Third time's a charm. Erin Hogston a collegiate 400m hurdler never gave up and just qualified for the US OLYMPIC TRIALS at Houston after just missing the cut in California by 90s. Big congrats. #iamwithoutlimits #embracethechallenge
12 Jan, 2020
Happy 60th Birthday to our registered dietitian Diana Lynn Davis! Keep staying young and keep changing lives!
Learn more about Diana 👉https://www.iamwithoutlimits.com/nutrition/
#healthylifestyle #health #nutritioncoach #nutrition #iamwithoutlimits #embracethechallenge #livehealthy #livehealthier
8 Jan, 2020
ONLY 3 MORE DAYS to pre-order your 2020 Set Goals not Limits Long Sleeve T-Shirt! 👉http://bit.ly/wolgoals2020
3 Jan, 2020
AMAZING COMEBACK AND ACHIEVEMENT. When you get a chance, read the latest article in the Wrightsville Beach Magazine on Alecia Ramsey Williams and her journey from returning from a shattered femur.
31 Dec, 2019
25 Dec, 2019
#merrychristmas everyone. Joy to the World.
15 Dec, 2019
Athletes racing Without Limits from all over.
All the looks and feels from this weekend. #iamwithoutlimits #charleston #greenville #wilmington #spartanburg #columbia
13 Dec, 2019
#reposted from @erdeleo @iamwithoutlimits athlete who PRed by 2 minutes this past weekend at CIM but fell short of #otq2020
By 100 seconds running 2:46 for 26.2
We don't settle #keepshowingup
Recap: Plan was go out conservative first few miles no matter what. Well, that plan changed as soon as the gun went off. Made the last minute decision to just go out at pace and just try to hang on as long as possible. There was such a huge group going for 2:45 and I knew they would go out fast, but I did not want to get stuck running alone. I kept thinking about a quote in a book I read called Mind Gym, “do you want to play it safe and be good? Or, take a chance and be great?” I have no regrets, I ran the race of my life even though I was 100 seconds from my goal. All the way until mile 22, seemed effortless. I could not believe I was feeling so great...I was prepared for that wall to come, but not for it to win. I ran out of energy🤣(go figure...tends to happen in marathons), however, my mind and my heart was still going strong. It didn’t phase me one bit that I was slowing down. In fact, I was certain I would get over the wave of nausea and fatigue, and that I still was going to finish strong and make it. Those were at least my last thoughts that made sense. I learn something new from every race. I can pick apart every mile, and drive myself crazy thinking of all the tiny things I could have done differently, but I’m going to just learn from it...and keep showing up. I have zero regrets. Now for the cheesy gooshy annoying part that makes it seem like I’ve done great things...I really have done nothing in comparison to what everyone else has done for me and I’m forever grateful for their support, love, and friendship.
10 Dec, 2019
#repost @terranovatrainer 125 vs 145. 20 vs 28. 18:51 vs 18:46. EVERY BODY can be a runner's body. I spent most of college chasing PRs by cutting corners, skipping meals, upping mileage because I was over a certain weight (when it wasn't in the plan), and killing myself and my training to have a "runner's body". I always thought that last 5 pounds was the difference between me and my dreams. Shortly after my college PR I suffered from over training syndrome due to high volume training on under 1500 calories a day. At the peak I attributed my success to lower weight and higher mileage, but the downturn after that was severe. I had to pay the piper. As my times got slower I had to take time off, there were points I was so tired just walking to class was a chore. I can't say I'm perfect now, there are days I hate my body, I wish I was more of a "runner", I think about how fast I could be of I could just lose 10 pounds...luckily I am able to not feed into this destructive behaviors anymore. I love running, I love the way it makes me feel, if I'm tired I rest, if I'm hungry I eat no matter what the scale says. I know so many runners struggle with letting go of the IDEA that x=y but there are no rules to what your body can do, at any age or weight. Treat your body right and it will do the best it can! #spartantraining #spartanracetraining #spartanrace #spartanwomen #running #fitness #transformationtuesday
#iamwithoutlimits #embracethechallenge #dowork
5 Dec, 2019
WHY DECEMBER SHOULD BE YOUR TRAINING NEW YEARS
We indulge with a few days of eating and drinking whatever we want on Thanksgiving and shopping on Black Friday. This is many people's "tradition" anyways. Certainly not all of you, but it is a trend most of us see. So what about Christmas and New Years......Sure these are both days that we have the same kind of fun with family and friends, traveling, eating, and being in Holiday spirits which is important, but should your training suffer?
Often people indulge to a point where they are ready to push the reset button. You know that if you can get on a routine and a plan after Thanksgiving and keep that stick-to-it-iveness, you will go into the new year feeling accomplished and confident. What a way to start right?
28 Nov, 2019
23 Nov, 2019
Our registered dietitian Diana Lynn Davis runs 8:00 pace today for her 8K race which is a huge personal best. Less than 8 years ago, Diana had just started running for the first time in her life. She has now built herself up to being a strong runner and a Boston Qualifier. She is a mom, grandmother, wife and nutrition coach for so many people, she is an inspiration!
Learn more: https://www.iamwithoutlimits.com/nutrition/
#nutrition #nutritioncoach #iamwithoutlimits #embracethechallenge
22 Nov, 2019
Reposted from @bperki15 (@get_regrann) - Today marks 100 days from the trials.
Lately I’ve had a difficult time staying motivated. The cold, dark hours don’t make getting out the door any easier.
I’ve struggled to get myself in the right gear and the right mindset. Partly because I feel as though I worked so hard and pushed myself to get to the point to merely call myself an olympic trials qualifier.
Initially, I was just “excited to be going” or “just want the OT finisher medal.” (I hope there’s a medal 🏅🤞🏻). But I’ve realized that’s not going to get me excited or help me get out the door for runs.
So I’ve set some goals. Place and time goals won’t be shared for a while (they are written down for daily reminders). But for now, my goals are to do the “little things” that all add up over time (stretching, core work, sleep, good eating habits). It’s also my goal to keep a positive attitude and minimize complaining. During my last marathon build up, I learned a lot about what the body can accomplish if the mind is on board. I also want to focus on me and my training and not compare myself to what other qualifiers are doing. “Comparison is the thief of joy...”- maybe steph Bruce @stephrothstein in a podcast (🤦🏼♀️🤷🏼♀️can’t remember). I know it won’t be easy, but I know it’ll be worth it. Everyone in my corner- I love you and thank you for allowing me to follow my dreams. @sailfish718 @ceemerritt @gcope20 @cope2214 @slideonkais @blake.curtis62 @bkelly1515 @erdeleo @alicekassens @iamwithoutlimits @axis_fitness @mikebarnhart_axis @tclifford626 @diana.davis.rd @fastmotherrunners #axisfam #iamwithoutlimits #withoutlimitsyouth #richmondhalfmarathon #atlanta2020 #otq2020 #atlanta #motherrunner #richmondmarathon2019 #runnersofinstagram - #regrann
21 Nov, 2019
When you say your going to get up and run. YOU DO IT. #iamwithoutlimits #embracethechallenge #dowork
12 Nov, 2019
Check out these awesome hats produced for the #nighthawks #iamwithoutlimits #embracethechallenge @marines #hmx1
4 Nov, 2019
#teamwork #iamwithoutlimits #embracethechallenge
4 Nov, 2019
Amazing day at the The Parkway Subaru Battleship NC Half Marathon. So many thanks to give and props to an awesome team. #battleshiphalfmarathon #iamwithoutlimits #embracethechallenge #itsgotime #dowork
2020 Southern Tour Ultra 50 Mile, 50K, 50 mile relay
2020 NHRMC Wilmington NC Marathon/Half Marathon 📷@starnewsonline
29 Oct, 2019
@iamwithoutlimits socks for the inaugural Shakori 40 November 9th in Pittsboro. Shakori40ultra.com
#trailrunning #firstultramarathon #relay #ragnarrelay