26 before I’m 26: Training Plan


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Happy Friday everyone!

The kids are out of town, which means I have the day off, which was much needed. I worked out a lot this week and I’m super sore, which means today isn’t going to be the most active day, but it is however a perfect day to get organized.  Continue reading

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It’s just the beginning


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My gym’s sixty day challenge is over and even though food wise I didn’t do as well as I had hoped, I did everything I could on the working out part. I ended up gaining weight overall, but since it’s all muscle I’m very satisfied with that. Continue reading

My main motivation to stay active: My Fitbit Charge HR


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Let’s start at the beginning. I’ve always been the kind of person that gets super excited about new things, but after doing them for a while I get sick of them. Especially in sports. Every since I started my ‘healthy’ journey, I’ve been having ups and downs. Last year when I was training for my first half marathon, I really got into running, but after the race I took a break. I was planning on taking a break for 2 weeks, but 2 weeks turned into 2 months and before I knew it, the fit body I worked so hard for turned back into the body I had before I started running.

In June last year I got a Fitbit Zip and I fell in love the moment I got it. I’ve always liked technology and keeping lists and stats of what I do, so thanks to this little device that you just put in your pocket and the (free) Fitbit app I could keep track of my activity.  Continue reading

Training for #werunsf


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In 5 weeks I’m running the Nike Women’s Half Marathon in San Francisco and I couldn’t be more excited about it! Ever since I heart about this race I’ve been wanting to actually run it. The last 2 editions I would sit behind my phone on race days and check out the hashtags of the race so I could see how everything looked and which price the winners would get.  Continue reading