Tag Archives: endurance

Day 4 Week 7 – A Running Life Style?

2 mile easy. Well, normally 2 miles would be my warm up run, but today it is all I could barely handle. I am not over-trained but am traveling.  And being on the road is taking a lot out of … Continue reading

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Day 4 Week 4 – Cutdown The Vanity

6 miles cutdown with 1 mile warm up & 1 mile cool down. Just because I could does not mean I should.  Today’s cutdown workout was a good example of this saying.  It also reminded me the difference between being … Continue reading

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Day 3 Week 4 – Intention Of Marathoners

8 miles easy + 4 strides, 74 – 78 degrees Are marathoners gluts for punishment?  It may appear that way to the bystanders but if you ask the marathoners themselves, I bet you will get a different answer. In fact, … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 16 Jul 2017

You see, I have been running marathon since 1999.  Saying I have been putting my heart & sole into the race is not an exaggeration.  My relationship with running marathons is beyond casual.  It is commitment. The stimulus and response I put my … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 11 Jun 2017

Update on my blog status – shortly after my post The Power To Be, I lost power to my internet router.  Thus no blogging. With my fingers crossed, the electrician is coming on Monday,  Don’t know about the Power Company nor … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 28 May 2017

Lots of introspection this week.  In a way it’s part of my detox from the political news and part of the children coming home from end of school.  And a third part due to a recent meditation workshop I attended … Continue reading

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What’s New & Interesting?

Even though routines can provide a degree of familiarity and comfort, the sameness after awhile becomes flat.  Boredom sets in. And motivation wanes.  At least that’s how I perceive the current state of affair in Washington. Hence, the question what’s … Continue reading

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Patience, Part 2

Part 1 here. A few days ago, I came across this quote: Empathic listening takes time, but it doesn’t take anywhere near as much time as it takes to back up and correct misunderstandings when you’re already miles down the road, … Continue reading

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Marathon Under Two Hours?

Sounds incredible?  So was the 4 minute mile back in 1954 before Roger Bannister broke it.  Not to mention, runners have been progressively getting faster due to advancements in technology and training. Current world record for marathon is 2.02:57 (2 … Continue reading

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Living Takes Risks

As I ran through the woods this morning, two news from the week played out in my head. One was about a woman falling off a bridge while taking a selfie, and the other being a mom  of 3 who … Continue reading

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