Running in the heat

Running in the heat

April showers bring May flowers, higher temperatures, and generally increased humidity. Regardless of where you live, spring brings gradually warmer temperatures that allow you to ditch the leggings and gloves for the tanks and the sunglasses again. In Texas, this can...
Training your pelvic floor

Training your pelvic floor

Many women struggle with incontinence (urinary or rectal leakage), especially postpartum. However, this affects 25% of women no matter if they had a baby or not. Urinary leakage is a common problem, but it does not mean that it is ‘normal’. There can be many factors...
My Definitive Stance on Shoes – For Now

My Definitive Stance on Shoes – For Now

Ok. Let’s fight. I’m going to build the case for how you should select your shoes both for running and for life. This is the kind of debate that will start fights. Whataburger or In-n-Out? Coke or Pepsi? Backstreet Boys or N*Sync? Did Dez catch it or not (he did)?...
Race Lead Up

Race Lead Up

“Wait. I have to run the race?” You GET to run the race, finally! This is the most exciting and nerve racking part of running. For months, you have been running in the hopes of getting to the starting line and now it’s almost here. Race week and the couple of weeks...
Run Safety

Run Safety

*Part 2 of 2* I have a few rules when it comes to running.  Know where the nearest bathroom is just in case. Tell my wife when I should be home and generally where I am running. The “I do not mess with things faster than me” rule is my favorite. I...