Essence of a New Day
This is the beginning of a new day. You have been given this day to use as you will. You can waste it or use it for good. What you do today is important because you are exchanging a day of your life for it. When tomorrow comes, this day will be gone forever; in its place is something that you have left behind…let it be something good.
A RRCA Certified Running Coach: Email me at email@example.com if you are interested in running. I will help you discover the joys of running whether you want to lose weight, run for a longer distance, improve your speed, or finish your first race.
Certificate in Sports Nutrition: Tips and diets for better athletic performance. As defined by Wikipedia:
Sports nutrition is the study and practice of nutrition and diet as it relates to athletic performance. It is concerned with the type and quantity of fluid and food taken by an athlete, and deals with nutrients such as vitamins, minerals, supplements and organic substances such as carbohydrates, proteins and fats. Although an important part of many sports training regimens, it is most commonly considered in strength sports (such as weight lifting and bodybuilding) and endurance sports (for example cycling, running, triathlon).
Custom cakes and cookie trays are baked for local customers and delivered to their door. Winner of the 2011 California Raisin Bread Contest for the 26.2 Mini Loaf (aka Marathon Mini Loaf) created for athletic endurance. See more details at www.facebook.com/runforendurance or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Apple Crumbles kitchen was inspected by the NYS Department of Food Safety employee before I engaged in Craft Fairs and sold to the public. In New York State there is an exemption from Article 20-C (license for processing food) for small scale production of non-hazardous foods (baked goods, candies, cookies) . This enables home bakers to sell their products provided general clean health standards are met.
A passion for living a healthy lifestyle and sharing that passion with others.
Offering discussions and facts relating to food safety, nutrition, healthy food alternatives, product evaluations, cookbook reviews, and restaurant reviews.
Creating recipes which are nutrient rich, healthy and tastefully rewarding.
Over 69 credits in Baking Science.
16 CEC’s for Road Runners of America Running Coach Certification.
4 CEC’s for Sports Nutrition Certification.
Bachelor of Science in Marketing and M.S. degree in Management Technology.
On blogging: I like to exchange recipes, talk about running, offer and get exercise tips and motivations . I want to hear about it, talk about it, laugh about it!
MY RACES: Halfs and Full Marathons. A 3 Time Boston Qualifier as of 2012.
First Half Marathon: The Skunk Cabbage April 11, 2010 1hr 54 min 50 secs.
Second Half Marathon: Hall of Fame May 23, 2010 1 hr 51 min.
Third Half Marathon: Delta Lake September 20, 2010 1 hr 48 min.
I continue to run half marathons on a regular basis. For race recaps, simply search “half marathons”.
First Marathon: WineGlass Oct. 3 2010 3:46:51, pace 8:39 Boston Qualifier.
Second Marathon The 115th Boston Marathon, April 18, 2011. 3hrs 47 min and 14 sec.
1/1/11: Completed Hangover Run, 10K @8:23 per mile
4/2/11: Fort2Fort, 10K (last year, 50:37) PR’d! 2011, 1st in Age Group. 47:14, pace was 7:37
5/22/11: The Hall of Fame Half Marathon and a NEW PR: 1:46:51, 8:09 pace
8/19/11: Turning Stone 5K Run , Fun run with Ted.
8/21/11: Turning Stone Half Marathon: 1:50:47, average pace 8:28
9/10/2011: ARC Half Marathon: 1:47:57, average pace 8:15
11/20/11: Philadelphia Marathon , 3:51:35, average pace 8:50
Will be running Boston 2012. Goal in mind? Yes. Trying to get through a New York winter training season and STILL keep my motivation.
End of a quote by George S. Patton. US Army AND a 1912 Olympian.
“…You’ve always got to make the mind take over and keep going”.