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I Heart the AlterG

Yesterday I had a session with my PT again. My achilles was feeling 98%, so he just did some quick release techniques on the tight part, and then set me up on the AlterG. 397 more words

What I do After A Race

Monday: 5m progressive run 8:06/pace

Tuesday: 3.1m easy 8:50/pace, 10 abs, 

One of my favorite things about a racing is the Post Race. And no, i’m not talking about the crappy d-list cover bands or the space blankets or biting a medal in a soon to be very expensive ‘foto.’ I’m talking about the things that make me smile after running hard and how to enjoy the rest of the day (with people that love you so much they’d wake up at ass-o-clock just to watch a ton of sweaty smelly people in herds pass by so they might catch a .25 second glimpse of you with just enough time to shout, “WOOOOOO!!!”) 404 more words

Ironman Maryland - One Month Later

You did it! You are an Ironman! Now what?

Everyone’s post Ironman experience is different. There is talk of pain, never again and food. For me there was limited pain, sign me up for another one of those things and food. 792 more words

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Recovery week

I do love recovery week.

Monday I saw my PT and got Grastoned and a good, long massage on both lower legs, followed by some ice. 43 more words

Post Race: The Russian Grand Prix

I’m still trying to figure out the result from Sunday’s inaugural Russian Grand Prix. Not from the perspective of Lewis Hamilton securing his ninth win of the season, or Nico Rosberg charging through the field after carving a flat spot into his tyres after turn one; but from the perspective of where this leaves the championship. 794 more words

Race Recap: Kurt Steiner Cross Country 5K (2014)

Last Sunday I did something that I had been looking forward to for a very long time.

I ran my first cross country race in Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx. 675 more words

What Now? One Week Post-Marathon

It’s been about 10 days since my first marathon, The North Face Endurance Challenge WI.

A few weeks ago, I warned my fiancé he’d have a very narrow window in the period surrounding the race in which I’d be anything but heinous and miserable. 342 more words

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