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Suburban Vs Urban Living

Where you live defines your life style. The choice between city and suburb seems common.   The city offers services and convenience like the 7- Eleven stores that is at one’s beck and call 24 X 7,  the rapid transit that … Continue reading

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Devil’s In The Details

Easy to mistaken knowing with doing. “Sure I know how to do it” is different from” yes, I have done it.”  Because knowing is not doing. Having the knowledge is different than having the skills from actually done it.  Because … Continue reading

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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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Why Aspire Marathon Again?

I have signed up for the 2017 Aspire Harrisburg marathon.  This marathon is where I injured my foot last year and did not finish for the first time.  This year, the marathon will be 12 Nov 2017 and my second … Continue reading

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Fix-up? What Fix-up?

Ever heard the saying: If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it?  The phrase makes perfect sense if you stay with the status quo.  You know, leave well enough alone, why make change if there is no need? etc. Unless you want progress. … Continue reading

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Needs Unmet?

Psychologist Abraham Maslow theorized that there are five levels of needs for human.  Below is my Reader’s Digest version: Survival (the most basic human need) Security (against external threats) Social (or relational affiliation and support) Self-worth (or respect from one’s achievement or value … Continue reading

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Day 7 Week 20 – Week in Review (13 Nov 2016)

11/13/2016 – 8 AM Aspire Harrisburg Marathon, total 23 miles for the week (not including the marathon). A twofer this week: the Presidential Election on Tuesday and my Aspire Harrisburg Marathon today.  Donald Trump won the election against Hillary Clinton, … Continue reading

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Day 6 Week 7 – The Heat Effect

8/13/2016 – 7 AM run, hot & humid, 7 miles easy The most common three words I heard around the trail this morning was “It is hot.” And they weren’t kidding.  It was hot and humid even early in the … Continue reading

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Day 6 Week 5 – Weakest Link

7/29/2016 – 7 AM run, warm & muggy, 14 easy miles Longest training run to date. On top of that the humidity was high and took a beating on the body.  However, I was able to maintain my running form for … Continue reading

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Day 6 Week 2 – Pain & Suffering

7/9/2019 – no running, traveling day In casual manner, the terms pain & suffering are used interchangeably, like “health & fitness.” Truth is that nothing can be further. Pain is different from suffering just like being fit is different from … Continue reading

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