Me, Myself and Me

I have always considered myself a team player. According to me, I work well with most people at my current job. During my prolific high school basketball career I felt I was a part of well tuned machine that was able to amass 7 wins in roughly 80 games over four years. (yes you read […]

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Start at the Beginning

When running is the topic we discuss how we run, where we run, what we wear when running, what we listen to and how far we run. I’ve discussed before how runner’s favorite topic is running itself. Many of our discussions revolve around races we have finished and sometimes the devastating races we couldn’t finish. […]

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Running to the ‘Mark

We are rapidly approaching one of the best and most stressful times in a lot of our lives, the holiday season, otherwise known as Christmas. I by all accounts love this time of year. I love the weather, of course my view is a but skewed, since I live in the desert it’s usually a […]

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IS ENOUGH EVER ENOUGH

One of my favorite things about running trail races is listening to the conversations of the people waiting for the flag to drop. The conversations usually range from the newest shoes they just got, their new race day diet, and where they will be drinking after the race. My favorite topic that is always covered […]

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WE RAN AMOK

It finally happened.  November 3rd, 2018 came and went.  After months of discussion and preparation, it was over.  There were smiles, tears, high fives and bloody knees.  Some ate bacon, others Twizzlers and veggie burgers.  There was sprinting, walking, limping, and a lot of hobbling.  For some the end brought pain in places that were […]

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Call it what it is

First off, if you had to come up with one of the scariest exercises that people literally freak out when the word is said, what would it be? Just think about it for a second. As a fitness instructor, I sometimes try to “pull the wool” over my clients, having them do something that they […]

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