Monthly Archives: June 2013

My Bracelet is an Oxymoron

I have this ID bracelet that I wear when running from Go Sport ID.  The idea is to have something for identification, such as if some car sends me flying into a bush and knocks me out.  It’s got my … Continue reading

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Discovery of the Ultimate Training Food

I’ve always considered training to be a purely physical thing.  I think I always brushed off the nutritional aspects.  Which probably also explains some of how I got to be 300 plus pounds.  But it’s the little things I never … Continue reading

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Week 1: In the Books

Wednesday night was our first class in Change through Challenge.  We got our training binders and covered some basics.  Most of it was introductions and covering what we would be covering.  Typical first class in that way.   I find … Continue reading

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Walkathons and Half Marathons

When I was a kid, the March of Dimes used to have these walkathons every year.  They still do as far as I know, but they are different.  Nowadays they are these nice little 2 or 3 mile strolls.  Back … Continue reading

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Your Final Exam: A Half Marathon

I’m taking a business class this summer.  And the final is a half marathon. Yes, you read that right. It’s really a pretty innovative class.  The idea is to develop the soft skills necessary for a successful career (maybe life?) … Continue reading

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Remember the Rain

You know the kind of downpour I’m talking about, right?  The ones where you would swear it’s made up of little drops of air amidst all the water falling down?  That’s what we were looking at coming out of the … Continue reading

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