This would be my fifth consecutive running of the Pittsburgh Marathon and it would be a memorable race for many reasons. Just a few weeks prior to race day I was contacted by Luna Sandals. I had won entry to the Born to Run ultramarathons in May. I would be
I’ve seen the articles. You know the ones I mean. The ones that promise the moon and stars for less effort.
Run less and PR! Run Short, Get Fast! Couch Surf Your Way to 50k! Ok maybe not that last one. As a high mileage runner I always wondered if their were merits to the idea, but
Training for a race requires commitment and dedication. You spent weeks, months, even a year training for that goal race. You got up early and ran your miles or came home after a hard day of work and got out there. You went out in the freezing cold and the
Last month I talked about my training, or lack thereof. This month is about getting back on track and changing my approach to accommodate a more demanding work and life schedule. Typically my training for the Pittsburgh Marathon and the ultras following has been based on bulk miles and it
Tis the season! Tis the season for family, great food and drinks, and maybe a little overspending. Tis the season for hard work and indulgence alike and tis the season of short, short days and long, cold nights. That means one thing for this blog. It is time for the