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Molalla Trail Race Half Marathon – Race Recap

By On September 25, 2017

After a couple of really hard weeks, I went into week 10 of my pregnancy, thinking it was time to give myself a bit more grace. I continued to practice yoga daily,… Read More

Stability ball #hiit workout

#FitnessFriday: stability ball hiit workout

By On October 30, 2015

I don’t know about y’all but I’m completely wiped out from the week and am looking forward to a Friday night with some popcorn, a movie and quality time with the fam.… Read More


Strength training for runners

By On October 8, 2015

This week’s Flex and Flow Bootcamp workout really got me thinking about running and weight lifting. We switched up our usual weighted running warm-up from carrying one weight to two weights to… Read More


Weekend workouts: ultra training!

By On July 27, 2015

HUGE NEWS for those of you who have not been following along on Facebook…Casey is running his first ultra in September! He signed up for the 55K at the Golden Ultra¬†and I… Read More


On the run with Team LunaChix – Portland

By On April 7, 2015

Last night, I got my butt back on track (literally) with #TeamLunaChix Portland. We started our workout on the Lincoln High School track – 2 warm-up laps and then got kicked off… Read More


Some days you just don’t got it

By On January 20, 2015

Tuesdays are my usual leg days. I typically get up for a 6 am workout that lasts about an hour and a half (give or take) and involves somewhere around 3-5 miles… Read More


North Face Endurance recap (pacer’s perspective) – sloshing through the mud!

By On December 7, 2014

On Friday, I took another little break from Holiday Sweating mainly so I could taper a bit before pacing my friend Travis for the last 17 miles of his first ever 50… Read More


Bootcamp’n: strong Wednesday workout

By On November 5, 2014

After teaching back to back classes last night at the studio and scarfing down a little dinner, I wanted a way to connect with all of my students. So many of them… Read More