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Training Supplement – May 31, 2017

I saw a lot of sites during my runs this Memorial Day weekend.  Cancelled my Stridebox subscription and signed up for Runners World Box to try something new.  Happy for Runner’s World David Willey‘s sub-3:30! Clothing & Gear Sports Bras.  … Continue reading

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2016 DCRRC National Capital 20 Miler

Scroll all the way down to the end of the post for the tl;dr version. Training I’ve been training for the New York City Marathon since late June/early July.  It’s been rough going.  I never quite hit my workouts in … Continue reading

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Training Supplement – August 24, 2016

The final days of The Olympic Games were thrilling! I also caught up on my favorite podcasts. I worked on my New York City Marathon playlist. I’m mid-way through The Science of Running but am going to put it away for a while. No new clothing or gear but I customized the watch face on my Garmin 630. Continue reading

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Training Supplement – July 27, 2016

It was a hot week.  But, Kelly Clarkson promised that what doesn’t kill me will makes me stronger and a podcast reminded me that bad days are “the cost of doing business” if I want to get better.  My new … Continue reading

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Training Supplement – July 20, 2016

I traveled to Chicago this weekend.  I ran on the Lakefront Trail and enjoyed the views.  I tested my new Brooks Ghosts on the trip and bought a heart rate monitor.  Along the way, I listened to some good podcasts … Continue reading

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June 2016 Running – Week 1

The week started with a lot of easy running.  I’ve been trying to keep the pace truly comfortable.  On Wednesday, I ran a workout with mixed success.  I finished the week with a surprising time at Lawyers Have Heart considering … Continue reading

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2015 California International Marathon

Scroll all the way down to the end of the post for the tl;dr version. Prologue I’d been chasing sub-3:20 in the marathon since training for the 2012 New York City Marathon.  The race was cancelled that year, but I’ve … Continue reading

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CIM Training – Week 19

The race is less than 24 hours away!  My final taper week went well.  As usual, I felt slow and sluggish; existing pains seemed worse and new pains came and went out of no where.  I arrived in Sacramento yesterday … Continue reading

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CIM Training – Week 17

Am I tapering, yet?  With most plans, I can figure out when the taper starts pretty clearly.  But with this one, I’m not so sure.  I had a day off on Wednesday, ending an 84 day running steak, and the … Continue reading

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2015 New York City Marathon

Scroll all the way down to the end of the post for the tl;dr version. Prologue My first New York City Marathon (NYCM) was supposed to be the 2012 race.  It was cancelled due to Hurricane Sandy.  I had trained … Continue reading

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