Sitting at Sweet Melissa’s in downtown Laramie, an excellent vegetarian restaurant that was recommended to me by the guy in the bike shop a few doors down, I was reading an article online about how to race in high altitude, while I was shoveling the best sweet potato and black bean burrito I have ever had into my mouth. 1,775 more words
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SHANG DYNASTY, 13TH-12TH CENTURY BC
The trumpet-shaped neck is undecorated while the middle section, which is set between double bow-string borders, is flat-cast with taotie masks formed by pairs of downward-facing birds with prominent pupils and quills stacked below the coiled tail. 50 more words
Just over a week post half marathon and I am happy to report that I am back to running as normal. There was some soreness and the first run last Tuesday was slow and steady (my legs really weren’t happy or understanding as to why they were moving again so soon) but I did complete a 10K long run on Sunday in the sunshine and they seem absolutely fine. 834 more words
1. Have an 8 mile base before you start.
Arguably, you should have trained for a half marathon by this point. Marathons happen to be something that you can’t just jump into without some type of prior training or running experience. 1,196 more words