Monthly Archives: January 2013

Running on the Cheap

I was recently reading through my blog-roll here on wordpress, and read a blog-posting someone had written about how expensive running was.  Unfortunately, I can’t find the posting to link to it from here (if you know of such a

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Starting the Cherry Blossom 10 miler Training Plan

I mentioned a few weeks back that I was fortunate enough to make it through the lottery for the Cherry Blossom 10 miler.  One of the really excellent things about this (in addition to getting to run it,) is the

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#Janathon – Cake and Running Re-start.

I suspect that at this point, after being sick and then waiting for my injuries to heal, that 10 days off disqualifies me from claiming to be a Janathon participant.  At this point, I am looking forward to Junathon to actually

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Product Review: Altra “The Instinct” Zero Drop.

Now, this review may be a bit different experience than some as I have been running in minimalist shoes for a while.  Max over at “Back of the Pack Max,”  told me that she loved hers from the first time she

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Possibly waving goodbye to this years MCM.

I can track my annual running, on the injuries I received (pathetic I know.) Last year was my Plantar Fasciitis. The year before? Pulled Calf muscles. The year before? Hernia surgery (open, not laproscopic.) So why do I bring this

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Plantar Fasciitis Treatment – an excerpt from Craig Payne posted on the Podiatry Arena

This is an excerpt from a posting by Craig Payne – Senior Lecturer at La Trobe University in Australia from the Podiatry-Arena forum.  It is reposted with his permission.  Special thanks to Peter Bird for bringing this forum posting to

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#Janathon – Day 16 – Full Body Workout

So, after an absence of several days – I have returned!  My Sinusitis turned upper respiratory infection (I think they are just guessing and throwing out fancy sounding generic illnesses) is improving, My temperature is only 99.9 now. But that

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#janathon day 13 and 14

I know you have all been dying to hear what sort of work out I did after I got better.. Well, I haven’t exactly gotten better. Yesterday I was still rocking a fever of 102. Today I have been fortunate enough

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#Janathon Day 11 and 12.

So, I know you have been dying to find out what I have done for day 11 & 12 of Janathon!   After all, we all know that I have committed to running everyday this month! So what did I do

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#janathon Day 10 – Early Morning Run

It seems, that despite being up early and doing a nice run yesterday, I never posted about it! I had a meeting about an hour past my office yesterday, so I had no idea what time I would be returning

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