Category: Tabata Bootcamp

  • Staying Motivated

    In my previous post, if made the analogy that running a big race, such as a half marathon, is much like Christmas. Runners spend months planning, purchasing gear, and anticipating their big day. The day comes, and with any luck, lives up to the hype, and then in a couple hours, it’s all over. It […]

  • A Tough Decision

    I made a deal with myself. If I could run nine miles this past weekend, I would sign up for the Derby Mini. I ran nine miles. I haven’t signed up. I just keep going back and forth and back and forth. I eeked out nine miles without walking, but at a slow pace; I […]

  • Random Running and other Gobbledygook

    It’s one of those nights that I feel the need to write, but don’t have anything very specific to write about, so prepare to read random crap in no particular order (feel free to click the little X in the upper right-hand corner). This evening I was determined that once I got home, I was […]

  • The End of an Era…

    Maybe it isn’t the end of an era, but it is the end of something I love. This week was my last official week of teaching Zumba. This is my second school year teaching Zumba (yes, teachers gauge time based on school years), and I have so enjoyed the opportunity to share a fun form […]

  • Gotta Tabata!

    I have a hundred things I need to do this evening, and writing isn’t really a necessity, but sometimes I just have something to say. ┬áCombine that with time by myself, and I am going to write. ┬áSurprisingly, I don’t plan to whine in this blog – not one bit. This week I embarked on […]