My #1 goal is to get my health back, but running a 5K faster than 18 minutes is my current north star.
What do you want: lemons or boulders?
September 12, 2021 I’ve run at least one mile every day for the past 784 days. What follows are reflections on my running streak. Whether you are thinking about starting to run or are currently running regularly, there are some nuggets in this article for you. Everything is based
Slow the fuck down.
The wind chill in degrees Fahrenheit during my last 3 one-mile runs was 7, 5, 7. I didn’t choose to run in the extreme cold. I chose to run. I’ve run at least one mile every day since July 22, 2019. Why would I allow the extreme cold
Back in 2009 and 2010, I ran in 10 5k races. My average pace was around eight minutes per mile. My fastest time was 20:04 which equates to a 6:47 per mile pace. I hated it. It didn’t bring me joy. I was always exhausted after running.
With numbness in my right foot, I stopped running and started to walk. After 10 seconds of thought, I stopped the run workout on my watch and turned around. I had set out to run 7 miles but only ran 1.57 up to that moment. After walking for 20
As soon as I looked out the window, I jumped out of my seat and changed into my running gear as fast as possible. Snow was rushing down from the sky. With a wind chill of -0.4 degrees, I welcomed the snow. Two minutes later, the clouds broke with