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Category Archives: running
“Most people never run far enough on their first wind to find out they’ve got a second. Give your dreams all you’ve got and you’ll be amazed at the energy that comes out of you.” William James My first post … Continue reading
I did it. This past sunday, in Vancouver, I qualified for the Boston marathon. It was the moment when all the hard work of the last 2 years and training intensity of the last 4 months paid off. The last … Continue reading
If there was a formula that could simply capture the essence of performance improvement in endurance sports (and if you think about it more broadly life in general) this is it: Improvement = Stress x Rest Runners, cyclists, swimmers and … Continue reading
Running, like life, is best understood backwards but must be experienced forward, paraphrasing Kierkgaard. “I’m drawn to places that beguile and inspire, sedate and stir, places where, for a few blissful moments I loosen my death grip on life, and … Continue reading