Category Archives: Running

Oh, The Places You’ll Go (RUN or at least TRI)

“Congratulations!  Today is your day!  You’re off to great places!  You’re off and away!” – Dr. Seuss As of late the only book my 16 month old wants to read is Oh, the Places You’ll Go.  No matter where my … Continue reading

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Run to, throo, and home from the Zoo

I saw an amazing image this morning during a local 5K race.  I watched as a father and son finished a 5K as a team.  The duo worked together to complete the hilly goal.  The young boy (who appeared to … Continue reading

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Oh, The Hustle and Bustle of Life

Similar to most mornings, I found myself running around our home gathering my things for work (bag – check, lunch – check, snacks – check, water – check, keys – check, and most importantly coffee- check).  Within 5 minutes I … Continue reading

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The Will To Keep Going

We told our guys to hold on for 30 minutes of agony for 12 months of glory. Coach John McDonnell, after Arkansas won the 1993 Ncaa Cross Country title Since the completion of the Boston and Derby Marathon I have … Continue reading

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A Leave of Absence

It’s been a while since I last took a complete week off from any form of exercise, until my doctor ordered it.  Last week was wonderful; I spent QT time with my family and enjoyed the Derby (mint juleps and … Continue reading

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Renewed

“It hurts up to a point and then it doesn’t get any worse.”  –  Ann Trason I can finally touch my toes!  The last couple of days I have been moving like a feeble person and experienced disturbed sleep.  Something wonderful … Continue reading

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The Results Are In

“Listen to your body. Do not be a blind and deaf tenant.” – Dr. George Sheehan For all you extreme runners out there listen to your body.  I listen to my body when I am training but it is hard … Continue reading

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