High Weekly Mileage

Running 100 Miles a Week

Who wouldn’t want to run 100 miles a week through the hottest part of the summer? It was June 2020 in Florida. I wasn’t training for anything and any planned races were canceled. So what in the world possessed me to do something like this?

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running in 2020

Did You Keep Running in 2020?

I did plenty of running in 2020. You just couldn’t see me. While I didn’t stop running – in fact, I think I ran more mileage last year than any other year – I did disappear from social media. It was almost 17 months, I believe. And I realized after very recently starting to put […]

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not in the mood

When You’re Not In The Mood

Imagine if we only did things when we felt like it. Pretty cool, huh? Think of life where you only did what you wanted, if you wanted and when you wanted to do it. If you’re not in the mood, skip it. No consequences. What a shame (or a blessing?) that it isn’t so simple. […]

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Glass City Marathon 2019

Running a Marathon on Low Mileage

You know how, when you’re training for a race, there’s always something that gets in the way?  I figured out that’s just life. There will always be some obstacle to deal with. Accustomed to running higher volume, I went into this marathon on low mileage. Comparatively, very low mileage. The tough part is that no […]

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Can you trust the integrity of race results?

Everyone involved in a race relies on the integrity of race results. Runners, sponsors, volunteers, charities, beneficiaries; all of us. So when race results are inaccurate, altered, subjected to errors, or anything that affects them in any way, the ramifications are widespread. Imagine finishing a race that actually goes well and leaving, wishing you hadn’t […]

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no goals

No New Year’s Resolutions, Thank You

On a typical New Year’s Eve, I have no goals. It’s like some kind of ritual. Every year as the holidays draw nearer, people turn their minds to what they want to accomplish in the new year and we start hearing about all the new year’s resolutions. I’m not against them in any way; I […]

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