taper trap

Moodiness a part of the taper game? [journal entry ]

November 7, 2019

My first marathon weekend approaches!

This is my first marathon experience and so I am taking note of everything. Not just physical stuff (areas of comfort and discomfort), but my emotional state also. These last few days, my emotional …

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Nine-year-old accidentally wins 10K

October 6, 2019

Wrong turn put 5K boy on 10K course, he became a 1st place finisher

Kade Lovell, of Sartell, Minnesota, entered and began a 5K race. But a wrong turn put him along the 10K race’s course … and he ended …

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church of the long run

Strava: Most long runs done on a Saturday

September 29, 2019

It seems like Sunday had been the defacto “long run day.” It was never questioned. It gave rise to the hashtag #SundayRunday on social media. It had become a part of a runners Sunday practice and ingrained in running culture, …

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Nashville Marathon update: 8 weeks to go! [journal entry]

September 8, 2019

Good Omens: some personal wins

This November 9th will be my first marathon. Because this is a second attempt, I’m being cautiously optimistic. (The first attempt wasn’t a problem with training, or anything like that at all. It was simply …

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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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fatigue

Struggling With Fatigue [journal entry]

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

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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