For my 13th race, I headed back to the city that started it all: Los Angeles. It was a bittersweet race that brought back a flood of memories, both good and bad. Being a Halloween race, I also decided to run in a race costume. This race wrapped up a pretty busy month: San Jose, … Continue reading Race Recap: Rock n Roll Los Angeles 2017 Half Marathon
I used to be able to do week-by-week recaps for my events. Now I suppose monthly recaps will have to do! Depending on the regularity at which you talk to me, visit my blog, or how much I decide to share with you at any given time, you may know that I've been toying with … Continue reading July 2017 Training Recap: 138.8 Total Miles, Zero Outdoor Riding
There's something to be said about chasing old ambitions that never quite died. After the Dopey Challenge, I've been searching for the next big thing and I haven't quite found it yet. I've come full circle from time goals, distance goals, and now I think I'm back to triathlons again. At some point, I wonder … Continue reading Reviving Old Ambitions
Running at 10,000 feet is no joke. This race bills itself as America's highest road race and it did not disappoint. I was winded for most of the race. I don't know how anyone lives and trains and bikes out in Breckenridge without dying. Seriously. This was also a somewhat disappointing race. It had nothing to … Continue reading Race Recap: 2016 Breckenridge Road (Half) Marathon
My foot is broken! Well, not the whole thing, just one of the many bones that comprise a foot: The 2nd bone that is labeled there is pretty much split into 2 pieces, hamburger style. The two halves have conveniently aligned themselves into a tendon and have healed themselves into such a position. Well, "healed" is … Continue reading Dopey Challenge Week 5: The Mystery of My Broken Footsie
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For lack of a better way to combine the concurrent training threads, I'm now officially lumping them both together in the headline. The last few weeks have been insanely bizarre. Not only is my sleeping schedule all over the map, but so is my schoolwork and work-work (because when you say it twice, it's legit). … Continue reading Monday Morning Stand Up: Seafair Weeks 6-7-8 + Portland Weeks 1-2-3 2014 Training