Not only did April “ROCK” for me it was a string of what I’d call “joybombs.”

Several of my athletes exceeded my expectations with their amazing running accomplishments. There is nothing I love more as a coach than when those who I am working with meet their goals. At the end of the day, it’s what makes my job worthwhile.

Some of those LWFS Athletes.who made news in April:

Molly Cuevas launched her run across the country to raise awareness for Challenged Athletes Foundation (CAF). She is now in her second month and tackling the state of New Mexico.
So grateful for the road miles I got to share with Molly in early April.
We had an opportunity to see some parts of California that I’ve never seen before. Have you ever run through Banning or the Jurupa Valley?

I hit one of my biggest mileage weeks (140) to date- injury free!!

Molly and Bree LWFS Athletes
Paul King aka The King of California completed 80 of his 100 mile ultra in Zion, Utah. He raised over 10k for Cancer Carepoint and carried the names of survivors/victims. Paul has been one of my most consistent ultra athletes. I’m super impressed by how patient he has been in tackling one ultra distance at a time since we started working together four years ago.
Paul King aka The King of California
Paul King and Bree Lamber LWFS Athletes
Jessica Welker is an incredibly focused runner who had one big goal this year, to run The Boston Marathon. Not only did she run it in a PR time of 3:46, she also qualified for Boston next year.
She then followed her Boston run with yet another marathon- Big Sur ,13 days later!!

I hope you are having a successful racing season, setting realistic goals while maintaining good health.
If you have something to share please feel free to comment. Would love to hear from you.

Happy May!

#catchthebreez
#livewellfinishstrong

Items Used

UltrAspire Hydration

Balega Socks

Julbo Eyewear

Rabbit Apparel