Finding Routine and Small Joys in Quarantine Life

Here’s a post I’d never anticipated writing: what to do when you voluntarily self-quarantine during a global pandemic. First, for those that may not be totally bought in on the gravity of this situation: The best article I've found on Flattening the Curve. So if you aren't already choosing to stay home in all but… Continue reading Finding Routine and Small Joys in Quarantine Life

Slow, Steady Progress: Lightening Up in March

February was a pretty uneventful month so far as training goes. I’ve been diligently doing my physical therapy and seeing improvements in my hip discomfort and instability. Single leg movements have gotten much easier over the last four weeks. I've been super consistent on daily yoga, and even finally got my crow to chaturanga transition down.… Continue reading Slow, Steady Progress: Lightening Up in March

Three Lessons I Still Need to Remember: From a Childhood Spent on the Soccer Field

Though I focus my adult athletic life on individual sports, as a youth athlete, my life revolved around soccer. I remember the earliest days when I was 5 or 6, running around a muddy field, falling down flat on my back every time I touched the ball. I was in love.  Life pretty much revolved… Continue reading Three Lessons I Still Need to Remember: From a Childhood Spent on the Soccer Field