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This is how I get up at 5:45am every day. No matter what.

Consistency is surely the most important aspect of any training program. Consistency is that ability to continue your pursuit regardless of the events happening around you. It is the acceptance that every day is different. The feelings that you have will come and go…

A brief discussion on failure, and time management.

A brief discussion on failure, and time management.   It’s been nearly two weeks since my last post.  Who cares right?  Well… I do, but it’s ok, and I’m ok with the failure of it. When our minds rise from the mystery and veil…

Injured Runner: 9

As the days we have left before transitioning to a new year come to a close I find myself rather distraught with possibilities both negative and positive. I have been pursuing healing for several months now. With many ups and downs along the way….

Training Log : 7th day

7th Day : Days Remaining Until Return to Run 39 Days Cape Cod, MA. Weather:Temperature 34 degrees: Raining Breathing in this type of cold is beautiful. The water leaves your body in small tortuous clouds that can’t hold their form. Cleared 1.10 mile walk…

The Power of Teamwork

Imagine a race. A rowing race. A race where you show up and you’re the first in the water. By god you’re always the first in the water cause you’re the best right? You enter the water, knowing damn well today is your day….

Injured Runner 8: Clearance

In the world of physical therapy we give our patients clearance. Clearance to return to sport. Clearance to weight bear. Clearance to increase their activity in numerous ways. Part of my failure to progress has been that I was not following the rules: The…

Injured Runner: 7

Not my lucky number. The reality of life is that you simply cannot skip steps. Two weeks ago I posted about my ankle being better. I had been doing all of my exercises properly, gently, progressively. I was feeling great and so I ran,…