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Month: December 2018

Goals for 2018 – How Did I Do?

2018 has been quite a good year for me. One thing I believe that every runner should do between Christmas and New Year’s is go back and read their running […]

Making Progress and Catching Up

It has been a few days since I have gotten around to logging my runs on the blog. So I am going to short cut Wednesday and Thursday’s post by […]

Merry Christmas and a Late Run

Running in the dark without a light – not too smart sometimes Harold – are you? It is called misjudging how much light was left. I hope your Christmas was […]

Getting the Theory and a Better Run

Happy Christmas Eve to everyone who celebrates Christmas and I hope that you have a very Merry Christmas tomorrow. I plan to Go For A Run in the morning and […]

Finally A Decent Heart-Rate Based Run

Well that run was the first MAF or heart-rate training that I didn’t feel completely frustrated. My Garmin FR35’s heart-rate monitor worked like I expected it to, I wasn’t in […]

A MAF Test and a bit of Rain

This morning, it was a bit dicey/icey on the road for Bennie’s first walk, so it became a pretty short one. No Bennie wasn’t impressed with suddenly sitting down without […]

Starting Some Heart-Rate Running

Finally, I got a run in. After three days of no running, three whole days! Saturday was a scheduled day of rest, but I felt like crap and probably would […]

Making the Choice to Be Healthier

At times you have to stop and think about where you are, where you have been and probably most importantly what direction you think is the best direction moving forward. […]

This is Getting to be too Regular

You know something, I have a sneaking suspicion this might be the winter where I get to do way too much of my running on the treadmill. Based on how […]