make this one of our #happiest and #healthiest - #believe it. Let’s all take some time this week to slow down and #reflect on what it is we want and need and to be honest with ourselves on what it takes to make these goals a reality. My year … Continue reading in limbo
I raced the Na Wahine sprint triathlon yesterday. I did not plan to participate in the 500m swim, 12 mile bike and 5k run only because I've been nursing some left TFL and glute issues and mostly because I am kinda burned out. Up to now, I've done over 10 races this year alone and … Continue reading buzz.kill
I used to only run. My first race was the 2003 Run to the Sun (from Maui Mall at sea level to the top of Haleakala 10,023' on the steepest paved road in the world with a 10 hour time limit). I used to be a decent runner. My best half marathon was 1:57. My best Honolulu marathon … Continue reading gratitude
It's been a minute. #halfironman training has taken over. No more time for The Hang Out; no more social outings. I've been diagnosed with tunnel vision with less than 8 weeks until race day. It's GO time. Life with an #ostomy is going great! Each week, I get stronger and fitter. I eat without pain. I eat without … Continue reading aloha Friday wow (workout of the week)
My first race was this past Sunday, running 6.2 miles for the Sharon's Run.Ride.Walk. for Epilepsy. It is a small race where you will always find a parking spot and never wait in a bathroom line. My love and hate for racing is one and the same; I always push my hardest in a race. Everything in my … Continue reading prs & life patterns