Category Archives for "Training"
Happy Monday Everyone. I know it isn’t much but this will be a small milestone as it’s the 20th blog I have written. I have not achieved the frequency of my friend Kat at Sneakers and Fingerpaints who writes 30-40 entertaining and quality posts a month, but I am working up to it. I would […]Read More
Notice the title of this blog is not Psychology of the finish which I could probably write another full posting on. This is “the end”, because within this life we have a number of endings. Some of them open new doors, some of them just mean we have more to go. In triathlon, we end […]Read More
It happened even before I realized it. I was on the ground with a burning sensation on my chest and both of my knees. “OUCH! Son of monkey’s uncle!” (edited for content). I face planted during a sub eight minute mile during a run on Davis Island this morning. (Pause for laughter) (Pause for […]Read More
With the start of the page on Facebook and the redesign of this blog I feel like maybe I need to reintroduce myself and why this blog is becoming important to me. I have been missing a gene in my DNA strand my whole life. It is not all that uncommon, but the drive to […]Read More
While looking at a lot of private entries I decided in order to make myself accountable I am going to make this all public. What the heck right? The title of the blog is Missing the Gene. It is hopefully going to be the title of book I will finish in the coming months; Missing […]Read More
There are always interesting thoughts floating around in my head. Of course there is a lot of room to “float” because there is nothing else taking up any room. After obtaining my current running fitness, I prided myself on the fact I could run on “autopilot”, where I could lean a little forward, my legs […]Read More