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Episode 046 – How To Run Faster At Any Age

For quite some time I have accepted the fact that I will not get much faster at running. I have joked that I can get a little bit faster and then I have to let my BQ time catch up with me.

But then I saw an article on Runner’s World about a man named Lloyd Hansen that started running at 54 and is now winning championships… CONTINUE READING

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Episode 036 – Joining A Gym and Streaking

Listen to the episode to celebrate running with the Twitter Shout Outs!

Joining a gymI did something I thought I would never do. I joined a gym. I am a big believer in the fact that you don’t need a gym to work out and be fit, but sometimes there comes a need for the gym.

 

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Episode 019 – PRs PBs & The AC April Fools Half Marathon

In this episode I talk about PRs and PBs…a developing trend that involves ridiculing runners…and of course my 2014 Revel Atlantic City April Fools Half Marathon Race Report.

Here is a Huffington Post article about the Self magazine tutu fiasco.

And here is episode 312 of Phedippidations with Steve Runner. I mentioned that you should check out this podcast, and this is a good… CONTINUE READING

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How To Run for 24 Hours

I consider myself a marathoner more than I consider myself an ultra-marathoner, but I do enjoy the running and atmosphere that comes with the ultra.

In 2012 I ran the Back on my Feet 24 hour Lone Ranger. My goal was to reach 50 miles and I accomplished 50 miles in about 15 hours, not including the 2 hours worth of breaks.

In 2013 I DNF’d… CONTINUE READING

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The Pebble In The Shoe

Yesterday was a fantastic day for running. Here in the Philadelphia area it was in the 40’s, the sun was shining in the morning, and the ice and snow were melting away.

I set out  little later in the morning for my run because I wanted to make sure the icy patches were gone. They were, but there was plenty of water.

A couple miles into the run… CONTINUE READING

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