Best Run EverThat would be my first run ever...The 40th Stage Coach Run in Jacksonville Oregon. It was my first official race after my cancer, surgery and treatment. I felt so accomplished after I crossed that finish line.
Three Words That Describe My RunningObsession...Accomplished...Empowering...
My Go-To Running OutfitCompression capri's I got from Old Navy, running bra, new uber berry Reebok flex shoes, and usually a running tank of some kind.
I Won’t Run Outside When It’s…Hot and humid as it makes me sick to my stomach and last year I got heat exhaustion from it.
Worst Injury – And How I Got Over ItMy pelvic stress fracture I sustained last year while training for my 1st half, which I had to miss. I took the whole summer off from running and most walking, stayed in bed when needed and pretty much just swam all summer long. I was able to start taking walks sometime in August I think, and then started to run again in November...I am back to normal now!
I Felt Most Like a Badass Runner When…I completely killed my 1st ever PR by over 4 minutes...I also felt like a Bad Ass my last race (1st race post injury) when I beat my Pr by 28 seconds.
Potential Running Goal for 2013To complete my half marathon training without injury and run the race in September.
My Next Race Is…At this time that would be my half marathon in September, but we runners know this could change in the blink of an eye.
Now go over and link up with Kelly The Culinarian and have fun with the survey.
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