Run Till You Die
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Run Till You Die

Run Till You Die This is terrible advice. Then again… the alternative is worse. “I can’t do that.” I hate hearing “I could never do that! Its way farther than I could run.” Maybe they’ll talk about a 10k, a half marathon or even a marathon they’re training for…months down the road. Coach Travis, and … Continue reading

2017 Reno5000 Downtown River Run Marathon Race Report
Pacing / Race Reports

2017 Reno5000 Downtown River Run Marathon Race Report

All (My) Eggs in One Basket Earlier this spring, I saw a Facebook post seeking for pacers for a road half marathon outside of Sacramento. I sent the coordinator an email, my Strava results including my 1:32 half marathon. I explained I spent most of my time on trails, where times and distances are different, … Continue reading

Health and Fitness / Interviews / Uncategorized

Barefoot Marathon Man Dean Fulton

The whole issue with the barefooting was interesting to me.  I got lots of comments of course, mostly based on some form of “I could never do that!”, but for me it’s all just about the running and the fact that I’m barefoot is entirely secondary to me.  There’s nothing at all heroic or brave or … Continue reading

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I’m going to need more gels….

This is a big year for me. It’s exciting…and a little terrifying. The last year was filled with trials and tribulations and to some degree, literally. There were a few large personal hurdles that I had to face and with friends, family, time, money, and a lot of “therapy miles”; I made it through. Life … Continue reading

Winged Ling

Running is….

…Time to yourself Who ever said you can’t Run from your problems…  Running provides the perfect escape from all of life’s ups and downs. Work, family, finances…there are a million and one origins for stress. Some bring about good stress, others bring about bad. Stress can pile up and personal fitness can be neglected, but disregarding these … Continue reading

Winged Ling

Run from your problems

Run from you problems. That is usually the opposite of what people say to do on the face of adversity. They’re wrong. Well, sometimes. A person of strong character should, and often does face their problems without shifting responsibility. However, sometimes a quick reaction is not always the most prudent. It is often necessary to … Continue reading