Monthly Archives: October 2011

Zombies Running All Around!

First of all, click here and listen to this before reading! This weekend I flew down to Baltimore to take part in the inaugural Run For Your Lives 5K, a zombie infested obstacle course about an hour north of Baltimore.  … Continue reading

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The Beaten Path is Beaten Fast — Three Reviews for a Saturday

Last Sunday I finished reading Christopher McDougall’s Born to Run.  I absolutely tore through this book.  The first day alone I read 150 pages.  Realizing that I would be finished far too quickly, I slowed down, forced myself to go … Continue reading

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If You’ve Never Stared Off Into the Distance In Your Life, It is a Shame

So, today was productive.  I made some more tuna salad.  Oh yeah, and I ran 17 miles!  This is the single longest distance I have ever run.  Ask me if I’m excited about that.  Go ahead ask me.  The answer … Continue reading

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The Leaves are Falling Back East

It’s been a fairly productive week on the marathon front.  After using the word ‘routine’ last week in a post, I felt disgusted with myself.  So each Tuesday and Thursday, I’ve been running completely different and varied routes.  On Tuesday … Continue reading

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Some days and the Somerville 5K

Some days you’ve got it.  Each breath is inspired and reenergizing.  Every step you take is light.  Your legs are boundless supplies of energy propelling you forward for three, five, ten miles.  How long will it take?  It doesn’t matter; … Continue reading

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