Marathon Training, Running for Charity

Would you be interested in joining my virtual training team?

Hey ladies and gents! I just posted a new vlog after a year-long hiatus. (Warning: it’s pretty much the same thing I’m blogging here.) So after reading about a friend who just joined Team in Training for Goofy’s Race and a Half Challenge next January, I clicked through to another blog from a charity runner who was conducting a similar…

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Marathon Training, Triathlon Training

Weekend Surge, and an Olympic-to-Half Ironman 11 Month Bridge

It was quite the busy weekend! I’ve concluded that I’m quite impulsive when it comes to big decisions. Well, maybe impulsive isn’t the word that describes it, but I get these lingering goals that make me feel incomplete and I will suddenly, out of the blue, decide to finally do something about it. That happened twice this week to me,…

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Cycling, Marathon Training, Race Preparation, Running, Swimming, Tech

Fitness Friday: RunKeeper + GainFitness 1-2 Punch!

I’ve decided in the short amount of time that I’ve been working out that there are two iPhone apps that I could not live without. One I’ve been using for almost a year now…the other, I’ve been using for just a few days. What’s great is that I think they really complement each other. [imagebrowser id=3] I use RunKeeper to…

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Fitness, Marathon Training, Personal Development, Running, Running for Charity

Fitness Friday: Someone Busier Than You Is Running Right Now

Getting started with a running program can be challenging, especially for people who is strapped for time. However, something you have to realize is that everyone¬†has a busy life, a demanding family, and lots of time commitments. However, what separates runners from non-runners is that a runner makes the time for them. Health and fitness is important to your well…

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International Racing, Marathon Training, Marathons, Personal Development, Race Preparation, Running, Running for Charity

Race Recap: The Athens Classic Marathon

Lets do this Memento style: start with the ending and then go from the beginning. The giant marble stadium was overwhelming. As I neared it on the last of my energy reserves, I tried to pick up the pace but it was just unbearable. But, as my right foot landed on the soft track, I was somehow lifted by a…

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