The 2014 Whiskeython took place last Sunday. “Whiskeython? Whoa, what’s that?!” Put simply… 2 laps of the lower loop in which the winner takes home a bottle of booze. For all you non-runners, 2 laps of the lower loop is just over 3 miles. The race is put on by the infamous New York Rogue
My 6 week training program may be the most unusual and illogical plan I have ever done. I run when I feel good just to keep my fitness up from Wineglass. I have not run with a Garmin in months and I love it. I just use a timer. WEEK 4 Wednesday: 5 Miles @
I have really been enjoying my ability to run again. It reminds me of my early days in 2008 when I first started. I have been running without a Garmin most of the time and just going by feel. WEEK 2 Wednesday: 5 Miles @ 6:50 pace Thursday: 4 Miles @ 7:00 pace Friday: (I
The concept of ‘Mind over Body’ is nothing new to the Marathon and Ironman community. Runners commonly refer to a marathon as 10% physical, 90% mental. For Week 2 of my NYC Marathon training plan I ran: Wednesday: 5M Easy Thursday: 4M MGP Friday: 3M Easy I had a discussion with Dr. Levine about the
My ‘A Race’ this fall is now the NYC Marathon after bowing out of Wineglass Marathon and Beach2Battleship Full Iron. I had a great full week of training for my 6 week plan. SUNDAY: 1 Mile @ 5:25 pace at the 5th Avenue Mile. Then I saw Dr. Levine and he did his magic.
Today I opted for a bike ride instead of a run. Why? Because I wanted to go inspect my city and see what was shakin’ in all corners. Riding through city streets means I take my track bike as its indestructible. My tri bike would be destroyed with a single door to the frame. Down
Pride Week in NYC is always a bit crazy and fun. There is one factor that seems to remain the same every year… the heat! My stupid knee was acting up all week since I thought it a good idea to skateboard to work Monday. After all my super sleuthing in trying to figure out