Point Reyes Beach

Just north of San Francisco, there is a little ranch town named Point Reyes. If you like food fresh from the source this place has it. Cowgirl Creamery is a famous cheese made there, as well as Oysters from Tomales Bay.

One of my favorite things to do is go down and get fresh bread and cheese from the creamery and head north to get fresh oysters. You can sit there on the beach and eat them right there out of the bay.

Pro tip: Bring a shucker ( you can rent one), a blanket to sit on, a knife, lemon, hot sauce, and other goodies for lunch.

I’m wearing Barbour jacket, Illesteva sunglasses, theory sweater old similar (here and here), Rag and bone hat, Madewell jeans, James Perse shirt, and Blundstone boots.

It is sometimes so nice just to wear a pair of jeans and a perfect white shirt. I always get cold so I have layers when it gets windy throughout the day. But nothing beats the classic white T-shirt and jeans.

There is Beach just west of the town, that is really remote. The Point Reyes Lighthouse is just beyond that. It is so beautiful there. You can just walk on the beach and not see anyone for miles. You can just sit and watch the waves come in and crash on the shore.

The Ice plant: The ice plant is an invasive species that was introduced from South Africa. It was added to help with stabilizing the sand along the coast. It takes over the landscape, even though it is beautiful with the greens, and reds, it doesn’t allow the native plants to live in the area. There are efforts by the forest service to reduce the amount of cover.


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Sunset at Stinson Beach

I’m now writing my masters thesis, so I don’t have to get back to Florida right as classes start, I can work from home. It is so much better to be at home. This beach was the start my inspiration to start my work on being a marine biologist. This beach is where I trained for lacrosse, where I learned to love the sea, where I go to escape stress, and it is my place. It is so important to have a “place” where you can escape the stress of the world.

Outfit details:

Madewell jeans, Blundstone boots, Calypso sweater old found one, but here and here are similar.

For me, this is a perfect place to escape from the San Francisco. I’m not a big city person, but it is easier to live in San Francisco than out of the city for parking and access to work. But it is important to find places you can escape. For me, I love to look out on to the ocean or to hike through the woods. Find your happy place.


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Bahamas- Harbor Island

I lived on a small “family Island” in the Bahamas for three years. I love the small set of Caribbean Island near Florida. I didn’t expect to fall in love with the islands, but I kept going back.

The capital, Nassau is on main Island, New Providence; the most famous island is a small island attached to New Providence called Paradise Island. This is where the famous pink Atlantis and other famous all-inclusive resorts. All of these Hotels are great! It just depends on what kind of trip to the Bahamas you want.

I like a little more local trip. I like to get to know the Islands and culture. Eleuthera is one of my favorite islands. Eleuthera means “freedom” it is a small flight from Nassau, or you can get a flight from Florida. The world-famous pink sands are located on the eastern side of this island.

Harbor Island is a quaint little island off of Eleuthera. You should fly into North Eleuthera Airport. Then take a taxi to the ferry ($5) to get to Harbor Island. Note: Bring some cash, they use American dollars. The main source of transport is by golf cart. You can rent a golf cart for ($50 a day). When you get to the dock, you can look up at the hill and see all the colorful little houses. This island is known for their color houses and rosters. You will see and hear roster everywhere. This is a great place to visit; it has a little of everything. You can go deep-sea fishing, SCUBA, shop, and just lay on the beach and enjoy. I use to come up to Harbor Island just to get away from work on the weekends.

I’m wearing an old dress (but similar here or here), bag similar, sunglasses, and sandals.


The locals call it “Bri island.” It was once the capital of the Bahamas and the second largest city to Nassau in the 1900s. It was known for shipbuilding, and sugar refinement in the late 1800s.

Great places to stay:

My favorite place to stay on the island is Pink Sands it is one of the most historic hotels on the island. It has a beautiful gate with vines climbing up and Beynon trees in the entrance. There is a main lobby that has a great restaurant.

I’m wearing an old dress ( but similar herehere or here), bag similar, and sandals.

Where to stay?

One of the best places to stay is The Dunmore. It is very pricey but so beautiful. They are famous for their white and turquoise colors. If you are willing to spend the extra dollars, it is a real treat. If you don’t want to stay, there you can always grab lunch or brunch there. The restaurant is right on the beach. You can check out the hotel too.

The Ocean View Resort is a newer hotel. It is a little boutique hotel that has a nice mix of beachy vibes and a unique flare. I would love to stay there when I visit again.

Coral Sands is next to pink sands. It has a great pool, and two different bars one close to the main lobby and one by the ocean. It is a great, beautiful resort it just doesn’t have the vintage feel that the some of the other places have.

Valentines is a great place to stay on the marina side of the island. If you want to have more access to the marina for fishing and diving. The units have more of an apartment feel, with a full kitchen. It does have pool and walking distance to downtown and the beach.

The Landing is a boutique hotel overlooking the marina on a historic property dating back 1800s. The rooms are inspired by India Hicks is a classic plantation style with colonial and Carribean character. It is a great place to grab dinner; it has a great island vibe with white wall and dark accents. They have indoor and outdoor dining in their lit up courtyard.

What to do?

The Bahamas is a great place to visit if you love the ocean. You can spend hours on the beach. It is a great beach to run on in the morning before it gets to hot. At Coral Sands there is yoga sometimes. Most of the hotels have paddle boards, kayaks, and floaties to play in the waves. There is great snorkeling a little farther off shore. Just ask the locals where to go. If you want to try SCUBA (which I highly recomend) or if you are certified their is great diving in the area. If you like fishing there are deep-sea fishing usually during the spring. You might catch a Mahi Mahi or a Wahoo! There is so much to do, even rent a car and explore more of the island.

Why is There Pink Sands

Harbor Island is most known for the pale pink beaches. The sand is consist of coral, broken shells, and calcium carbonate from tiny marine rocks. The pink color comes from tiny microscopic shelled animals known as Foraminifera.

Coffee and Breakfast

Bahamas Coffee Roaster roasts their coffee! Its so good, my favorite is Junkanoo. I always buy a bag when I’m there. It has a great outdoor space, to sit in the morning and watch the town wake up.

Arthur’s Bakery is a great little place to grab little sweet baked goods.  A painted the famous Bahama pink building. It’s also where the famous white pineapple fence.

Sweet Spot Cafe is a great little place on the water that has healthy smoothies and bowls. It is a great place to get a recovery food from a hangover!



I would definitely recommend Sip Sip. It is just off the beach. So it is perfect to come from the beach and get some good Bahamian food! It is bright green you can’t miss it!

The Rock House is a great place to grab lunch overlooking the marina. Last time I was at “Bri land” I had cocktails there before going to dinner. you can watch the sunset over the water on that side of the island.



There are a lot of great places to eat, and most hotels have a restaurant. I’m only going to list my favorites.

I love The Landing’s restaurant,  excellent contemporary menu based on local produce and freshly caught fish and seafood.

The Dunmore, you can wander inside a cozy, breeze-filled dining room or in the open air on the breathtaking ocean view terrace.

Coral Sands has a great menu of indoor/outdoor dining. The dining room is surrounded by old black and white photographs of Harbor Island.


Enjoy exploring the island, there is so much to do and explore! Don’t be afraid to rent a car and explore more of Eleuthera.

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Routines…30 Days

In the new year, we like to have new resolutions. Like me, a lot of people want to change, increase fitness, floss more, eat healthier, or start a new hobby. Which I love to start the new year on my best foot forward.

On average it takes 66 days to create a new habit.  They did a study to follow individuals over a 12 week period to see when actions started to become habits. Previously in the 1950s, the standard was 21 days. It really depends on the activity and the person.


I lot of people love doing whole 30 for the month of January. Help clean out the system after the Holidays. This you eliminate sugar, alcohol, grains, legumes, dairy, baked goods or junk food. It is mostly focused on cleaning the system and how you feel when you eliminate certain foods from your diet. I will give the warning, which cleanse are bad for you, it tricks your body into thinking it is starving. It won’t last, but it might help alter your lifestyle by eating healthier in the long term. Whole 30 

Water Drinking Challenge

Water 30-day challenge some people say a gallon or a half a gallon. I really need to do this! I’m the worst about drinking water. I think I might start with a half gallon and move up to a gallon next year. They say your skin gets better! You will feel better, more energy, and less bloated.

Check out this article; it talks about is it worth it.

30 Days of Running

Shape magazine has a 30-day running challenge. If you want to go for a 5K or more! Here is a link for Beginner Runners to run a 5K. Working towards something is a great way to get over the cardio slump. It is hard to get out there and just run for 30 days. Have a goal and work towards that.

30 Days of Meditation

Maybe you want to focus on your mind. This is a great way to do that. Meditation is proven to improve your health by reducing stress and reduce pain. Also, it helps with an increase in focus and attention span.There are a bunch of apps and websites that help you guide through a meditation practice. One of my favorites is Stop Breathe Think. Make sure you are patient with yourself this isn’t easy. Check out a previous post.

Set Goals

What is a goal? It is identifying something that you want and then willing to stick with a course of action to achieve. Check out this article on goal setting. This article will help you set goals. It is important to realize if it is achievable or realistic. When writing goals you want to be specific ( time frame, amount, etc..)  so that you are more likely to achieve them. It is great to keep a journal to track yourself through this process. The great thing about goals it is a great way to change bad habitats and create new ones. They can be about anything from fitness, meditation, or career.


New year new you!

You can do anything you put your mind to. I think I will be doing some of these in the new year.

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My favorite Ski Gear

When I was little, I loved skiing. I grew up around skiing every day. I got on my first pair of skies at three years old. I remember crying how cold it was. I remember having a “worm” a small piece of plastic shaped like a little worm, that kept my skies from moving apart. My little helmet only being held up by my tiny goggles. I grew to love it.   I was on skies every weekend, every winter for 13 years.  I lived for skiing. I would look forward to the weekend drive to the mountains. I woke up at the crack of dawn to ski, from 7 am to 5 pm you could find me on the hill. I was one of the first ones on the mountain, and the last to come off.

Unfortunately, I got into an accident when I was a 14 and had to stop skiing for a while. I broke my femur skiing with my brothers. I was going off the trail, and skiing through the trees. I have done hundreds of times. I caught an edge of my ski on a rock and ran into a tree. I sat in the snow alone for 45 minutes as my brother went to get help. I had no idea what had happened yet. All I knew was that I couldn’t get down the hill by myself. Later in the hospital, I found out that I broke my femur. It didn’t really hurt; I was in shock. What really disappointed me the most was not being able to walk, run or play. With this injury, I found out the importance of having the ability to walk and be physically healthy.

Here are some passes to check out:

I still ski as much as I can today. But it is really difficult living in the Bahamas. I’m not as fearless as I use to be.  Here are some of my favorite gear.








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Christmas Decor

Usually, my family go into the woods of Tahoe and cut down our tree. This year most of my family got sick over Thanksgiving, so we bought a tree this year. My boyfriend and I got this little tree. It is so cute.

I love having simple but beautiful decorations. Just simple white lights.

We went to Fort Mason; The Guardsmen sell Christmas trees for charity. It is a really cool charity; they focus on the youth, and youth programs. What is better than going to a beautiful old warehouse buy a Christmas tree for charity. It is so important to help out local charities during the holidays. They have a have a holiday party on Dec 16th at 8 pm. I can’t wait to go.

Had my friends dog for the week, we brought her to the lot. She was smelling every tree!

I’m wearing Levis shirt, Fannel shirt, vest (old similar here and here), llbean boots, and Madewell jeans.

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7 Ways to Relax

  1. Meditate
  2. Bath
  3. Sweat
  4. Laugh
  5. Unplug
  6. Get outdoors
  7. Craft

Mediate:  I have recently have started meditation up again. It is really hard. I go through spirts to being consent to meditation. This time I’m going to do it for 30 days, I will let you know how it goes. Meditation has so many health benefits, including reducing stress, improving concentration, lowering high blood pressure, improving heart rate, and so much more. The more you meditate, the easier it gets. There are a bunch of different methods to meditate; there are some awesome apps that walk you through how to breathe, what to think, how to sit, etc.. Here are my favorite apps to check out.

Bath: Taking a Bath is so nice to wind down after a stressful day.

A recent study published that an hour-long soak in hot water can produce anti-inflammatory and blood sugar responses. It has also improved your muscles and joints.



Sweat: I love to sweat. The one thing to get me out of a funk is to run. When something doesn’t turn out the way I want or if I get upset. I love getting those endorphins. Nothing is better than getting a good run in.

Laugh: What is better than surrounding yourself with great friends and family. Surround yourself with your support system. It always makes me feel better.

Unplug: There is so much of the world that can be negative and sad. Sometimes I turn on the News, and it makes me so depressed. Or even when I look at Instagram and feel like I’m not doing more with my life. I do get jealous! It is good to turn it all off and step away. Enjoy, realize and look around at the amazing life that you do have. Don’t worry about what you don’t have.

Get Outdoors: Scientist has proven that nature lowers stress levels. Just looking outside in the garden or going for a walk outside reduces stress significantly and lower heart rate. Here is an article in Business Insider. I know I feel so much better when I spend some time outside. If it is a short walk or a coffee outside. I don’t feel as groggy, I feel so much better about my work and think so much clearer.

Crafting: I love crafting it allows me to turn off my brain and focus on making something. There is nothing better than making something you can use or wear. What is better than making a handmade card or gift for your mom or friends birthday. They will love it too!

I will post more on craft ideas soon! Some of my favorites are watercolors, jewelry, embroidery, beading, and sewing. Check out this previous: DIY, and post on embroidery.


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3 Ab Workouts to Help Get a Six Pack!

I love staying in shape; it is really important to me to maintain my fitness to stay healthy. Here are some ab workouts…

Work on that Core:

  • Front plank for 1 min ( on hands or forearms)
  • Rest for 15 secs
  • Side plank 30 secs left side
  • Rest for 15 secs
  • Side plank 30 secs right side
  • Rest for 15 secs
  • In a hand plank hold for 15 secs, in that position pick up your right knee try to touch right elbow hold 5 secs x 5
  • Now the other side
  • In a hand plank hold for 15 secs, in that position pick up your left knee try to touch left elbow hold 5 secs x 5
  • Rest for 15 secs
  • In a hand plank hold for 15 secs, in that position pick up your right knee try to touch left elbow hold 5 secs x 5
  • Now the other side
  • In a hand plank hold for 15 secs, in that position pick up your left knee try to touch right elbow hold 5 secs x 5
  • Rest 15 secs
  • Start in hand plank, then walk down to your elbows keep going for 45 secs
  • Then end with a 1 min plank!

Upper Abs: 

  • 50 crunches feet on the floor (elbows behind your head)
  • 25 crunches on right side ( elbows behind your head)
  • 25 crunches on left side ( elbows behind your head)
  • 50 total Russian twist (each side is 50) ( bend both knees to chest, now move them apart until it starts to hurt, stop now move both arms to one side than the other)
  • 25 toe touches ( lift your legs to the sky and touch your toes with your hands make sure you lift your shoulders off the ground)

Lower Abs:

  • 25 lower row ( put your hands by your hips and hoover your feet inches above the ground and bend your knees to your chest and back out)
  • 50 alternating v ups ( lay on your back and lift right hand straight up and left foot touch at the top, then alternate side)
  • 10 regular v ups ( both feet meet hands at the top and go back to hoover 6 inches)
  • 25 bicycles each side ( the slower you go the harder it is)

Let me know what you think??

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Pumpkins finally!

I’m in Florida and it is still hot in mid-October. It is hard to wear sweaters and coats when it is still 80F outside. So I made this skirt. I got an old pair of jeans and made a skirt. I will post how to make a jean skirt soon! I love looking at all the different shapes and color of pumpkins in the fall. The weather doesn’t make it feel like it is fall, but being around all these pumpkins makes me feel the festive air.

Wearing: The skirt I made but similar( here, here, and here), old Madewell shirt similar here and here, and Barney’s loafers.

Photos by Abbey Engleman.

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8 Books to read this fall

I love to read, but it is really difficult for me. I’m severely dyslexic. I hated to read when I was little. I would be painful. I gritted my teeth when I needed to read out loud in school. I hated everything about it.  I would listen to books on tap and follow along through the book in high school. I knew that the world around me was so reliant on reading. I needed to learn this skill. I would force myself to read. I needed to find books that I actually enjoyed. Becuase reading is such an effort for me; I felt like I need to be learning. So I love non-fiction.

This fall, I picked a little both of non-fiction and fiction.

Lab Girl by Hope Jahren– Acclaimed scientist Hope Jahren has built three laboratories in which she’s studied trees, flowers, seeds, and, soil. This book makes it easy for people that don’t do science the insight in how the process works. I love this book! It is an easy read in the middle of it right now.

Soul of an Octopus by Sy Montgomery– This book explores the emotional and physical world of the octopus. A surprisingly complex, intelligent, and spirited creature and the remarkable connections it makes with humans. I love this book. I just finished it. It is a fun read.

The Lost City of the Monkey God by Douglas Preston– This book is a suspenseful and shocking, filled with colorful history, hair-raising adventure, and dramatic twists of fortune. This book is the true, eyewitness account of one of the great discoveries of the twenty-first century. This is a great read! I’m halfway through it. I can’t wait to finish it. I can’t believe it is true.

The Spy by Paulo Coelho– Summary: When Mata Hari arrived in Paris she was penniless.  Within months she was the most celebrated woman in the city.But as paranoia consumed a country at war, Mata Hari’s lifestyle brought her under suspicion. In 1917, she was arrested in her hotel room on the Champs Elysees, and accused of espionage. I love Paulo Coelho. I know that this is fiction, but I think it is important to keep the creative stories alive.

Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson– This is at once an unforgettable account of an idealistic, gifted young lawyer’s coming of age, a moving window into the lives of those he has defended, and an inspiring argument for compassion in the pursuit of true justice. I read this book in a weekend. It was an incredibly moving book.

Dead Wake by Erik Larson– This book captures the sheer drama and emotional power of a disaster whose intimate details and true meaning have long been obscured by history. I love Erik Larson. He does a great job in his books to pick historical mysteries and explore the unresolved storylines.  If you haven’t read some of his other books, it is well worth it.

The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls– This book is truly astonishing, a memoir permeated by the intense love of a peculiar but loyal family. They made this into a movie, though I heard the book is better. This is non-fiction! This has been on my list for a while.

Coming to My Senses By Alice Waters– Dotted with stories, recipes, photographs, and letters. This is at once deeply personal and modestly understated, a quietly revealing look at one woman’s evolution from a rebellious yet impressionable follower to a respected activist who effects social and political change on a global level through the common bond of food. I can’t wait to pick up this book, it comes today in the mail. I love Alice Waters, going to UC Berkeley, her restaurant is down the street. I can’t wait to read about her perspective.

I love reading in the fall with my book and a cup of tea. Enjoy getting lost in the pages of your book.

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One day to unplug….

Sorry! It has been a while since I posted. I went home this past weekend. It was so nice to unplug from the world and be in the moment. There is nothing I love more than being with my family and friends. It also helps I don’t have cell signal at my house!

When I was home, I was able to unplug from News, Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook, etc.. We are so connected to the world through screens. It is so good for us to step back and be present.

When I was living in the Bahamas, I didn’t have a cell service. So I would put my phone away in a drawer for months at a time. I didn’t worry about what was going on anywhere except with the people that surrounded me. I miss that excuse. Not all of us have that ability to completely unplug like that. I think it is important every once in a while to give yourself time to get away from the screens.

Try unplugging for an hour a week. Don’t touch your phone for an hour and go for a walk, talk to a friend, go for a hike or a run. Sometimes I just let my phone die and enjoy observing the world.

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Fruit of the summer

What a fun way to get outside!

Looking back over the summer as we go into fall. Moving to Florida and the South I wanted to go blueberry picking. We don’t have that in California blueberry picking in California.


I’m wearing Madewell overalls, white converse, and a white linen shirt old (similar here, and here). I love these overalls! I thought I would look so bad in them, but they are so easy to throw on and wear.


We went to the watermelon festival!! So many different types of watermelon. Have you ever seen a yellow watermelon!

I’m wearing a white JCrew skirt old ( similar here and here), a pink linen JCrew shirt (Similar here ) and Illesteva sunglasses.

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6 Running workouts for the gym or the track

I love being in shape, but it isn’t always easy. I was a student-athlete in college. I loved having a schedule around my sports. I also loved being in shape and working hard. But once I left college I had no idea how to workout even though I have done it thousands of times. I didn’t know how to get a routine. So after about five years of struggling back and forth with it. I gained weight and lost weight.  I have done cleanses, I have gone through periods of diets that don’t work, or days where I workout every day, then fall into a slump. I am finally finding a balance. It is so important that you workout for you! This is your body, and I want you to feel good in YOUR own skin. Own your body. The only thing that makes me get up every morning to go to the gym is, “I will never be younger than I am right now.” This makes me want to take advantage of being young and fit and feeling incredible.

No matter how bad my day is, I try to work out. That can be a long walk, a jog, a swim, yoga. Just get your body moving, and you automatically feel better! It is science! Especially if you do, or spend some time outside. Scientists have proven that your stress can reduce significantly by spending an hour outside!

The one other thing that I learned through the years of yo-yoing my weight. Is that weight loss and feeling good is 90% diet. In college, I was working out 4+ hours a day, but I was eating things like pasta, pizza, and donuts. And I gained weight! I didn’t feel great. Even though I was outside and working out. I think it was diet. My senior year I decided to change things around and learn how to cook. I tried a cleanse. Through this cleanse I lost 10 pounds, and I learned how to cook. But the probably I gained it all back quickly and it was too extreme to make it a lifestyle. I want to find a balance of eating foods that I enjoy and being healthy. I don’t believe in not eating what you want, just be healthy about it. For example, have a couple slices of pizza, just don’t have donuts for breakfast the next day, instead, have yogurt and fruit.

So now I’m now a lacrosse coach for the FSU lacrosse team. I love my girls, but they have to run a lot on the field. I love being a coach. The one thing that I love to do with them is run with them. I want to be able to do anything that I make them do. I will give you a combination of workouts. Sometimes I need to be outside and run! And others I have no option but to go to the gym. Here are some cardio workouts other than a 30 min run:

Treadmill or Bike:

*Warm up and cool down can be a light jog or a walk

Workout 1:

  1. Warm up for 5min
  2. Run hard for 1 min (5.0-6.5 or faster if you can)
  3.  Jog for 1 min ( 4.5-5.5 or faster if you can)
  4. Repeat for 10 min
  5. Cool down 5 min and stretch

Workout 2:

  1. Warm up for 5 min
  2. Jog for 3 min ( 4.5-5.5 or faster if you can)
  3. Run hard for 2 min (5.0-6.5 or faster if you can)
  4. Sprint for 1 sec (5.5-8 or faster if you can)
  5. Repeat 4 times
  6. Cool down 5 min and stretch

Workout 3:

  1. Warm up for 5 min
  2. Jog for 7 min ( 4.5-5.5 or faster if you can)
  3. Run hard for 1 min (5.0-6.5 or faster if you can)
  4. Jog for 6 min ( 4.5-5.5 or faster if you can)
  5. Run hard for 1 min (5.0-6.5 or faster if you can)
  6. Jog for 5 min ( 4.5-5.5 or faster if you can)
  7. Run hard for 1 min (5.0-6.5 or faster if you can
  8. Jog for 4 min ( 4.5-5.5 or faster if you can)
  9. Run hard for 1 min (5.0-6.5 or faster if you can
  10. Jog for 3 min ( 4.5-5.5 or faster if you can)
  11. Run hard for 1 min (5.0-6.5 or faster if you can
  12. Jog for 2 min ( 4.5-5.5 or faster if you can)
  13. Run hard for 1 min (5.0-6.5 or faster if you can
  14. Jog for 1 min ( 4.5-5.5 or faster if you can)
  15. Run hard for 1 min (5.0-6.5 or faster if you can
  16. Cool down 5 min and stretch

If you get to go on a field or a track:

Workout 1:

  1. Warm up jog for 5 min
  2. Run/sprint 100 yards in less than 30 secs ( my girls aim for under 20 )
  3. Jog for the remaining secs in the minute ( so if you ran the sprint in 30 secs, you could have 30 secs to jog lightly and recover, if you did in 17 secs you have the 43 secs to recover)
  4. Do this ten times. ( you should be impressed if you can! This is hard)
  5. Cool down 5 min and stretch

Workout 2:

  1. Warm up jog for 5 min
  2. Run/ sprint for 300 yards ( you can do 50 yards back and forth or 100)
  3. Rest 1 min
  4. Repeat 3 times
  5. Cool down 5 min and stretch
  6. *Build up to running 6X 300s

Workout 3:

  1. Warm up jog for 5 min
  2. Run hard for 2 min
  3. Jog/ walk for 2 min
  4. Repeat for 6 times
  5. Cool down 5 min and stretch
Me after a long run.

I want to remind you this is just my story. These are just workouts that I give to the girls and that I follow to help me.  Everybody is beautiful, and it only matters how you feel in YOUR own skin.

I will do a weight training post soon.

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