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Cinco de Mayo Half Marathon Race Report by Glenn Jones Posted Fri 25 Sep 2009 3:32pm Back when I used to work at Andersen Consulting (now Accenture), we had a saying - "Plan the work, then work the plan." So, Saturday I laid out the plan. What did I do Sunday? Well, suffice it to say the best laid plans of mice and men aren't worth the keystrokes if not followed. I wasn't quite sure what to expect since this was the inaugura ... Read on »
Cinco de Mayo! by Tri to Be Funny Patient Expert Posted Fri 17 Apr 2009 12:31am So, what does Cinco de Mayo really mean? I know it means "the 5th of May" in Spanish, but what is the significance of Cinco de Mayo? I really have no idea and perhaps I should. This year, the 5th of May signified breakfast in the morning at Mi Madres on Saturday, dinner at Maudies Mexican with the same tribe of folks and blackened tuna tacos for ... Read on »
Marathon Training Week 2: 13 mile progressive treadmill run. by Meggan F. Posted Sun 06 Feb 2011 11:32am Thursday: AM: 4miles easy, abs /PM: 10min w/u, circuit for 25min Friday: AM: 8.2 miles with Micah (7:20-30 pace) Saturday: 13 miles in 90 min 30 min at 7:30-7:00 pace 5min at 6:58 pace 25min at 6:53 pace 5 min at 6:49 pace 25min at 6:44 pace Sunday:48 minutes with M.E. Total miles for the week: 56 (4 miles short of goal) Saturday's ru ... Read on »
A Wet 13 Miles: NYC Marathon Long Run #5 by A Healthy, Happier Bear Facebook Posted Sun 22 Aug 2010 10:33am   After an amazing night of sleep, I woke up at quarter until 7 this morning ready to attack my 13 mile training run! Breakfast I enjoyed an Arnold Sandwich Thin with Crofters Spread and Sunflower Butter for a pre-run breakfast. This is my go-to combination for long runs as I know it doesn’t irritate my stomach. NEVER TRY A N ... Read on »
26 Mile Oats + Marathon Checklist, Hair & a Sandwich by Erika Posted Sat 05 Nov 2011 9:30pm NYC MARATHON IS TOMORROW! I’ve been running around the apartment trying to make sure I have everything for tomorrow. I can’t believe it’s finally here. To make certain I have everything I need, I made a handy dandy checklist. See anything missing? My marathon checklist - Shoes (let’s hope I don’t forget these!) - Bib number an ... Read on »
Boston Marathon: Cut-back Week 3 {13 miles} by Running the Windy City Posted Sun 19 Feb 2012 11:15am Good morning! This week was another cut-back training week which means I had 13 miles on my schedule this morning instead of a longer run. I woke up bright and early and fueled with a brown rice cake with peanut butter, raisins, and chia seeds. The left half is Bee’s Knee’s pb and the right is Cinnamon Raisin. I couldn’t decide s ... Read on »
26 Reasons to Run 26 Miles: An Invitation to Run a Memorial Marathon for Sandy Hook Elementary by Marathon Mommies !. Patient Expert Posted Sun 16 Dec 2012 11:44am To all the marathon moms, I want to invite you to dedicate your next marathon, whenever that will be, mile by mile, to each of the twenty-six innocent children and educators killed in Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Connecticut this past Friday morning. Our endurance will be but for a few hours, but the families and friends of these victims wi ... Read on »
Total Mind and Body Fitness Blog Carnival 101 by FitBuff Brandon Patient Expert Posted Tue 12 May 2009 6:02pm Monday is Blog Carnivals Day. A Blog Carnival is basically a collection of articles or blog posts, all relating to a similar subject, that are gathered together for your viewing pleasure. You can quickly and conveniently see a list of Article Titles and click on the ones that interest you to read the full post. Blog carnivals are a grea ... Read on »
Past Updates from Friends of Theresa by Theresa Facebook Posted Thu 06 Jan 2011 9:25am 01/05/11 The latest from Theresa... In this household, asking for a simple "picture of all the girls" can take on a life of itself! In order from left to right stands Sara, Emma, Anna, Amanda and Aleela. Having them all under one roof for the holidays was without a doubt, the best gift of the year! Yet mixed with memor ... Read on »
Donna Breast Cancer Half-Marathon Recap by RoadJane Posted Sun 19 Feb 2012 9:02pm I signed up for the race last minute, a mere 3 days before, partly because the absentee running group was so enthusiastic about it (I really didn’t want to miss seeing all their smiling faces) and partly because all the proceeds go to Breast Cancer. Not many races, if any, can say that they donate ALL registration fees to a cause. I also di ... Read on »