Just some notes on my first summit of Green Mountain this year.
A runner—who ran at the colligate level—and creative who struggles with night terrors and panic attacks.
Running-themed coloring pages for all your COVID-19 stay-at-home orders. Featuring art by Sydney Zester, Taylor Hite, Tracy Ann Roeser, Emily Langenberg, Jessica Hofheimer and myself.
The first story in the panic attacks series comes from my friend Kami. She experienced her first one in 2004. She thought she was having a heart attack and when it was over she didn’t tell a soul.
Later, when she off-handedly mentioned it to her doctor, he was awkward about it. Read about her experience with panic attacks and how she’s managed them.
Because of the obviously lack of stories out there about runners and panic attacks I wanted to start a series on the topic. I hope to create a place for people to share their story and read about how others experience and manage their own panic attacks.
I’ll attempt to do some BTS live-blogging while I’m here/out on the streets for the 2020 marathon Olympic trials. It’ll probably be jumbled and bad. And my phone screen is super cracked so the spelling might be worse than normal. So many apologies.
I’m heading to Atlanta, Georgia with Boulder Underground this weekend for the 2020 U.S. Olympic Team Trials. Boulder Underground is the group I train with in Boulder, the umbrella I do online coaching under and the small company I do media and operations for. I’ll be in Atlanta gathering and creating content, assisting the Boulder…
Just some procrastination drawings of my running related items.
A video of 2019 CIM posted to Wendy Shulik’s YouTube. For the women’s finish go to 3:45. She caught all the emotions!
Apparently illustrating my running related items is becoming a thing. For my latest installment of—a topic I guess I’ll call—Running Illustrations, here’s a Maurten Gel 100.