Training Plans

If you’re looking to build your base mileage, maintain a set number of miles each week, or build up to training for a longer distance race, this plan is for you! Follow the plan through the full 8 weeks of training, or pick and choose weeks based on your current mileage and training needs. Half Marathon…

Read More

half marathon training plan

You know those people who display 13.1 stickers proudly on their back windshield? Well, I’m one of them. Since the moment I crossed the finish line of my first half marathon back in 2010, I’ve recognized 13.1 as a magical distance. However, after running the Nashville Country Music Marathon (my first 26.2) in April of this year, I have…

Read More

Smoothie Time

Spring is officially coming at us this week! Consider celebrating the arrival of a fresh new season filled with green, by springing for plants—eat vegan for an entire day.  There’s still time to join the masses in making an official pledge to eat plant-based this Friday, March 20, via Meatout.org. Since 1985, this international Meatout event has helped raise…

Read More

vega sport

I know I’ve sounded off quite frequently this summer about surviving the heat, but it’s certainly been a hot one. Thanks to Vega’s Fuel Your Better campaign, despite the heat, I’ve been able to improve my fueling regime this summer, and focus on asking myself a single question: “What’s holding you back from better?” Along with helping me answer this question…

Read More

Recipes

Sure, there are countless vegetables you can eat at any given moment in time. While eating any vegetable is better than eating no vegetable at all, seasonal varieties growing in your region are your absolute best bets. Currently here in Florida, it’s the season for nutrient rich root and cruciferous vegetables and leafy greens. Here’s a quick…

Read More

Hydration

By default, I’m an anxious human. When not in check, my subconscious mind has the ability to get the best of me. And if I’m not careful—I’m in deep before I even realize. At that point, it can be a steep uphill climb to move beyond the bundle of nervous energy that has come crashing down on…

Read More

On the Run

I’ve always wanted to embark upon a road trip to see parts of the U.S. I’ve never seen. This desire has grown stronger in the past handful of years, and there were a couple of times I almost made it happen, but didn’t… until last month. A few weeks ago Andrew and I said yes to the opportunity…

Read More

Runcation

When the topic of this year’s Pensacola Double Bridge Run originally came up in conversation, I assumed the race was either the same weekend as the New Orleans Rock ‘n’ Roll Half Marathon (just like it was last year), or pretty close. Regardless, I went ahead and wrote it off as a “no go” for me,…

Read More

Vegan on the Run | Fueled by Plants. Driven by an Active Lifestyle.

Things tend to fall to pieces before they come together. Then suddenly, the growing pains sprout new blooms. My life has been and remains a testament to this cycle, and probably will be as long as I live, or at least, as long as I continue to challenge my own existence. At the beginning of June, I turned 28, officially accepted a…

Read More

Lifestyle

And then suddenly, in a flash, we are already a month deep into 2016. How can it be? I don’t know about you, but I’ve had a difficult time starting this year. Throughout the final days of 2015, I found myself surrounded by stories of people I know personally, hurting deeply. I saw sadness and despair.…

Read More