Welcome back! It’s a new decade and a new era for Technically Running, so I decided to switch things up and do video updates for my No Sugar Challenge. I’m only four days into the challenge at this point, but I want to share some thoughts because it has already been pretty eye-opening for me with regard to my sugar intake habits and what it means to really follow the recommended daily limits. You can hear all about it in the video below, and as always, feel free to reach out in the comments or on social media if you have any questions!
Meagan is a geochemistry research lab manager, runner, Netflix binge-watcher, and Mom to a rescue dog, a bunny, and a human child. She started running in May 2011 and ran her first half marathon in October 2012, followed by her first marathon in October 2013. In July 2018, she joined the triathlon world and completed an Olympic-distance race. After an extended break (pregnancy/maternity leave), she is making a long-overdue return to running and is preparing for a high-elevation half marathon at Crater Lake National Park in August 2020.