Note: This post was written last Friday–in the middle of a San Diego Rain Storm
I’m sitting here in my recovery boots, listening to the gasp rain coming down. My San Diego friends’ social media feeds are peppered with comments such as #OMGITSRAINING!!!!!!! A Phenomenon???? as IF!!
From purely a mental standpoint, it sure feels good to sit here in these boots. I have been training consistently (despite 2 falls off the bike
Today’s workouts included
Encinitas Masters with Coach Hux for those of you who have never been to a HUX workout; it’s the gold standard for San Diego, so drag your a$$ out of bed and go. Or don’t—the lanes are already crowded enough as it is.
Core40 I’ve been a fairly loyal Core40 goer for just over 3 years. The workouts are tough—as in Pilates on Steroids tough. 1-2x a week has paid off (thank you Mabel and Alona)
Easy 25 Minute Run through Solana Beach I finally strapped it on. Yep, the Garmin—yay me! A Garmin can be a dangerous tool for any type A- to type Triple A personality. I sometimes find myself “racing” the watch. Y’know—I’m supposed to run intervals at “x” pace, so I try to best them by more than
With confidence in hand and brain, I strode into Nytro the other day and purchased a new pair of Hoka Clifton 2s. After
Here’s the deal with Quinoa: If you can cook rice, you can cook quinoa. Quinoa cooks exactly like white rice. My go-to way to cook most grains is to start the cooking process on the stovetop and then finish with indirect heat in the oven. That way, you don’t run the risk of burning the quinoa. Just set a timer and move on to other things.