I am a talker, more of a doer but never thought of myself as a writer. I have great ideas but it is hard for me to translate them from the crowd of voices in my head to paper. Most of the time it is just going to be a bunch of jumbled words that … Continue reading Celebrating 100+ Followers
Mt Everest Challenge Week No. 3 Review Challenge Day Todays Miles Total Miles Miles Left 15 Day Total 15,469 15,469 13,560 Day No. 16 1,145 16,614 12,415 Day No. 17 289 16,903 12,126 Day No. 18 SNOW 16,903 12,126 Day No. 19 SNOW 16,903 12,126 Day No. 20 FAIL 16,903 12,126 Day No. 21 1,145 18,048 … Continue reading Falling Behind
Pennsylvania is going through the snowpocalypse of 2017. We accumulated over 2 feet of snow and it is still a blizzard outside. I am in the middle of a running challenge. I am trying to run over 29,029 feet of elevation in 30 days. Today would be just another day in the eyes of training. … Continue reading Running With Friends
First of all, who is the dumbass that commits to a climbing challenge in the middle of winter. It's this dumbass. The climbing isn't the issue it is the cold and the damn wind. The wind is my enemy. Mt Everest Challenge Week No. 2 Review Challenge Day Todays Miles Total Miles Miles Left 8 Day … Continue reading Winter Blows!
Train. Train. Train or be derailed I read in a book once. I am not comfortable in front of a camera and my writing is around a third grade level. So why not attack both and be socially awkward for millions to see. I want to put myself out to the world, not to be … Continue reading Socially Motivated
It's the little thing in life that drive us crazy. Since I don't have a real coach I look towards the interwebs for direction. What questions do I ask? Who do I ask? I either get so much information I can't digest it or I get meaningless information. So here is the dilemma. The races … Continue reading Distance or Elevation???
Strava. Strava. Strava. This is the one tool I use to track all my training. If I am doing yoga, core and stability I put it under workout. I usually have a routine that takes around an hour to complete. The dreadmill, road and trail is under a run. I am looking at two things … Continue reading JAN 23-29 Recap