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Boston Marathon Training Update

New shoes, awesome races, and nice weather. Ah, what a past week it has been. Spring is sort of here in Massachusetts, northern New England is still getting snow, but we saw 50 degrees today! 472 more words


New Bedford Half Marathon Recap

My race prep starts on the night prior to a race, with a “good” dinner and selection of my race clothing and post race apparel. The night before NB I ate a pile of Trader Joe’s wheat/gluten free pancakes slathered in peanut butter and pure maple syrup. 1,050 more words


9 Miles of Trial

          I had to take a moment to share what transpired during my run a few Saturdays ago. Since November I was in training for the LA Marathon to take part in the Charity Relay to raise money through World Vision to bring clean water to the Congo. 414 more words

First of all, I must apologize for taking a bajillion months to update. I promised myself I would regularly update this thing, but life has seemed to be getting in the way. 1,692 more words

Training Log Update --Mar. 3rd-Mar. 11th--

The daylight saving time change is killing me, but evening runs have the sun back! The spring forward usually messes with my sleep cycle less than the fall back, apart from rendering me unable to go in to work until 8AM, but it does mess with me. 494 more words


Twenty-Six Point Two

Fear. That is the dominant feeling right now.

When I started training for the LA marathon in the early fall, I expected that I would have a lot of emotions going into race weekend, but I was confident that I would feel prepared for the race. 509 more words

Coffee Houses and Churches

By Johnny Cabrera

This past Sunday, television and social media were all abuzz with news of award winners, best and worst dressed, and John Travolta’s inability to pronounce people’s names… 127 more words

Johnny Cabrera