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...

For-Profit Races are Charitable Organizations Too

“The result of charity is often beyond calculation” When I worked in the obstacle racing industry, we got a lot of questions about our races: “How long is the race?” “What should I wear?” “How hard are the obstacles?” “Will there be a lot of mud?” “Can I run with a...

Three Races, Two Places, One That Made A Difference

“You think I’m crazy because of how much I run? Trust me, if I didn’t run this much, that’s when you’d see crazy.” Since my last blog, less than a week ago, I’ve run three races. I also had a big change in plans for one of those races that ended up being two. Now that...

Running Loyalty and Favorite Races

“Strength doesn’t come from what you can do. It comes from overcoming what you thought you couldn’t do. Everyone has those things to which he/she is loyal. A restaurant, brand of shoes, type of toothpaste, nutrition shop – there are likely several things on your list,...
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