Filling the Void: From athlete to unknown

L9P Community Post: Chloe Davis, MS, RD, LDN, CSN How to bridge the gap between athlete and active. Managing nutrition, mindfulness and movement in times of transition. If you can think back to elementary school when a teacher assigned you to use words that described yourself, what words did you pick? Fast forward to college, … Continue reading Filling the Void: From athlete to unknown

Running with PCOS

L9P Community Post: Anoush Rose I can’t remember a time where I was unaware of my size. I grew up in a family of very small women, and I distinctly remember going from a size double 0 at Limited Too to having bigger curves than any girl in my grade by age 13. I started sneaking … Continue reading Running with PCOS

9 Miles With: Elite Mountain Ultra and Trail Runner and Coach Megan Roche

I was first introduced to Megan Roche while searching for female role models in the trail running community. I’ve turned to Megan’s wisdom, experience, and humor for support and guidance throughout my own recovery and find that her voice (or at least, the voice I heard in podcasts and online videos) is often the one … Continue reading 9 Miles With: Elite Mountain Ultra and Trail Runner and Coach Megan Roche

Enough

L9P Community Post: Mary Johnson The pressure was constant. It started in kindergarten: You’re not mature enough to do reading class with the first graders. Then 2nd grade: You’ll be a camel in the nativity play because you’re not small enough to be an angel. 5th grade: You’re not cool enough to play with us. … Continue reading Enough

How trail running is helping me recovery from my disordered eating

L9P Community Post: Leandra Bitterfield “Holy shit, this is delicious!” No, I’m not eating a thoughtfully prepared plate of food, or even a basket of French fries. There are no white tablecloths, or even forks and knives. In fact, I am at an aid station at mile 15 of a trail marathon, and I am … Continue reading How trail running is helping me recovery from my disordered eating