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Catching my Breath | – Running Fitness Article

Catching my Breath | I’ve been dealing with an issue on my runs lately. I have been finding myself getting shortness of breath issues and needing to walk more. It’s driving me crazy, because otherwise, I feel pretty good and want to keep going. Yet, my breathing, or lack of being able to breath well causes me problems. A good example of a recent episode of this issue is the Lighthouse Loop Half Marathon last month. I pushed through the…

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3 Things I Wish I Knew When I First Started Blogging – Fitness Article

3 Things I Wish I Knew When I First Started Blogging This November marks 8 years since I first started Kayla in the City. SAY WHAT!? I joke that it’s the longest job I’ve ever held… but actually that’s true! I never ever would have imagined when I hit “PUBLISH” on my first post as a senior in college that KITC would still be such a big part of my life. I’ve said this here before, but starting this blog truly…

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Monday Musings 10/21/19 | – Running Fitness Article

Monday Musings 10/21/19 | It’s race week! My 39th half marathon is on Saturday at the Lighthouse Loop Half Marathon. This will be my first half marathon since February. Since I did my 14 mile training run on October 12th, I’m as ready as I can be! Would like to be a bit faster, but this year hasn’t really been about breaking any PRs or anything. My goal is to try to finish the race as close to 3 hours…

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Helping Out TEAM 413 | – Running Fitness Article

Helping Out TEAM 413 | On Saturday, after my group run, I headed over to Disney’s ESPN Wide World of Sports to help out TEAM 413. I offered Chris to help out wherever I could during the runDisney Wine & Dine Half Marathon Weekend expo. Due to work, I was only able to do it Saturday, but I felt the need to volunteer my time. If you don’t know about TEAM 413 – GRACERUNNER MINISTRIES, it’s a ministry for endurance…

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#AskABibRavePro – Running Fitness Article

I’ve been blessed to be a part of an awesome running community as a BibRavePro for going on 6 years now. I’m sure you’ve seen my posts about races I’ve been able to run, and the cool products that I’ve had a chance to try out as a BibRavePro. Not to mention, the orange swag I’m wearing a lot when I’m running…my local running group sees me in my BibRave shirt and visor a lot. Applications open tomorrow, November 1st…

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Run the TCS NYC Marathon Virtual 5k! | – Running Fitness Article

Disclaimer: I received an entry to the TCS NYC Marathon Virtual 5k as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review, find, and write race reviews! I am excited to be running my third NYRR virtual race series event this year! What’s even better is that YOU are invited to run or walk it too! In fact, I hope you and and your friends join in on the…

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I came to say hello – Fitness Article

Hello dear! How are you  doing? Have you missed me? I know I haven’t written in a while. My new adventure has had me busy and I have needed some time to make adjustments and get used to this new stage of my life. Although the journalists and the magazines editors are very kind to me and make my work simple, I cannot help feeling the responsibility of giving my best to their readers (millions, literally). So I have also…

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Five on Friday – 5/17/19 | – Running Fitness Article

Happy Friday! It’d the middle of May, and that means summer is around the corner. While I’m not looking forward to the hot humid weather (that’s already begun), I am looking forward to time spent at the pool and hopefully the beach in the coming months. 1. Memorial Day Weekend. It’s coming next week! This means a three-day weekend, and I would love to get out to the beach. Maybe a morning out on the boat with my friend and…

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What have I been doing lately? – Fitness Article

Hi everybody, how are you? Have you missed me? Some of you may have wondered what I’ve been doing lately because I have not blogged as often as I used to. As many of you already know, my father suffers from Alzheimer’s and it has worsened in recent months. From the caregiver’s point of view, it is mentally draining. Everything is routine and repetition, day after day. So I started to feel like I needed to get away from other…

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