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Harrier training #5

Last weeks Harrier training was the toughest yet. Hills. When I’ve done hill training with my RUNch club before it’s been enjoyable. Increase the distance of the hill, or attempt 45 second repeats and get to the same spot. 125 more words


T'was the night before...

I lie awake overwhelmed with emotions about this journey I embarked on six months ago but it truly began in 2007. I look back at where it all started and who I was then. 970 more words

Progress with my "Marasign"

In my Facebook marathon group, a couple of the members were thinking of a name and a logo to represent us as a group. I wanted to take on that challenge because designing and running are obviously my favorite things to do – duh, the name of my blog, haha. 307 more words

I'm A Runner (Emotionally, That Is)

Whenever life gets hectic my first thought tends to be, “Geez, I wish I had the drive to go on a run. I just know that would make me feel better.” Until recently I never gave much consideration to this odd reaction. 520 more words

self-realization {{thoughts from a post-half-marathon}}

Hello world!

I woke up this morning super, super sore.  I was awake for three hours and I only got out of bed once…to make coffee.   820 more words

Torrance Man Nearly Killed In Boston Bombings Returns To City For Marathon

BOSTON (CBSLA.com) — A Torrance man who was critically injured in last year’s Boston bombings has returned to the city for this year’s marathon.

John Odom and his wife, Karen, took part in the one mile tribute walk for Boston bombing survivors on Sunday. 426 more words