Hello everyone. It's been a while now since I last posted and that really is due to quite a few different reasons. I thought it would be helpful for my own engagement and motivation if I "journal/blog" about what I've
You've all heard me praise how supportive the running community has been on social media. That was really exemplified this past week by David Domzalski, founder of the influential running and finance blog, Runthemoney.com.
David found out about my story via
Here is a quick wrap-up post on my running and weight loss efforts for the month of April.
I'm really proud of the progress I made in April. I set out to achieve two separate goals.
First, was to break the 30
Well, time sure flies when you are excited and terrified. I signed up for the Bloop (Bayview Loop) Race back in February, and April 29th felt like it was a long ways off. After blinking and it already almost being
I am obsessed with the Barkley Marathons!
If you are a runner, or even if you're not, and you don't know what the Barkley Marathons are, you are seriously missing out!
My wife and I took a vacation to Florida in March, and
I've been on my running, weight-loss, get-fit journey for about 6 months so far. So, I thought moving forward I'll post a little recap on how my running and weight-loss efforts went for the month. I'll call this one my
Why is the first mile the hardest?
I've been running for a while now and I've noticed a pattern when I go out for training runs, and especially on race day. It always seems like the first mile is really tough