Here’s a blog post on Endurance Nation that is highly reccomended. Key take aways: Break your season into manageable chunks. Don’t expect to be able to focus for a REALLY long time. In November, you aren’t training for a race in September – you’re training to train for that race, or for other fun things […]
This week I am in Chicago for a VMware training for work. I had intended to come down and do some running each day – unfortunately a cold/sinus infection caught up with me not long after getting here. So thus far I have not done much running. The training class itself has been quite insightful […]
I added back the portion of my old site for race reports and links so as to not make google to mad. As I fix the links in blogs and else where and set up healthy redirects I’ll banish them again!
What are you thinking? Are you crazy? Black bikes have souls, lots of them, they sucked all the souls from ugly green, red, blue, and other clolr[sic] bikes. A black bike says don’t f*ck with this guy. It’s like having the worst of Satan and the best of Jesus in one bike. You suck the […]
I almost feel this is a waste of a supreme title such as this on a post this time of year, but it is appropriate. This is also a blatant rip off from Jeff Keils Blog. Anyways. Yesterday I mentioned a movie reminded me of the need for proper planning. Every season I have attempted […]
This past weekend I watched the movie Into the Wild. It is based on the true story of a young man who graduates from college and then goes on a two year odyssey across the USA, culminating in Alaska. It’s actually a pretty powerful story, showing what a person is able to accomplish with focus […]
I made the cut over.
Later today, or tomorrow at the latest I am going to be updating the appearance of my site, part of which includes a change/upgrade to the blog engine. I have no idea how this will affect the RSS feed and google reader’s archive of it – so I apologize in advance. Also for the time […]