If you have a coach or are following a solid, structured training plan then you may be familiar with the term “periodization.” Not only is (and should) periodization be part of endurance training, but also strength training programs as well. Periodization can be defined as training for specific physiological benefits, such as cardiovascular endurance, strength, […]
Hi there! I’m Kelly Anderson and I’m a wife, momma of 3, runner, blogger, and personal trainer-in-training. I’m a busy lady. I started running 8 years ago as a self-proclaimed anti-runner. I hated running. Hated it. I dry-heaved at the very thought of running a mile. I never thought it was something I could do…until […]
My fiancé thought it would be nice to take some time and remember my “aha moment”… As in the moment when I realized that I really love what I am doing and I am not too shabby at it.For years, I have dabbled in both triathlons and marathons. I never thought I was much competition […]
I have loved running for as long as I can remember. For me, it’s always been the ultimate expression of freedom. I started running “competitively,” (and I use the term loosely), back in high school and quickly had a reputation for constantly being injured. Due to a host of orthopedic problems, I was never able […]
It will revolutionize races & draw millions (maybe billions) of new participants into events LOS ANGELES, CA – APRIL 1, 2014 – Coeur Sports, a provider of women’s endurance sports apparel announced today that, in an effort to combine its love of endurance sports and coffee and to provide a much needed service to runners, […]
Jamie interviews John Hayato, ultra runner, triathlete, KEEN boardmember and all around #UltraAwesome guy on this week’s Jamie Unfiltered.
During my 20s and 30s I never really had a problem with my weight. I ate anything and everything I wanted. I stayed at home with my three boys, and they kept me pretty active. When all of them were in school, I took up tennis. Around three years ago I went back to work. […]
My AHA moment came in 2006 8 years after I lost my mother to ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease). I woke up at 34 years old in a failing marriage, a pack-a-day smoker and and daily drinker topping the scales at 315 pounds. I knew that if I continued down the path I was on I would end […]