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Author Archives: Kate Penn
I am not going to PR my next marathon. There. I said it. Since I started running five years ago, each race I worked to be faster than the last time. Push push push. I worked hard for my PRs, … Continue reading
There is nothing quite so terrifying as having to go to the bathroom when you’re on a long run in the middle of nowhere. I don’t mean middle of nowhere like on a secluded, well-covered trail where one could pop … Continue reading
A peppy mix of songs with a good beat is my ideal soundtrack for a short-mid length run. If I’m on my feet for under 90 minutes, I want some obnoxious pop songs and I want them catchy! But when … Continue reading
The end of a party can get really weird and uncomfortable. There’s always that one random guy who just doesn’t know the party is over and it’s time to go home. That’s what this summer is. That weird dude (no … Continue reading
My runs have been total crap lately. Like serious, massive, steaming piles of garbage. 16-miler? Crap. 40 minute tempo run? Crap. 8-miler? Crap. My energy is zapped. My legs are heavy and sore and my pace is like that of … Continue reading
Last week I visited my sister in Colorado. If I wasn’t a runner, my first day there I would have slept in, then happily sat her couch drinking coffee. Instead, I got up at 5:45am and spent an hour running up … Continue reading
Last week I went camping in the Adirondacks. I shut my phone off, shut my brain off, and disconnected completely. I fished, swam, went tubing, leisurely biked, ate, and drank to my heart’s content. It was awesome. I only had … Continue reading
You don’t have to be a serious athlete to beast a tractor tire workout. In the ever-agricultural York County, there’s sure to be plenty of spares to incorporate into your fitness routine. Ron Johnson, health and fitness consultant at YWCA … Continue reading