If I want to move forward in my running, I need to answer the following questions: Why do I run? Where am I now? What I want to do going forward? I have been doing a lot of thinking about those three questions as I get further into my sixties and, out of necessity, my running evolves. As a result of this reflection process, I … Continue reading Why do I run, Where am I now, and Where Do I Go From Here?
I was reading Vern Gambetta’s blog the other day, and one of his recommendations was Out of Thin Air by Michael Crawley. When he makes recommendations like these, I take the time to look at the titles. When I did, Crawley’s book intrigued me enough to buy the eBook. Thank you, Coach Gambetta, for your recommendations. I have a feeling that at some point this year, I … Continue reading Out of Thin Air – Thinking about What I Read
Wow!!! I haven’t run in that kind of fog in years and I had forgotten how differently running in it can be. No, it isn’t about the 100% humidity, which is bad enough. Running in this kind of fog changes your senses of what is going on around you. You don’t see or hear things as sharply, everything is muted, while at the same time … Continue reading Fog Makes Everything Feel Different – 11/30/2020
This morning’s first walk with Bennie was COLD, like 25*F cold according to our thermometer. That in my book is bundle up and wear hat and gloves kind of cold. Come January or February we will think that is a balmy day, but for now it is just cold. By the time I got to my run about three hours later it had warmed up … Continue reading A BRRR Kind of Morning – RunLog October 12, 2020