RRR100 Climbing and more

On September 20, 2015 By

I never lose. I either win or learn.

Only a few people knew my real goal for Run Rabbit Run 100 in Steamboat: to unplug from the world for a day.

Sure, it would be nice to finish and get my first 100 buckle. Really though, I wanted a break. After I dropped at mile […]

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Ankle Update on the No Run

On August 11, 2015 By

Running is a lot like life … things are on the right path and with a simple twist, all of it goes off track.

Come to find out, it wasn’t just a simple twist for me.

When we last left the story of my ankle crash, I had transferred my Silver Rush […]

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There are signs all around us when to stop. Most of us ignore them because we are blinded by a particular goal set. I set big goals. Stupid goals to many. Then again, they’re probably deemed not normal due to lack of training rut I have been on. I’m barely trained for a half marathon […]

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Pain in the Sprain

On July 8, 2015 By

There are signs all around us when to stop. Most of us ignore them because we are blinded by a particular goal set. I set big goals. Stupid goals to many. Then again, they’re probably deemed not normal due to lack of training rut I have been on. I’m barely trained for a half marathon […]

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2015 Colfax Half Marathon

On June 30, 2015 By

The Colfax Marathon race weekend is one of those times I remember why I love running. It’s the 2nd largest race in Colorado, but still has a small feel. I saw so many people I knew and many faces I recognized. Being part of this event feels more like a family reunion … in a […]

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Ah Screw It

On February 28, 2015 By

Screw it.

I made the announcement to myself as I stood atop a mountain in Colorado. It was 7:23 in the morning as I watched the sun make itself known and could see deer roaming the side of a hill. Nobody else was on the trail.

Yeah, so screw it. The dilemma was, […]

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Running the APEX Trail

On January 12, 2015 By

I am learning how to deal with an “off season” and relax from the running bit. It’s not hard to do with my schedule of wife, 4 kids, work, and consulting. At the same time, I don’t feel like I have this influx of extra time. Rather, it’s like my body knows and […]

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I have received some emails asking where my latest post is. Am I running? What’s my next race? Did you do a marathon before breakfast?

Truth is, running and I broke up for a bit.

Going 64 miles at the Boulder 100 made me quite happy. It is the farthest […]

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