Well it’s all over except the memories and the memories will always be good ones. Despite not hitting my personal goal time I did thoroughly enjoy the trip and marathon experience. The memories of the preparation, sights and sounds of Boston, a pre-race dinner, race morning, the race itself, and of course all of the many great people whom I was able to share my experience. … More Boston 2016
So race weekend is nearly here after logging over 600 miles of running, strength training, stretching, and more, ready or not here I come Boston. Like a football coach having a game plan for the “Big Game”, runners need to have their personal game plan or strategy to assure success in their marathon. Every … More Expectations
Just when you think you know the major events you have control over in your life, things change! In 2006 I ran the Boston Marathon for my first time. It was the most difficult experience I had ever experienced in my life, ever, even until this day. I remember attempting to run (or rather a … More 10 Years Later!
Judging solely by the title you might think this is about Christmas or a similar special event. Well, it is about a special event but has almost nothing to do with Christmas. More on the Christmas part later. This is Crim week, the week prior to the fourth Saturday of August. The Crim 10 Mile … More The Tradition Continues
I believe the key to success with any plan is to remain flexible. A week ago my marathon training plan was interrupted for a few days. Not by injury rather more due to life in general. After my Monday night run on June 9th my legs were dead. No wonder as I had completed 56 … More Marathon Training – Mid June