Hidey Ho neighbor! Hows it goin? I tell ya, there are not enough hours in a week! I have so much on my to-do list, including this little ol’ bloggity, but I constantly run out of time! If I didn’t have to sleep, I could get so much more done!
This past weekend, Kevin and I celebrated our 16th meetaversary! We celebrate every single thing we can think of, as a matter of fact. All within a couple of weeks of each other we have my birthday, our wedding anniversary and the anniversary of the day we met. That is the day we met face to face. We had actually talked on the phone for a couple of weeks prior but I don’t have the exact date of that first phone call or we would celebrate that also!
Anyway, it just so happened that we had tickets to a concert on that very day. We both took the day off. As a plumber, he often gets hung up on calls even if he tries to get off early and it usually doesn’t work out. So, if there are any times that him being off is non-negotiable, he normally has to request the entire day. So we sacrificed. ha! We relaxed around the house for a bit and then made our way. We stopped for dinner at Zoes. Many, this place just gets better and better. I had shrimp kabobs with turmeric rice, roasted veggies and fruit. Kevin had a power grain bowl. We were not disappointed!
Once we were finished eating, we made our way to the St Augustine Amphitheatre for the concert. I had never been to this venue before so I wasn’t sure what to expect. It ended up being pretty amazing. It isn’t large so no matter where you sit, your view is amazing. The sun was setting to our left so it wasn’t unbearable hot or blinding. We were there a bit early so we had time to make our way to our seats with no rush.
The first to take the stage was Midland. We saw them in December and they were good. I feel like they were a bit better in December but that could have just been me. I was quite entertained to see 2 of them barefooted! What? yep. Whatevs!
Taking the stage next was Kacey Musgraves. I knew a couple of her songs so I wasn’t looking for anything either way. She gained a new fan! That girls stage presence was crazy! Her band , backdrop and her outfit were all coordinated and it was beautiful! I felt like I was at a fancy-schmancy stage show in the ’70s!
After that, the ones we came to see came out. Little Big Town was the headliner. When I got the tickets, I was mainly excited to see Midland again and to visit the amphitheatre. Well, when they came out singing Kevin said he heard me say “WHOA!”. It was definitely a moment. They sound good on the radio but in person, it was like nothing I’d ever heard before! their harmony was hair raising! I am not exaggerating. The hair on my arms literally raised! If ever you get the chance to see them, do it! You will NOT be disappointed. Unless you don’t like country music and then, well, you might be a tad sad.
Saturday, I planned to go have lunch, see a movie and get groceries. On the way into town (it is about a 45 minute drive) there ended up being a horrific accident on the interstate and we sat in one spot for over an hour. I didn’t have time for a movie at that point so I went straight for lunch. Chipotle, of course. I ran into TJ Maxx and then to Krispy Kreme because, SATURDAY TREAT! and then my last planned stop was Trader Joes. While in TJ Maxx, I became very ill. To the point I wondered if Chipotle had given me tainted lettuce. It only lasted until in the evening so I think the lettuce was fine, but I never made it for groceries.
(now I’ve just made myself crave chipotle again!)
Fortunately, my kid was up for a ride Sunday. We had a redo of my Saturday and went to lunch, a movie, TJ Maxx, World Market and Trader Joes.
We saw Ready Player One. It wasn’t what I thought it was going to be. My brain kept trying to make it a movie where they needed him to save the world from an asteroid or something. Not it at all but still very very good, IMO. After the movie, we had lunch at Panera. My go to there is the U Pick 2 with Roasted Turkey and Avocado and the Asian Sesame Salad with Chicken, Apple for a side and I actually had enough macros that I also enjoyed a bag of chips.
Sunday ended up being a really great day. It was beautiful and we were able to take the windows out of the Jeep.
I came home and mentally prepared for a great week! So far, it is working!
How is your week going?
My birthday this year was low-key. We have been traveling and incredible amount. We’ve gone to Tampa for Kenny Chesney, Disney, we have a trip to Biloxi coming up among others. We also had gone shoe shopping for sneakers on our last Disney trip. That is what I wanted for a present for my birthday. Wish granted! I got 3 pair!
(I have a beautiful picture of my beautiful shoes but the stupid thing won’t upload!! 😦 Until then, believe I got an awesome pair of pink Chucks, a solid black pair of Nikes and a solid WHITE pair of Asics [my fave shoes ever!])
On the day of my birthday, I was surprised at work with a beautifully decorated desk! I had balloons, streamers, ALL the Reeses, Peterbrooke and a card with money and a gift card.
Later that night, Ian, Japer and I went to a Jumbo Shrimp game. Fun times! The next day, I had a run that was tortuous (because of said jumbo shrimp game!) and I was certain that I would be doing nothing else the rest of the day. I did forget that I had to go pick up my Never Quit packet because I thought that was the last time I would be able to. (spoiler alert, I could have gone later in the week!) Anyway, my mom and Jasper went with me to get my packet so we went to eat hibachi. I had all of my macros planned out to a T. It was so hot in there, I barely ate anything. It was unbearable. I was feeling nauseated by the time we left. The moment Jasper looked at me and said “Aunkie! I feel like I’m dreaming. Am I really here?” made it all worthwhile. Hibachi is his favorite ever! Since I hadn’t been able to eat anything, I still had plenty of macros left so we spent a bit of time at Krisy Kreme. Oh the sacrifices! haha. I enjoyed a sour cream donut and a chocolate milk. It hit the spot, I tell ya. Apparently, I didn’t think too highly of my dinner because there isn’t a single picture to be found!
Do you prefer a low-key celebration or do you go all out?
Good Sunday afternoon! I have so many things I want to talk about, my “To Blog” list is growing and growing… I’m beginning my catch up… NOW!
Let’s talk about last weekend. I talked in my last post about the Never Quit 5K we did on Saturday morning. After that was over, we took our freezing wet behinds straight to the car to begin what should have been a 4 hour drive to Tampa for the Kenny Chesney concert. I hadn’t seen him since 2002 and got the tickets they DAY (minute!) they went on sale. I was so excited!
I don’t think I mentioned in my precious post of the race recap but I had a hunger like I have never known before from the time my eyes opened. Usually, if I drink 32oz of water in the morning, that quenches any “feelings” I have and I am good to go. Not the case on this day. All through the race, I was insanely hungry.
Once we were done and in the car headed towards Tampa, we made it as far as St Augustine and I was on the verge of starvation. It was only 10 or so… I normally don’t break my fast until noon. I had my food for the entire weekend planned out in order to stay on track but it was clear that wasn’t going to happen. I ended up breaking my fast early and had a sausage egg and cheese McGriddle with a hash brown from McDonalds. Then we stopped at Dunkin Donuts for coffee and a donut. Because why not?! I’d already “ruined the day” right?
Once we hit the outskirts of Tampa, we hit traffic like I’ve never seen. For no good reason what so ever. Our 4 hour journey turned into 5 1/2 hours. We did have time for a nap once we got there but alas, we had to rush to get dressed and fortunately, I had packed a quest bar so I downed that while we were waiting on our Lyft. We arrived at the concert and found our seats. Apparently, being the non-thinking person I am, I bought tickets on the east side of the stadium facing an agonizingly hot west setting sun. At one point, I had sweat literally dripping off of my nose. It wasn’t pretty y’all! That is when I realized winter had FINALLY left the building. Also, the ticket said the concert started at 5. Kenny Chesney didn’t take the stage until 9PM. Yep. Now that isn’t to say that Thomas Rhett and Old Dominion weren’t good. They were. That was just a LONG TIME to be in one spot with a full 2 1/2 hours of that intense sun.
At one point, we decided we were hungry, so Kevin left to go find snacks. I opted for a soft pretzel. It was hardest, stalest pretzel in creation. I ate about 1/2 and gave up. Bear in mind, I am not a picky person. I love food and will eat most anything. This pretzel was horrible! By the time Kenny Chesney hit the stage, I was ready.
When tickets for this concert are purchased, his people send a CD set. Imagine my disappointment upon figuring out the concert was that CD set. Word for word. I was devastated. All of the “I do this for YOU! Right here, this crowd” is probably said at every show he puts on. While I am sure it is true, at least make it sound like an original thought, not a rehearsed script, ya know? While singing “Old Blue Chair”, when he gets to the “I woke up to 100 mosquito bites, I swear, TRUE STORY”… well, after hearing that day after day in my car, I KNOW it’s a true story! Basically, I could have saved the $300 I spent for tickets and another $300 for a room and listened to the freakin CD in my car and NOT had to put up with drunks all night. Sad to say, that is probably my last Kenny Chesney concert. I feel devastated. Like everything I thought I knew about him is a lie. Dramatic, maybe. But is it REALLY for that crowd in front of him right then or is it for the money so he just opens a can and pours out the same menu time after time?
Ugh! Anyway, leaving the concert, we went to the corner our Lyft driver told us pickups would be at and dispatched a ride, only to discover the police weren’t allowing drivers to pick up there but on the other corner. Across 4 very busy lanes of traffic.
I was yelled at by the police for trying to cross the road (no traffic was coming and the light was RED) and we were cancelled by 3 different Lyft drivers. Finally, the 4th driver dinged that he was on his way so I called and BEGGED him not to cancel on us. When all was said and done, we had stood on that corner from 10:51PM until 12:25AM. We were exhausted, ant bitten and Kevin was starving by the time we got back to our room. Naturally, there was no food to be had. He found some Doritos and a Twix bar. All I wanted was ALLLL the water.
I woke up a bit before Kevin so I decide to remove all of the food I had planned to eat but didn’t and input everything I did eat to see just how bad my macros were. I discovered they weren’t that bad at all. I was a bit high on fat and carbs and a bit short on protein, but overall, a pretty good day! Now, I am not saying it is OK to go out everyday and eat McDonalds and Dunkin Donuts and NOT plan your meals at all, that is just foolhardy. I am saying that if you think you’ve “ruined the day” check. Maybe you didn’t. And if you did? enjoy it and move on! A ruined day does not a ruined health journey make!
We had planned to hit the gym and swing by Epcot on our way home but after our adventurous night, decided a Chipotle lunch and Costco trip was just what the doctor ordered. Fortunately, our journey home was much more calm than our trip there.
Have you ever had a very disappointing concert experience?
Let us talk about my most recent 5k. And my newest addiction to them. I seriously can’t get enough. I can’t believe I am so late to this party!
Kevin and I participated in the Never Quit Never this past Saturday. It was like no other for me. A first but certainly not a last of its kind!
To begin, we stayed closer to the start Friday night because of my miserable experience with participating in a race the week prior on so little sleep. The night before, we went to Flame Broilers for dinner. I had never been there and was pleasantly surprised. Here is what was left of my bowl:
After eating, we went to our hotel and crashed hard to prepare for a 4AM wake up. Before going to sleep, I was messaging back and forth with a friend who had done this race before and she mentioned they would arrive between 630 and 7. We we told we would need to park prior to 6AM or risk walking miles to the start line. I started second guessing our early wake up but decided to not to chance it. I am so happy I listened to my gut. We arrived about 530AM and was able to park fairly close but cars were pouring into the area. I am certain had we not arrived so early we would have been parking far away.
Side Note: At one point, a person came up to the car parked beside us and apparently being a friend, jumped into their backseat. In the process, he SLAMMED the rear door into our car. It was hard enough to rock our car. Their windows were down so I know he saw me get out and inspect the huge dent and chipped paint in our door. Do you think he even bothered to apologize? Nope. Never even acknowledged that it had happened. That was irritating. Our car isn’t new and it does have dings but it looks pretty good for its age (and it’s paid for!!). It wasn’t worth reporting to the police or insurance but I would have loved an apology, ya know? Anyway, quick karma, after the race, they came back to their car shortly after us and they had to ask us to move so they could be jumped off as their battery was dead. Take THAT your mean door slammer!
So back to the race… it was raining. and cool. We kept thinking it was going to stop but it never did! We got out of the car to head to visit the porta potties and head to the start line. We were soaked before we ever made it to the potties! Once on the beach, the energy and emotion was insane!
We sang the National Anthem, someone played Taps, there were some WWII veterans there, it was pretty amazing.
Then we were off.
This race was an out and back so we were able to cheer on those faster than us as they came back by. That was an awesome feeling. There were firefighters, military personnel and police in full uniform running. There were those on walkers and even a marine with ALS.
And then we crossed the finish line.
I don’t yet understand chip vs gun vs my own Garmin time. According to my time, I had another PR by about 20 seconds, according to chip time, I was about a minute 15 seconds slower. Either way I am thrilled with my time. I was really scared of this race because uneven surfaces are torture on my knee so I was certain I would be super slow (ha! I mean way slower than I am already) but this was actually the most comfortable race I’ve done yet. It truly amazed me how I felt during and after.
I am going to begin the Couch to 5K program to incorporate more actual running into my 5Ks. As of right now, I am mostly walking them although I did run across the finish line in this race. Hopefully, this will also increase my speed and distance. I had planned to begin training for a 10k this week but after thinking about it, I think I’d rather increase speed before adding more distance.
What is your opinion on distance vs speed training? Which is better to do first? Also, do you have any idea how I can understand why there is such a difference in my time vs chip?
So. I completed another 5K. And my FIRST round of FASTer Way to Fat Loss. FIRST is emphasized because there will be more. The next round begins April 23rd.
First, lets talk about this race. Oh dear lord. I don’t know what I was thinking but it was the perfect storm of BAD.
First of all, Friday I didn’t hydrate well, Nutrition wasn’t bad but wasn’t as good as it could have been. I went to a baseball game with my son and nephew and stayed out WAY too late. So going into this thing, I was dehydrated and exhausted. And I could feel it. I woke up late *hit snooze too many times* and was running (walking briskly) to the start line while trying to pin my bib. This is not something I ever want to let happen again if I can help it. I’m going to chalk it up to a learning experience.
My legs felt like they had lead weights in them. I have never felt such before. The further we walked, the madder I got. Not at anyone other than myself. Because I let myself not drink enough water and stay up way too late. At the same time, I am amazed at myself. Giving up was never an option. Again. Brandi kept asking if I wanted to stop. It never crossed my mind. I didn’t know HOW I would cross the finish line, on a stretcher, on my feet, on my knees… I just knew I WOULD cross it. And cross it I did. With a nice PR also! My first 5k was 1:02.49 by my tracker, chip time was 1:08.01. The cupcake run was 1:01.05 by my tracker and 1:00.58 by the chip. WHAT? yep. I KILLT it! It was ugly, but I did it. to say I am happy would be an understatement. I was not last and I did not have a police escort.
After I crossed the finish line, I found the nearest shady spot and fell out. That was the most comfortable wet grass I have ever laid on! Brandi had gone to get her cupcake. I passed. I just can’t take anything in during or for a while after. I do make sure to drink 32oz of water on the way to the race, however. I am planning on training for a 10k beginning next week so I know I’m going to have to also train to take in water/fuel soon but I’m dreading that worse than upping my mileage/speed work! Wow, I got off on a fueling tangent there. What I was meaning to say is that I was still feeling rough so I told Brandi good-bye and headed out, only to realize I didn’t have my keys. I had hung them over my pants and stuck my chapstick in the other side. I felt everywhere. All down the legs of my leggings. Nothing. I went back where I was laying under a tree, still nothing. I found a race volunteer and asked their opinion. They found someone in charge and basically told me too bad, so sad. I could walk the course again to find them if I wanted to. Um, no. Remember, this was only my 2nd 5K and it was a hot mess. She did tell me that the course was open to cars by then so I asked Brandi if she would mind driving me around the course to see if we could find them. Being the greatest, she said of course not! as we were saying goodbye to her other friends, I rubbed my waist and BAM! there were my keys. I had hung them on the FRONT of my pants, not the back. This is a very valuable lesson and I will do NO MORE races without my spibelt! I also bought a hat this weekend that has a key pocket in it!
Speaking of nutrition, I am loving FWTFL! This is an off week, my last round ended Sunday and our new round begins Monday. I am staying on plan so-so, just not very strictly. Maybe 80/20? This is definitely a plan I can live with. I was on plan at Disney for goodness sake! Not extras (I did have a protein shake packed, just in case, but ended up not needing it).
This next round, I want to hone in my exercise goals and train for a 10K, while improving my speed. I would also like to work on having more whole foods and be a lot better about pre-planning and meal prep. I need to be less lazy! For me, not preplanning or meal prepping is certain failure. Although I do have a few meals I can grab now that are OK to have. I just think I’d see better results if I make these small changes. Although, the results from my first round were amazing! I lost 22.5 inches in total. WHAT? Yep. Pretty good, if I do say so myself! I haven’t kept track of weight loss. But who needs pounds with inches like that?
So, plan for next week. Speed and distance work, better meal planning and prep and a blogging schedule! I have GOT to get my life together!
How would you tackle and of the above? Suggestions?
I have had in my head so many things I wanted to say. Now, as I sit here to write, I can’t think of a single one of them. Usually, I take notes on my phone then can refer back. This time I didn’t. Big mistake. HUGE.
I have been up since 4:09 AM so that could have something to do with my brain not working,. My dad is having a heart cath today so we had to be at the hospital at 630AM. Living in the country is the bomb.com until you have to be somewhere that early and it takes you an hour to get there.
I am still rocking the FASTer Way to Fat Loss. Every day I am so grateful for having made this change. For the first time in my life, I am not constantly thinking about food. I meal plan weekly, at night before I go to bed, I plan in My Fitness Pal my meals for the following day and that is that. When I am ready to eat, I look in my app, prepare what I planned and eat. It is over until the next time I’m ready to eat.
I had not done any exercise at all in about 2 weeks. This week, I made a plan, recorded it in my calendar and it is happening so far. Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday are gym days for lifting, Tuesday and Thursday are outside cardio days and Sunday is active rest. Again, I made the plan, put it in my app and don’t think about it again. It just is. I’m not sure what has changed in my to cause this shift, but I LOVE it!
I am sure as soon as I close this post out, I’ll remember every single thing I wanted to say. I’ll take notes this time.
Have a happy Thursday!
I have wanted to write this post for about 4 days now but… life!
So, I completed my first ever 5k this past weekend. Wow the emotions involved!
On Thursday, Ian went for a walk with me and we did 1.36 very painful miles.
The pain was on the outsides of my legs running from my ankles to my knee. My thoughts are my shoes need to be replaced, I’m just that out of shape, I’ll never be able to walk/run any length of time/distance because I’ve treated my body so badly for so many years.
I also held a hope in the back of my mind that the race would be cancelled and I wouldn’t have to DNF or just plain not show up.
I kept pretending like I was not nervous or terrified and simply excited. I kept pretending like I was just doing everything I needed to do to be ready to rock my first 5k. I went to work Friday, got off and went to pick up my packet. I texted a picture of the t-shirt to my friend I was walking with because it was so cute and she wasn’t picking up her packet until Saturday morning.
I went home and relaxed, had come “carbs” (or just an excuse to have waffles for dinner!), Ian taped my knee to see if that helped at all. I didn’t bother going to bed early, even though I had a 5AM alarm set. I didn’t need to prepare for what wasn’t going to happen, right?
I woke up Saturday morning at about 4AM, not knowing it was 4AM. I was thinking I had either missed my alarm or it would go off at any moment. I kept laying there and waiting… I finally looked at the clock and it was about 420AM. I never went back to sleep. I finally got up, got ready and fixed a water bottle and a BCAA water bottle for after the race I wasn’t going to do.
All the way there, I told myself how proud I was for getting up and going, even if it was for nothing but cheering my friend on.
I got there, parked and sat in the car for a bit posting instastories about the first 5k I registered for being a DNS and if this one was a DNF, I was still improving, right? After all, I can only walk less than a mile with no severe pain, right?
Met up with my friend and acted excited and not scared. And then everyone started moving. I was off to start my first ever 5k.
We walked and walked and walked. Brandi did such a great job of carrying on a conversation and distracting me.
We went across a parking lot, behind some buildings, alllll along the back, down in front of Target, but up past the start/finish line, basically just a giant figure 8 around the St Johns Town Center. We walked and chatted. We had a police escort because we had been passed by everyone.
There were still people right in front of us so they hadn’t passed us THAT bad. I finally decided to look at my phone and see how far we had been so I’d know how much further I’d be able to go before throwing in the towel.
I will never forget the moment when I looked at my phone and had been 1.63 miles and I was still strolling along like it was a walk in the park. In that moment, I realized I was going to complete my first 5k. THAT moment was more powerful than even crossing the finish line.
I’m not going to sit here and tell you it wasn’t hard. My foot went number right on queue around mile 1. By the time I finished the race, I could feel it again. Really not sure what is up with that. New shoes? Out of shape? Something more sinister? No idea.
I barely remember crossing the finish line. Side note, we weren’t last. We passed someone else before finishing. I was just kinda there but not. I remember Brandi tugging my arm to come get my medal but I was in complete and total disbelief that I was where I was. It was an amazing feeling and all I could think about was when I could do another.
They did pass out ice cream afterwards (it was presented by Kilwins Ice Cream!) but I couldn’t eat any. I have discovered I am very much a fasted cardio person and I can’t take anything in for some time after I’m done.
We sat for a bit and Brandi enjoyed her treat. When we stood back up, the pain set in! Ohhh my knee! It was screaming loud! That was the best pain I ever did feel!
When I looked at my phone, I had finished in 1:02:49 and had negative splits the entire way. Official chip time was 1:08:01. Either way, I finished!
We had planned to go to brunch but neither of us ever gained an appetite. I wound up just going straight to my mom’s. No one was at home at my house and I needed to show that bling to someone! When I got there, she made me some scrambled eggs and bacon and it was GOOD. I still didn’t have an appetite but it was getting late and I knew I needed to get something in me.
We ending up taking my nephew to a movie and to eat Mexican beforehand. I did enjoy some fajitas and a sopapilla. By the time we got there, I felt like I could eat a truck!
During the movie, I didn’t have any snacks but I was prepared with almonds and an RX bar. I did keep my water bottle with me though. I fell asleep a couple of times but my nephew didn’t let that last! Haha.
After the movie, we came right home. I was about toast. I had been up since 4AM after all. It is hard work trying to convince yourself you can’t do something!
Do you remember finishing your first race?
What was a better feeling, realizing you were going to finish or actually finishing?
Good afternoon! How was your week? Mine has been pretty awesome. I intended to check back in her before now but my time was better spent on movement! I get a bit in this week and I’m proud.
Let’s start with last weekend first, shall we?
Saturday was spent all day doing things Kevin wanted (mostly). It was his birthday Friday so we just spent the day together relaxing and enjoying our time. We started the day with a walk.
It wasn’t a long one because I am having terrible shin splints (I’m told time will help??) and I’m breaking my knee back into the idea of movement.
After that, we came home and got ready for the day. We first had to go for a hair appointment (me!) and then we could start having fun! We headed to an RV lot that we have been dying to visit. We both pass it at least twice per day on our commute. Well, let me just say our visit was less than stellar. We were there probably 10 minutes and no less than 3 people came out of offices, saw us, and turned back around. Needless to say, we won’t be back. We had gotten a late start because I had a hair appointment so after that, I was starving! Kevin picked Teds Montana Grill for lunch. No arguments here. I freakin love that place! We both had burgers. I had pre-calculated in My Fitness Pal what I was going to have and was fairly certain I would eat all of my calories in that one meal. That was fine with me because it was a BIG meal. And SO worth it!
I ended up eating only 1/2 of the burger, an onion ring and 2 or 3 fries. I was a bit disappointed because I did NOT want to stop eating but I was stuffed!
After that, we went to a guitar store for Kev to fiddle around with some amps and I sat in the car and read. It was such a beautiful day with the windows down. I could have sat there all day! We then went to another RV lot which is the one I’m sure we will get our RV from when the time is right. Before the night was over, we took in a move. 15:17 to Paris is really good. The acting is sub par, but it is the original guys who saved the train playing themselves so that is understandable. The story, however, takes you back to their childhood and how then wound up then and there. Really powerful and will make you think. If you see it, let me know what you think!
Sunday, we bought tickets for a Family Foodie Fare presented by the Jax Moms. It was so stinking much fun! We ate and ate and ate.
At the end of the day, Kevin won a coffee basket. How fitting, yes?
After going to see another movie (Den of Thieves… SO GOOD) we came home and crashed. Hard! it was such a busy, wonderful weekend!
During the week, I’ve been trying to acclimate myself to my new FWTFL plan. Of course as soon as my brain heard “don’t eat till noon” it wanted food as soon as my feet hit the floor every morning! Crazy times! I have gotten in a good amount of movement this week.
Well, when I say “good amount” do I mean twice? I certainly FEEL like it was more than that but these are the only screen shots I have! Poo! This is sure to change. This is going to be a daily thing for me. I have a 5k tomorrow and I’m pretty sure I’m going to get a DNF. Shin splints are still killing me. I did read today to do some heel raises (is that what they are called? Standing on your toes on a step and lifting up?) anyway, those and shortening my stride. I’m going to implement both of these today and see what happens. I will report back here Monday morning with a recap of my weekend and how the race goes!
Do you have a race this weekend?
Any advise for shin splints?