19h de rolê. 3 minutos de paisagens. Faria tudo de novo.
Come and sweat with us on the trails tonight! 2ish mile and 4ish mile options. #ventureready
Hey guys! It’s @madi_mccarthy
from the #bioskinfit
team. I’ll be posting this week from the Lake Tahoe area! We are spending the week in the mountains, preparing for @bhornig91
100 mile debut at the Western States 100mile Endurance Run! Stay tuned for more awesome mountain views and Western States updates! #wser #thebiosquad
(pictured: South Sister tights, Corsica waves patten)
It was only a mountain, nothing but a big ol' rock
Only a mountain, it ain't hard if you don't stop
It just took a little step, a right then a left
Then a couple million more, who's counting? 🗻🏃
Medal Monday! Throwback to Sean O’Brien 50 miler as I get prepared to run 50 miles for the third time this year..... say whatttt??? This was after my first 50 miler and I fell in love with this distance and had a great race (4th overall woman, 1st AG). .
The hay is in the barn and I’ve got one final push of big training this weekend in Leadville and then it’s time for a proper taper before the big dance. This week I’m focusing on nutrition, rest and maintenance work. Also, I’ve got an aggravated plantar facia on my right foot that I need to give some TLC to so spin and swim are my besties this week. Instead of getting frustrated about the timing, I’m focusing on preventative treatment and remaining positive. I’ve been down this road before and I’m hopeful my plan will work. #dreamreallyfreakingbig #trainsmart #guforit
Thank you @tailwindnutrition.
Feels like 95°, Tailwind made this run doable. I went through 22oz in a 40 min run. I made it to the tip of the peninsula though. Hot but beautiful afternoon run.
What running did everyone do this weekend?
Running for more than 15hrs in the mountains is always a good idea,isn’t it?? Finisher at @zugspitz_ultratrail
Re-evaluation is not always a restart. Rather, it’s an attempt to step back, to understand the current state, and to persist toward our goals. Because progress is rarely linear.
I found this gem on the trail during @hurthawaii
Peacock 55 mile run last year. Almost picked it up!! But...I realized leaving it would mean everyone who passes after me would get to see it, too. And be happy. I’m sitting in class (clearly having focus issues!) day dreaming about 124 days from now when I get to race Peacock Ultra once again. .
It’s really hard to be present in this moment, inside 4 walls and air conditioning when I just want to be outside. Opportunity is holding me here. I’m reminding myself I chose to spend my Summer writing my thesis. .
Dear outside, wait for me. Adventure, wait for me, I’m on my way. Till then, thank you opportunity and choice for being gifts...
#hurt100 #hurtohana #hurtstrong #HURTTrailSeries
Truly an amazing experience and a wonderful accomplishment to the end of a training cycle.
Bighorn 32 miler proved to be everything I expected and more: tough terrain, muddy trails, mist, fog, sun, and looooong downhills to complement the steep climbs. I'm so humbled by the land and the community of runners I was surrounded by in Saturday.
This was a big win for me for many reasons, but for now, I'll end with this: if you want to go out to the middle of nowhere and see what the wilderness has to offer as a challenge, come up to Wyoming. You won't be disappointed.
My original plan was to run some birthday miles today. It seems an issue I have had a for a few months was kicked into overdrive by course marking and all the set up and taking down of the PJC race. I rested for 6 days and ran Saturday evening just an easy 4K and pain from stray through to finish of the run. So currently taking it easy and hoping the next three weeks I can rehab and recover in time for my FKT run. Thanks everyone for the birthday wishes, I was feeling a little sorry for myself yesterday and this morning but I’m going to be positive have a fun day and I have a physio and massage appointment Thursday 👍 also if @theraband
like the advertising can they send me more tape 😂😂😂😂
Porque devo entrar em uma assessoria esportiva?
O acompanhamento de uma assessoria esportiva é o único tipo de serviço que irá se comprometer em identificar soluções para os problemas existentes, tendo como intenção clara o alcance dos objetivos da pessoa que a contrata.
Isso quer dizer que quem contrata o acompanhamento de uma assessoria esportiva tem profissionais e serviços especializados para alcançar os objetivos da melhor forma e com o melhor tempo.
A assessoria esportiva pode oferecer um acompanhamento completo que vai desde a alimentação até a rotina de exercícios.
Somente com este acompanhamento as pessoas podem ter instruções tanto no pré-treino, no treino e no pós treino, ou seja, com o acompanhamento de uma assessoria esportiva você terá treinamento individual e exclusivo.
Essa é a nossa galera!!
Somos uma assessoria especializada em corrida de montanha.
Que tal fazer um treino conosco?
Forget the flywheel. Hydrology is my analogy for momentum. 𐂂 Successful racing for me is mostly about flow. The fire uncertainty around Hardrock isn’t bothering so much as the general struggle to maintaining body and mind while juggling everything else. With a trip to Colorado looming, I’m still unsure if I can wrap up the rest of my other projects in time. Anyone else trying hard to balance on the fly?
Speed, light, colours, nature and amazing view…This was a perfect combination for me last weekend! If you’re looking for a great place to run and take pictures, or just like a good challenge, the path of the gods is the best choice!
Repos bien mérité après cette séance d’intensité 🔥👍🔥
As one foot moved in front of the other, I found every bit of stress & concern drift away...
It has been a LONG TIME since I’ve set foot on a big mountain, let alone 6 mountains in a single day. Being alongside wonderful company & the reminder that this is a short drive from NYC, I found a lot of peace & balance that I wasn’t aware I was subconsciously yearning for.
@gopro #GoPro #optoutside
And then it became what we live for. There's certainly worse things to live for then a healthy practice that makes you smile :)
Being wild in the mountains has awoke my true self in so many ways. I have always had a primal side of me that I’ve had to let out. It’s energy, everything is energy. As you all know, it can’t be created or destroyed just transferred. I used to transfer this inherent energy into bad things to receive that adrenal reaction. These things got me into a lot of trouble and brought me to my bottom. Just when I thought I had hit my lowest of low, I then went deeper. These mountains have brought me out of that stupor, back to normal, and way beyond what I could ever imagine what happiness was. For once in my life I can say I’m truly happy. I don’t need external things to get me in this state of mind. Everything I need is already within me. Including my Fabio hair! 📷: @iliketrails
s i n k OR s w i m
“Perseverance is the hard work you do after you get tired of doing the hard work you already did.”
This doesn’t have to apply to “success” and goals ... At least for me it doesn’t right now and maybe you can relate to these next thoughts ...
Have you ever been in a slump? Not a silly bad day where you lose your car keys, are late to work and your kids spill a gallon of milk on your freshly cleaned floor ... While that shit sucks ... I’m talking about a
Well if you have I can relate to you. Whether chronic or situational you KNOW the really freaking hard work you have to do to get yourself out.
You, and you alone have to get up and do “all the things” until the fog lifts and the lightness begins to overtake the dark. You have to make the decision daily and sometimes hourly if you will
s i n k OR s w i m.
If you will ... Persevere ... and do the hard work even when you don’t freaking feel like doing it anymore
Well, I went swimming today. I did 700 yards. It is my second swim in a week and I remembered just how much I love to swim.
Triathlon has taught me these two lessons ... we have a choice even when it feels like we don’t, to either sink or swim ... to persevere or quit.
Completing 2 Full Ironman has taught me that I choose to swim. I choose to do the hard work even when I don’t feel like doing it anymore.
Honestly this tenacity has carried me through some very dark places earlier this year. I’m grateful for this sport. I owe it my health and life a lot of times.
So I’m going to keep swimming. Enjoying the process and journey. Today I chose to swim.
And I’m really freaking happy about it.
I watched some incredible race performances this weekend and it makes my heart happy to see my friends with their beautiful wide smiles on top of the world.😍 I woke up blood thirsty the morning after Salmon Falls and there hasn’t been a moment that thirst has weakened. My training is consistent and hard. I listen to everyone’s advice and take next to none of it. I’m in a bit of an introverted cycle so if I’m not reaching out like I used to, it has nothing to do, I probably still like you just fine 😉Thank you for this beautiful picture Jami ✨
Fairy tales are more than true – not because they tell us dragons exist, but because they tell us dragons can be beaten - Neil Gaiman
No running today, but a great yoga session this morning to stretch everything out. Yesterday it was just tired legs like after a standard long run. This Leadville meant so much to me. It was almost a closure to this race. For a year this failure was in the back of my head. I want to keep saying that 2017 wasn't a failure, but that's always what that DNF felt like. And leading up to Saturday there was the voice there saying "you couldn't do it before, why should you be able to do it now." Friday night I was convinced my ankle hurt, it didn't. Saturday I got anxious on the section where I re-rolled my ankle on the course. There were lots of emotions. But at about mile 8 everything just kind of evaporated. Well into this course, I realized I felt good, I felt strong. I won't lie, that mile long uphill at mile 20 was hard, but at that point I was finishing no matter what and I felt good about finishing. I'm not sure what the feeling was at the end, happiness doesn't quite seem right. But whatever it was, I want to remember that feeling for a long time. And thank you, Leadville for free race photos.
#leadvillemarathon #coloradorunner #trailrunning #runyourworld #havenolimits #on_running #runningonclouds #germanshorthairedpointer #thursday #runnerdog #womensrunningcommunity #instarunners #likeagirl #lifeofadventure #orangemud #medalmonday #dirt #trailandultra
Give me a trail and an hour and I’m a happy person. Here’s to week one of training for Chicago! Let me know if you’re running Chicago too!