Snowshoeing is Very Hard
Snowshoeing is Very Hard

I’ve been snowshoeing before, but that was nearly a decade ago. I went to college in Upstate New York, where we had snow from October to May. Sometimes it got to be -30. However, that was nearly 8 years ago now, and my body has adapted to not being in the cold. New Jersey got cold, but it rarely got below 20 degrees. Napa, California, gets colder than I thought (the lows are often around 30), but Napa gets a lot of freezing rain (which, in my opinion, might be worse than snow). Anyway, I haven’t been snowshoeing in years.

Snowshoeing is Very Hard

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February Training Log: More Vertical, Less Workouts

February training was not quite what I anticipated, but then again, none of 2020 was either. Today, March 1st, I celebrate the year anniversary of my last race. During the race, I broke my foot. 

I’ve learned a lot about myself since then. As cliche as it sounds, I thought I was “ready to get fit” then. I was not. I needed time to build back up. Since taking breaking my foot and recovering, I’ve run some of the highest mileage weeks I have in a long time. Even though I have zero races coming up, I’m enjoying running more and longer. I look forward to the day I can actually showcase some fitness…who knows when that will be.

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