I had one of "those" runs. The ones where everything goes wrong. Here's how I get through it.
What I think about when I run.
The title sort of says it all on this one.
Losing to Win
Here's the deal, sometimes you've got to lose to win. And if you are losing in your training right now, it's time to change your perspective.
Built for distance, not for speed.
I had once been complimented that I was "built for distance, not for speed." I never tested the theory until I got a Garmin 405 for my birthday. This is what I learned.
Marathon Training with Your Under One
Training for a marathon? Happen to have a brand new baby in your life? This is the start of my series on successfully completing the London Marathon while balancing life with a crawling, climbing, drool bucket of awesomeness.
The short, I'm no longer rejected. The long? I've been accepted into the London Marathon after 3 years of trying.
One of the best excuses to not run a marathon: I'm afraid I won't win. Here's how to break your perfectionist nature and do it.
Run Commuting for Training
So you've started run commuting and decided to use it as a tool to train for a half or full marathon. Just like any training plan you have to, of course, plan. Here's some tips to get you started.
So… when is your next marathon?
You get in a relationship, they ask, "When you getting married?" You get married, they ask, "When you having kids?" You have kids, they ask, "When are they going to become world-class marathoners and buy you a unessessarily large vehicle?" Or something of that sort. So it's the question: When is my next marathon? My... Continue Reading →
Oxford Marathon… maybe a reality?
PCS Strike may pre-empt me from running Rome! So, well, it looks like the Oxford Marathon may be back on.
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