Four things I did to get my energy back

July 22, 2019

A while back, I brought up my struggle with fatigue. I’m happy to say that the struggle is over, for the most part, and I’d like to share the steps I took to get my energy back.

To Recap

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Journal Entry: Struggling With Fatigue

May 29, 2019

I used to be a stranger to fatigue

I’ve been struggling from minor fatigue these last few months or so. Really, if I think about it, it’s probably been dogging me since last November—but it’s become very noticeable in the …

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River Bank Run 2019: the young runners!

May 19, 2019

Thoughts about my home town race, and the continuing surge of running youth

Here are my thoughts about my home town race, and the continuing surge of running youth. The future is looking bright, so let’s keep this trend going……

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Journal: First Marathon 47 Days Away

March 10, 2019

UPDATE: I was unable to compete in the Rock & Roll Marathon, unfortunately. I’ll give detail in a future blog post. Meantime, I have my sights set on the Nashville Marathon this November.


Might need to resort to a run-walk

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Three First Marathon Tips, From Pros

February 13, 2019

Sarah Crouch: Your Race Plan May Not Always Pan Out the Way You Expect It To

Sarah Crouch offered this tip via an article at Active.com: “The most crucial mistake I made during the Chicago Marathon was choosing to …

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Jeff VanderMeer: “Every hour I put into the gym, I get five creative hours out of it.”

January 19, 2019

I’ve been reading some back issues of Locus Magazine lately. The April 2018 issue has a great spotlight on Jeff VanderMeer. The piece naturally focuses on Jeff’s thoughts about his latest projects, his written work being turned into film, …

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Jeff Dengate on the dreaded taper

January 12, 2019

My first marathon is about four months away. Which means my first marathon taper is a little more than three months away.

I’m not nervous about the training, nor am I nervous about the marathon. In fact, I’m just plain …

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