|2019 - VIRGINIA 10-MILER 2ND AMERICAN|
|2018 - RICHMOND MARATHON OTQ, DEBUT|
|2018 - CANADA ARMY HALF MARATHON CHAMPION|
Q & A
What is your training philosophy?
Training philosophy (the same as my life philosophy): Keep it balanced! Have fun, work hard, enjoy the process, rest better. Giving my best on any particular day is an accomplishment compared to hitting specific times or placing in certain places. Every mile and every day in life is another opportunity to create yourself - a better you - a stronger you - a you the younger version of you would aspire to be. While I may be serious in school and at work, running is a release and should always be enjoyed no matter how hard the workout. I approach life the same way - some days are harder or more packed than others, but there is something positive in each day. A big part of my training revolves around not just putting in the miles and workout, but taking time to sit and reflect (how did it go? How did I feel...etc). It is all a balance - life and training alike. Never be too serious in life that you cannot enjoy little victories and never be too serious in training that you forget why you started and love running (enjoy the process and the amazing community)!