Imagine being diagnosed with Rheumatoid arthritis and not able to run for even one minute, let alone a mile.  How would you respond? Given this what would you imagine is possible?  A 5K?  Maybe a 10K? A marathon?

How about overcoming RA and not being able to run more than a few blocks to having completed races all over the world including running a marathon on the Great Wall of China, a half-marathon in the Demilitarized Zone between North and South Korea, and completing an ultra marathon. Did I mention that she does all of this barefoot?

Wendy Nail’s journey in just 5 years of being a runner will not only serve to inspire you, but to live vicariously through her amazing running experiences and to consider your own goals.

Quick Tip

In the quick tip, I share a segment of my appearance on the Runner Girls Podcast where I share some of my top tips for a successful race day, including a tip that can shave time off your race without running faster (or cutting the course!)

Links Mentioned In The Show – Rusted Runner (Wendy Nail’s Blog) – Runner Girls Podcast (Journey of 3 women  running their first half-marathon)