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Author Archives: Kate Penn
I know people who love to run in the heat. 80 degrees? Full sun? No problem! I am not those people. I am hands down the sweatiest person I know. I’ve been known to carry water for runs as short … Continue reading
Right after I finished my race, I spent 8 hours in the car to go camping in an area so far upstate NY I didn’t have cell service. I didn’t even realize there were still places like that. It was … Continue reading
If you’re sitting for extended periods of time traveling or at work this summer, you may experience tightness in your lower back, knees, and hamstrings. Lisa Taylor and Suzi Hendler with Evolution Power Yoga demonstrate seated yoga moves that can … Continue reading
Before I started training for the YWCA ladies y-tri, I had ridden my bike three, maybe four times in my adult life. I was not a cyclist. Now that I’m less than a week away from my race, I have … Continue reading
I have a tried and true system for marathon prep. I know exactly what to pack, I’ve got contingency plans, I know what to expect. But at one point, I didn’t. My first race ever was a tiny half marathon … Continue reading
On Friday I bought my first tri suit and officially signed up for the Ladies Y-Tri. On Sunday, I did the whole bike portion of the race for the first time. As I swore my way up the millionth gigantic … Continue reading