Making the Case Not to Race

“Take it Easy” It has been quite a week. Last Sunday, I laced up and joined 40,000+ runners to take a 26.2 tour through the streets of Chicago. Hot, crowded, and not feeling the greatest, combined with an unusual and light training season, this was one of the tougher...

Dick Beardsley Marathon – Race Highlights

“Take the lake” I don’t write reviews or recaps of every race I run. First, that would get obnoxious for readers. Second, while every race is meaningful to me, I don’t always have noteworthy experiences to share for the good of the group. But yesterday I ran the Dick...

Fargo Marathon 2016 – The Lindsay Perspective

“Go Far” Another year, another great experience at the Fargo Marathon. While the event itself had a lot of the same characteristics as usual, this year was quite different than others for me. For the first time, I participated in the Friday night 5k. For the second...

A Running First – Setting the Pace for the Race

“Selfish isn’t a bad thing. Remember: Secure your own mask before helping others.” I’m a selfish runner. Yes, it’s true. Running is all about me. My goals. My pace. My comfort zone. My accomplishments. I run alone, don’t join race training groups, it’s very much a...
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