Wornout Soles had moved to a new home! A great new blog page filled with goodies and hopefully a more enjoyable reading experience for all of you.
And, if that isn’t enough to make you curious, there is a new post about this weekend’s Meltdown.
So head over, check it out and update your links to http://www.wornout-soles.com.
The first full week of half ironman training is in the bag, and I survived handsomely. I closed out this week with a few lessons, both good and bad, to carry forward in my training.
We all know that feeling; a knot deep in your stomach. A little queasiness accompanied by shaking knees. The feeling you might loose your lunch all over the expensive, antique rug in your office. That’s how I felt yesterday as I sat staring at my computer screen.
More than once I have been told that I have a “little spark of crazy”. This weekend Crazy came out to play.
I have come to the conclusion that long swims are bad for my health. No, I haven’t overlooked the obvious benefits such as improved cardiovascular health, increased lung capacity and other related benefits. These still hold true. I’m talking about my health over the next 6-12 months.
This week was my first week getting back into structured training. Needless to say, it kicked my butt. Here is a weekly recap, photo style. Continue reading
When I run I am a friendly person. I will acknowledge the other runner I see when I am out. In fact, is seems like common courtesy in the sport to acknowledge your fellow man suffering out there with you. Continue reading