When she was pregnant with her first child, Charlotte, who is now 7, she gained 85 pounds. She was determined to lose the weight but she became too obsessed with it, stepping on the scale multiple times a day and tailoring her eating and workouts to the numbers on the scale.
One day, she saw Charlotte, who was maybe 3, step on the scale and that was that. It was my effort and my work, training I had done. She ran and walked through her pregnancy. She ate healthier.
She did not want to disclose how much she weighs but said she has lost 55 pounds since having Shelby. She feels great. Screw it. There was no other reason not to do it.
She met up with a friend, Linda Litsch of Ledyard.
She turned 50 this year and she was ready to do the naked race too. Weight issues. Self-confidence issues. We laughed the whole time. Last Saturday, the two of them tackled a different kind of difficult race — they ran the Mount Washington 7. Litsch is running her first marathon this fall, the Marine Corps Marathon in Washington. Look at what I just did. Skip to content.
Mike Anthony: Learn how to shed the layers of technology and get back to the purest form of running today! Be honest. The word naked in the title caught your attention, right? This article is about a different kind of layer shedding — the kind that involves technology. While running gadgets have certainly transformed the precision by which we can approach training, they often become a crutch interfering with our ability to self regulate a run.
Case in point — if you run with a GPS or any kind of watch, imagine heading out for a run without your wrist candy.
Does the mere thought send you into a sweaty panic? Many runners have become so dependent on tracking technology that the idea of running without it induces sheer terror. Sometimes we get so wrapped up in running faster, longer and stronger that we forget the real reason why we run. Sure, scoring a personal record or running further than ever before is rewarding, but for most the heart of running lies in the feeling we have after a good workout.
When you shed the technology, all that remains is pure instinct or the intuition to listen to how your body responds to the run.
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