Part Two of My Weight Loss and Running Journey at The Gluten-Free Treadmill!

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The other day Laura at The Gluten Free Treadmill posted ‘Part 1’ of my weight loss and running journey, which took me from childhood through my post college weight loss and start of running through 2007. You can view it here.

Today she has posted my story from 2007 through today. You can find ‘the rest of my story’ at The Gluten Free Treadmill.

Thanks again, Laura!

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5 thoughts on “Part Two of My Weight Loss and Running Journey at The Gluten-Free Treadmill!

  1. I really enjoyed reading your running story. Food and fueling can be really complex with running, but I think it’s helped me get a healthier attitude towards food.

    And you really are quite close to me. I’ve been eying the Wineglass races, but they fall two weeks or so before the Baystate Marathon. But I’ve heard it’s an amazing course.

    Thank you for sharing your story.

    • Thanks so much! And I agree that after so many years it is my break-out in terms of distance running that has really made me ‘think different’ on eating.

      And that is what I was thinking as well (fairly close) when I was reading your trip to Providence. I have heard of BayState, but Lowell would take ~6-7 hours of driving (would rather do one on the Cape 🙂 ).

      • I’m dying to do something on the Cape. I haven’t been since I was a kid. I’m eying the women’s Zooma races. So many races, so old a body to drag out to them 😉

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