Running with the Pack 60: Hornet Juice, Denver, Sick, and 7 Days until Philly!

Most of this recording was made while team “In it for the T-Shirts Too” ran the Tussey mOUnTaiNBACK 50-mile relay through the hills of central Pennsylvania. The weather was beautiful and I have never had that much fun at a race!

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Most of this recording was made while team “In it for the T-Shirts Too” ran the Tussey mOUnTaiNBACK 50-mile relay through the hills of central Pennsylvania. The weather was beautiful and I have never had that much fun at a race!

Related Site:

I was poking around Facebook and saw an ad for this video about a guy who runs ultras. It’s not the complete awesomeness of Running on the Sun, sale but it’s still pretty cool — and free.

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Most of this recording was made while team “In it for the T-Shirts Too” ran the Tussey mOUnTaiNBACK 50-mile relay through the hills of central Pennsylvania. The weather was beautiful and I have never had that much fun at a race!

Related Site:

I was poking around Facebook and saw an ad for this video about a guy who runs ultras. It’s not the complete awesomeness of Running on the Sun, sale but it’s still pretty cool — and free.

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While I’m in Orlando, seek I took some time to go through some of the listener e-mail messages that have been coming in: chocolate milk, grip GO PHILLIES, symptoms exploding calves, and more…

Related Sites:

Most of this recording was made while team “In it for the T-Shirts Too” ran the Tussey mOUnTaiNBACK 50-mile relay through the hills of central Pennsylvania. The weather was beautiful and I have never had that much fun at a race!

Related Site:

I was poking around Facebook and saw an ad for this video about a guy who runs ultras. It’s not the complete awesomeness of Running on the Sun, sale but it’s still pretty cool — and free.

adiposity 0,0,0″ width=”500″ height=”333″ id=”EmbeddablePlayer”>
While I’m in Orlando, seek I took some time to go through some of the listener e-mail messages that have been coming in: chocolate milk, grip GO PHILLIES, symptoms exploding calves, and more…

Related Sites:

Jeff and I are finally in the studio together again. In this show, physician we talk about our training for the Philadelphia Marathon (completing our last long runs), what we’ll be doing in Philadelphia, a listener question about stretching, and some shoutouts to friends and listeners who have run or who are about to run their big race. Good luck everyone!

Related sites:

Most of this recording was made while team “In it for the T-Shirts Too” ran the Tussey mOUnTaiNBACK 50-mile relay through the hills of central Pennsylvania. The weather was beautiful and I have never had that much fun at a race!

Related Site:

I was poking around Facebook and saw an ad for this video about a guy who runs ultras. It’s not the complete awesomeness of Running on the Sun, sale but it’s still pretty cool — and free.

adiposity 0,0,0″ width=”500″ height=”333″ id=”EmbeddablePlayer”>
While I’m in Orlando, seek I took some time to go through some of the listener e-mail messages that have been coming in: chocolate milk, grip GO PHILLIES, symptoms exploding calves, and more…

Related Sites:

Jeff and I are finally in the studio together again. In this show, physician we talk about our training for the Philadelphia Marathon (completing our last long runs), what we’ll be doing in Philadelphia, a listener question about stretching, and some shoutouts to friends and listeners who have run or who are about to run their big race. Good luck everyone!

Related sites:

We’re seven days out from the 2008 Philadelphia Marathon. Jeff and I talk about what we’re doing this week, unhealthy what the weather is supposed to be like, wearing pink hats, the meet up after the race, and some comments from listeners.
Most of this recording was made while team “In it for the T-Shirts Too” ran the Tussey mOUnTaiNBACK 50-mile relay through the hills of central Pennsylvania. The weather was beautiful and I have never had that much fun at a race!

Related Site:

I was poking around Facebook and saw an ad for this video about a guy who runs ultras. It’s not the complete awesomeness of Running on the Sun, sale but it’s still pretty cool — and free.

adiposity 0,0,0″ width=”500″ height=”333″ id=”EmbeddablePlayer”>
While I’m in Orlando, seek I took some time to go through some of the listener e-mail messages that have been coming in: chocolate milk, grip GO PHILLIES, symptoms exploding calves, and more…

Related Sites:

Jeff and I are finally in the studio together again. In this show, physician we talk about our training for the Philadelphia Marathon (completing our last long runs), what we’ll be doing in Philadelphia, a listener question about stretching, and some shoutouts to friends and listeners who have run or who are about to run their big race. Good luck everyone!

Related sites:

We’re seven days out from the 2008 Philadelphia Marathon. Jeff and I talk about what we’re doing this week, unhealthy what the weather is supposed to be like, wearing pink hats, the meet up after the race, and some comments from listeners.




Laying out my running stuff

Originally uploaded by agyorke102

Before going to the race expo, price I have learned to lay out all of my stuff: hat, gerontologist shoes, more about gloves, shirts, tights, pants, underwear, socks, technology, gels, etc… If I’ve forgotten anything, I can always pick it up at the race expo.

This picture was actually taken after the expo. I have my number that is already half-pinned to the vest I’ll be wearing. Missing from this picture is the SPI belt that I’ll be wearing to help carry the ginger chews that I’ll be taking along (from ZombieRunner.com). Ginger chews are a nice and refreshing during long runs and they can help settle your stomach if that’s a problem.

There is more gear here than normal. I’ll be taking the iPod to track my pace throughout the course. The iPhone is so I can get text updates from as other runners cross milestones along the way. The Mino video camera is to record the race experience. And then there is a lot more clothing than normal because it is supposed to be in the mid to upper 20’s when the race starts. It won’t be so bad after we get started and the sun comes up, but while we’re waiting for the race to begin, it’s going to be chilly. That’s also why I got some hand warmers.

9.5 hours until the race starts. I’m going to get to bed soon.


Most of this recording was made while team “In it for the T-Shirts Too” ran the Tussey mOUnTaiNBACK 50-mile relay through the hills of central Pennsylvania. The weather was beautiful and I have never had that much fun at a race!

Related Site:

I was poking around Facebook and saw an ad for this video about a guy who runs ultras. It’s not the complete awesomeness of Running on the Sun, sale but it’s still pretty cool — and free.

adiposity 0,0,0″ width=”500″ height=”333″ id=”EmbeddablePlayer”>
While I’m in Orlando, seek I took some time to go through some of the listener e-mail messages that have been coming in: chocolate milk, grip GO PHILLIES, symptoms exploding calves, and more…

Related Sites:

Jeff and I are finally in the studio together again. In this show, physician we talk about our training for the Philadelphia Marathon (completing our last long runs), what we’ll be doing in Philadelphia, a listener question about stretching, and some shoutouts to friends and listeners who have run or who are about to run their big race. Good luck everyone!

Related sites:

We’re seven days out from the 2008 Philadelphia Marathon. Jeff and I talk about what we’re doing this week, unhealthy what the weather is supposed to be like, wearing pink hats, the meet up after the race, and some comments from listeners.




Laying out my running stuff

Originally uploaded by agyorke102

Before going to the race expo, price I have learned to lay out all of my stuff: hat, gerontologist shoes, more about gloves, shirts, tights, pants, underwear, socks, technology, gels, etc… If I’ve forgotten anything, I can always pick it up at the race expo.

This picture was actually taken after the expo. I have my number that is already half-pinned to the vest I’ll be wearing. Missing from this picture is the SPI belt that I’ll be wearing to help carry the ginger chews that I’ll be taking along (from ZombieRunner.com). Ginger chews are a nice and refreshing during long runs and they can help settle your stomach if that’s a problem.

There is more gear here than normal. I’ll be taking the iPod to track my pace throughout the course. The iPhone is so I can get text updates from as other runners cross milestones along the way. The Mino video camera is to record the race experience. And then there is a lot more clothing than normal because it is supposed to be in the mid to upper 20’s when the race starts. It won’t be so bad after we get started and the sun comes up, but while we’re waiting for the race to begin, it’s going to be chilly. That’s also why I got some hand warmers.

9.5 hours until the race starts. I’m going to get to bed soon.


After finishing the Philadelphia Marathon today, stuff Jeff and I went to a mall food court to make a quick podcast. We talk about things like the weather, the course being hillier than we remembered, friends who were running, and our overall performance. Let’s just say that I set a PR and Jeff did extremely well.
Most of this recording was made while team “In it for the T-Shirts Too” ran the Tussey mOUnTaiNBACK 50-mile relay through the hills of central Pennsylvania. The weather was beautiful and I have never had that much fun at a race!

Related Site:

I was poking around Facebook and saw an ad for this video about a guy who runs ultras. It’s not the complete awesomeness of Running on the Sun, sale but it’s still pretty cool — and free.

adiposity 0,0,0″ width=”500″ height=”333″ id=”EmbeddablePlayer”>
While I’m in Orlando, seek I took some time to go through some of the listener e-mail messages that have been coming in: chocolate milk, grip GO PHILLIES, symptoms exploding calves, and more…

Related Sites:

Jeff and I are finally in the studio together again. In this show, physician we talk about our training for the Philadelphia Marathon (completing our last long runs), what we’ll be doing in Philadelphia, a listener question about stretching, and some shoutouts to friends and listeners who have run or who are about to run their big race. Good luck everyone!

Related sites:

We’re seven days out from the 2008 Philadelphia Marathon. Jeff and I talk about what we’re doing this week, unhealthy what the weather is supposed to be like, wearing pink hats, the meet up after the race, and some comments from listeners.




Laying out my running stuff

Originally uploaded by agyorke102

Before going to the race expo, price I have learned to lay out all of my stuff: hat, gerontologist shoes, more about gloves, shirts, tights, pants, underwear, socks, technology, gels, etc… If I’ve forgotten anything, I can always pick it up at the race expo.

This picture was actually taken after the expo. I have my number that is already half-pinned to the vest I’ll be wearing. Missing from this picture is the SPI belt that I’ll be wearing to help carry the ginger chews that I’ll be taking along (from ZombieRunner.com). Ginger chews are a nice and refreshing during long runs and they can help settle your stomach if that’s a problem.

There is more gear here than normal. I’ll be taking the iPod to track my pace throughout the course. The iPhone is so I can get text updates from as other runners cross milestones along the way. The Mino video camera is to record the race experience. And then there is a lot more clothing than normal because it is supposed to be in the mid to upper 20’s when the race starts. It won’t be so bad after we get started and the sun comes up, but while we’re waiting for the race to begin, it’s going to be chilly. That’s also why I got some hand warmers.

9.5 hours until the race starts. I’m going to get to bed soon.


After finishing the Philadelphia Marathon today, stuff Jeff and I went to a mall food court to make a quick podcast. We talk about things like the weather, the course being hillier than we remembered, friends who were running, and our overall performance. Let’s just say that I set a PR and Jeff did extremely well.
After a few weeks off, help Jeff and I talk about what our training has been like lately, sildenafil what races we’re planning for 2009 and beyond, the Triathlete’s Training Bible, and some product reviews. Thanks again to all of those who wished us well before our marathon or congratulated us afterward.
Most of this recording was made while team “In it for the T-Shirts Too” ran the Tussey mOUnTaiNBACK 50-mile relay through the hills of central Pennsylvania. The weather was beautiful and I have never had that much fun at a race!

Related Site:

I was poking around Facebook and saw an ad for this video about a guy who runs ultras. It’s not the complete awesomeness of Running on the Sun, sale but it’s still pretty cool — and free.

adiposity 0,0,0″ width=”500″ height=”333″ id=”EmbeddablePlayer”>
While I’m in Orlando, seek I took some time to go through some of the listener e-mail messages that have been coming in: chocolate milk, grip GO PHILLIES, symptoms exploding calves, and more…

Related Sites:

Jeff and I are finally in the studio together again. In this show, physician we talk about our training for the Philadelphia Marathon (completing our last long runs), what we’ll be doing in Philadelphia, a listener question about stretching, and some shoutouts to friends and listeners who have run or who are about to run their big race. Good luck everyone!

Related sites:

We’re seven days out from the 2008 Philadelphia Marathon. Jeff and I talk about what we’re doing this week, unhealthy what the weather is supposed to be like, wearing pink hats, the meet up after the race, and some comments from listeners.




Laying out my running stuff

Originally uploaded by agyorke102

Before going to the race expo, price I have learned to lay out all of my stuff: hat, gerontologist shoes, more about gloves, shirts, tights, pants, underwear, socks, technology, gels, etc… If I’ve forgotten anything, I can always pick it up at the race expo.

This picture was actually taken after the expo. I have my number that is already half-pinned to the vest I’ll be wearing. Missing from this picture is the SPI belt that I’ll be wearing to help carry the ginger chews that I’ll be taking along (from ZombieRunner.com). Ginger chews are a nice and refreshing during long runs and they can help settle your stomach if that’s a problem.

There is more gear here than normal. I’ll be taking the iPod to track my pace throughout the course. The iPhone is so I can get text updates from as other runners cross milestones along the way. The Mino video camera is to record the race experience. And then there is a lot more clothing than normal because it is supposed to be in the mid to upper 20’s when the race starts. It won’t be so bad after we get started and the sun comes up, but while we’re waiting for the race to begin, it’s going to be chilly. That’s also why I got some hand warmers.

9.5 hours until the race starts. I’m going to get to bed soon.


After finishing the Philadelphia Marathon today, stuff Jeff and I went to a mall food court to make a quick podcast. We talk about things like the weather, the course being hillier than we remembered, friends who were running, and our overall performance. Let’s just say that I set a PR and Jeff did extremely well.
After a few weeks off, help Jeff and I talk about what our training has been like lately, sildenafil what races we’re planning for 2009 and beyond, the Triathlete’s Training Bible, and some product reviews. Thanks again to all of those who wished us well before our marathon or congratulated us afterward.
In several segments over a couple of days, health care I drive down to get my nephews and talk about Runcast.TV. Then I talk to my sister (the original runner in my family) and get into some thoughts about New Year’s resolutions.
Most of this recording was made while team “In it for the T-Shirts Too” ran the Tussey mOUnTaiNBACK 50-mile relay through the hills of central Pennsylvania. The weather was beautiful and I have never had that much fun at a race!

Related Site:

I was poking around Facebook and saw an ad for this video about a guy who runs ultras. It’s not the complete awesomeness of Running on the Sun, sale but it’s still pretty cool — and free.

adiposity 0,0,0″ width=”500″ height=”333″ id=”EmbeddablePlayer”>
While I’m in Orlando, seek I took some time to go through some of the listener e-mail messages that have been coming in: chocolate milk, grip GO PHILLIES, symptoms exploding calves, and more…

Related Sites:

Jeff and I are finally in the studio together again. In this show, physician we talk about our training for the Philadelphia Marathon (completing our last long runs), what we’ll be doing in Philadelphia, a listener question about stretching, and some shoutouts to friends and listeners who have run or who are about to run their big race. Good luck everyone!

Related sites:

We’re seven days out from the 2008 Philadelphia Marathon. Jeff and I talk about what we’re doing this week, unhealthy what the weather is supposed to be like, wearing pink hats, the meet up after the race, and some comments from listeners.




Laying out my running stuff

Originally uploaded by agyorke102

Before going to the race expo, price I have learned to lay out all of my stuff: hat, gerontologist shoes, more about gloves, shirts, tights, pants, underwear, socks, technology, gels, etc… If I’ve forgotten anything, I can always pick it up at the race expo.

This picture was actually taken after the expo. I have my number that is already half-pinned to the vest I’ll be wearing. Missing from this picture is the SPI belt that I’ll be wearing to help carry the ginger chews that I’ll be taking along (from ZombieRunner.com). Ginger chews are a nice and refreshing during long runs and they can help settle your stomach if that’s a problem.

There is more gear here than normal. I’ll be taking the iPod to track my pace throughout the course. The iPhone is so I can get text updates from as other runners cross milestones along the way. The Mino video camera is to record the race experience. And then there is a lot more clothing than normal because it is supposed to be in the mid to upper 20’s when the race starts. It won’t be so bad after we get started and the sun comes up, but while we’re waiting for the race to begin, it’s going to be chilly. That’s also why I got some hand warmers.

9.5 hours until the race starts. I’m going to get to bed soon.


After finishing the Philadelphia Marathon today, stuff Jeff and I went to a mall food court to make a quick podcast. We talk about things like the weather, the course being hillier than we remembered, friends who were running, and our overall performance. Let’s just say that I set a PR and Jeff did extremely well.
After a few weeks off, help Jeff and I talk about what our training has been like lately, sildenafil what races we’re planning for 2009 and beyond, the Triathlete’s Training Bible, and some product reviews. Thanks again to all of those who wished us well before our marathon or congratulated us afterward.
In several segments over a couple of days, health care I drive down to get my nephews and talk about Runcast.TV. Then I talk to my sister (the original runner in my family) and get into some thoughts about New Year’s resolutions.
After the holidays and my vacation in Orlando, this site Jeff and I talk about the holiday damage, treatment the Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend, our interest in triathlons and ultramarathons, using Borax to control smelly clothes, and the value of investing (in your health and finances). Get that body moving in the new year folks, it’s going to be a good one!
Most of this recording was made while team “In it for the T-Shirts Too” ran the Tussey mOUnTaiNBACK 50-mile relay through the hills of central Pennsylvania. The weather was beautiful and I have never had that much fun at a race!

Related Site:

I was poking around Facebook and saw an ad for this video about a guy who runs ultras. It’s not the complete awesomeness of Running on the Sun, sale but it’s still pretty cool — and free.

adiposity 0,0,0″ width=”500″ height=”333″ id=”EmbeddablePlayer”>
While I’m in Orlando, seek I took some time to go through some of the listener e-mail messages that have been coming in: chocolate milk, grip GO PHILLIES, symptoms exploding calves, and more…

Related Sites:

Jeff and I are finally in the studio together again. In this show, physician we talk about our training for the Philadelphia Marathon (completing our last long runs), what we’ll be doing in Philadelphia, a listener question about stretching, and some shoutouts to friends and listeners who have run or who are about to run their big race. Good luck everyone!

Related sites:

We’re seven days out from the 2008 Philadelphia Marathon. Jeff and I talk about what we’re doing this week, unhealthy what the weather is supposed to be like, wearing pink hats, the meet up after the race, and some comments from listeners.




Laying out my running stuff

Originally uploaded by agyorke102

Before going to the race expo, price I have learned to lay out all of my stuff: hat, gerontologist shoes, more about gloves, shirts, tights, pants, underwear, socks, technology, gels, etc… If I’ve forgotten anything, I can always pick it up at the race expo.

This picture was actually taken after the expo. I have my number that is already half-pinned to the vest I’ll be wearing. Missing from this picture is the SPI belt that I’ll be wearing to help carry the ginger chews that I’ll be taking along (from ZombieRunner.com). Ginger chews are a nice and refreshing during long runs and they can help settle your stomach if that’s a problem.

There is more gear here than normal. I’ll be taking the iPod to track my pace throughout the course. The iPhone is so I can get text updates from as other runners cross milestones along the way. The Mino video camera is to record the race experience. And then there is a lot more clothing than normal because it is supposed to be in the mid to upper 20’s when the race starts. It won’t be so bad after we get started and the sun comes up, but while we’re waiting for the race to begin, it’s going to be chilly. That’s also why I got some hand warmers.

9.5 hours until the race starts. I’m going to get to bed soon.


After finishing the Philadelphia Marathon today, stuff Jeff and I went to a mall food court to make a quick podcast. We talk about things like the weather, the course being hillier than we remembered, friends who were running, and our overall performance. Let’s just say that I set a PR and Jeff did extremely well.
After a few weeks off, help Jeff and I talk about what our training has been like lately, sildenafil what races we’re planning for 2009 and beyond, the Triathlete’s Training Bible, and some product reviews. Thanks again to all of those who wished us well before our marathon or congratulated us afterward.
In several segments over a couple of days, health care I drive down to get my nephews and talk about Runcast.TV. Then I talk to my sister (the original runner in my family) and get into some thoughts about New Year’s resolutions.
After the holidays and my vacation in Orlando, this site Jeff and I talk about the holiday damage, treatment the Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend, our interest in triathlons and ultramarathons, using Borax to control smelly clothes, and the value of investing (in your health and finances). Get that body moving in the new year folks, it’s going to be a good one!
Jeff and I talked about our potential marathon plans for this spring (Cleveland or Pittsburgh), obesity my triathlon ambitions, patient Jeff’s Weight Watchers update, a question about playlists and the new iPod rules, and then some responses to questions and comments from our listeners.
Most of this recording was made while team “In it for the T-Shirts Too” ran the Tussey mOUnTaiNBACK 50-mile relay through the hills of central Pennsylvania. The weather was beautiful and I have never had that much fun at a race!

Related Site:

I was poking around Facebook and saw an ad for this video about a guy who runs ultras. It’s not the complete awesomeness of Running on the Sun, sale but it’s still pretty cool — and free.

adiposity 0,0,0″ width=”500″ height=”333″ id=”EmbeddablePlayer”>
While I’m in Orlando, seek I took some time to go through some of the listener e-mail messages that have been coming in: chocolate milk, grip GO PHILLIES, symptoms exploding calves, and more…

Related Sites:

Jeff and I are finally in the studio together again. In this show, physician we talk about our training for the Philadelphia Marathon (completing our last long runs), what we’ll be doing in Philadelphia, a listener question about stretching, and some shoutouts to friends and listeners who have run or who are about to run their big race. Good luck everyone!

Related sites:

We’re seven days out from the 2008 Philadelphia Marathon. Jeff and I talk about what we’re doing this week, unhealthy what the weather is supposed to be like, wearing pink hats, the meet up after the race, and some comments from listeners.




Laying out my running stuff

Originally uploaded by agyorke102

Before going to the race expo, price I have learned to lay out all of my stuff: hat, gerontologist shoes, more about gloves, shirts, tights, pants, underwear, socks, technology, gels, etc… If I’ve forgotten anything, I can always pick it up at the race expo.

This picture was actually taken after the expo. I have my number that is already half-pinned to the vest I’ll be wearing. Missing from this picture is the SPI belt that I’ll be wearing to help carry the ginger chews that I’ll be taking along (from ZombieRunner.com). Ginger chews are a nice and refreshing during long runs and they can help settle your stomach if that’s a problem.

There is more gear here than normal. I’ll be taking the iPod to track my pace throughout the course. The iPhone is so I can get text updates from as other runners cross milestones along the way. The Mino video camera is to record the race experience. And then there is a lot more clothing than normal because it is supposed to be in the mid to upper 20’s when the race starts. It won’t be so bad after we get started and the sun comes up, but while we’re waiting for the race to begin, it’s going to be chilly. That’s also why I got some hand warmers.

9.5 hours until the race starts. I’m going to get to bed soon.


After finishing the Philadelphia Marathon today, stuff Jeff and I went to a mall food court to make a quick podcast. We talk about things like the weather, the course being hillier than we remembered, friends who were running, and our overall performance. Let’s just say that I set a PR and Jeff did extremely well.
After a few weeks off, help Jeff and I talk about what our training has been like lately, sildenafil what races we’re planning for 2009 and beyond, the Triathlete’s Training Bible, and some product reviews. Thanks again to all of those who wished us well before our marathon or congratulated us afterward.
In several segments over a couple of days, health care I drive down to get my nephews and talk about Runcast.TV. Then I talk to my sister (the original runner in my family) and get into some thoughts about New Year’s resolutions.
After the holidays and my vacation in Orlando, this site Jeff and I talk about the holiday damage, treatment the Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend, our interest in triathlons and ultramarathons, using Borax to control smelly clothes, and the value of investing (in your health and finances). Get that body moving in the new year folks, it’s going to be a good one!
Jeff and I talked about our potential marathon plans for this spring (Cleveland or Pittsburgh), obesity my triathlon ambitions, patient Jeff’s Weight Watchers update, a question about playlists and the new iPod rules, and then some responses to questions and comments from our listeners.
This week, this I’m recording solo. I talk about exercising while you have a cold, my initial thoughts about getting into triathlons, and listener mail about topics such as shoes, weight control, health, tri suits, and what some of our listeners have been up to. Enjoy!
Most of this recording was made while team “In it for the T-Shirts Too” ran the Tussey mOUnTaiNBACK 50-mile relay through the hills of central Pennsylvania. The weather was beautiful and I have never had that much fun at a race!

Related Site:

I was poking around Facebook and saw an ad for this video about a guy who runs ultras. It’s not the complete awesomeness of Running on the Sun, sale but it’s still pretty cool — and free.

adiposity 0,0,0″ width=”500″ height=”333″ id=”EmbeddablePlayer”>
While I’m in Orlando, seek I took some time to go through some of the listener e-mail messages that have been coming in: chocolate milk, grip GO PHILLIES, symptoms exploding calves, and more…

Related Sites:

Jeff and I are finally in the studio together again. In this show, physician we talk about our training for the Philadelphia Marathon (completing our last long runs), what we’ll be doing in Philadelphia, a listener question about stretching, and some shoutouts to friends and listeners who have run or who are about to run their big race. Good luck everyone!

Related sites:

We’re seven days out from the 2008 Philadelphia Marathon. Jeff and I talk about what we’re doing this week, unhealthy what the weather is supposed to be like, wearing pink hats, the meet up after the race, and some comments from listeners.




Laying out my running stuff

Originally uploaded by agyorke102

Before going to the race expo, price I have learned to lay out all of my stuff: hat, gerontologist shoes, more about gloves, shirts, tights, pants, underwear, socks, technology, gels, etc… If I’ve forgotten anything, I can always pick it up at the race expo.

This picture was actually taken after the expo. I have my number that is already half-pinned to the vest I’ll be wearing. Missing from this picture is the SPI belt that I’ll be wearing to help carry the ginger chews that I’ll be taking along (from ZombieRunner.com). Ginger chews are a nice and refreshing during long runs and they can help settle your stomach if that’s a problem.

There is more gear here than normal. I’ll be taking the iPod to track my pace throughout the course. The iPhone is so I can get text updates from as other runners cross milestones along the way. The Mino video camera is to record the race experience. And then there is a lot more clothing than normal because it is supposed to be in the mid to upper 20’s when the race starts. It won’t be so bad after we get started and the sun comes up, but while we’re waiting for the race to begin, it’s going to be chilly. That’s also why I got some hand warmers.

9.5 hours until the race starts. I’m going to get to bed soon.


After finishing the Philadelphia Marathon today, stuff Jeff and I went to a mall food court to make a quick podcast. We talk about things like the weather, the course being hillier than we remembered, friends who were running, and our overall performance. Let’s just say that I set a PR and Jeff did extremely well.
After a few weeks off, help Jeff and I talk about what our training has been like lately, sildenafil what races we’re planning for 2009 and beyond, the Triathlete’s Training Bible, and some product reviews. Thanks again to all of those who wished us well before our marathon or congratulated us afterward.
In several segments over a couple of days, health care I drive down to get my nephews and talk about Runcast.TV. Then I talk to my sister (the original runner in my family) and get into some thoughts about New Year’s resolutions.
After the holidays and my vacation in Orlando, this site Jeff and I talk about the holiday damage, treatment the Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend, our interest in triathlons and ultramarathons, using Borax to control smelly clothes, and the value of investing (in your health and finances). Get that body moving in the new year folks, it’s going to be a good one!
Jeff and I talked about our potential marathon plans for this spring (Cleveland or Pittsburgh), obesity my triathlon ambitions, patient Jeff’s Weight Watchers update, a question about playlists and the new iPod rules, and then some responses to questions and comments from our listeners.
This week, this I’m recording solo. I talk about exercising while you have a cold, my initial thoughts about getting into triathlons, and listener mail about topics such as shoes, weight control, health, tri suits, and what some of our listeners have been up to. Enjoy!
This week, viagra 100mg Jeff and I talk about our recent workouts, practicing what I preach (workouts with bronchitis), my triathlon training, my growing “lady entourage”, Valentine’s Day, Comments from Kim and Ryan, and a few other miscellaneous items.
Most of this recording was made while team “In it for the T-Shirts Too” ran the Tussey mOUnTaiNBACK 50-mile relay through the hills of central Pennsylvania. The weather was beautiful and I have never had that much fun at a race!

Related Site:

I was poking around Facebook and saw an ad for this video about a guy who runs ultras. It’s not the complete awesomeness of Running on the Sun, sale but it’s still pretty cool — and free.

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While I’m in Orlando, seek I took some time to go through some of the listener e-mail messages that have been coming in: chocolate milk, grip GO PHILLIES, symptoms exploding calves, and more…

Related Sites:

Jeff and I are finally in the studio together again. In this show, physician we talk about our training for the Philadelphia Marathon (completing our last long runs), what we’ll be doing in Philadelphia, a listener question about stretching, and some shoutouts to friends and listeners who have run or who are about to run their big race. Good luck everyone!

Related sites:

We’re seven days out from the 2008 Philadelphia Marathon. Jeff and I talk about what we’re doing this week, unhealthy what the weather is supposed to be like, wearing pink hats, the meet up after the race, and some comments from listeners.




Laying out my running stuff

Originally uploaded by agyorke102

Before going to the race expo, price I have learned to lay out all of my stuff: hat, gerontologist shoes, more about gloves, shirts, tights, pants, underwear, socks, technology, gels, etc… If I’ve forgotten anything, I can always pick it up at the race expo.

This picture was actually taken after the expo. I have my number that is already half-pinned to the vest I’ll be wearing. Missing from this picture is the SPI belt that I’ll be wearing to help carry the ginger chews that I’ll be taking along (from ZombieRunner.com). Ginger chews are a nice and refreshing during long runs and they can help settle your stomach if that’s a problem.

There is more gear here than normal. I’ll be taking the iPod to track my pace throughout the course. The iPhone is so I can get text updates from as other runners cross milestones along the way. The Mino video camera is to record the race experience. And then there is a lot more clothing than normal because it is supposed to be in the mid to upper 20’s when the race starts. It won’t be so bad after we get started and the sun comes up, but while we’re waiting for the race to begin, it’s going to be chilly. That’s also why I got some hand warmers.

9.5 hours until the race starts. I’m going to get to bed soon.


After finishing the Philadelphia Marathon today, stuff Jeff and I went to a mall food court to make a quick podcast. We talk about things like the weather, the course being hillier than we remembered, friends who were running, and our overall performance. Let’s just say that I set a PR and Jeff did extremely well.
After a few weeks off, help Jeff and I talk about what our training has been like lately, sildenafil what races we’re planning for 2009 and beyond, the Triathlete’s Training Bible, and some product reviews. Thanks again to all of those who wished us well before our marathon or congratulated us afterward.
In several segments over a couple of days, health care I drive down to get my nephews and talk about Runcast.TV. Then I talk to my sister (the original runner in my family) and get into some thoughts about New Year’s resolutions.
After the holidays and my vacation in Orlando, this site Jeff and I talk about the holiday damage, treatment the Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend, our interest in triathlons and ultramarathons, using Borax to control smelly clothes, and the value of investing (in your health and finances). Get that body moving in the new year folks, it’s going to be a good one!
Jeff and I talked about our potential marathon plans for this spring (Cleveland or Pittsburgh), obesity my triathlon ambitions, patient Jeff’s Weight Watchers update, a question about playlists and the new iPod rules, and then some responses to questions and comments from our listeners.
This week, this I’m recording solo. I talk about exercising while you have a cold, my initial thoughts about getting into triathlons, and listener mail about topics such as shoes, weight control, health, tri suits, and what some of our listeners have been up to. Enjoy!
This week, viagra 100mg Jeff and I talk about our recent workouts, practicing what I preach (workouts with bronchitis), my triathlon training, my growing “lady entourage”, Valentine’s Day, Comments from Kim and Ryan, and a few other miscellaneous items.
Jeff and I watched Ultramarathon Man on DVD this week. We review the movie and talk about Dean Karnazes’s book of the same name. I talk about the book “Your First Triathlon”, generic and then we discuss Weight Watchers and listener comments.
Most of this recording was made while team “In it for the T-Shirts Too” ran the Tussey mOUnTaiNBACK 50-mile relay through the hills of central Pennsylvania. The weather was beautiful and I have never had that much fun at a race!

Related Site:

I was poking around Facebook and saw an ad for this video about a guy who runs ultras. It’s not the complete awesomeness of Running on the Sun, sale but it’s still pretty cool — and free.

adiposity 0,0,0″ width=”500″ height=”333″ id=”EmbeddablePlayer”>
While I’m in Orlando, seek I took some time to go through some of the listener e-mail messages that have been coming in: chocolate milk, grip GO PHILLIES, symptoms exploding calves, and more…

Related Sites:

Jeff and I are finally in the studio together again. In this show, physician we talk about our training for the Philadelphia Marathon (completing our last long runs), what we’ll be doing in Philadelphia, a listener question about stretching, and some shoutouts to friends and listeners who have run or who are about to run their big race. Good luck everyone!

Related sites:

We’re seven days out from the 2008 Philadelphia Marathon. Jeff and I talk about what we’re doing this week, unhealthy what the weather is supposed to be like, wearing pink hats, the meet up after the race, and some comments from listeners.




Laying out my running stuff

Originally uploaded by agyorke102

Before going to the race expo, price I have learned to lay out all of my stuff: hat, gerontologist shoes, more about gloves, shirts, tights, pants, underwear, socks, technology, gels, etc… If I’ve forgotten anything, I can always pick it up at the race expo.

This picture was actually taken after the expo. I have my number that is already half-pinned to the vest I’ll be wearing. Missing from this picture is the SPI belt that I’ll be wearing to help carry the ginger chews that I’ll be taking along (from ZombieRunner.com). Ginger chews are a nice and refreshing during long runs and they can help settle your stomach if that’s a problem.

There is more gear here than normal. I’ll be taking the iPod to track my pace throughout the course. The iPhone is so I can get text updates from as other runners cross milestones along the way. The Mino video camera is to record the race experience. And then there is a lot more clothing than normal because it is supposed to be in the mid to upper 20’s when the race starts. It won’t be so bad after we get started and the sun comes up, but while we’re waiting for the race to begin, it’s going to be chilly. That’s also why I got some hand warmers.

9.5 hours until the race starts. I’m going to get to bed soon.


After finishing the Philadelphia Marathon today, stuff Jeff and I went to a mall food court to make a quick podcast. We talk about things like the weather, the course being hillier than we remembered, friends who were running, and our overall performance. Let’s just say that I set a PR and Jeff did extremely well.
After a few weeks off, help Jeff and I talk about what our training has been like lately, sildenafil what races we’re planning for 2009 and beyond, the Triathlete’s Training Bible, and some product reviews. Thanks again to all of those who wished us well before our marathon or congratulated us afterward.
In several segments over a couple of days, health care I drive down to get my nephews and talk about Runcast.TV. Then I talk to my sister (the original runner in my family) and get into some thoughts about New Year’s resolutions.
After the holidays and my vacation in Orlando, this site Jeff and I talk about the holiday damage, treatment the Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend, our interest in triathlons and ultramarathons, using Borax to control smelly clothes, and the value of investing (in your health and finances). Get that body moving in the new year folks, it’s going to be a good one!
Jeff and I talked about our potential marathon plans for this spring (Cleveland or Pittsburgh), obesity my triathlon ambitions, patient Jeff’s Weight Watchers update, a question about playlists and the new iPod rules, and then some responses to questions and comments from our listeners.
This week, this I’m recording solo. I talk about exercising while you have a cold, my initial thoughts about getting into triathlons, and listener mail about topics such as shoes, weight control, health, tri suits, and what some of our listeners have been up to. Enjoy!
This week, viagra 100mg Jeff and I talk about our recent workouts, practicing what I preach (workouts with bronchitis), my triathlon training, my growing “lady entourage”, Valentine’s Day, Comments from Kim and Ryan, and a few other miscellaneous items.
Jeff and I watched Ultramarathon Man on DVD this week. We review the movie and talk about Dean Karnazes’s book of the same name. I talk about the book “Your First Triathlon”, generic and then we discuss Weight Watchers and listener comments.
Jeff and I made our longest podcast to date. We talk about Jeff’s new Nike+ system, see shaving for sport performance, this the different lengths of triathlon races, comparisons of the success of different diet plans, thoughts about doing an ultramarathon, and whether it’s ever too late to learn to swim better.
Most of this recording was made while team “In it for the T-Shirts Too” ran the Tussey mOUnTaiNBACK 50-mile relay through the hills of central Pennsylvania. The weather was beautiful and I have never had that much fun at a race!

Related Site:

I was poking around Facebook and saw an ad for this video about a guy who runs ultras. It’s not the complete awesomeness of Running on the Sun, sale but it’s still pretty cool — and free.

adiposity 0,0,0″ width=”500″ height=”333″ id=”EmbeddablePlayer”>
While I’m in Orlando, seek I took some time to go through some of the listener e-mail messages that have been coming in: chocolate milk, grip GO PHILLIES, symptoms exploding calves, and more…

Related Sites:

Jeff and I are finally in the studio together again. In this show, physician we talk about our training for the Philadelphia Marathon (completing our last long runs), what we’ll be doing in Philadelphia, a listener question about stretching, and some shoutouts to friends and listeners who have run or who are about to run their big race. Good luck everyone!

Related sites:

We’re seven days out from the 2008 Philadelphia Marathon. Jeff and I talk about what we’re doing this week, unhealthy what the weather is supposed to be like, wearing pink hats, the meet up after the race, and some comments from listeners.




Laying out my running stuff

Originally uploaded by agyorke102

Before going to the race expo, price I have learned to lay out all of my stuff: hat, gerontologist shoes, more about gloves, shirts, tights, pants, underwear, socks, technology, gels, etc… If I’ve forgotten anything, I can always pick it up at the race expo.

This picture was actually taken after the expo. I have my number that is already half-pinned to the vest I’ll be wearing. Missing from this picture is the SPI belt that I’ll be wearing to help carry the ginger chews that I’ll be taking along (from ZombieRunner.com). Ginger chews are a nice and refreshing during long runs and they can help settle your stomach if that’s a problem.

There is more gear here than normal. I’ll be taking the iPod to track my pace throughout the course. The iPhone is so I can get text updates from as other runners cross milestones along the way. The Mino video camera is to record the race experience. And then there is a lot more clothing than normal because it is supposed to be in the mid to upper 20’s when the race starts. It won’t be so bad after we get started and the sun comes up, but while we’re waiting for the race to begin, it’s going to be chilly. That’s also why I got some hand warmers.

9.5 hours until the race starts. I’m going to get to bed soon.


After finishing the Philadelphia Marathon today, stuff Jeff and I went to a mall food court to make a quick podcast. We talk about things like the weather, the course being hillier than we remembered, friends who were running, and our overall performance. Let’s just say that I set a PR and Jeff did extremely well.
After a few weeks off, help Jeff and I talk about what our training has been like lately, sildenafil what races we’re planning for 2009 and beyond, the Triathlete’s Training Bible, and some product reviews. Thanks again to all of those who wished us well before our marathon or congratulated us afterward.
In several segments over a couple of days, health care I drive down to get my nephews and talk about Runcast.TV. Then I talk to my sister (the original runner in my family) and get into some thoughts about New Year’s resolutions.
After the holidays and my vacation in Orlando, this site Jeff and I talk about the holiday damage, treatment the Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend, our interest in triathlons and ultramarathons, using Borax to control smelly clothes, and the value of investing (in your health and finances). Get that body moving in the new year folks, it’s going to be a good one!
Jeff and I talked about our potential marathon plans for this spring (Cleveland or Pittsburgh), obesity my triathlon ambitions, patient Jeff’s Weight Watchers update, a question about playlists and the new iPod rules, and then some responses to questions and comments from our listeners.
This week, this I’m recording solo. I talk about exercising while you have a cold, my initial thoughts about getting into triathlons, and listener mail about topics such as shoes, weight control, health, tri suits, and what some of our listeners have been up to. Enjoy!
This week, viagra 100mg Jeff and I talk about our recent workouts, practicing what I preach (workouts with bronchitis), my triathlon training, my growing “lady entourage”, Valentine’s Day, Comments from Kim and Ryan, and a few other miscellaneous items.
Jeff and I watched Ultramarathon Man on DVD this week. We review the movie and talk about Dean Karnazes’s book of the same name. I talk about the book “Your First Triathlon”, generic and then we discuss Weight Watchers and listener comments.
Jeff and I made our longest podcast to date. We talk about Jeff’s new Nike+ system, see shaving for sport performance, this the different lengths of triathlon races, comparisons of the success of different diet plans, thoughts about doing an ultramarathon, and whether it’s ever too late to learn to swim better.
This week, generic Jeff and I talk about my bike purchase, decease getting back into longer runs outside, capsule Jeff’s Weight Watcher progress, Borateem versus Borax, the Back on My Feet article from Runner’s World, and a ton of mail and comments that we’ve gotten from our listeners. Thanks for writing in everyone! Also, good luck to Dave from Running in the Center of the Universe and Brandon from Brandon’s Marathon, who are both running marathons this month.
Most of this recording was made while team “In it for the T-Shirts Too” ran the Tussey mOUnTaiNBACK 50-mile relay through the hills of central Pennsylvania. The weather was beautiful and I have never had that much fun at a race!

Related Site:

I was poking around Facebook and saw an ad for this video about a guy who runs ultras. It’s not the complete awesomeness of Running on the Sun, sale but it’s still pretty cool — and free.

adiposity 0,0,0″ width=”500″ height=”333″ id=”EmbeddablePlayer”>
While I’m in Orlando, seek I took some time to go through some of the listener e-mail messages that have been coming in: chocolate milk, grip GO PHILLIES, symptoms exploding calves, and more…

Related Sites:

Jeff and I are finally in the studio together again. In this show, physician we talk about our training for the Philadelphia Marathon (completing our last long runs), what we’ll be doing in Philadelphia, a listener question about stretching, and some shoutouts to friends and listeners who have run or who are about to run their big race. Good luck everyone!

Related sites:

We’re seven days out from the 2008 Philadelphia Marathon. Jeff and I talk about what we’re doing this week, unhealthy what the weather is supposed to be like, wearing pink hats, the meet up after the race, and some comments from listeners.




Laying out my running stuff

Originally uploaded by agyorke102

Before going to the race expo, price I have learned to lay out all of my stuff: hat, gerontologist shoes, more about gloves, shirts, tights, pants, underwear, socks, technology, gels, etc… If I’ve forgotten anything, I can always pick it up at the race expo.

This picture was actually taken after the expo. I have my number that is already half-pinned to the vest I’ll be wearing. Missing from this picture is the SPI belt that I’ll be wearing to help carry the ginger chews that I’ll be taking along (from ZombieRunner.com). Ginger chews are a nice and refreshing during long runs and they can help settle your stomach if that’s a problem.

There is more gear here than normal. I’ll be taking the iPod to track my pace throughout the course. The iPhone is so I can get text updates from as other runners cross milestones along the way. The Mino video camera is to record the race experience. And then there is a lot more clothing than normal because it is supposed to be in the mid to upper 20’s when the race starts. It won’t be so bad after we get started and the sun comes up, but while we’re waiting for the race to begin, it’s going to be chilly. That’s also why I got some hand warmers.

9.5 hours until the race starts. I’m going to get to bed soon.


After finishing the Philadelphia Marathon today, stuff Jeff and I went to a mall food court to make a quick podcast. We talk about things like the weather, the course being hillier than we remembered, friends who were running, and our overall performance. Let’s just say that I set a PR and Jeff did extremely well.
After a few weeks off, help Jeff and I talk about what our training has been like lately, sildenafil what races we’re planning for 2009 and beyond, the Triathlete’s Training Bible, and some product reviews. Thanks again to all of those who wished us well before our marathon or congratulated us afterward.
In several segments over a couple of days, health care I drive down to get my nephews and talk about Runcast.TV. Then I talk to my sister (the original runner in my family) and get into some thoughts about New Year’s resolutions.
After the holidays and my vacation in Orlando, this site Jeff and I talk about the holiday damage, treatment the Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend, our interest in triathlons and ultramarathons, using Borax to control smelly clothes, and the value of investing (in your health and finances). Get that body moving in the new year folks, it’s going to be a good one!
Jeff and I talked about our potential marathon plans for this spring (Cleveland or Pittsburgh), obesity my triathlon ambitions, patient Jeff’s Weight Watchers update, a question about playlists and the new iPod rules, and then some responses to questions and comments from our listeners.
This week, this I’m recording solo. I talk about exercising while you have a cold, my initial thoughts about getting into triathlons, and listener mail about topics such as shoes, weight control, health, tri suits, and what some of our listeners have been up to. Enjoy!
This week, viagra 100mg Jeff and I talk about our recent workouts, practicing what I preach (workouts with bronchitis), my triathlon training, my growing “lady entourage”, Valentine’s Day, Comments from Kim and Ryan, and a few other miscellaneous items.
Jeff and I watched Ultramarathon Man on DVD this week. We review the movie and talk about Dean Karnazes’s book of the same name. I talk about the book “Your First Triathlon”, generic and then we discuss Weight Watchers and listener comments.
Jeff and I made our longest podcast to date. We talk about Jeff’s new Nike+ system, see shaving for sport performance, this the different lengths of triathlon races, comparisons of the success of different diet plans, thoughts about doing an ultramarathon, and whether it’s ever too late to learn to swim better.
This week, generic Jeff and I talk about my bike purchase, decease getting back into longer runs outside, capsule Jeff’s Weight Watcher progress, Borateem versus Borax, the Back on My Feet article from Runner’s World, and a ton of mail and comments that we’ve gotten from our listeners. Thanks for writing in everyone! Also, good luck to Dave from Running in the Center of the Universe and Brandon from Brandon’s Marathon, who are both running marathons this month.
Thanks to Kelownagurl for letting me know about Ultradad’s status and helping me heal my “bike injury”. The other segment is about Brandon’s Marathon and the difficulties of balancing family, approved work, training, and podcasting.
Most of this recording was made while team “In it for the T-Shirts Too” ran the Tussey mOUnTaiNBACK 50-mile relay through the hills of central Pennsylvania. The weather was beautiful and I have never had that much fun at a race!

Related Site:

I was poking around Facebook and saw an ad for this video about a guy who runs ultras. It’s not the complete awesomeness of Running on the Sun, sale but it’s still pretty cool — and free.

adiposity 0,0,0″ width=”500″ height=”333″ id=”EmbeddablePlayer”>
While I’m in Orlando, seek I took some time to go through some of the listener e-mail messages that have been coming in: chocolate milk, grip GO PHILLIES, symptoms exploding calves, and more…

Related Sites:

Jeff and I are finally in the studio together again. In this show, physician we talk about our training for the Philadelphia Marathon (completing our last long runs), what we’ll be doing in Philadelphia, a listener question about stretching, and some shoutouts to friends and listeners who have run or who are about to run their big race. Good luck everyone!

Related sites:

We’re seven days out from the 2008 Philadelphia Marathon. Jeff and I talk about what we’re doing this week, unhealthy what the weather is supposed to be like, wearing pink hats, the meet up after the race, and some comments from listeners.




Laying out my running stuff

Originally uploaded by agyorke102

Before going to the race expo, price I have learned to lay out all of my stuff: hat, gerontologist shoes, more about gloves, shirts, tights, pants, underwear, socks, technology, gels, etc… If I’ve forgotten anything, I can always pick it up at the race expo.

This picture was actually taken after the expo. I have my number that is already half-pinned to the vest I’ll be wearing. Missing from this picture is the SPI belt that I’ll be wearing to help carry the ginger chews that I’ll be taking along (from ZombieRunner.com). Ginger chews are a nice and refreshing during long runs and they can help settle your stomach if that’s a problem.

There is more gear here than normal. I’ll be taking the iPod to track my pace throughout the course. The iPhone is so I can get text updates from as other runners cross milestones along the way. The Mino video camera is to record the race experience. And then there is a lot more clothing than normal because it is supposed to be in the mid to upper 20’s when the race starts. It won’t be so bad after we get started and the sun comes up, but while we’re waiting for the race to begin, it’s going to be chilly. That’s also why I got some hand warmers.

9.5 hours until the race starts. I’m going to get to bed soon.


After finishing the Philadelphia Marathon today, stuff Jeff and I went to a mall food court to make a quick podcast. We talk about things like the weather, the course being hillier than we remembered, friends who were running, and our overall performance. Let’s just say that I set a PR and Jeff did extremely well.
After a few weeks off, help Jeff and I talk about what our training has been like lately, sildenafil what races we’re planning for 2009 and beyond, the Triathlete’s Training Bible, and some product reviews. Thanks again to all of those who wished us well before our marathon or congratulated us afterward.
In several segments over a couple of days, health care I drive down to get my nephews and talk about Runcast.TV. Then I talk to my sister (the original runner in my family) and get into some thoughts about New Year’s resolutions.
After the holidays and my vacation in Orlando, this site Jeff and I talk about the holiday damage, treatment the Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend, our interest in triathlons and ultramarathons, using Borax to control smelly clothes, and the value of investing (in your health and finances). Get that body moving in the new year folks, it’s going to be a good one!
Jeff and I talked about our potential marathon plans for this spring (Cleveland or Pittsburgh), obesity my triathlon ambitions, patient Jeff’s Weight Watchers update, a question about playlists and the new iPod rules, and then some responses to questions and comments from our listeners.
This week, this I’m recording solo. I talk about exercising while you have a cold, my initial thoughts about getting into triathlons, and listener mail about topics such as shoes, weight control, health, tri suits, and what some of our listeners have been up to. Enjoy!
This week, viagra 100mg Jeff and I talk about our recent workouts, practicing what I preach (workouts with bronchitis), my triathlon training, my growing “lady entourage”, Valentine’s Day, Comments from Kim and Ryan, and a few other miscellaneous items.
Jeff and I watched Ultramarathon Man on DVD this week. We review the movie and talk about Dean Karnazes’s book of the same name. I talk about the book “Your First Triathlon”, generic and then we discuss Weight Watchers and listener comments.
Jeff and I made our longest podcast to date. We talk about Jeff’s new Nike+ system, see shaving for sport performance, this the different lengths of triathlon races, comparisons of the success of different diet plans, thoughts about doing an ultramarathon, and whether it’s ever too late to learn to swim better.
This week, generic Jeff and I talk about my bike purchase, decease getting back into longer runs outside, capsule Jeff’s Weight Watcher progress, Borateem versus Borax, the Back on My Feet article from Runner’s World, and a ton of mail and comments that we’ve gotten from our listeners. Thanks for writing in everyone! Also, good luck to Dave from Running in the Center of the Universe and Brandon from Brandon’s Marathon, who are both running marathons this month.
Thanks to Kelownagurl for letting me know about Ultradad’s status and helping me heal my “bike injury”. The other segment is about Brandon’s Marathon and the difficulties of balancing family, approved work, training, and podcasting.
Thanks to Kelownagurl for letting me know about Ultradad’s status and helping me heal my “bike injury”. The other segment is about Brandon’s Marathon and the difficulties of balancing family, approved work, training, and podcasting.
Jeff is back this week. We talk a bit about my new bike, public health
an attempt at buying a triathlon suit, anesthetist
some problems with running motivation, and several notes that we received about running ultramarathons. Good luck to Brandon Wood, who is completing this first marathon as I write this.
Most of this recording was made while team “In it for the T-Shirts Too” ran the Tussey mOUnTaiNBACK 50-mile relay through the hills of central Pennsylvania. The weather was beautiful and I have never had that much fun at a race!

Related Site:

I was poking around Facebook and saw an ad for this video about a guy who runs ultras. It’s not the complete awesomeness of Running on the Sun, sale but it’s still pretty cool — and free.

adiposity 0,0,0″ width=”500″ height=”333″ id=”EmbeddablePlayer”>
While I’m in Orlando, seek I took some time to go through some of the listener e-mail messages that have been coming in: chocolate milk, grip GO PHILLIES, symptoms exploding calves, and more…

Related Sites:

Jeff and I are finally in the studio together again. In this show, physician we talk about our training for the Philadelphia Marathon (completing our last long runs), what we’ll be doing in Philadelphia, a listener question about stretching, and some shoutouts to friends and listeners who have run or who are about to run their big race. Good luck everyone!

Related sites:

We’re seven days out from the 2008 Philadelphia Marathon. Jeff and I talk about what we’re doing this week, unhealthy what the weather is supposed to be like, wearing pink hats, the meet up after the race, and some comments from listeners.




Laying out my running stuff

Originally uploaded by agyorke102

Before going to the race expo, price I have learned to lay out all of my stuff: hat, gerontologist shoes, more about gloves, shirts, tights, pants, underwear, socks, technology, gels, etc… If I’ve forgotten anything, I can always pick it up at the race expo.

This picture was actually taken after the expo. I have my number that is already half-pinned to the vest I’ll be wearing. Missing from this picture is the SPI belt that I’ll be wearing to help carry the ginger chews that I’ll be taking along (from ZombieRunner.com). Ginger chews are a nice and refreshing during long runs and they can help settle your stomach if that’s a problem.

There is more gear here than normal. I’ll be taking the iPod to track my pace throughout the course. The iPhone is so I can get text updates from as other runners cross milestones along the way. The Mino video camera is to record the race experience. And then there is a lot more clothing than normal because it is supposed to be in the mid to upper 20’s when the race starts. It won’t be so bad after we get started and the sun comes up, but while we’re waiting for the race to begin, it’s going to be chilly. That’s also why I got some hand warmers.

9.5 hours until the race starts. I’m going to get to bed soon.


After finishing the Philadelphia Marathon today, stuff Jeff and I went to a mall food court to make a quick podcast. We talk about things like the weather, the course being hillier than we remembered, friends who were running, and our overall performance. Let’s just say that I set a PR and Jeff did extremely well.
After a few weeks off, help Jeff and I talk about what our training has been like lately, sildenafil what races we’re planning for 2009 and beyond, the Triathlete’s Training Bible, and some product reviews. Thanks again to all of those who wished us well before our marathon or congratulated us afterward.
In several segments over a couple of days, health care I drive down to get my nephews and talk about Runcast.TV. Then I talk to my sister (the original runner in my family) and get into some thoughts about New Year’s resolutions.
After the holidays and my vacation in Orlando, this site Jeff and I talk about the holiday damage, treatment the Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend, our interest in triathlons and ultramarathons, using Borax to control smelly clothes, and the value of investing (in your health and finances). Get that body moving in the new year folks, it’s going to be a good one!
Jeff and I talked about our potential marathon plans for this spring (Cleveland or Pittsburgh), obesity my triathlon ambitions, patient Jeff’s Weight Watchers update, a question about playlists and the new iPod rules, and then some responses to questions and comments from our listeners.
This week, this I’m recording solo. I talk about exercising while you have a cold, my initial thoughts about getting into triathlons, and listener mail about topics such as shoes, weight control, health, tri suits, and what some of our listeners have been up to. Enjoy!
This week, viagra 100mg Jeff and I talk about our recent workouts, practicing what I preach (workouts with bronchitis), my triathlon training, my growing “lady entourage”, Valentine’s Day, Comments from Kim and Ryan, and a few other miscellaneous items.
Jeff and I watched Ultramarathon Man on DVD this week. We review the movie and talk about Dean Karnazes’s book of the same name. I talk about the book “Your First Triathlon”, generic and then we discuss Weight Watchers and listener comments.
Jeff and I made our longest podcast to date. We talk about Jeff’s new Nike+ system, see shaving for sport performance, this the different lengths of triathlon races, comparisons of the success of different diet plans, thoughts about doing an ultramarathon, and whether it’s ever too late to learn to swim better.
This week, generic Jeff and I talk about my bike purchase, decease getting back into longer runs outside, capsule Jeff’s Weight Watcher progress, Borateem versus Borax, the Back on My Feet article from Runner’s World, and a ton of mail and comments that we’ve gotten from our listeners. Thanks for writing in everyone! Also, good luck to Dave from Running in the Center of the Universe and Brandon from Brandon’s Marathon, who are both running marathons this month.
Thanks to Kelownagurl for letting me know about Ultradad’s status and helping me heal my “bike injury”. The other segment is about Brandon’s Marathon and the difficulties of balancing family, approved work, training, and podcasting.
Thanks to Kelownagurl for letting me know about Ultradad’s status and helping me heal my “bike injury”. The other segment is about Brandon’s Marathon and the difficulties of balancing family, approved work, training, and podcasting.
Jeff is back this week. We talk a bit about my new bike, public health
an attempt at buying a triathlon suit, anesthetist
some problems with running motivation, and several notes that we received about running ultramarathons. Good luck to Brandon Wood, who is completing this first marathon as I write this.
This week, viagra order I made a short podcast about getting my first road bike, a virtual sprint triathlon that I did this week, Brandon’s upcoming marathon and IT Band issues, Dave’s marathon PR, and a comment from Jim about rollerblading and the Goofy Challenge.
Most of this recording was made while team “In it for the T-Shirts Too” ran the Tussey mOUnTaiNBACK 50-mile relay through the hills of central Pennsylvania. The weather was beautiful and I have never had that much fun at a race!

Related Site:

I was poking around Facebook and saw an ad for this video about a guy who runs ultras. It’s not the complete awesomeness of Running on the Sun, sale but it’s still pretty cool — and free.

adiposity 0,0,0″ width=”500″ height=”333″ id=”EmbeddablePlayer”>
While I’m in Orlando, seek I took some time to go through some of the listener e-mail messages that have been coming in: chocolate milk, grip GO PHILLIES, symptoms exploding calves, and more…

Related Sites:

Jeff and I are finally in the studio together again. In this show, physician we talk about our training for the Philadelphia Marathon (completing our last long runs), what we’ll be doing in Philadelphia, a listener question about stretching, and some shoutouts to friends and listeners who have run or who are about to run their big race. Good luck everyone!

Related sites:

We’re seven days out from the 2008 Philadelphia Marathon. Jeff and I talk about what we’re doing this week, unhealthy what the weather is supposed to be like, wearing pink hats, the meet up after the race, and some comments from listeners.




Laying out my running stuff

Originally uploaded by agyorke102

Before going to the race expo, price I have learned to lay out all of my stuff: hat, gerontologist shoes, more about gloves, shirts, tights, pants, underwear, socks, technology, gels, etc… If I’ve forgotten anything, I can always pick it up at the race expo.

This picture was actually taken after the expo. I have my number that is already half-pinned to the vest I’ll be wearing. Missing from this picture is the SPI belt that I’ll be wearing to help carry the ginger chews that I’ll be taking along (from ZombieRunner.com). Ginger chews are a nice and refreshing during long runs and they can help settle your stomach if that’s a problem.

There is more gear here than normal. I’ll be taking the iPod to track my pace throughout the course. The iPhone is so I can get text updates from as other runners cross milestones along the way. The Mino video camera is to record the race experience. And then there is a lot more clothing than normal because it is supposed to be in the mid to upper 20’s when the race starts. It won’t be so bad after we get started and the sun comes up, but while we’re waiting for the race to begin, it’s going to be chilly. That’s also why I got some hand warmers.

9.5 hours until the race starts. I’m going to get to bed soon.


After finishing the Philadelphia Marathon today, stuff Jeff and I went to a mall food court to make a quick podcast. We talk about things like the weather, the course being hillier than we remembered, friends who were running, and our overall performance. Let’s just say that I set a PR and Jeff did extremely well.
After a few weeks off, help Jeff and I talk about what our training has been like lately, sildenafil what races we’re planning for 2009 and beyond, the Triathlete’s Training Bible, and some product reviews. Thanks again to all of those who wished us well before our marathon or congratulated us afterward.
In several segments over a couple of days, health care I drive down to get my nephews and talk about Runcast.TV. Then I talk to my sister (the original runner in my family) and get into some thoughts about New Year’s resolutions.
After the holidays and my vacation in Orlando, this site Jeff and I talk about the holiday damage, treatment the Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend, our interest in triathlons and ultramarathons, using Borax to control smelly clothes, and the value of investing (in your health and finances). Get that body moving in the new year folks, it’s going to be a good one!
Jeff and I talked about our potential marathon plans for this spring (Cleveland or Pittsburgh), obesity my triathlon ambitions, patient Jeff’s Weight Watchers update, a question about playlists and the new iPod rules, and then some responses to questions and comments from our listeners.
This week, this I’m recording solo. I talk about exercising while you have a cold, my initial thoughts about getting into triathlons, and listener mail about topics such as shoes, weight control, health, tri suits, and what some of our listeners have been up to. Enjoy!
This week, viagra 100mg Jeff and I talk about our recent workouts, practicing what I preach (workouts with bronchitis), my triathlon training, my growing “lady entourage”, Valentine’s Day, Comments from Kim and Ryan, and a few other miscellaneous items.
Jeff and I watched Ultramarathon Man on DVD this week. We review the movie and talk about Dean Karnazes’s book of the same name. I talk about the book “Your First Triathlon”, generic and then we discuss Weight Watchers and listener comments.
Jeff and I made our longest podcast to date. We talk about Jeff’s new Nike+ system, see shaving for sport performance, this the different lengths of triathlon races, comparisons of the success of different diet plans, thoughts about doing an ultramarathon, and whether it’s ever too late to learn to swim better.
This week, generic Jeff and I talk about my bike purchase, decease getting back into longer runs outside, capsule Jeff’s Weight Watcher progress, Borateem versus Borax, the Back on My Feet article from Runner’s World, and a ton of mail and comments that we’ve gotten from our listeners. Thanks for writing in everyone! Also, good luck to Dave from Running in the Center of the Universe and Brandon from Brandon’s Marathon, who are both running marathons this month.
Thanks to Kelownagurl for letting me know about Ultradad’s status and helping me heal my “bike injury”. The other segment is about Brandon’s Marathon and the difficulties of balancing family, approved work, training, and podcasting.
Thanks to Kelownagurl for letting me know about Ultradad’s status and helping me heal my “bike injury”. The other segment is about Brandon’s Marathon and the difficulties of balancing family, approved work, training, and podcasting.
Jeff is back this week. We talk a bit about my new bike, public health
an attempt at buying a triathlon suit, anesthetist
some problems with running motivation, and several notes that we received about running ultramarathons. Good luck to Brandon Wood, who is completing this first marathon as I write this.
This week, viagra order I made a short podcast about getting my first road bike, a virtual sprint triathlon that I did this week, Brandon’s upcoming marathon and IT Band issues, Dave’s marathon PR, and a comment from Jim about rollerblading and the Goofy Challenge.
Jeff and I talk about my minor bike accident, this Jeff’s dead legs, vitamins and medication, Ashland Dave (who is going to keep podcasting after his equipment is working), the Buckeye Outdoors challenge, Tri Suit fits, and some stomach issues. Happy Easter!
Most of this recording was made while team “In it for the T-Shirts Too” ran the Tussey mOUnTaiNBACK 50-mile relay through the hills of central Pennsylvania. The weather was beautiful and I have never had that much fun at a race!

Related Site:

I was poking around Facebook and saw an ad for this video about a guy who runs ultras. It’s not the complete awesomeness of Running on the Sun, sale but it’s still pretty cool — and free.

adiposity 0,0,0″ width=”500″ height=”333″ id=”EmbeddablePlayer”>
While I’m in Orlando, seek I took some time to go through some of the listener e-mail messages that have been coming in: chocolate milk, grip GO PHILLIES, symptoms exploding calves, and more…

Related Sites:

Jeff and I are finally in the studio together again. In this show, physician we talk about our training for the Philadelphia Marathon (completing our last long runs), what we’ll be doing in Philadelphia, a listener question about stretching, and some shoutouts to friends and listeners who have run or who are about to run their big race. Good luck everyone!

Related sites:

We’re seven days out from the 2008 Philadelphia Marathon. Jeff and I talk about what we’re doing this week, unhealthy what the weather is supposed to be like, wearing pink hats, the meet up after the race, and some comments from listeners.




Laying out my running stuff

Originally uploaded by agyorke102

Before going to the race expo, price I have learned to lay out all of my stuff: hat, gerontologist shoes, more about gloves, shirts, tights, pants, underwear, socks, technology, gels, etc… If I’ve forgotten anything, I can always pick it up at the race expo.

This picture was actually taken after the expo. I have my number that is already half-pinned to the vest I’ll be wearing. Missing from this picture is the SPI belt that I’ll be wearing to help carry the ginger chews that I’ll be taking along (from ZombieRunner.com). Ginger chews are a nice and refreshing during long runs and they can help settle your stomach if that’s a problem.

There is more gear here than normal. I’ll be taking the iPod to track my pace throughout the course. The iPhone is so I can get text updates from as other runners cross milestones along the way. The Mino video camera is to record the race experience. And then there is a lot more clothing than normal because it is supposed to be in the mid to upper 20’s when the race starts. It won’t be so bad after we get started and the sun comes up, but while we’re waiting for the race to begin, it’s going to be chilly. That’s also why I got some hand warmers.

9.5 hours until the race starts. I’m going to get to bed soon.


After finishing the Philadelphia Marathon today, stuff Jeff and I went to a mall food court to make a quick podcast. We talk about things like the weather, the course being hillier than we remembered, friends who were running, and our overall performance. Let’s just say that I set a PR and Jeff did extremely well.
After a few weeks off, help Jeff and I talk about what our training has been like lately, sildenafil what races we’re planning for 2009 and beyond, the Triathlete’s Training Bible, and some product reviews. Thanks again to all of those who wished us well before our marathon or congratulated us afterward.
In several segments over a couple of days, health care I drive down to get my nephews and talk about Runcast.TV. Then I talk to my sister (the original runner in my family) and get into some thoughts about New Year’s resolutions.
After the holidays and my vacation in Orlando, this site Jeff and I talk about the holiday damage, treatment the Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend, our interest in triathlons and ultramarathons, using Borax to control smelly clothes, and the value of investing (in your health and finances). Get that body moving in the new year folks, it’s going to be a good one!
Jeff and I talked about our potential marathon plans for this spring (Cleveland or Pittsburgh), obesity my triathlon ambitions, patient Jeff’s Weight Watchers update, a question about playlists and the new iPod rules, and then some responses to questions and comments from our listeners.
This week, this I’m recording solo. I talk about exercising while you have a cold, my initial thoughts about getting into triathlons, and listener mail about topics such as shoes, weight control, health, tri suits, and what some of our listeners have been up to. Enjoy!
This week, viagra 100mg Jeff and I talk about our recent workouts, practicing what I preach (workouts with bronchitis), my triathlon training, my growing “lady entourage”, Valentine’s Day, Comments from Kim and Ryan, and a few other miscellaneous items.
Jeff and I watched Ultramarathon Man on DVD this week. We review the movie and talk about Dean Karnazes’s book of the same name. I talk about the book “Your First Triathlon”, generic and then we discuss Weight Watchers and listener comments.
Jeff and I made our longest podcast to date. We talk about Jeff’s new Nike+ system, see shaving for sport performance, this the different lengths of triathlon races, comparisons of the success of different diet plans, thoughts about doing an ultramarathon, and whether it’s ever too late to learn to swim better.
This week, generic Jeff and I talk about my bike purchase, decease getting back into longer runs outside, capsule Jeff’s Weight Watcher progress, Borateem versus Borax, the Back on My Feet article from Runner’s World, and a ton of mail and comments that we’ve gotten from our listeners. Thanks for writing in everyone! Also, good luck to Dave from Running in the Center of the Universe and Brandon from Brandon’s Marathon, who are both running marathons this month.
Thanks to Kelownagurl for letting me know about Ultradad’s status and helping me heal my “bike injury”. The other segment is about Brandon’s Marathon and the difficulties of balancing family, approved work, training, and podcasting.
Thanks to Kelownagurl for letting me know about Ultradad’s status and helping me heal my “bike injury”. The other segment is about Brandon’s Marathon and the difficulties of balancing family, approved work, training, and podcasting.
Jeff is back this week. We talk a bit about my new bike, public health
an attempt at buying a triathlon suit, anesthetist
some problems with running motivation, and several notes that we received about running ultramarathons. Good luck to Brandon Wood, who is completing this first marathon as I write this.
This week, viagra order I made a short podcast about getting my first road bike, a virtual sprint triathlon that I did this week, Brandon’s upcoming marathon and IT Band issues, Dave’s marathon PR, and a comment from Jim about rollerblading and the Goofy Challenge.
Jeff and I talk about my minor bike accident, this Jeff’s dead legs, vitamins and medication, Ashland Dave (who is going to keep podcasting after his equipment is working), the Buckeye Outdoors challenge, Tri Suit fits, and some stomach issues. Happy Easter!
Jeff and I talk about my minor bike accident, this Jeff’s dead legs, vitamins and medication, Ashland Dave (who is going to keep podcasting after his equipment is working), the Buckeye Outdoors challenge, Tri Suit fits, and some stomach issues. Happy Easter!
The major topic this week is the cycle-thon, buy
which was my first group ride (for charity of course). It was a beautiful day. My bike was running nicely. I was having a blast – until – EPIC WIPEOUT! Helmets are a good thing!
Most of this recording was made while team “In it for the T-Shirts Too” ran the Tussey mOUnTaiNBACK 50-mile relay through the hills of central Pennsylvania. The weather was beautiful and I have never had that much fun at a race!

Related Site:

I was poking around Facebook and saw an ad for this video about a guy who runs ultras. It’s not the complete awesomeness of Running on the Sun, sale but it’s still pretty cool — and free.

adiposity 0,0,0″ width=”500″ height=”333″ id=”EmbeddablePlayer”>
While I’m in Orlando, seek I took some time to go through some of the listener e-mail messages that have been coming in: chocolate milk, grip GO PHILLIES, symptoms exploding calves, and more…

Related Sites:

Jeff and I are finally in the studio together again. In this show, physician we talk about our training for the Philadelphia Marathon (completing our last long runs), what we’ll be doing in Philadelphia, a listener question about stretching, and some shoutouts to friends and listeners who have run or who are about to run their big race. Good luck everyone!

Related sites:

We’re seven days out from the 2008 Philadelphia Marathon. Jeff and I talk about what we’re doing this week, unhealthy what the weather is supposed to be like, wearing pink hats, the meet up after the race, and some comments from listeners.




Laying out my running stuff

Originally uploaded by agyorke102

Before going to the race expo, price I have learned to lay out all of my stuff: hat, gerontologist shoes, more about gloves, shirts, tights, pants, underwear, socks, technology, gels, etc… If I’ve forgotten anything, I can always pick it up at the race expo.

This picture was actually taken after the expo. I have my number that is already half-pinned to the vest I’ll be wearing. Missing from this picture is the SPI belt that I’ll be wearing to help carry the ginger chews that I’ll be taking along (from ZombieRunner.com). Ginger chews are a nice and refreshing during long runs and they can help settle your stomach if that’s a problem.

There is more gear here than normal. I’ll be taking the iPod to track my pace throughout the course. The iPhone is so I can get text updates from as other runners cross milestones along the way. The Mino video camera is to record the race experience. And then there is a lot more clothing than normal because it is supposed to be in the mid to upper 20’s when the race starts. It won’t be so bad after we get started and the sun comes up, but while we’re waiting for the race to begin, it’s going to be chilly. That’s also why I got some hand warmers.

9.5 hours until the race starts. I’m going to get to bed soon.


After finishing the Philadelphia Marathon today, stuff Jeff and I went to a mall food court to make a quick podcast. We talk about things like the weather, the course being hillier than we remembered, friends who were running, and our overall performance. Let’s just say that I set a PR and Jeff did extremely well.
After a few weeks off, help Jeff and I talk about what our training has been like lately, sildenafil what races we’re planning for 2009 and beyond, the Triathlete’s Training Bible, and some product reviews. Thanks again to all of those who wished us well before our marathon or congratulated us afterward.
In several segments over a couple of days, health care I drive down to get my nephews and talk about Runcast.TV. Then I talk to my sister (the original runner in my family) and get into some thoughts about New Year’s resolutions.
After the holidays and my vacation in Orlando, this site Jeff and I talk about the holiday damage, treatment the Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend, our interest in triathlons and ultramarathons, using Borax to control smelly clothes, and the value of investing (in your health and finances). Get that body moving in the new year folks, it’s going to be a good one!
Jeff and I talked about our potential marathon plans for this spring (Cleveland or Pittsburgh), obesity my triathlon ambitions, patient Jeff’s Weight Watchers update, a question about playlists and the new iPod rules, and then some responses to questions and comments from our listeners.
This week, this I’m recording solo. I talk about exercising while you have a cold, my initial thoughts about getting into triathlons, and listener mail about topics such as shoes, weight control, health, tri suits, and what some of our listeners have been up to. Enjoy!
This week, viagra 100mg Jeff and I talk about our recent workouts, practicing what I preach (workouts with bronchitis), my triathlon training, my growing “lady entourage”, Valentine’s Day, Comments from Kim and Ryan, and a few other miscellaneous items.
Jeff and I watched Ultramarathon Man on DVD this week. We review the movie and talk about Dean Karnazes’s book of the same name. I talk about the book “Your First Triathlon”, generic and then we discuss Weight Watchers and listener comments.
Jeff and I made our longest podcast to date. We talk about Jeff’s new Nike+ system, see shaving for sport performance, this the different lengths of triathlon races, comparisons of the success of different diet plans, thoughts about doing an ultramarathon, and whether it’s ever too late to learn to swim better.
This week, generic Jeff and I talk about my bike purchase, decease getting back into longer runs outside, capsule Jeff’s Weight Watcher progress, Borateem versus Borax, the Back on My Feet article from Runner’s World, and a ton of mail and comments that we’ve gotten from our listeners. Thanks for writing in everyone! Also, good luck to Dave from Running in the Center of the Universe and Brandon from Brandon’s Marathon, who are both running marathons this month.
Thanks to Kelownagurl for letting me know about Ultradad’s status and helping me heal my “bike injury”. The other segment is about Brandon’s Marathon and the difficulties of balancing family, approved work, training, and podcasting.
Thanks to Kelownagurl for letting me know about Ultradad’s status and helping me heal my “bike injury”. The other segment is about Brandon’s Marathon and the difficulties of balancing family, approved work, training, and podcasting.
Jeff is back this week. We talk a bit about my new bike, public health
an attempt at buying a triathlon suit, anesthetist
some problems with running motivation, and several notes that we received about running ultramarathons. Good luck to Brandon Wood, who is completing this first marathon as I write this.
This week, viagra order I made a short podcast about getting my first road bike, a virtual sprint triathlon that I did this week, Brandon’s upcoming marathon and IT Band issues, Dave’s marathon PR, and a comment from Jim about rollerblading and the Goofy Challenge.
Jeff and I talk about my minor bike accident, this Jeff’s dead legs, vitamins and medication, Ashland Dave (who is going to keep podcasting after his equipment is working), the Buckeye Outdoors challenge, Tri Suit fits, and some stomach issues. Happy Easter!
Jeff and I talk about my minor bike accident, this Jeff’s dead legs, vitamins and medication, Ashland Dave (who is going to keep podcasting after his equipment is working), the Buckeye Outdoors challenge, Tri Suit fits, and some stomach issues. Happy Easter!
The major topic this week is the cycle-thon, buy
which was my first group ride (for charity of course). It was a beautiful day. My bike was running nicely. I was having a blast – until – EPIC WIPEOUT! Helmets are a good thing!
This week, view I talk a bit about my ongoing triathlon training. Although I didn’t plan it, pills I mention Brandon (from Brandon’s Marathon Podcast) about a dozen times on this podcast. That’s okay. He has been my inspiration to do my first triathlon and has guided me through equipment and training, so it seems appropriate.
Most of this recording was made while team “In it for the T-Shirts Too” ran the Tussey mOUnTaiNBACK 50-mile relay through the hills of central Pennsylvania. The weather was beautiful and I have never had that much fun at a race!

Related Site:

I was poking around Facebook and saw an ad for this video about a guy who runs ultras. It’s not the complete awesomeness of Running on the Sun, sale but it’s still pretty cool — and free.

adiposity 0,0,0″ width=”500″ height=”333″ id=”EmbeddablePlayer”>
While I’m in Orlando, seek I took some time to go through some of the listener e-mail messages that have been coming in: chocolate milk, grip GO PHILLIES, symptoms exploding calves, and more…

Related Sites:

Jeff and I are finally in the studio together again. In this show, physician we talk about our training for the Philadelphia Marathon (completing our last long runs), what we’ll be doing in Philadelphia, a listener question about stretching, and some shoutouts to friends and listeners who have run or who are about to run their big race. Good luck everyone!

Related sites:

We’re seven days out from the 2008 Philadelphia Marathon. Jeff and I talk about what we’re doing this week, unhealthy what the weather is supposed to be like, wearing pink hats, the meet up after the race, and some comments from listeners.




Laying out my running stuff

Originally uploaded by agyorke102

Before going to the race expo, price I have learned to lay out all of my stuff: hat, gerontologist shoes, more about gloves, shirts, tights, pants, underwear, socks, technology, gels, etc… If I’ve forgotten anything, I can always pick it up at the race expo.

This picture was actually taken after the expo. I have my number that is already half-pinned to the vest I’ll be wearing. Missing from this picture is the SPI belt that I’ll be wearing to help carry the ginger chews that I’ll be taking along (from ZombieRunner.com). Ginger chews are a nice and refreshing during long runs and they can help settle your stomach if that’s a problem.

There is more gear here than normal. I’ll be taking the iPod to track my pace throughout the course. The iPhone is so I can get text updates from as other runners cross milestones along the way. The Mino video camera is to record the race experience. And then there is a lot more clothing than normal because it is supposed to be in the mid to upper 20’s when the race starts. It won’t be so bad after we get started and the sun comes up, but while we’re waiting for the race to begin, it’s going to be chilly. That’s also why I got some hand warmers.

9.5 hours until the race starts. I’m going to get to bed soon.


After finishing the Philadelphia Marathon today, stuff Jeff and I went to a mall food court to make a quick podcast. We talk about things like the weather, the course being hillier than we remembered, friends who were running, and our overall performance. Let’s just say that I set a PR and Jeff did extremely well.
After a few weeks off, help Jeff and I talk about what our training has been like lately, sildenafil what races we’re planning for 2009 and beyond, the Triathlete’s Training Bible, and some product reviews. Thanks again to all of those who wished us well before our marathon or congratulated us afterward.
In several segments over a couple of days, health care I drive down to get my nephews and talk about Runcast.TV. Then I talk to my sister (the original runner in my family) and get into some thoughts about New Year’s resolutions.
After the holidays and my vacation in Orlando, this site Jeff and I talk about the holiday damage, treatment the Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend, our interest in triathlons and ultramarathons, using Borax to control smelly clothes, and the value of investing (in your health and finances). Get that body moving in the new year folks, it’s going to be a good one!
Jeff and I talked about our potential marathon plans for this spring (Cleveland or Pittsburgh), obesity my triathlon ambitions, patient Jeff’s Weight Watchers update, a question about playlists and the new iPod rules, and then some responses to questions and comments from our listeners.
This week, this I’m recording solo. I talk about exercising while you have a cold, my initial thoughts about getting into triathlons, and listener mail about topics such as shoes, weight control, health, tri suits, and what some of our listeners have been up to. Enjoy!
This week, viagra 100mg Jeff and I talk about our recent workouts, practicing what I preach (workouts with bronchitis), my triathlon training, my growing “lady entourage”, Valentine’s Day, Comments from Kim and Ryan, and a few other miscellaneous items.
Jeff and I watched Ultramarathon Man on DVD this week. We review the movie and talk about Dean Karnazes’s book of the same name. I talk about the book “Your First Triathlon”, generic and then we discuss Weight Watchers and listener comments.
Jeff and I made our longest podcast to date. We talk about Jeff’s new Nike+ system, see shaving for sport performance, this the different lengths of triathlon races, comparisons of the success of different diet plans, thoughts about doing an ultramarathon, and whether it’s ever too late to learn to swim better.
This week, generic Jeff and I talk about my bike purchase, decease getting back into longer runs outside, capsule Jeff’s Weight Watcher progress, Borateem versus Borax, the Back on My Feet article from Runner’s World, and a ton of mail and comments that we’ve gotten from our listeners. Thanks for writing in everyone! Also, good luck to Dave from Running in the Center of the Universe and Brandon from Brandon’s Marathon, who are both running marathons this month.
Thanks to Kelownagurl for letting me know about Ultradad’s status and helping me heal my “bike injury”. The other segment is about Brandon’s Marathon and the difficulties of balancing family, approved work, training, and podcasting.
Thanks to Kelownagurl for letting me know about Ultradad’s status and helping me heal my “bike injury”. The other segment is about Brandon’s Marathon and the difficulties of balancing family, approved work, training, and podcasting.
Jeff is back this week. We talk a bit about my new bike, public health
an attempt at buying a triathlon suit, anesthetist
some problems with running motivation, and several notes that we received about running ultramarathons. Good luck to Brandon Wood, who is completing this first marathon as I write this.
This week, viagra order I made a short podcast about getting my first road bike, a virtual sprint triathlon that I did this week, Brandon’s upcoming marathon and IT Band issues, Dave’s marathon PR, and a comment from Jim about rollerblading and the Goofy Challenge.
Jeff and I talk about my minor bike accident, this Jeff’s dead legs, vitamins and medication, Ashland Dave (who is going to keep podcasting after his equipment is working), the Buckeye Outdoors challenge, Tri Suit fits, and some stomach issues. Happy Easter!
Jeff and I talk about my minor bike accident, this Jeff’s dead legs, vitamins and medication, Ashland Dave (who is going to keep podcasting after his equipment is working), the Buckeye Outdoors challenge, Tri Suit fits, and some stomach issues. Happy Easter!
The major topic this week is the cycle-thon, buy
which was my first group ride (for charity of course). It was a beautiful day. My bike was running nicely. I was having a blast – until – EPIC WIPEOUT! Helmets are a good thing!
This week, view I talk a bit about my ongoing triathlon training. Although I didn’t plan it, pills I mention Brandon (from Brandon’s Marathon Podcast) about a dozen times on this podcast. That’s okay. He has been my inspiration to do my first triathlon and has guided me through equipment and training, so it seems appropriate.
It’s a lovely multi-sport day here in State College, sickness PA. I talk about workouts of convenience, doctor Clif Quench, treat Brandon’s Crocs and chia seeds, competitive runners, gear lists and multisport assumptions, podcasting gear, Dean Karnazes, runner’s knee, and doing a 70.3 Ironman or 50-mile ultra event.
Most of this recording was made while team “In it for the T-Shirts Too” ran the Tussey mOUnTaiNBACK 50-mile relay through the hills of central Pennsylvania. The weather was beautiful and I have never had that much fun at a race!

Related Site:

I was poking around Facebook and saw an ad for this video about a guy who runs ultras. It’s not the complete awesomeness of Running on the Sun, sale but it’s still pretty cool — and free.

adiposity 0,0,0″ width=”500″ height=”333″ id=”EmbeddablePlayer”>
While I’m in Orlando, seek I took some time to go through some of the listener e-mail messages that have been coming in: chocolate milk, grip GO PHILLIES, symptoms exploding calves, and more…

Related Sites:

Jeff and I are finally in the studio together again. In this show, physician we talk about our training for the Philadelphia Marathon (completing our last long runs), what we’ll be doing in Philadelphia, a listener question about stretching, and some shoutouts to friends and listeners who have run or who are about to run their big race. Good luck everyone!

Related sites:

We’re seven days out from the 2008 Philadelphia Marathon. Jeff and I talk about what we’re doing this week, unhealthy what the weather is supposed to be like, wearing pink hats, the meet up after the race, and some comments from listeners.




Laying out my running stuff

Originally uploaded by agyorke102

Before going to the race expo, price I have learned to lay out all of my stuff: hat, gerontologist shoes, more about gloves, shirts, tights, pants, underwear, socks, technology, gels, etc… If I’ve forgotten anything, I can always pick it up at the race expo.

This picture was actually taken after the expo. I have my number that is already half-pinned to the vest I’ll be wearing. Missing from this picture is the SPI belt that I’ll be wearing to help carry the ginger chews that I’ll be taking along (from ZombieRunner.com). Ginger chews are a nice and refreshing during long runs and they can help settle your stomach if that’s a problem.

There is more gear here than normal. I’ll be taking the iPod to track my pace throughout the course. The iPhone is so I can get text updates from as other runners cross milestones along the way. The Mino video camera is to record the race experience. And then there is a lot more clothing than normal because it is supposed to be in the mid to upper 20’s when the race starts. It won’t be so bad after we get started and the sun comes up, but while we’re waiting for the race to begin, it’s going to be chilly. That’s also why I got some hand warmers.

9.5 hours until the race starts. I’m going to get to bed soon.


After finishing the Philadelphia Marathon today, stuff Jeff and I went to a mall food court to make a quick podcast. We talk about things like the weather, the course being hillier than we remembered, friends who were running, and our overall performance. Let’s just say that I set a PR and Jeff did extremely well.
After a few weeks off, help Jeff and I talk about what our training has been like lately, sildenafil what races we’re planning for 2009 and beyond, the Triathlete’s Training Bible, and some product reviews. Thanks again to all of those who wished us well before our marathon or congratulated us afterward.
In several segments over a couple of days, health care I drive down to get my nephews and talk about Runcast.TV. Then I talk to my sister (the original runner in my family) and get into some thoughts about New Year’s resolutions.
After the holidays and my vacation in Orlando, this site Jeff and I talk about the holiday damage, treatment the Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend, our interest in triathlons and ultramarathons, using Borax to control smelly clothes, and the value of investing (in your health and finances). Get that body moving in the new year folks, it’s going to be a good one!
Jeff and I talked about our potential marathon plans for this spring (Cleveland or Pittsburgh), obesity my triathlon ambitions, patient Jeff’s Weight Watchers update, a question about playlists and the new iPod rules, and then some responses to questions and comments from our listeners.
This week, this I’m recording solo. I talk about exercising while you have a cold, my initial thoughts about getting into triathlons, and listener mail about topics such as shoes, weight control, health, tri suits, and what some of our listeners have been up to. Enjoy!
This week, viagra 100mg Jeff and I talk about our recent workouts, practicing what I preach (workouts with bronchitis), my triathlon training, my growing “lady entourage”, Valentine’s Day, Comments from Kim and Ryan, and a few other miscellaneous items.
Jeff and I watched Ultramarathon Man on DVD this week. We review the movie and talk about Dean Karnazes’s book of the same name. I talk about the book “Your First Triathlon”, generic and then we discuss Weight Watchers and listener comments.
Jeff and I made our longest podcast to date. We talk about Jeff’s new Nike+ system, see shaving for sport performance, this the different lengths of triathlon races, comparisons of the success of different diet plans, thoughts about doing an ultramarathon, and whether it’s ever too late to learn to swim better.
This week, generic Jeff and I talk about my bike purchase, decease getting back into longer runs outside, capsule Jeff’s Weight Watcher progress, Borateem versus Borax, the Back on My Feet article from Runner’s World, and a ton of mail and comments that we’ve gotten from our listeners. Thanks for writing in everyone! Also, good luck to Dave from Running in the Center of the Universe and Brandon from Brandon’s Marathon, who are both running marathons this month.
Thanks to Kelownagurl for letting me know about Ultradad’s status and helping me heal my “bike injury”. The other segment is about Brandon’s Marathon and the difficulties of balancing family, approved work, training, and podcasting.
Thanks to Kelownagurl for letting me know about Ultradad’s status and helping me heal my “bike injury”. The other segment is about Brandon’s Marathon and the difficulties of balancing family, approved work, training, and podcasting.
Jeff is back this week. We talk a bit about my new bike, public health
an attempt at buying a triathlon suit, anesthetist
some problems with running motivation, and several notes that we received about running ultramarathons. Good luck to Brandon Wood, who is completing this first marathon as I write this.
This week, viagra order I made a short podcast about getting my first road bike, a virtual sprint triathlon that I did this week, Brandon’s upcoming marathon and IT Band issues, Dave’s marathon PR, and a comment from Jim about rollerblading and the Goofy Challenge.
Jeff and I talk about my minor bike accident, this Jeff’s dead legs, vitamins and medication, Ashland Dave (who is going to keep podcasting after his equipment is working), the Buckeye Outdoors challenge, Tri Suit fits, and some stomach issues. Happy Easter!
Jeff and I talk about my minor bike accident, this Jeff’s dead legs, vitamins and medication, Ashland Dave (who is going to keep podcasting after his equipment is working), the Buckeye Outdoors challenge, Tri Suit fits, and some stomach issues. Happy Easter!
The major topic this week is the cycle-thon, buy
which was my first group ride (for charity of course). It was a beautiful day. My bike was running nicely. I was having a blast – until – EPIC WIPEOUT! Helmets are a good thing!
This week, view I talk a bit about my ongoing triathlon training. Although I didn’t plan it, pills I mention Brandon (from Brandon’s Marathon Podcast) about a dozen times on this podcast. That’s okay. He has been my inspiration to do my first triathlon and has guided me through equipment and training, so it seems appropriate.
It’s a lovely multi-sport day here in State College, sickness PA. I talk about workouts of convenience, doctor Clif Quench, treat Brandon’s Crocs and chia seeds, competitive runners, gear lists and multisport assumptions, podcasting gear, Dean Karnazes, runner’s knee, and doing a 70.3 Ironman or 50-mile ultra event.
YAY! Jeff is back on the podcast after being away in May. This week, order is the first part of a multi-podcast series that will cover setting goals, assessing your current state, creating a plan, dealing with adversity, and celebrating your achievements. We also talk about some of our plans from now through 2011, Jeff’s “Five-for-Six” plan, Jeff’s Weight Watchers update, Nike+, some listener feedback, and more.
Most of this recording was made while team “In it for the T-Shirts Too” ran the Tussey mOUnTaiNBACK 50-mile relay through the hills of central Pennsylvania. The weather was beautiful and I have never had that much fun at a race!

Related Site:

I was poking around Facebook and saw an ad for this video about a guy who runs ultras. It’s not the complete awesomeness of Running on the Sun, sale but it’s still pretty cool — and free.

adiposity 0,0,0″ width=”500″ height=”333″ id=”EmbeddablePlayer”>
While I’m in Orlando, seek I took some time to go through some of the listener e-mail messages that have been coming in: chocolate milk, grip GO PHILLIES, symptoms exploding calves, and more…

Related Sites:

Jeff and I are finally in the studio together again. In this show, physician we talk about our training for the Philadelphia Marathon (completing our last long runs), what we’ll be doing in Philadelphia, a listener question about stretching, and some shoutouts to friends and listeners who have run or who are about to run their big race. Good luck everyone!

Related sites:

We’re seven days out from the 2008 Philadelphia Marathon. Jeff and I talk about what we’re doing this week, unhealthy what the weather is supposed to be like, wearing pink hats, the meet up after the race, and some comments from listeners.




Laying out my running stuff

Originally uploaded by agyorke102

Before going to the race expo, price I have learned to lay out all of my stuff: hat, gerontologist shoes, more about gloves, shirts, tights, pants, underwear, socks, technology, gels, etc… If I’ve forgotten anything, I can always pick it up at the race expo.

This picture was actually taken after the expo. I have my number that is already half-pinned to the vest I’ll be wearing. Missing from this picture is the SPI belt that I’ll be wearing to help carry the ginger chews that I’ll be taking along (from ZombieRunner.com). Ginger chews are a nice and refreshing during long runs and they can help settle your stomach if that’s a problem.

There is more gear here than normal. I’ll be taking the iPod to track my pace throughout the course. The iPhone is so I can get text updates from as other runners cross milestones along the way. The Mino video camera is to record the race experience. And then there is a lot more clothing than normal because it is supposed to be in the mid to upper 20’s when the race starts. It won’t be so bad after we get started and the sun comes up, but while we’re waiting for the race to begin, it’s going to be chilly. That’s also why I got some hand warmers.

9.5 hours until the race starts. I’m going to get to bed soon.


After finishing the Philadelphia Marathon today, stuff Jeff and I went to a mall food court to make a quick podcast. We talk about things like the weather, the course being hillier than we remembered, friends who were running, and our overall performance. Let’s just say that I set a PR and Jeff did extremely well.
After a few weeks off, help Jeff and I talk about what our training has been like lately, sildenafil what races we’re planning for 2009 and beyond, the Triathlete’s Training Bible, and some product reviews. Thanks again to all of those who wished us well before our marathon or congratulated us afterward.
In several segments over a couple of days, health care I drive down to get my nephews and talk about Runcast.TV. Then I talk to my sister (the original runner in my family) and get into some thoughts about New Year’s resolutions.
After the holidays and my vacation in Orlando, this site Jeff and I talk about the holiday damage, treatment the Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend, our interest in triathlons and ultramarathons, using Borax to control smelly clothes, and the value of investing (in your health and finances). Get that body moving in the new year folks, it’s going to be a good one!
Jeff and I talked about our potential marathon plans for this spring (Cleveland or Pittsburgh), obesity my triathlon ambitions, patient Jeff’s Weight Watchers update, a question about playlists and the new iPod rules, and then some responses to questions and comments from our listeners.
This week, this I’m recording solo. I talk about exercising while you have a cold, my initial thoughts about getting into triathlons, and listener mail about topics such as shoes, weight control, health, tri suits, and what some of our listeners have been up to. Enjoy!
This week, viagra 100mg Jeff and I talk about our recent workouts, practicing what I preach (workouts with bronchitis), my triathlon training, my growing “lady entourage”, Valentine’s Day, Comments from Kim and Ryan, and a few other miscellaneous items.
Jeff and I watched Ultramarathon Man on DVD this week. We review the movie and talk about Dean Karnazes’s book of the same name. I talk about the book “Your First Triathlon”, generic and then we discuss Weight Watchers and listener comments.
Jeff and I made our longest podcast to date. We talk about Jeff’s new Nike+ system, see shaving for sport performance, this the different lengths of triathlon races, comparisons of the success of different diet plans, thoughts about doing an ultramarathon, and whether it’s ever too late to learn to swim better.
This week, generic Jeff and I talk about my bike purchase, decease getting back into longer runs outside, capsule Jeff’s Weight Watcher progress, Borateem versus Borax, the Back on My Feet article from Runner’s World, and a ton of mail and comments that we’ve gotten from our listeners. Thanks for writing in everyone! Also, good luck to Dave from Running in the Center of the Universe and Brandon from Brandon’s Marathon, who are both running marathons this month.
Thanks to Kelownagurl for letting me know about Ultradad’s status and helping me heal my “bike injury”. The other segment is about Brandon’s Marathon and the difficulties of balancing family, approved work, training, and podcasting.
Thanks to Kelownagurl for letting me know about Ultradad’s status and helping me heal my “bike injury”. The other segment is about Brandon’s Marathon and the difficulties of balancing family, approved work, training, and podcasting.
Jeff is back this week. We talk a bit about my new bike, public health
an attempt at buying a triathlon suit, anesthetist
some problems with running motivation, and several notes that we received about running ultramarathons. Good luck to Brandon Wood, who is completing this first marathon as I write this.
This week, viagra order I made a short podcast about getting my first road bike, a virtual sprint triathlon that I did this week, Brandon’s upcoming marathon and IT Band issues, Dave’s marathon PR, and a comment from Jim about rollerblading and the Goofy Challenge.
Jeff and I talk about my minor bike accident, this Jeff’s dead legs, vitamins and medication, Ashland Dave (who is going to keep podcasting after his equipment is working), the Buckeye Outdoors challenge, Tri Suit fits, and some stomach issues. Happy Easter!
Jeff and I talk about my minor bike accident, this Jeff’s dead legs, vitamins and medication, Ashland Dave (who is going to keep podcasting after his equipment is working), the Buckeye Outdoors challenge, Tri Suit fits, and some stomach issues. Happy Easter!
The major topic this week is the cycle-thon, buy
which was my first group ride (for charity of course). It was a beautiful day. My bike was running nicely. I was having a blast – until – EPIC WIPEOUT! Helmets are a good thing!
This week, view I talk a bit about my ongoing triathlon training. Although I didn’t plan it, pills I mention Brandon (from Brandon’s Marathon Podcast) about a dozen times on this podcast. That’s okay. He has been my inspiration to do my first triathlon and has guided me through equipment and training, so it seems appropriate.
It’s a lovely multi-sport day here in State College, sickness PA. I talk about workouts of convenience, doctor Clif Quench, treat Brandon’s Crocs and chia seeds, competitive runners, gear lists and multisport assumptions, podcasting gear, Dean Karnazes, runner’s knee, and doing a 70.3 Ironman or 50-mile ultra event.
YAY! Jeff is back on the podcast after being away in May. This week, order is the first part of a multi-podcast series that will cover setting goals, assessing your current state, creating a plan, dealing with adversity, and celebrating your achievements. We also talk about some of our plans from now through 2011, Jeff’s “Five-for-Six” plan, Jeff’s Weight Watchers update, Nike+, some listener feedback, and more.
We follow up last week’s topic of setting race goals with a discussion on assessing your body and listening to the “good sore” feeling. We also talk about our plans to run the Philadelphia and Dam Full marathons, order my dizziness problem from earlier in the week, and Jeff surprises me with a memento.
Most of this recording was made while team “In it for the T-Shirts Too” ran the Tussey mOUnTaiNBACK 50-mile relay through the hills of central Pennsylvania. The weather was beautiful and I have never had that much fun at a race!

Related Site:

I was poking around Facebook and saw an ad for this video about a guy who runs ultras. It’s not the complete awesomeness of Running on the Sun, sale but it’s still pretty cool — and free.

adiposity 0,0,0″ width=”500″ height=”333″ id=”EmbeddablePlayer”>
While I’m in Orlando, seek I took some time to go through some of the listener e-mail messages that have been coming in: chocolate milk, grip GO PHILLIES, symptoms exploding calves, and more…

Related Sites:

Jeff and I are finally in the studio together again. In this show, physician we talk about our training for the Philadelphia Marathon (completing our last long runs), what we’ll be doing in Philadelphia, a listener question about stretching, and some shoutouts to friends and listeners who have run or who are about to run their big race. Good luck everyone!

Related sites:

We’re seven days out from the 2008 Philadelphia Marathon. Jeff and I talk about what we’re doing this week, unhealthy what the weather is supposed to be like, wearing pink hats, the meet up after the race, and some comments from listeners.




Laying out my running stuff

Originally uploaded by agyorke102

Before going to the race expo, price I have learned to lay out all of my stuff: hat, gerontologist shoes, more about gloves, shirts, tights, pants, underwear, socks, technology, gels, etc… If I’ve forgotten anything, I can always pick it up at the race expo.

This picture was actually taken after the expo. I have my number that is already half-pinned to the vest I’ll be wearing. Missing from this picture is the SPI belt that I’ll be wearing to help carry the ginger chews that I’ll be taking along (from ZombieRunner.com). Ginger chews are a nice and refreshing during long runs and they can help settle your stomach if that’s a problem.

There is more gear here than normal. I’ll be taking the iPod to track my pace throughout the course. The iPhone is so I can get text updates from as other runners cross milestones along the way. The Mino video camera is to record the race experience. And then there is a lot more clothing than normal because it is supposed to be in the mid to upper 20’s when the race starts. It won’t be so bad after we get started and the sun comes up, but while we’re waiting for the race to begin, it’s going to be chilly. That’s also why I got some hand warmers.

9.5 hours until the race starts. I’m going to get to bed soon.


After finishing the Philadelphia Marathon today, stuff Jeff and I went to a mall food court to make a quick podcast. We talk about things like the weather, the course being hillier than we remembered, friends who were running, and our overall performance. Let’s just say that I set a PR and Jeff did extremely well.
After a few weeks off, help Jeff and I talk about what our training has been like lately, sildenafil what races we’re planning for 2009 and beyond, the Triathlete’s Training Bible, and some product reviews. Thanks again to all of those who wished us well before our marathon or congratulated us afterward.
In several segments over a couple of days, health care I drive down to get my nephews and talk about Runcast.TV. Then I talk to my sister (the original runner in my family) and get into some thoughts about New Year’s resolutions.
After the holidays and my vacation in Orlando, this site Jeff and I talk about the holiday damage, treatment the Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend, our interest in triathlons and ultramarathons, using Borax to control smelly clothes, and the value of investing (in your health and finances). Get that body moving in the new year folks, it’s going to be a good one!
Jeff and I talked about our potential marathon plans for this spring (Cleveland or Pittsburgh), obesity my triathlon ambitions, patient Jeff’s Weight Watchers update, a question about playlists and the new iPod rules, and then some responses to questions and comments from our listeners.
This week, this I’m recording solo. I talk about exercising while you have a cold, my initial thoughts about getting into triathlons, and listener mail about topics such as shoes, weight control, health, tri suits, and what some of our listeners have been up to. Enjoy!
This week, viagra 100mg Jeff and I talk about our recent workouts, practicing what I preach (workouts with bronchitis), my triathlon training, my growing “lady entourage”, Valentine’s Day, Comments from Kim and Ryan, and a few other miscellaneous items.
Jeff and I watched Ultramarathon Man on DVD this week. We review the movie and talk about Dean Karnazes’s book of the same name. I talk about the book “Your First Triathlon”, generic and then we discuss Weight Watchers and listener comments.
Jeff and I made our longest podcast to date. We talk about Jeff’s new Nike+ system, see shaving for sport performance, this the different lengths of triathlon races, comparisons of the success of different diet plans, thoughts about doing an ultramarathon, and whether it’s ever too late to learn to swim better.
This week, generic Jeff and I talk about my bike purchase, decease getting back into longer runs outside, capsule Jeff’s Weight Watcher progress, Borateem versus Borax, the Back on My Feet article from Runner’s World, and a ton of mail and comments that we’ve gotten from our listeners. Thanks for writing in everyone! Also, good luck to Dave from Running in the Center of the Universe and Brandon from Brandon’s Marathon, who are both running marathons this month.
Thanks to Kelownagurl for letting me know about Ultradad’s status and helping me heal my “bike injury”. The other segment is about Brandon’s Marathon and the difficulties of balancing family, approved work, training, and podcasting.
Thanks to Kelownagurl for letting me know about Ultradad’s status and helping me heal my “bike injury”. The other segment is about Brandon’s Marathon and the difficulties of balancing family, approved work, training, and podcasting.
Jeff is back this week. We talk a bit about my new bike, public health
an attempt at buying a triathlon suit, anesthetist
some problems with running motivation, and several notes that we received about running ultramarathons. Good luck to Brandon Wood, who is completing this first marathon as I write this.
This week, viagra order I made a short podcast about getting my first road bike, a virtual sprint triathlon that I did this week, Brandon’s upcoming marathon and IT Band issues, Dave’s marathon PR, and a comment from Jim about rollerblading and the Goofy Challenge.
Jeff and I talk about my minor bike accident, this Jeff’s dead legs, vitamins and medication, Ashland Dave (who is going to keep podcasting after his equipment is working), the Buckeye Outdoors challenge, Tri Suit fits, and some stomach issues. Happy Easter!
Jeff and I talk about my minor bike accident, this Jeff’s dead legs, vitamins and medication, Ashland Dave (who is going to keep podcasting after his equipment is working), the Buckeye Outdoors challenge, Tri Suit fits, and some stomach issues. Happy Easter!
The major topic this week is the cycle-thon, buy
which was my first group ride (for charity of course). It was a beautiful day. My bike was running nicely. I was having a blast – until – EPIC WIPEOUT! Helmets are a good thing!
This week, view I talk a bit about my ongoing triathlon training. Although I didn’t plan it, pills I mention Brandon (from Brandon’s Marathon Podcast) about a dozen times on this podcast. That’s okay. He has been my inspiration to do my first triathlon and has guided me through equipment and training, so it seems appropriate.
It’s a lovely multi-sport day here in State College, sickness PA. I talk about workouts of convenience, doctor Clif Quench, treat Brandon’s Crocs and chia seeds, competitive runners, gear lists and multisport assumptions, podcasting gear, Dean Karnazes, runner’s knee, and doing a 70.3 Ironman or 50-mile ultra event.
YAY! Jeff is back on the podcast after being away in May. This week, order is the first part of a multi-podcast series that will cover setting goals, assessing your current state, creating a plan, dealing with adversity, and celebrating your achievements. We also talk about some of our plans from now through 2011, Jeff’s “Five-for-Six” plan, Jeff’s Weight Watchers update, Nike+, some listener feedback, and more.
We follow up last week’s topic of setting race goals with a discussion on assessing your body and listening to the “good sore” feeling. We also talk about our plans to run the Philadelphia and Dam Full marathons, order my dizziness problem from earlier in the week, and Jeff surprises me with a memento.
I’m in New York City and got to have a chat with Brandon Wood, shop professional opera singer and host of Brandon’s Marathon Podcast. We talk about triathlon training, running with a positive attitude, and being part of the podcasting community.
Most of this recording was made while team “In it for the T-Shirts Too” ran the Tussey mOUnTaiNBACK 50-mile relay through the hills of central Pennsylvania. The weather was beautiful and I have never had that much fun at a race!

Related Site:

I was poking around Facebook and saw an ad for this video about a guy who runs ultras. It’s not the complete awesomeness of Running on the Sun, sale but it’s still pretty cool — and free.

adiposity 0,0,0″ width=”500″ height=”333″ id=”EmbeddablePlayer”>
While I’m in Orlando, seek I took some time to go through some of the listener e-mail messages that have been coming in: chocolate milk, grip GO PHILLIES, symptoms exploding calves, and more…

Related Sites:

Jeff and I are finally in the studio together again. In this show, physician we talk about our training for the Philadelphia Marathon (completing our last long runs), what we’ll be doing in Philadelphia, a listener question about stretching, and some shoutouts to friends and listeners who have run or who are about to run their big race. Good luck everyone!

Related sites:

We’re seven days out from the 2008 Philadelphia Marathon. Jeff and I talk about what we’re doing this week, unhealthy what the weather is supposed to be like, wearing pink hats, the meet up after the race, and some comments from listeners.




Laying out my running stuff

Originally uploaded by agyorke102

Before going to the race expo, price I have learned to lay out all of my stuff: hat, gerontologist shoes, more about gloves, shirts, tights, pants, underwear, socks, technology, gels, etc… If I’ve forgotten anything, I can always pick it up at the race expo.

This picture was actually taken after the expo. I have my number that is already half-pinned to the vest I’ll be wearing. Missing from this picture is the SPI belt that I’ll be wearing to help carry the ginger chews that I’ll be taking along (from ZombieRunner.com). Ginger chews are a nice and refreshing during long runs and they can help settle your stomach if that’s a problem.

There is more gear here than normal. I’ll be taking the iPod to track my pace throughout the course. The iPhone is so I can get text updates from as other runners cross milestones along the way. The Mino video camera is to record the race experience. And then there is a lot more clothing than normal because it is supposed to be in the mid to upper 20’s when the race starts. It won’t be so bad after we get started and the sun comes up, but while we’re waiting for the race to begin, it’s going to be chilly. That’s also why I got some hand warmers.

9.5 hours until the race starts. I’m going to get to bed soon.


After finishing the Philadelphia Marathon today, stuff Jeff and I went to a mall food court to make a quick podcast. We talk about things like the weather, the course being hillier than we remembered, friends who were running, and our overall performance. Let’s just say that I set a PR and Jeff did extremely well.
After a few weeks off, help Jeff and I talk about what our training has been like lately, sildenafil what races we’re planning for 2009 and beyond, the Triathlete’s Training Bible, and some product reviews. Thanks again to all of those who wished us well before our marathon or congratulated us afterward.
In several segments over a couple of days, health care I drive down to get my nephews and talk about Runcast.TV. Then I talk to my sister (the original runner in my family) and get into some thoughts about New Year’s resolutions.
After the holidays and my vacation in Orlando, this site Jeff and I talk about the holiday damage, treatment the Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend, our interest in triathlons and ultramarathons, using Borax to control smelly clothes, and the value of investing (in your health and finances). Get that body moving in the new year folks, it’s going to be a good one!
Jeff and I talked about our potential marathon plans for this spring (Cleveland or Pittsburgh), obesity my triathlon ambitions, patient Jeff’s Weight Watchers update, a question about playlists and the new iPod rules, and then some responses to questions and comments from our listeners.
This week, this I’m recording solo. I talk about exercising while you have a cold, my initial thoughts about getting into triathlons, and listener mail about topics such as shoes, weight control, health, tri suits, and what some of our listeners have been up to. Enjoy!
This week, viagra 100mg Jeff and I talk about our recent workouts, practicing what I preach (workouts with bronchitis), my triathlon training, my growing “lady entourage”, Valentine’s Day, Comments from Kim and Ryan, and a few other miscellaneous items.
Jeff and I watched Ultramarathon Man on DVD this week. We review the movie and talk about Dean Karnazes’s book of the same name. I talk about the book “Your First Triathlon”, generic and then we discuss Weight Watchers and listener comments.
Jeff and I made our longest podcast to date. We talk about Jeff’s new Nike+ system, see shaving for sport performance, this the different lengths of triathlon races, comparisons of the success of different diet plans, thoughts about doing an ultramarathon, and whether it’s ever too late to learn to swim better.
This week, generic Jeff and I talk about my bike purchase, decease getting back into longer runs outside, capsule Jeff’s Weight Watcher progress, Borateem versus Borax, the Back on My Feet article from Runner’s World, and a ton of mail and comments that we’ve gotten from our listeners. Thanks for writing in everyone! Also, good luck to Dave from Running in the Center of the Universe and Brandon from Brandon’s Marathon, who are both running marathons this month.
Thanks to Kelownagurl for letting me know about Ultradad’s status and helping me heal my “bike injury”. The other segment is about Brandon’s Marathon and the difficulties of balancing family, approved work, training, and podcasting.
Thanks to Kelownagurl for letting me know about Ultradad’s status and helping me heal my “bike injury”. The other segment is about Brandon’s Marathon and the difficulties of balancing family, approved work, training, and podcasting.
Jeff is back this week. We talk a bit about my new bike, public health
an attempt at buying a triathlon suit, anesthetist
some problems with running motivation, and several notes that we received about running ultramarathons. Good luck to Brandon Wood, who is completing this first marathon as I write this.
This week, viagra order I made a short podcast about getting my first road bike, a virtual sprint triathlon that I did this week, Brandon’s upcoming marathon and IT Band issues, Dave’s marathon PR, and a comment from Jim about rollerblading and the Goofy Challenge.
Jeff and I talk about my minor bike accident, this Jeff’s dead legs, vitamins and medication, Ashland Dave (who is going to keep podcasting after his equipment is working), the Buckeye Outdoors challenge, Tri Suit fits, and some stomach issues. Happy Easter!
Jeff and I talk about my minor bike accident, this Jeff’s dead legs, vitamins and medication, Ashland Dave (who is going to keep podcasting after his equipment is working), the Buckeye Outdoors challenge, Tri Suit fits, and some stomach issues. Happy Easter!
The major topic this week is the cycle-thon, buy
which was my first group ride (for charity of course). It was a beautiful day. My bike was running nicely. I was having a blast – until – EPIC WIPEOUT! Helmets are a good thing!
This week, view I talk a bit about my ongoing triathlon training. Although I didn’t plan it, pills I mention Brandon (from Brandon’s Marathon Podcast) about a dozen times on this podcast. That’s okay. He has been my inspiration to do my first triathlon and has guided me through equipment and training, so it seems appropriate.
It’s a lovely multi-sport day here in State College, sickness PA. I talk about workouts of convenience, doctor Clif Quench, treat Brandon’s Crocs and chia seeds, competitive runners, gear lists and multisport assumptions, podcasting gear, Dean Karnazes, runner’s knee, and doing a 70.3 Ironman or 50-mile ultra event.
YAY! Jeff is back on the podcast after being away in May. This week, order is the first part of a multi-podcast series that will cover setting goals, assessing your current state, creating a plan, dealing with adversity, and celebrating your achievements. We also talk about some of our plans from now through 2011, Jeff’s “Five-for-Six” plan, Jeff’s Weight Watchers update, Nike+, some listener feedback, and more.
We follow up last week’s topic of setting race goals with a discussion on assessing your body and listening to the “good sore” feeling. We also talk about our plans to run the Philadelphia and Dam Full marathons, order my dizziness problem from earlier in the week, and Jeff surprises me with a memento.
I’m in New York City and got to have a chat with Brandon Wood, shop professional opera singer and host of Brandon’s Marathon Podcast. We talk about triathlon training, running with a positive attitude, and being part of the podcasting community.
I’m in New York City and got to have a chat with Brandon Wood, shop professional opera singer and host of Brandon’s Marathon Podcast. We talk about triathlon training, running with a positive attitude, and being part of the podcasting community.
My first sprint triathlon is four days away. Jeff and I talk about my plans, website
estimates, visit
fears, and excitement. This week we also discuss our creation of a training plan (part three of our series). Past episodes covered goals and assessment.
Most of this recording was made while team “In it for the T-Shirts Too” ran the Tussey mOUnTaiNBACK 50-mile relay through the hills of central Pennsylvania. The weather was beautiful and I have never had that much fun at a race!

Related Site:

I was poking around Facebook and saw an ad for this video about a guy who runs ultras. It’s not the complete awesomeness of Running on the Sun, sale but it’s still pretty cool — and free.

adiposity 0,0,0″ width=”500″ height=”333″ id=”EmbeddablePlayer”>
While I’m in Orlando, seek I took some time to go through some of the listener e-mail messages that have been coming in: chocolate milk, grip GO PHILLIES, symptoms exploding calves, and more…

Related Sites:

Jeff and I are finally in the studio together again. In this show, physician we talk about our training for the Philadelphia Marathon (completing our last long runs), what we’ll be doing in Philadelphia, a listener question about stretching, and some shoutouts to friends and listeners who have run or who are about to run their big race. Good luck everyone!

Related sites:

We’re seven days out from the 2008 Philadelphia Marathon. Jeff and I talk about what we’re doing this week, unhealthy what the weather is supposed to be like, wearing pink hats, the meet up after the race, and some comments from listeners.




Laying out my running stuff

Originally uploaded by agyorke102

Before going to the race expo, price I have learned to lay out all of my stuff: hat, gerontologist shoes, more about gloves, shirts, tights, pants, underwear, socks, technology, gels, etc… If I’ve forgotten anything, I can always pick it up at the race expo.

This picture was actually taken after the expo. I have my number that is already half-pinned to the vest I’ll be wearing. Missing from this picture is the SPI belt that I’ll be wearing to help carry the ginger chews that I’ll be taking along (from ZombieRunner.com). Ginger chews are a nice and refreshing during long runs and they can help settle your stomach if that’s a problem.

There is more gear here than normal. I’ll be taking the iPod to track my pace throughout the course. The iPhone is so I can get text updates from as other runners cross milestones along the way. The Mino video camera is to record the race experience. And then there is a lot more clothing than normal because it is supposed to be in the mid to upper 20’s when the race starts. It won’t be so bad after we get started and the sun comes up, but while we’re waiting for the race to begin, it’s going to be chilly. That’s also why I got some hand warmers.

9.5 hours until the race starts. I’m going to get to bed soon.


After finishing the Philadelphia Marathon today, stuff Jeff and I went to a mall food court to make a quick podcast. We talk about things like the weather, the course being hillier than we remembered, friends who were running, and our overall performance. Let’s just say that I set a PR and Jeff did extremely well.
After a few weeks off, help Jeff and I talk about what our training has been like lately, sildenafil what races we’re planning for 2009 and beyond, the Triathlete’s Training Bible, and some product reviews. Thanks again to all of those who wished us well before our marathon or congratulated us afterward.
In several segments over a couple of days, health care I drive down to get my nephews and talk about Runcast.TV. Then I talk to my sister (the original runner in my family) and get into some thoughts about New Year’s resolutions.
After the holidays and my vacation in Orlando, this site Jeff and I talk about the holiday damage, treatment the Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend, our interest in triathlons and ultramarathons, using Borax to control smelly clothes, and the value of investing (in your health and finances). Get that body moving in the new year folks, it’s going to be a good one!
Jeff and I talked about our potential marathon plans for this spring (Cleveland or Pittsburgh), obesity my triathlon ambitions, patient Jeff’s Weight Watchers update, a question about playlists and the new iPod rules, and then some responses to questions and comments from our listeners.
This week, this I’m recording solo. I talk about exercising while you have a cold, my initial thoughts about getting into triathlons, and listener mail about topics such as shoes, weight control, health, tri suits, and what some of our listeners have been up to. Enjoy!
This week, viagra 100mg Jeff and I talk about our recent workouts, practicing what I preach (workouts with bronchitis), my triathlon training, my growing “lady entourage”, Valentine’s Day, Comments from Kim and Ryan, and a few other miscellaneous items.
Jeff and I watched Ultramarathon Man on DVD this week. We review the movie and talk about Dean Karnazes’s book of the same name. I talk about the book “Your First Triathlon”, generic and then we discuss Weight Watchers and listener comments.
Jeff and I made our longest podcast to date. We talk about Jeff’s new Nike+ system, see shaving for sport performance, this the different lengths of triathlon races, comparisons of the success of different diet plans, thoughts about doing an ultramarathon, and whether it’s ever too late to learn to swim better.
This week, generic Jeff and I talk about my bike purchase, decease getting back into longer runs outside, capsule Jeff’s Weight Watcher progress, Borateem versus Borax, the Back on My Feet article from Runner’s World, and a ton of mail and comments that we’ve gotten from our listeners. Thanks for writing in everyone! Also, good luck to Dave from Running in the Center of the Universe and Brandon from Brandon’s Marathon, who are both running marathons this month.
Thanks to Kelownagurl for letting me know about Ultradad’s status and helping me heal my “bike injury”. The other segment is about Brandon’s Marathon and the difficulties of balancing family, approved work, training, and podcasting.
Thanks to Kelownagurl for letting me know about Ultradad’s status and helping me heal my “bike injury”. The other segment is about Brandon’s Marathon and the difficulties of balancing family, approved work, training, and podcasting.
Jeff is back this week. We talk a bit about my new bike, public health
an attempt at buying a triathlon suit, anesthetist
some problems with running motivation, and several notes that we received about running ultramarathons. Good luck to Brandon Wood, who is completing this first marathon as I write this.
This week, viagra order I made a short podcast about getting my first road bike, a virtual sprint triathlon that I did this week, Brandon’s upcoming marathon and IT Band issues, Dave’s marathon PR, and a comment from Jim about rollerblading and the Goofy Challenge.
Jeff and I talk about my minor bike accident, this Jeff’s dead legs, vitamins and medication, Ashland Dave (who is going to keep podcasting after his equipment is working), the Buckeye Outdoors challenge, Tri Suit fits, and some stomach issues. Happy Easter!
Jeff and I talk about my minor bike accident, this Jeff’s dead legs, vitamins and medication, Ashland Dave (who is going to keep podcasting after his equipment is working), the Buckeye Outdoors challenge, Tri Suit fits, and some stomach issues. Happy Easter!
The major topic this week is the cycle-thon, buy
which was my first group ride (for charity of course). It was a beautiful day. My bike was running nicely. I was having a blast – until – EPIC WIPEOUT! Helmets are a good thing!
This week, view I talk a bit about my ongoing triathlon training. Although I didn’t plan it, pills I mention Brandon (from Brandon’s Marathon Podcast) about a dozen times on this podcast. That’s okay. He has been my inspiration to do my first triathlon and has guided me through equipment and training, so it seems appropriate.
It’s a lovely multi-sport day here in State College, sickness PA. I talk about workouts of convenience, doctor Clif Quench, treat Brandon’s Crocs and chia seeds, competitive runners, gear lists and multisport assumptions, podcasting gear, Dean Karnazes, runner’s knee, and doing a 70.3 Ironman or 50-mile ultra event.
YAY! Jeff is back on the podcast after being away in May. This week, order is the first part of a multi-podcast series that will cover setting goals, assessing your current state, creating a plan, dealing with adversity, and celebrating your achievements. We also talk about some of our plans from now through 2011, Jeff’s “Five-for-Six” plan, Jeff’s Weight Watchers update, Nike+, some listener feedback, and more.
We follow up last week’s topic of setting race goals with a discussion on assessing your body and listening to the “good sore” feeling. We also talk about our plans to run the Philadelphia and Dam Full marathons, order my dizziness problem from earlier in the week, and Jeff surprises me with a memento.
I’m in New York City and got to have a chat with Brandon Wood, shop professional opera singer and host of Brandon’s Marathon Podcast. We talk about triathlon training, running with a positive attitude, and being part of the podcasting community.
I’m in New York City and got to have a chat with Brandon Wood, shop professional opera singer and host of Brandon’s Marathon Podcast. We talk about triathlon training, running with a positive attitude, and being part of the podcasting community.
My first sprint triathlon is four days away. Jeff and I talk about my plans, website
estimates, visit
fears, and excitement. This week we also discuss our creation of a training plan (part three of our series). Past episodes covered goals and assessment.
I did my first triathlon today. Although I plan on discussing it on the podcast, find I thought it would be interesting to capture the day through pictures and video. I know that several of our listeners are much more experienced triathletes than I am — but for those who aren’t or who think they are not fit enough to do one or who have never seen one in action (I hadn’t before today), I made this really short movie:


Most of this recording was made while team “In it for the T-Shirts Too” ran the Tussey mOUnTaiNBACK 50-mile relay through the hills of central Pennsylvania. The weather was beautiful and I have never had that much fun at a race!

Related Site:

I was poking around Facebook and saw an ad for this video about a guy who runs ultras. It’s not the complete awesomeness of Running on the Sun, sale but it’s still pretty cool — and free.

adiposity 0,0,0″ width=”500″ height=”333″ id=”EmbeddablePlayer”>
While I’m in Orlando, seek I took some time to go through some of the listener e-mail messages that have been coming in: chocolate milk, grip GO PHILLIES, symptoms exploding calves, and more…

Related Sites:

Jeff and I are finally in the studio together again. In this show, physician we talk about our training for the Philadelphia Marathon (completing our last long runs), what we’ll be doing in Philadelphia, a listener question about stretching, and some shoutouts to friends and listeners who have run or who are about to run their big race. Good luck everyone!

Related sites:

We’re seven days out from the 2008 Philadelphia Marathon. Jeff and I talk about what we’re doing this week, unhealthy what the weather is supposed to be like, wearing pink hats, the meet up after the race, and some comments from listeners.




Laying out my running stuff

Originally uploaded by agyorke102

Before going to the race expo, price I have learned to lay out all of my stuff: hat, gerontologist shoes, more about gloves, shirts, tights, pants, underwear, socks, technology, gels, etc… If I’ve forgotten anything, I can always pick it up at the race expo.

This picture was actually taken after the expo. I have my number that is already half-pinned to the vest I’ll be wearing. Missing from this picture is the SPI belt that I’ll be wearing to help carry the ginger chews that I’ll be taking along (from ZombieRunner.com). Ginger chews are a nice and refreshing during long runs and they can help settle your stomach if that’s a problem.

There is more gear here than normal. I’ll be taking the iPod to track my pace throughout the course. The iPhone is so I can get text updates from as other runners cross milestones along the way. The Mino video camera is to record the race experience. And then there is a lot more clothing than normal because it is supposed to be in the mid to upper 20’s when the race starts. It won’t be so bad after we get started and the sun comes up, but while we’re waiting for the race to begin, it’s going to be chilly. That’s also why I got some hand warmers.

9.5 hours until the race starts. I’m going to get to bed soon.


After finishing the Philadelphia Marathon today, stuff Jeff and I went to a mall food court to make a quick podcast. We talk about things like the weather, the course being hillier than we remembered, friends who were running, and our overall performance. Let’s just say that I set a PR and Jeff did extremely well.
After a few weeks off, help Jeff and I talk about what our training has been like lately, sildenafil what races we’re planning for 2009 and beyond, the Triathlete’s Training Bible, and some product reviews. Thanks again to all of those who wished us well before our marathon or congratulated us afterward.
In several segments over a couple of days, health care I drive down to get my nephews and talk about Runcast.TV. Then I talk to my sister (the original runner in my family) and get into some thoughts about New Year’s resolutions.
After the holidays and my vacation in Orlando, this site Jeff and I talk about the holiday damage, treatment the Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend, our interest in triathlons and ultramarathons, using Borax to control smelly clothes, and the value of investing (in your health and finances). Get that body moving in the new year folks, it’s going to be a good one!
Jeff and I talked about our potential marathon plans for this spring (Cleveland or Pittsburgh), obesity my triathlon ambitions, patient Jeff’s Weight Watchers update, a question about playlists and the new iPod rules, and then some responses to questions and comments from our listeners.
This week, this I’m recording solo. I talk about exercising while you have a cold, my initial thoughts about getting into triathlons, and listener mail about topics such as shoes, weight control, health, tri suits, and what some of our listeners have been up to. Enjoy!
This week, viagra 100mg Jeff and I talk about our recent workouts, practicing what I preach (workouts with bronchitis), my triathlon training, my growing “lady entourage”, Valentine’s Day, Comments from Kim and Ryan, and a few other miscellaneous items.
Jeff and I watched Ultramarathon Man on DVD this week. We review the movie and talk about Dean Karnazes’s book of the same name. I talk about the book “Your First Triathlon”, generic and then we discuss Weight Watchers and listener comments.
Jeff and I made our longest podcast to date. We talk about Jeff’s new Nike+ system, see shaving for sport performance, this the different lengths of triathlon races, comparisons of the success of different diet plans, thoughts about doing an ultramarathon, and whether it’s ever too late to learn to swim better.
This week, generic Jeff and I talk about my bike purchase, decease getting back into longer runs outside, capsule Jeff’s Weight Watcher progress, Borateem versus Borax, the Back on My Feet article from Runner’s World, and a ton of mail and comments that we’ve gotten from our listeners. Thanks for writing in everyone! Also, good luck to Dave from Running in the Center of the Universe and Brandon from Brandon’s Marathon, who are both running marathons this month.
Thanks to Kelownagurl for letting me know about Ultradad’s status and helping me heal my “bike injury”. The other segment is about Brandon’s Marathon and the difficulties of balancing family, approved work, training, and podcasting.
Thanks to Kelownagurl for letting me know about Ultradad’s status and helping me heal my “bike injury”. The other segment is about Brandon’s Marathon and the difficulties of balancing family, approved work, training, and podcasting.
Jeff is back this week. We talk a bit about my new bike, public health
an attempt at buying a triathlon suit, anesthetist
some problems with running motivation, and several notes that we received about running ultramarathons. Good luck to Brandon Wood, who is completing this first marathon as I write this.
This week, viagra order I made a short podcast about getting my first road bike, a virtual sprint triathlon that I did this week, Brandon’s upcoming marathon and IT Band issues, Dave’s marathon PR, and a comment from Jim about rollerblading and the Goofy Challenge.
Jeff and I talk about my minor bike accident, this Jeff’s dead legs, vitamins and medication, Ashland Dave (who is going to keep podcasting after his equipment is working), the Buckeye Outdoors challenge, Tri Suit fits, and some stomach issues. Happy Easter!
Jeff and I talk about my minor bike accident, this Jeff’s dead legs, vitamins and medication, Ashland Dave (who is going to keep podcasting after his equipment is working), the Buckeye Outdoors challenge, Tri Suit fits, and some stomach issues. Happy Easter!
The major topic this week is the cycle-thon, buy
which was my first group ride (for charity of course). It was a beautiful day. My bike was running nicely. I was having a blast – until – EPIC WIPEOUT! Helmets are a good thing!
This week, view I talk a bit about my ongoing triathlon training. Although I didn’t plan it, pills I mention Brandon (from Brandon’s Marathon Podcast) about a dozen times on this podcast. That’s okay. He has been my inspiration to do my first triathlon and has guided me through equipment and training, so it seems appropriate.
It’s a lovely multi-sport day here in State College, sickness PA. I talk about workouts of convenience, doctor Clif Quench, treat Brandon’s Crocs and chia seeds, competitive runners, gear lists and multisport assumptions, podcasting gear, Dean Karnazes, runner’s knee, and doing a 70.3 Ironman or 50-mile ultra event.
YAY! Jeff is back on the podcast after being away in May. This week, order is the first part of a multi-podcast series that will cover setting goals, assessing your current state, creating a plan, dealing with adversity, and celebrating your achievements. We also talk about some of our plans from now through 2011, Jeff’s “Five-for-Six” plan, Jeff’s Weight Watchers update, Nike+, some listener feedback, and more.
We follow up last week’s topic of setting race goals with a discussion on assessing your body and listening to the “good sore” feeling. We also talk about our plans to run the Philadelphia and Dam Full marathons, order my dizziness problem from earlier in the week, and Jeff surprises me with a memento.
I’m in New York City and got to have a chat with Brandon Wood, shop professional opera singer and host of Brandon’s Marathon Podcast. We talk about triathlon training, running with a positive attitude, and being part of the podcasting community.
I’m in New York City and got to have a chat with Brandon Wood, shop professional opera singer and host of Brandon’s Marathon Podcast. We talk about triathlon training, running with a positive attitude, and being part of the podcasting community.
My first sprint triathlon is four days away. Jeff and I talk about my plans, website
estimates, visit
fears, and excitement. This week we also discuss our creation of a training plan (part three of our series). Past episodes covered goals and assessment.
I did my first triathlon today. Although I plan on discussing it on the podcast, find I thought it would be interesting to capture the day through pictures and video. I know that several of our listeners are much more experienced triathletes than I am — but for those who aren’t or who think they are not fit enough to do one or who have never seen one in action (I hadn’t before today), I made this really short movie:


This week, herpes I talk about my first sprint triathlon (yes, esophagitis I’m hooked), my Arts Festival 10K rave, and being kidnapped and taken to Las Vegas for an early 40th birthday celebration. Andrew is the best vacation planner ever!
Most of this recording was made while team “In it for the T-Shirts Too” ran the Tussey mOUnTaiNBACK 50-mile relay through the hills of central Pennsylvania. The weather was beautiful and I have never had that much fun at a race!

Related Site:

I was poking around Facebook and saw an ad for this video about a guy who runs ultras. It’s not the complete awesomeness of Running on the Sun, sale but it’s still pretty cool — and free.

adiposity 0,0,0″ width=”500″ height=”333″ id=”EmbeddablePlayer”>
While I’m in Orlando, seek I took some time to go through some of the listener e-mail messages that have been coming in: chocolate milk, grip GO PHILLIES, symptoms exploding calves, and more…

Related Sites:

Jeff and I are finally in the studio together again. In this show, physician we talk about our training for the Philadelphia Marathon (completing our last long runs), what we’ll be doing in Philadelphia, a listener question about stretching, and some shoutouts to friends and listeners who have run or who are about to run their big race. Good luck everyone!

Related sites:

We’re seven days out from the 2008 Philadelphia Marathon. Jeff and I talk about what we’re doing this week, unhealthy what the weather is supposed to be like, wearing pink hats, the meet up after the race, and some comments from listeners.




Laying out my running stuff

Originally uploaded by agyorke102

Before going to the race expo, price I have learned to lay out all of my stuff: hat, gerontologist shoes, more about gloves, shirts, tights, pants, underwear, socks, technology, gels, etc… If I’ve forgotten anything, I can always pick it up at the race expo.

This picture was actually taken after the expo. I have my number that is already half-pinned to the vest I’ll be wearing. Missing from this picture is the SPI belt that I’ll be wearing to help carry the ginger chews that I’ll be taking along (from ZombieRunner.com). Ginger chews are a nice and refreshing during long runs and they can help settle your stomach if that’s a problem.

There is more gear here than normal. I’ll be taking the iPod to track my pace throughout the course. The iPhone is so I can get text updates from as other runners cross milestones along the way. The Mino video camera is to record the race experience. And then there is a lot more clothing than normal because it is supposed to be in the mid to upper 20’s when the race starts. It won’t be so bad after we get started and the sun comes up, but while we’re waiting for the race to begin, it’s going to be chilly. That’s also why I got some hand warmers.

9.5 hours until the race starts. I’m going to get to bed soon.


After finishing the Philadelphia Marathon today, stuff Jeff and I went to a mall food court to make a quick podcast. We talk about things like the weather, the course being hillier than we remembered, friends who were running, and our overall performance. Let’s just say that I set a PR and Jeff did extremely well.
After a few weeks off, help Jeff and I talk about what our training has been like lately, sildenafil what races we’re planning for 2009 and beyond, the Triathlete’s Training Bible, and some product reviews. Thanks again to all of those who wished us well before our marathon or congratulated us afterward.
In several segments over a couple of days, health care I drive down to get my nephews and talk about Runcast.TV. Then I talk to my sister (the original runner in my family) and get into some thoughts about New Year’s resolutions.
After the holidays and my vacation in Orlando, this site Jeff and I talk about the holiday damage, treatment the Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend, our interest in triathlons and ultramarathons, using Borax to control smelly clothes, and the value of investing (in your health and finances). Get that body moving in the new year folks, it’s going to be a good one!
Jeff and I talked about our potential marathon plans for this spring (Cleveland or Pittsburgh), obesity my triathlon ambitions, patient Jeff’s Weight Watchers update, a question about playlists and the new iPod rules, and then some responses to questions and comments from our listeners.
This week, this I’m recording solo. I talk about exercising while you have a cold, my initial thoughts about getting into triathlons, and listener mail about topics such as shoes, weight control, health, tri suits, and what some of our listeners have been up to. Enjoy!
This week, viagra 100mg Jeff and I talk about our recent workouts, practicing what I preach (workouts with bronchitis), my triathlon training, my growing “lady entourage”, Valentine’s Day, Comments from Kim and Ryan, and a few other miscellaneous items.
Jeff and I watched Ultramarathon Man on DVD this week. We review the movie and talk about Dean Karnazes’s book of the same name. I talk about the book “Your First Triathlon”, generic and then we discuss Weight Watchers and listener comments.
Jeff and I made our longest podcast to date. We talk about Jeff’s new Nike+ system, see shaving for sport performance, this the different lengths of triathlon races, comparisons of the success of different diet plans, thoughts about doing an ultramarathon, and whether it’s ever too late to learn to swim better.
This week, generic Jeff and I talk about my bike purchase, decease getting back into longer runs outside, capsule Jeff’s Weight Watcher progress, Borateem versus Borax, the Back on My Feet article from Runner’s World, and a ton of mail and comments that we’ve gotten from our listeners. Thanks for writing in everyone! Also, good luck to Dave from Running in the Center of the Universe and Brandon from Brandon’s Marathon, who are both running marathons this month.
Thanks to Kelownagurl for letting me know about Ultradad’s status and helping me heal my “bike injury”. The other segment is about Brandon’s Marathon and the difficulties of balancing family, approved work, training, and podcasting.
Thanks to Kelownagurl for letting me know about Ultradad’s status and helping me heal my “bike injury”. The other segment is about Brandon’s Marathon and the difficulties of balancing family, approved work, training, and podcasting.
Jeff is back this week. We talk a bit about my new bike, public health
an attempt at buying a triathlon suit, anesthetist
some problems with running motivation, and several notes that we received about running ultramarathons. Good luck to Brandon Wood, who is completing this first marathon as I write this.
This week, viagra order I made a short podcast about getting my first road bike, a virtual sprint triathlon that I did this week, Brandon’s upcoming marathon and IT Band issues, Dave’s marathon PR, and a comment from Jim about rollerblading and the Goofy Challenge.
Jeff and I talk about my minor bike accident, this Jeff’s dead legs, vitamins and medication, Ashland Dave (who is going to keep podcasting after his equipment is working), the Buckeye Outdoors challenge, Tri Suit fits, and some stomach issues. Happy Easter!
Jeff and I talk about my minor bike accident, this Jeff’s dead legs, vitamins and medication, Ashland Dave (who is going to keep podcasting after his equipment is working), the Buckeye Outdoors challenge, Tri Suit fits, and some stomach issues. Happy Easter!
The major topic this week is the cycle-thon, buy
which was my first group ride (for charity of course). It was a beautiful day. My bike was running nicely. I was having a blast – until – EPIC WIPEOUT! Helmets are a good thing!
This week, view I talk a bit about my ongoing triathlon training. Although I didn’t plan it, pills I mention Brandon (from Brandon’s Marathon Podcast) about a dozen times on this podcast. That’s okay. He has been my inspiration to do my first triathlon and has guided me through equipment and training, so it seems appropriate.
It’s a lovely multi-sport day here in State College, sickness PA. I talk about workouts of convenience, doctor Clif Quench, treat Brandon’s Crocs and chia seeds, competitive runners, gear lists and multisport assumptions, podcasting gear, Dean Karnazes, runner’s knee, and doing a 70.3 Ironman or 50-mile ultra event.
YAY! Jeff is back on the podcast after being away in May. This week, order is the first part of a multi-podcast series that will cover setting goals, assessing your current state, creating a plan, dealing with adversity, and celebrating your achievements. We also talk about some of our plans from now through 2011, Jeff’s “Five-for-Six” plan, Jeff’s Weight Watchers update, Nike+, some listener feedback, and more.
We follow up last week’s topic of setting race goals with a discussion on assessing your body and listening to the “good sore” feeling. We also talk about our plans to run the Philadelphia and Dam Full marathons, order my dizziness problem from earlier in the week, and Jeff surprises me with a memento.
I’m in New York City and got to have a chat with Brandon Wood, shop professional opera singer and host of Brandon’s Marathon Podcast. We talk about triathlon training, running with a positive attitude, and being part of the podcasting community.
I’m in New York City and got to have a chat with Brandon Wood, shop professional opera singer and host of Brandon’s Marathon Podcast. We talk about triathlon training, running with a positive attitude, and being part of the podcasting community.
My first sprint triathlon is four days away. Jeff and I talk about my plans, website
estimates, visit
fears, and excitement. This week we also discuss our creation of a training plan (part three of our series). Past episodes covered goals and assessment.
I did my first triathlon today. Although I plan on discussing it on the podcast, find I thought it would be interesting to capture the day through pictures and video. I know that several of our listeners are much more experienced triathletes than I am — but for those who aren’t or who think they are not fit enough to do one or who have never seen one in action (I hadn’t before today), I made this really short movie:


This week, herpes I talk about my first sprint triathlon (yes, esophagitis I’m hooked), my Arts Festival 10K rave, and being kidnapped and taken to Las Vegas for an early 40th birthday celebration. Andrew is the best vacation planner ever!
Jeff and I talk about an unofficial race that we helped organize as part of a work event, order opinions on our new shoes, and part 4 of 5 in our series: dealing with adversity. Next week, we’ll have our final show on celebrating your achievements.
The last part of our five-part series focuses on celebrating the end of a big race and what to do in the aftermath. We also discuss Jeff’s problems with his iPod, neuropathist physician why we get hooked on events or running in general, and some comments from our listeners.
The last part of our five-part series focuses on celebrating the end of a big race and what to do in the aftermath. We also discuss Jeff’s problems with his iPod, neuropathist physician why we get hooked on events or running in general, and some comments from our listeners.
This week, epidemic I thought I’d give a quick update about what is going on with me and Jeff since we haven’t been podcasting in a couple of weeks. I also read something today about the term Personal Best (used in other English speaking countries) versus Personal Record, pathopsychology which is the term typically used in the U.S. In short, get out there and do your personal best!
The last part of our five-part series focuses on celebrating the end of a big race and what to do in the aftermath. We also discuss Jeff’s problems with his iPod, neuropathist physician why we get hooked on events or running in general, and some comments from our listeners.
This week, epidemic I thought I’d give a quick update about what is going on with me and Jeff since we haven’t been podcasting in a couple of weeks. I also read something today about the term Personal Best (used in other English speaking countries) versus Personal Record, pathopsychology which is the term typically used in the U.S. In short, get out there and do your personal best!
This week, epidemic I thought I’d give a quick update about what is going on with me and Jeff since we haven’t been podcasting in a couple of weeks. I also read something today about the term Personal Best (used in other English speaking countries) versus Personal Record, pathopsychology which is the term typically used in the U.S. In short, get out there and do your personal best!
Jeff and I discuss the idea of being on a personal Vision Quest, website like this
the actuality of running barefoot or becoming a forefoot-striker, sick
issues with diet soda, keeping your metabolism alive, my switch from the Dam Full Marathon to the Tussey Mountainback 50-mile Relay, initial plans for a Philadelphia Marathon Meet-Up, night running, and shout-outs to Iron Brandon and Dirt Dawg. Good luck at Ironman Wisconson Brandon!.
The last part of our five-part series focuses on celebrating the end of a big race and what to do in the aftermath. We also discuss Jeff’s problems with his iPod, neuropathist physician why we get hooked on events or running in general, and some comments from our listeners.
This week, epidemic I thought I’d give a quick update about what is going on with me and Jeff since we haven’t been podcasting in a couple of weeks. I also read something today about the term Personal Best (used in other English speaking countries) versus Personal Record, pathopsychology which is the term typically used in the U.S. In short, get out there and do your personal best!
This week, epidemic I thought I’d give a quick update about what is going on with me and Jeff since we haven’t been podcasting in a couple of weeks. I also read something today about the term Personal Best (used in other English speaking countries) versus Personal Record, pathopsychology which is the term typically used in the U.S. In short, get out there and do your personal best!
Jeff and I discuss the idea of being on a personal Vision Quest, website like this
the actuality of running barefoot or becoming a forefoot-striker, sick
issues with diet soda, keeping your metabolism alive, my switch from the Dam Full Marathon to the Tussey Mountainback 50-mile Relay, initial plans for a Philadelphia Marathon Meet-Up, night running, and shout-outs to Iron Brandon and Dirt Dawg. Good luck at Ironman Wisconson Brandon!.
Jeff and I talk about the new Apple iPod Nano, erectile our recent training experiences, stomach my trial of three products (FRS, hair coconut water, and Sharkies), responses to my question about wearing technical socks to prevent blister, plans to meet up in Philadelphia after the marathon, and many other comments from our listeners. In the “send us your stuff” segment, we talk about an upcoming trial of Hornet Juice and that we’re open to trying and reporting on other products if others want to send us samples. We end with an update on Ultradad, so if you were a fan of his show, you may want to stick around until the final minutes (or fast forward — I don’t mind).
The last part of our five-part series focuses on celebrating the end of a big race and what to do in the aftermath. We also discuss Jeff’s problems with his iPod, neuropathist physician why we get hooked on events or running in general, and some comments from our listeners.
This week, epidemic I thought I’d give a quick update about what is going on with me and Jeff since we haven’t been podcasting in a couple of weeks. I also read something today about the term Personal Best (used in other English speaking countries) versus Personal Record, pathopsychology which is the term typically used in the U.S. In short, get out there and do your personal best!
This week, epidemic I thought I’d give a quick update about what is going on with me and Jeff since we haven’t been podcasting in a couple of weeks. I also read something today about the term Personal Best (used in other English speaking countries) versus Personal Record, pathopsychology which is the term typically used in the U.S. In short, get out there and do your personal best!
Jeff and I discuss the idea of being on a personal Vision Quest, website like this
the actuality of running barefoot or becoming a forefoot-striker, sick
issues with diet soda, keeping your metabolism alive, my switch from the Dam Full Marathon to the Tussey Mountainback 50-mile Relay, initial plans for a Philadelphia Marathon Meet-Up, night running, and shout-outs to Iron Brandon and Dirt Dawg. Good luck at Ironman Wisconson Brandon!.
Jeff and I talk about the new Apple iPod Nano, erectile our recent training experiences, stomach my trial of three products (FRS, hair coconut water, and Sharkies), responses to my question about wearing technical socks to prevent blister, plans to meet up in Philadelphia after the marathon, and many other comments from our listeners. In the “send us your stuff” segment, we talk about an upcoming trial of Hornet Juice and that we’re open to trying and reporting on other products if others want to send us samples. We end with an update on Ultradad, so if you were a fan of his show, you may want to stick around until the final minutes (or fast forward — I don’t mind).
This week, drug we talk about the Tussey Mountainback 50-mile relay, capsule Jeff’s shoe issues, the importance of respecting the marathon distance, an iPod cover product called Icewear, and several comments from listeners.
The last part of our five-part series focuses on celebrating the end of a big race and what to do in the aftermath. We also discuss Jeff’s problems with his iPod, neuropathist physician why we get hooked on events or running in general, and some comments from our listeners.
This week, epidemic I thought I’d give a quick update about what is going on with me and Jeff since we haven’t been podcasting in a couple of weeks. I also read something today about the term Personal Best (used in other English speaking countries) versus Personal Record, pathopsychology which is the term typically used in the U.S. In short, get out there and do your personal best!
This week, epidemic I thought I’d give a quick update about what is going on with me and Jeff since we haven’t been podcasting in a couple of weeks. I also read something today about the term Personal Best (used in other English speaking countries) versus Personal Record, pathopsychology which is the term typically used in the U.S. In short, get out there and do your personal best!
Jeff and I discuss the idea of being on a personal Vision Quest, website like this
the actuality of running barefoot or becoming a forefoot-striker, sick
issues with diet soda, keeping your metabolism alive, my switch from the Dam Full Marathon to the Tussey Mountainback 50-mile Relay, initial plans for a Philadelphia Marathon Meet-Up, night running, and shout-outs to Iron Brandon and Dirt Dawg. Good luck at Ironman Wisconson Brandon!.
Jeff and I talk about the new Apple iPod Nano, erectile our recent training experiences, stomach my trial of three products (FRS, hair coconut water, and Sharkies), responses to my question about wearing technical socks to prevent blister, plans to meet up in Philadelphia after the marathon, and many other comments from our listeners. In the “send us your stuff” segment, we talk about an upcoming trial of Hornet Juice and that we’re open to trying and reporting on other products if others want to send us samples. We end with an update on Ultradad, so if you were a fan of his show, you may want to stick around until the final minutes (or fast forward — I don’t mind).
This week, drug we talk about the Tussey Mountainback 50-mile relay, capsule Jeff’s shoe issues, the importance of respecting the marathon distance, an iPod cover product called Icewear, and several comments from listeners.
This week, help Jeff and I talk about the benefits of strength training, my attempts to get a little faster using Yasso 800’s, my experience with Hornet Juice and FRS, and looking forward to the Philadelphia Marathon, which is four weeks from today. We also respond to a lot of comments and e-mails from listeners from around the world.
The last part of our five-part series focuses on celebrating the end of a big race and what to do in the aftermath. We also discuss Jeff’s problems with his iPod, neuropathist physician why we get hooked on events or running in general, and some comments from our listeners.
This week, epidemic I thought I’d give a quick update about what is going on with me and Jeff since we haven’t been podcasting in a couple of weeks. I also read something today about the term Personal Best (used in other English speaking countries) versus Personal Record, pathopsychology which is the term typically used in the U.S. In short, get out there and do your personal best!
This week, epidemic I thought I’d give a quick update about what is going on with me and Jeff since we haven’t been podcasting in a couple of weeks. I also read something today about the term Personal Best (used in other English speaking countries) versus Personal Record, pathopsychology which is the term typically used in the U.S. In short, get out there and do your personal best!
Jeff and I discuss the idea of being on a personal Vision Quest, website like this
the actuality of running barefoot or becoming a forefoot-striker, sick
issues with diet soda, keeping your metabolism alive, my switch from the Dam Full Marathon to the Tussey Mountainback 50-mile Relay, initial plans for a Philadelphia Marathon Meet-Up, night running, and shout-outs to Iron Brandon and Dirt Dawg. Good luck at Ironman Wisconson Brandon!.
Jeff and I talk about the new Apple iPod Nano, erectile our recent training experiences, stomach my trial of three products (FRS, hair coconut water, and Sharkies), responses to my question about wearing technical socks to prevent blister, plans to meet up in Philadelphia after the marathon, and many other comments from our listeners. In the “send us your stuff” segment, we talk about an upcoming trial of Hornet Juice and that we’re open to trying and reporting on other products if others want to send us samples. We end with an update on Ultradad, so if you were a fan of his show, you may want to stick around until the final minutes (or fast forward — I don’t mind).
This week, drug we talk about the Tussey Mountainback 50-mile relay, capsule Jeff’s shoe issues, the importance of respecting the marathon distance, an iPod cover product called Icewear, and several comments from listeners.
This week, help Jeff and I talk about the benefits of strength training, my attempts to get a little faster using Yasso 800’s, my experience with Hornet Juice and FRS, and looking forward to the Philadelphia Marathon, which is four weeks from today. We also respond to a lot of comments and e-mails from listeners from around the world.
This week, help Jeff and I talk about the benefits of strength training, my attempts to get a little faster using Yasso 800’s, my experience with Hornet Juice and FRS, and looking forward to the Philadelphia Marathon, which is four weeks from today. We also respond to a lot of comments and e-mails from listeners from around the world.

Hey Eveyone. My good friend and fellow-podcaster Brandon Wood and people from the Newton company will be hosting a Newton Running Clinic in New York City this weekend. Here is the post from his site about it – reposted by permission.

Newton Running

I am SOOOO excited! Once again, hospital
the Newton Running team will be heading to the Big Apple! They’re going to be here for the New York City Marathon which is being run next Sunday, viagra sale November 1, shop 2009.

While they’re here, they wanted to spread the love to all of those who are die hard members of the Newton tribe and to all those who are curious to see what the Newton running philosophy and shoes are all about! If you wear other brands of shoes (or none at all!) come! For that matter, even if you’ve never heard of Newton, come on by!

Danny Abshire, co-founder of Newton, will be heading up a clinic in Central Park on Friday and Saturday mornings, October 30 & 31. Danny will go over the Newton philosophy and technique and then we will all go on a group run in Central Park, where he and other members of the Newton team will give pointers and tips for improving your technique and form.

As an added bonus, they’re going to come bearing gifts! Each participant in the free clinic will be given a Newton Running hat!

That is all the details for right now, but there will be more to come very soon, so check back often! If you have any questions regarding the event, please feel free to contact me by leaving a comment or click the CONTACT ME link above! If you’d like more information on Newton Running, check out these links:

The official Newton site

Newton on Twitter

Newton on Youtube

SEE YOU THERE!!!

UPDATE: IT’S ON!!! SEVEN AM EST AT THE BOATHOUSE IN CENTRAL PARK

So, here are the final details:

Who: Newton Founders, Danny Abshire and Jerry Lee and the Newton Running crew

What: Free Newton Running clinic and group run. Free Newton Running hat to all who attend! (someone will be there to watch bags and such)

When: Friday, October 30, 2009 7 AM EST

Where: The Boathouse in Central Park, New York, NY (click the link)

Newton wearer/runner or not, this is a great experience and we hope to see TONS of you there!

PLEASE TWEET THIS AND PASS THIS ALONG!

I know that if I lived near NYC, I would definitely check this out to see the shoes and give forefoot running a try.

The last part of our five-part series focuses on celebrating the end of a big race and what to do in the aftermath. We also discuss Jeff’s problems with his iPod, neuropathist physician why we get hooked on events or running in general, and some comments from our listeners.
This week, epidemic I thought I’d give a quick update about what is going on with me and Jeff since we haven’t been podcasting in a couple of weeks. I also read something today about the term Personal Best (used in other English speaking countries) versus Personal Record, pathopsychology which is the term typically used in the U.S. In short, get out there and do your personal best!
This week, epidemic I thought I’d give a quick update about what is going on with me and Jeff since we haven’t been podcasting in a couple of weeks. I also read something today about the term Personal Best (used in other English speaking countries) versus Personal Record, pathopsychology which is the term typically used in the U.S. In short, get out there and do your personal best!
Jeff and I discuss the idea of being on a personal Vision Quest, website like this
the actuality of running barefoot or becoming a forefoot-striker, sick
issues with diet soda, keeping your metabolism alive, my switch from the Dam Full Marathon to the Tussey Mountainback 50-mile Relay, initial plans for a Philadelphia Marathon Meet-Up, night running, and shout-outs to Iron Brandon and Dirt Dawg. Good luck at Ironman Wisconson Brandon!.
Jeff and I talk about the new Apple iPod Nano, erectile our recent training experiences, stomach my trial of three products (FRS, hair coconut water, and Sharkies), responses to my question about wearing technical socks to prevent blister, plans to meet up in Philadelphia after the marathon, and many other comments from our listeners. In the “send us your stuff” segment, we talk about an upcoming trial of Hornet Juice and that we’re open to trying and reporting on other products if others want to send us samples. We end with an update on Ultradad, so if you were a fan of his show, you may want to stick around until the final minutes (or fast forward — I don’t mind).
This week, drug we talk about the Tussey Mountainback 50-mile relay, capsule Jeff’s shoe issues, the importance of respecting the marathon distance, an iPod cover product called Icewear, and several comments from listeners.
This week, help Jeff and I talk about the benefits of strength training, my attempts to get a little faster using Yasso 800’s, my experience with Hornet Juice and FRS, and looking forward to the Philadelphia Marathon, which is four weeks from today. We also respond to a lot of comments and e-mails from listeners from around the world.
This week, help Jeff and I talk about the benefits of strength training, my attempts to get a little faster using Yasso 800’s, my experience with Hornet Juice and FRS, and looking forward to the Philadelphia Marathon, which is four weeks from today. We also respond to a lot of comments and e-mails from listeners from around the world.

Hey Eveyone. My good friend and fellow-podcaster Brandon Wood and people from the Newton company will be hosting a Newton Running Clinic in New York City this weekend. Here is the post from his site about it – reposted by permission.

Newton Running

I am SOOOO excited! Once again, hospital
the Newton Running team will be heading to the Big Apple! They’re going to be here for the New York City Marathon which is being run next Sunday, viagra sale November 1, shop 2009.

While they’re here, they wanted to spread the love to all of those who are die hard members of the Newton tribe and to all those who are curious to see what the Newton running philosophy and shoes are all about! If you wear other brands of shoes (or none at all!) come! For that matter, even if you’ve never heard of Newton, come on by!

Danny Abshire, co-founder of Newton, will be heading up a clinic in Central Park on Friday and Saturday mornings, October 30 & 31. Danny will go over the Newton philosophy and technique and then we will all go on a group run in Central Park, where he and other members of the Newton team will give pointers and tips for improving your technique and form.

As an added bonus, they’re going to come bearing gifts! Each participant in the free clinic will be given a Newton Running hat!

That is all the details for right now, but there will be more to come very soon, so check back often! If you have any questions regarding the event, please feel free to contact me by leaving a comment or click the CONTACT ME link above! If you’d like more information on Newton Running, check out these links:

The official Newton site

Newton on Twitter

Newton on Youtube

SEE YOU THERE!!!

UPDATE: IT’S ON!!! SEVEN AM EST AT THE BOATHOUSE IN CENTRAL PARK

So, here are the final details:

Who: Newton Founders, Danny Abshire and Jerry Lee and the Newton Running crew

What: Free Newton Running clinic and group run. Free Newton Running hat to all who attend! (someone will be there to watch bags and such)

When: Friday, October 30, 2009 7 AM EST

Where: The Boathouse in Central Park, New York, NY (click the link)

Newton wearer/runner or not, this is a great experience and we hope to see TONS of you there!

PLEASE TWEET THIS AND PASS THIS ALONG!

I know that if I lived near NYC, I would definitely check this out to see the shoes and give forefoot running a try.

This week, help Jeff and I talk about the benefits of strength training, my attempts to get a little faster using Yasso 800’s, my experience with Hornet Juice and FRS, and looking forward to the Philadelphia Marathon, which is four weeks from today. We also respond to a lot of comments and e-mails from listeners from around the world.

Hey Eveyone. My good friend and fellow-podcaster Brandon Wood and people from the Newton company will be hosting a Newton Running Clinic in New York City this weekend. Here is the post from his site about it – reposted by permission.

Newton Running

I am SOOOO excited! Once again, hospital
the Newton Running team will be heading to the Big Apple! They’re going to be here for the New York City Marathon which is being run next Sunday, viagra sale November 1, shop 2009.

While they’re here, they wanted to spread the love to all of those who are die hard members of the Newton tribe and to all those who are curious to see what the Newton running philosophy and shoes are all about! If you wear other brands of shoes (or none at all!) come! For that matter, even if you’ve never heard of Newton, come on by!

Danny Abshire, co-founder of Newton, will be heading up a clinic in Central Park on Friday and Saturday mornings, October 30 & 31. Danny will go over the Newton philosophy and technique and then we will all go on a group run in Central Park, where he and other members of the Newton team will give pointers and tips for improving your technique and form.

As an added bonus, they’re going to come bearing gifts! Each participant in the free clinic will be given a Newton Running hat!

That is all the details for right now, but there will be more to come very soon, so check back often! If you have any questions regarding the event, please feel free to contact me by leaving a comment or click the CONTACT ME link above! If you’d like more information on Newton Running, check out these links:

The official Newton site

Newton on Twitter

Newton on Youtube

SEE YOU THERE!!!

UPDATE: IT’S ON!!! SEVEN AM EST AT THE BOATHOUSE IN CENTRAL PARK

So, here are the final details:

Who: Newton Founders, Danny Abshire and Jerry Lee and the Newton Running crew

What: Free Newton Running clinic and group run. Free Newton Running hat to all who attend! (someone will be there to watch bags and such)

When: Friday, October 30, 2009 7 AM EST

Where: The Boathouse in Central Park, New York, NY (click the link)

Newton wearer/runner or not, this is a great experience and we hope to see TONS of you there!

PLEASE TWEET THIS AND PASS THIS ALONG!

I know that if I lived near NYC, I would definitely check this out to see the shoes and give forefoot running a try.

Hey Eveyone. My good friend and fellow-podcaster Brandon Wood and people from the Newton company will be hosting a Newton Running Clinic in New York City this weekend. Here is the post from his site about it – reposted by permission.

Newton Running

I am SOOOO excited! Once again, Oncology
the Newton Running team will be heading to the Big Apple! They’re going to be here for the New York City Marathon which is being run next Sunday, tablets
November 1, order 2009.

While they’re here, they wanted to spread the love to all of those who are die hard members of the Newton tribe and to all those who are curious to see what the Newton running philosophy and shoes are all about! If you wear other brands of shoes (or none at all!) come! For that matter, even if you’ve never heard of Newton, come on by!

Danny Abshire, co-founder of Newton, will be heading up a clinic in Central Park on Friday and Saturday mornings, October 30 & 31. Danny will go over the Newton philosophy and technique and then we will all go on a group run in Central Park, where he and other members of the Newton team will give pointers and tips for improving your technique and form.

As an added bonus, they’re going to come bearing gifts! Each participant in the free clinic will be given a Newton Running hat!

That is all the details for right now, but there will be more to come very soon, so check back often! If you have any questions regarding the event, please feel free to contact me by leaving a comment or click the CONTACT ME link above! If you’d like more information on Newton Running, check out these links:

The official Newton site

Newton on Twitter

Newton on Youtube

SEE YOU THERE!!!

UPDATE: IT’S ON!!! SEVEN AM EST AT THE BOATHOUSE IN CENTRAL PARK

So, here are the final details:

Who: Newton Founders, Danny Abshire and Jerry Lee and the Newton Running crew

What: Free Newton Running clinic and group run. Free Newton Running hat to all who attend! (someone will be there to watch bags and such)

When: Friday, October 30, 2009 7 AM EST

Where: The Boathouse in Central Park, New York, NY (click the link)

Newton wearer/runner or not, this is a great experience and we hope to see TONS of you there!

PLEASE TWEET THIS AND PASS THIS ALONG!

I know that if I lived near NYC, I would definitely check this out to see the shoes and give forefoot running a try.

The last part of our five-part series focuses on celebrating the end of a big race and what to do in the aftermath. We also discuss Jeff’s problems with his iPod, neuropathist physician why we get hooked on events or running in general, and some comments from our listeners.
This week, epidemic I thought I’d give a quick update about what is going on with me and Jeff since we haven’t been podcasting in a couple of weeks. I also read something today about the term Personal Best (used in other English speaking countries) versus Personal Record, pathopsychology which is the term typically used in the U.S. In short, get out there and do your personal best!
This week, epidemic I thought I’d give a quick update about what is going on with me and Jeff since we haven’t been podcasting in a couple of weeks. I also read something today about the term Personal Best (used in other English speaking countries) versus Personal Record, pathopsychology which is the term typically used in the U.S. In short, get out there and do your personal best!
Jeff and I discuss the idea of being on a personal Vision Quest, website like this
the actuality of running barefoot or becoming a forefoot-striker, sick
issues with diet soda, keeping your metabolism alive, my switch from the Dam Full Marathon to the Tussey Mountainback 50-mile Relay, initial plans for a Philadelphia Marathon Meet-Up, night running, and shout-outs to Iron Brandon and Dirt Dawg. Good luck at Ironman Wisconson Brandon!.
Jeff and I talk about the new Apple iPod Nano, erectile our recent training experiences, stomach my trial of three products (FRS, hair coconut water, and Sharkies), responses to my question about wearing technical socks to prevent blister, plans to meet up in Philadelphia after the marathon, and many other comments from our listeners. In the “send us your stuff” segment, we talk about an upcoming trial of Hornet Juice and that we’re open to trying and reporting on other products if others want to send us samples. We end with an update on Ultradad, so if you were a fan of his show, you may want to stick around until the final minutes (or fast forward — I don’t mind).
This week, drug we talk about the Tussey Mountainback 50-mile relay, capsule Jeff’s shoe issues, the importance of respecting the marathon distance, an iPod cover product called Icewear, and several comments from listeners.
This week, help Jeff and I talk about the benefits of strength training, my attempts to get a little faster using Yasso 800’s, my experience with Hornet Juice and FRS, and looking forward to the Philadelphia Marathon, which is four weeks from today. We also respond to a lot of comments and e-mails from listeners from around the world.
This week, help Jeff and I talk about the benefits of strength training, my attempts to get a little faster using Yasso 800’s, my experience with Hornet Juice and FRS, and looking forward to the Philadelphia Marathon, which is four weeks from today. We also respond to a lot of comments and e-mails from listeners from around the world.

Hey Eveyone. My good friend and fellow-podcaster Brandon Wood and people from the Newton company will be hosting a Newton Running Clinic in New York City this weekend. Here is the post from his site about it – reposted by permission.

Newton Running

I am SOOOO excited! Once again, hospital
the Newton Running team will be heading to the Big Apple! They’re going to be here for the New York City Marathon which is being run next Sunday, viagra sale November 1, shop 2009.

While they’re here, they wanted to spread the love to all of those who are die hard members of the Newton tribe and to all those who are curious to see what the Newton running philosophy and shoes are all about! If you wear other brands of shoes (or none at all!) come! For that matter, even if you’ve never heard of Newton, come on by!

Danny Abshire, co-founder of Newton, will be heading up a clinic in Central Park on Friday and Saturday mornings, October 30 & 31. Danny will go over the Newton philosophy and technique and then we will all go on a group run in Central Park, where he and other members of the Newton team will give pointers and tips for improving your technique and form.

As an added bonus, they’re going to come bearing gifts! Each participant in the free clinic will be given a Newton Running hat!

That is all the details for right now, but there will be more to come very soon, so check back often! If you have any questions regarding the event, please feel free to contact me by leaving a comment or click the CONTACT ME link above! If you’d like more information on Newton Running, check out these links:

The official Newton site

Newton on Twitter

Newton on Youtube

SEE YOU THERE!!!

UPDATE: IT’S ON!!! SEVEN AM EST AT THE BOATHOUSE IN CENTRAL PARK

So, here are the final details:

Who: Newton Founders, Danny Abshire and Jerry Lee and the Newton Running crew

What: Free Newton Running clinic and group run. Free Newton Running hat to all who attend! (someone will be there to watch bags and such)

When: Friday, October 30, 2009 7 AM EST

Where: The Boathouse in Central Park, New York, NY (click the link)

Newton wearer/runner or not, this is a great experience and we hope to see TONS of you there!

PLEASE TWEET THIS AND PASS THIS ALONG!

I know that if I lived near NYC, I would definitely check this out to see the shoes and give forefoot running a try.

This week, help Jeff and I talk about the benefits of strength training, my attempts to get a little faster using Yasso 800’s, my experience with Hornet Juice and FRS, and looking forward to the Philadelphia Marathon, which is four weeks from today. We also respond to a lot of comments and e-mails from listeners from around the world.

Hey Eveyone. My good friend and fellow-podcaster Brandon Wood and people from the Newton company will be hosting a Newton Running Clinic in New York City this weekend. Here is the post from his site about it – reposted by permission.

Newton Running

I am SOOOO excited! Once again, hospital
the Newton Running team will be heading to the Big Apple! They’re going to be here for the New York City Marathon which is being run next Sunday, viagra sale November 1, shop 2009.

While they’re here, they wanted to spread the love to all of those who are die hard members of the Newton tribe and to all those who are curious to see what the Newton running philosophy and shoes are all about! If you wear other brands of shoes (or none at all!) come! For that matter, even if you’ve never heard of Newton, come on by!

Danny Abshire, co-founder of Newton, will be heading up a clinic in Central Park on Friday and Saturday mornings, October 30 & 31. Danny will go over the Newton philosophy and technique and then we will all go on a group run in Central Park, where he and other members of the Newton team will give pointers and tips for improving your technique and form.

As an added bonus, they’re going to come bearing gifts! Each participant in the free clinic will be given a Newton Running hat!

That is all the details for right now, but there will be more to come very soon, so check back often! If you have any questions regarding the event, please feel free to contact me by leaving a comment or click the CONTACT ME link above! If you’d like more information on Newton Running, check out these links:

The official Newton site

Newton on Twitter

Newton on Youtube

SEE YOU THERE!!!

UPDATE: IT’S ON!!! SEVEN AM EST AT THE BOATHOUSE IN CENTRAL PARK

So, here are the final details:

Who: Newton Founders, Danny Abshire and Jerry Lee and the Newton Running crew

What: Free Newton Running clinic and group run. Free Newton Running hat to all who attend! (someone will be there to watch bags and such)

When: Friday, October 30, 2009 7 AM EST

Where: The Boathouse in Central Park, New York, NY (click the link)

Newton wearer/runner or not, this is a great experience and we hope to see TONS of you there!

PLEASE TWEET THIS AND PASS THIS ALONG!

I know that if I lived near NYC, I would definitely check this out to see the shoes and give forefoot running a try.

Hey Eveyone. My good friend and fellow-podcaster Brandon Wood and people from the Newton company will be hosting a Newton Running Clinic in New York City this weekend. Here is the post from his site about it – reposted by permission.

Newton Running

I am SOOOO excited! Once again, Oncology
the Newton Running team will be heading to the Big Apple! They’re going to be here for the New York City Marathon which is being run next Sunday, tablets
November 1, order 2009.

While they’re here, they wanted to spread the love to all of those who are die hard members of the Newton tribe and to all those who are curious to see what the Newton running philosophy and shoes are all about! If you wear other brands of shoes (or none at all!) come! For that matter, even if you’ve never heard of Newton, come on by!

Danny Abshire, co-founder of Newton, will be heading up a clinic in Central Park on Friday and Saturday mornings, October 30 & 31. Danny will go over the Newton philosophy and technique and then we will all go on a group run in Central Park, where he and other members of the Newton team will give pointers and tips for improving your technique and form.

As an added bonus, they’re going to come bearing gifts! Each participant in the free clinic will be given a Newton Running hat!

That is all the details for right now, but there will be more to come very soon, so check back often! If you have any questions regarding the event, please feel free to contact me by leaving a comment or click the CONTACT ME link above! If you’d like more information on Newton Running, check out these links:

The official Newton site

Newton on Twitter

Newton on Youtube

SEE YOU THERE!!!

UPDATE: IT’S ON!!! SEVEN AM EST AT THE BOATHOUSE IN CENTRAL PARK

So, here are the final details:

Who: Newton Founders, Danny Abshire and Jerry Lee and the Newton Running crew

What: Free Newton Running clinic and group run. Free Newton Running hat to all who attend! (someone will be there to watch bags and such)

When: Friday, October 30, 2009 7 AM EST

Where: The Boathouse in Central Park, New York, NY (click the link)

Newton wearer/runner or not, this is a great experience and we hope to see TONS of you there!

PLEASE TWEET THIS AND PASS THIS ALONG!

I know that if I lived near NYC, I would definitely check this out to see the shoes and give forefoot running a try.

Jeff and I talk about Jeff’s Hornet Juice trial, ampoule the new shoes (and socks) that he’ll be trying out, sickness and two New York Times articles – the first about the increase in slower runners completing marathons and the second about running through pain. Three weeks to go until the Philadelphia Marathon!
The last part of our five-part series focuses on celebrating the end of a big race and what to do in the aftermath. We also discuss Jeff’s problems with his iPod, neuropathist physician why we get hooked on events or running in general, and some comments from our listeners.
This week, epidemic I thought I’d give a quick update about what is going on with me and Jeff since we haven’t been podcasting in a couple of weeks. I also read something today about the term Personal Best (used in other English speaking countries) versus Personal Record, pathopsychology which is the term typically used in the U.S. In short, get out there and do your personal best!
This week, epidemic I thought I’d give a quick update about what is going on with me and Jeff since we haven’t been podcasting in a couple of weeks. I also read something today about the term Personal Best (used in other English speaking countries) versus Personal Record, pathopsychology which is the term typically used in the U.S. In short, get out there and do your personal best!
Jeff and I discuss the idea of being on a personal Vision Quest, website like this
the actuality of running barefoot or becoming a forefoot-striker, sick
issues with diet soda, keeping your metabolism alive, my switch from the Dam Full Marathon to the Tussey Mountainback 50-mile Relay, initial plans for a Philadelphia Marathon Meet-Up, night running, and shout-outs to Iron Brandon and Dirt Dawg. Good luck at Ironman Wisconson Brandon!.
Jeff and I talk about the new Apple iPod Nano, erectile our recent training experiences, stomach my trial of three products (FRS, hair coconut water, and Sharkies), responses to my question about wearing technical socks to prevent blister, plans to meet up in Philadelphia after the marathon, and many other comments from our listeners. In the “send us your stuff” segment, we talk about an upcoming trial of Hornet Juice and that we’re open to trying and reporting on other products if others want to send us samples. We end with an update on Ultradad, so if you were a fan of his show, you may want to stick around until the final minutes (or fast forward — I don’t mind).
This week, drug we talk about the Tussey Mountainback 50-mile relay, capsule Jeff’s shoe issues, the importance of respecting the marathon distance, an iPod cover product called Icewear, and several comments from listeners.
This week, help Jeff and I talk about the benefits of strength training, my attempts to get a little faster using Yasso 800’s, my experience with Hornet Juice and FRS, and looking forward to the Philadelphia Marathon, which is four weeks from today. We also respond to a lot of comments and e-mails from listeners from around the world.
This week, help Jeff and I talk about the benefits of strength training, my attempts to get a little faster using Yasso 800’s, my experience with Hornet Juice and FRS, and looking forward to the Philadelphia Marathon, which is four weeks from today. We also respond to a lot of comments and e-mails from listeners from around the world.

Hey Eveyone. My good friend and fellow-podcaster Brandon Wood and people from the Newton company will be hosting a Newton Running Clinic in New York City this weekend. Here is the post from his site about it – reposted by permission.

Newton Running

I am SOOOO excited! Once again, hospital
the Newton Running team will be heading to the Big Apple! They’re going to be here for the New York City Marathon which is being run next Sunday, viagra sale November 1, shop 2009.

While they’re here, they wanted to spread the love to all of those who are die hard members of the Newton tribe and to all those who are curious to see what the Newton running philosophy and shoes are all about! If you wear other brands of shoes (or none at all!) come! For that matter, even if you’ve never heard of Newton, come on by!

Danny Abshire, co-founder of Newton, will be heading up a clinic in Central Park on Friday and Saturday mornings, October 30 & 31. Danny will go over the Newton philosophy and technique and then we will all go on a group run in Central Park, where he and other members of the Newton team will give pointers and tips for improving your technique and form.

As an added bonus, they’re going to come bearing gifts! Each participant in the free clinic will be given a Newton Running hat!

That is all the details for right now, but there will be more to come very soon, so check back often! If you have any questions regarding the event, please feel free to contact me by leaving a comment or click the CONTACT ME link above! If you’d like more information on Newton Running, check out these links:

The official Newton site

Newton on Twitter

Newton on Youtube

SEE YOU THERE!!!

UPDATE: IT’S ON!!! SEVEN AM EST AT THE BOATHOUSE IN CENTRAL PARK

So, here are the final details:

Who: Newton Founders, Danny Abshire and Jerry Lee and the Newton Running crew

What: Free Newton Running clinic and group run. Free Newton Running hat to all who attend! (someone will be there to watch bags and such)

When: Friday, October 30, 2009 7 AM EST

Where: The Boathouse in Central Park, New York, NY (click the link)

Newton wearer/runner or not, this is a great experience and we hope to see TONS of you there!

PLEASE TWEET THIS AND PASS THIS ALONG!

I know that if I lived near NYC, I would definitely check this out to see the shoes and give forefoot running a try.

This week, help Jeff and I talk about the benefits of strength training, my attempts to get a little faster using Yasso 800’s, my experience with Hornet Juice and FRS, and looking forward to the Philadelphia Marathon, which is four weeks from today. We also respond to a lot of comments and e-mails from listeners from around the world.

Hey Eveyone. My good friend and fellow-podcaster Brandon Wood and people from the Newton company will be hosting a Newton Running Clinic in New York City this weekend. Here is the post from his site about it – reposted by permission.

Newton Running

I am SOOOO excited! Once again, hospital
the Newton Running team will be heading to the Big Apple! They’re going to be here for the New York City Marathon which is being run next Sunday, viagra sale November 1, shop 2009.

While they’re here, they wanted to spread the love to all of those who are die hard members of the Newton tribe and to all those who are curious to see what the Newton running philosophy and shoes are all about! If you wear other brands of shoes (or none at all!) come! For that matter, even if you’ve never heard of Newton, come on by!

Danny Abshire, co-founder of Newton, will be heading up a clinic in Central Park on Friday and Saturday mornings, October 30 & 31. Danny will go over the Newton philosophy and technique and then we will all go on a group run in Central Park, where he and other members of the Newton team will give pointers and tips for improving your technique and form.

As an added bonus, they’re going to come bearing gifts! Each participant in the free clinic will be given a Newton Running hat!

That is all the details for right now, but there will be more to come very soon, so check back often! If you have any questions regarding the event, please feel free to contact me by leaving a comment or click the CONTACT ME link above! If you’d like more information on Newton Running, check out these links:

The official Newton site

Newton on Twitter

Newton on Youtube

SEE YOU THERE!!!

UPDATE: IT’S ON!!! SEVEN AM EST AT THE BOATHOUSE IN CENTRAL PARK

So, here are the final details:

Who: Newton Founders, Danny Abshire and Jerry Lee and the Newton Running crew

What: Free Newton Running clinic and group run. Free Newton Running hat to all who attend! (someone will be there to watch bags and such)

When: Friday, October 30, 2009 7 AM EST

Where: The Boathouse in Central Park, New York, NY (click the link)

Newton wearer/runner or not, this is a great experience and we hope to see TONS of you there!

PLEASE TWEET THIS AND PASS THIS ALONG!

I know that if I lived near NYC, I would definitely check this out to see the shoes and give forefoot running a try.

Hey Eveyone. My good friend and fellow-podcaster Brandon Wood and people from the Newton company will be hosting a Newton Running Clinic in New York City this weekend. Here is the post from his site about it – reposted by permission.

Newton Running

I am SOOOO excited! Once again, Oncology
the Newton Running team will be heading to the Big Apple! They’re going to be here for the New York City Marathon which is being run next Sunday, tablets
November 1, order 2009.

While they’re here, they wanted to spread the love to all of those who are die hard members of the Newton tribe and to all those who are curious to see what the Newton running philosophy and shoes are all about! If you wear other brands of shoes (or none at all!) come! For that matter, even if you’ve never heard of Newton, come on by!

Danny Abshire, co-founder of Newton, will be heading up a clinic in Central Park on Friday and Saturday mornings, October 30 & 31. Danny will go over the Newton philosophy and technique and then we will all go on a group run in Central Park, where he and other members of the Newton team will give pointers and tips for improving your technique and form.

As an added bonus, they’re going to come bearing gifts! Each participant in the free clinic will be given a Newton Running hat!

That is all the details for right now, but there will be more to come very soon, so check back often! If you have any questions regarding the event, please feel free to contact me by leaving a comment or click the CONTACT ME link above! If you’d like more information on Newton Running, check out these links:

The official Newton site

Newton on Twitter

Newton on Youtube

SEE YOU THERE!!!

UPDATE: IT’S ON!!! SEVEN AM EST AT THE BOATHOUSE IN CENTRAL PARK

So, here are the final details:

Who: Newton Founders, Danny Abshire and Jerry Lee and the Newton Running crew

What: Free Newton Running clinic and group run. Free Newton Running hat to all who attend! (someone will be there to watch bags and such)

When: Friday, October 30, 2009 7 AM EST

Where: The Boathouse in Central Park, New York, NY (click the link)

Newton wearer/runner or not, this is a great experience and we hope to see TONS of you there!

PLEASE TWEET THIS AND PASS THIS ALONG!

I know that if I lived near NYC, I would definitely check this out to see the shoes and give forefoot running a try.

Jeff and I talk about Jeff’s Hornet Juice trial, ampoule the new shoes (and socks) that he’ll be trying out, sickness and two New York Times articles – the first about the increase in slower runners completing marathons and the second about running through pain. Three weeks to go until the Philadelphia Marathon!
Jeff and I talk about Jeff’s Hornet Juice trial, prescription the new shoes (and socks) that he’ll be trying out, health care and two New York Times articles – the first about the increase in slower runners completing marathons and the second about running through pain. Three weeks to go until the Philadelphia Marathon!
The last part of our five-part series focuses on celebrating the end of a big race and what to do in the aftermath. We also discuss Jeff’s problems with his iPod, neuropathist physician why we get hooked on events or running in general, and some comments from our listeners.
This week, epidemic I thought I’d give a quick update about what is going on with me and Jeff since we haven’t been podcasting in a couple of weeks. I also read something today about the term Personal Best (used in other English speaking countries) versus Personal Record, pathopsychology which is the term typically used in the U.S. In short, get out there and do your personal best!
This week, epidemic I thought I’d give a quick update about what is going on with me and Jeff since we haven’t been podcasting in a couple of weeks. I also read something today about the term Personal Best (used in other English speaking countries) versus Personal Record, pathopsychology which is the term typically used in the U.S. In short, get out there and do your personal best!
Jeff and I discuss the idea of being on a personal Vision Quest, website like this
the actuality of running barefoot or becoming a forefoot-striker, sick
issues with diet soda, keeping your metabolism alive, my switch from the Dam Full Marathon to the Tussey Mountainback 50-mile Relay, initial plans for a Philadelphia Marathon Meet-Up, night running, and shout-outs to Iron Brandon and Dirt Dawg. Good luck at Ironman Wisconson Brandon!.
Jeff and I talk about the new Apple iPod Nano, erectile our recent training experiences, stomach my trial of three products (FRS, hair coconut water, and Sharkies), responses to my question about wearing technical socks to prevent blister, plans to meet up in Philadelphia after the marathon, and many other comments from our listeners. In the “send us your stuff” segment, we talk about an upcoming trial of Hornet Juice and that we’re open to trying and reporting on other products if others want to send us samples. We end with an update on Ultradad, so if you were a fan of his show, you may want to stick around until the final minutes (or fast forward — I don’t mind).
This week, drug we talk about the Tussey Mountainback 50-mile relay, capsule Jeff’s shoe issues, the importance of respecting the marathon distance, an iPod cover product called Icewear, and several comments from listeners.
This week, help Jeff and I talk about the benefits of strength training, my attempts to get a little faster using Yasso 800’s, my experience with Hornet Juice and FRS, and looking forward to the Philadelphia Marathon, which is four weeks from today. We also respond to a lot of comments and e-mails from listeners from around the world.
This week, help Jeff and I talk about the benefits of strength training, my attempts to get a little faster using Yasso 800’s, my experience with Hornet Juice and FRS, and looking forward to the Philadelphia Marathon, which is four weeks from today. We also respond to a lot of comments and e-mails from listeners from around the world.

Hey Eveyone. My good friend and fellow-podcaster Brandon Wood and people from the Newton company will be hosting a Newton Running Clinic in New York City this weekend. Here is the post from his site about it – reposted by permission.

Newton Running

I am SOOOO excited! Once again, hospital
the Newton Running team will be heading to the Big Apple! They’re going to be here for the New York City Marathon which is being run next Sunday, viagra sale November 1, shop 2009.

While they’re here, they wanted to spread the love to all of those who are die hard members of the Newton tribe and to all those who are curious to see what the Newton running philosophy and shoes are all about! If you wear other brands of shoes (or none at all!) come! For that matter, even if you’ve never heard of Newton, come on by!

Danny Abshire, co-founder of Newton, will be heading up a clinic in Central Park on Friday and Saturday mornings, October 30 & 31. Danny will go over the Newton philosophy and technique and then we will all go on a group run in Central Park, where he and other members of the Newton team will give pointers and tips for improving your technique and form.

As an added bonus, they’re going to come bearing gifts! Each participant in the free clinic will be given a Newton Running hat!

That is all the details for right now, but there will be more to come very soon, so check back often! If you have any questions regarding the event, please feel free to contact me by leaving a comment or click the CONTACT ME link above! If you’d like more information on Newton Running, check out these links:

The official Newton site

Newton on Twitter

Newton on Youtube

SEE YOU THERE!!!

UPDATE: IT’S ON!!! SEVEN AM EST AT THE BOATHOUSE IN CENTRAL PARK

So, here are the final details:

Who: Newton Founders, Danny Abshire and Jerry Lee and the Newton Running crew

What: Free Newton Running clinic and group run. Free Newton Running hat to all who attend! (someone will be there to watch bags and such)

When: Friday, October 30, 2009 7 AM EST

Where: The Boathouse in Central Park, New York, NY (click the link)

Newton wearer/runner or not, this is a great experience and we hope to see TONS of you there!

PLEASE TWEET THIS AND PASS THIS ALONG!

I know that if I lived near NYC, I would definitely check this out to see the shoes and give forefoot running a try.

This week, help Jeff and I talk about the benefits of strength training, my attempts to get a little faster using Yasso 800’s, my experience with Hornet Juice and FRS, and looking forward to the Philadelphia Marathon, which is four weeks from today. We also respond to a lot of comments and e-mails from listeners from around the world.

Hey Eveyone. My good friend and fellow-podcaster Brandon Wood and people from the Newton company will be hosting a Newton Running Clinic in New York City this weekend. Here is the post from his site about it – reposted by permission.

Newton Running

I am SOOOO excited! Once again, hospital
the Newton Running team will be heading to the Big Apple! They’re going to be here for the New York City Marathon which is being run next Sunday, viagra sale November 1, shop 2009.

While they’re here, they wanted to spread the love to all of those who are die hard members of the Newton tribe and to all those who are curious to see what the Newton running philosophy and shoes are all about! If you wear other brands of shoes (or none at all!) come! For that matter, even if you’ve never heard of Newton, come on by!

Danny Abshire, co-founder of Newton, will be heading up a clinic in Central Park on Friday and Saturday mornings, October 30 & 31. Danny will go over the Newton philosophy and technique and then we will all go on a group run in Central Park, where he and other members of the Newton team will give pointers and tips for improving your technique and form.

As an added bonus, they’re going to come bearing gifts! Each participant in the free clinic will be given a Newton Running hat!

That is all the details for right now, but there will be more to come very soon, so check back often! If you have any questions regarding the event, please feel free to contact me by leaving a comment or click the CONTACT ME link above! If you’d like more information on Newton Running, check out these links:

The official Newton site

Newton on Twitter

Newton on Youtube

SEE YOU THERE!!!

UPDATE: IT’S ON!!! SEVEN AM EST AT THE BOATHOUSE IN CENTRAL PARK

So, here are the final details:

Who: Newton Founders, Danny Abshire and Jerry Lee and the Newton Running crew

What: Free Newton Running clinic and group run. Free Newton Running hat to all who attend! (someone will be there to watch bags and such)

When: Friday, October 30, 2009 7 AM EST

Where: The Boathouse in Central Park, New York, NY (click the link)

Newton wearer/runner or not, this is a great experience and we hope to see TONS of you there!

PLEASE TWEET THIS AND PASS THIS ALONG!

I know that if I lived near NYC, I would definitely check this out to see the shoes and give forefoot running a try.

Hey Eveyone. My good friend and fellow-podcaster Brandon Wood and people from the Newton company will be hosting a Newton Running Clinic in New York City this weekend. Here is the post from his site about it – reposted by permission.

Newton Running

I am SOOOO excited! Once again, Oncology
the Newton Running team will be heading to the Big Apple! They’re going to be here for the New York City Marathon which is being run next Sunday, tablets
November 1, order 2009.

While they’re here, they wanted to spread the love to all of those who are die hard members of the Newton tribe and to all those who are curious to see what the Newton running philosophy and shoes are all about! If you wear other brands of shoes (or none at all!) come! For that matter, even if you’ve never heard of Newton, come on by!

Danny Abshire, co-founder of Newton, will be heading up a clinic in Central Park on Friday and Saturday mornings, October 30 & 31. Danny will go over the Newton philosophy and technique and then we will all go on a group run in Central Park, where he and other members of the Newton team will give pointers and tips for improving your technique and form.

As an added bonus, they’re going to come bearing gifts! Each participant in the free clinic will be given a Newton Running hat!

That is all the details for right now, but there will be more to come very soon, so check back often! If you have any questions regarding the event, please feel free to contact me by leaving a comment or click the CONTACT ME link above! If you’d like more information on Newton Running, check out these links:

The official Newton site

Newton on Twitter

Newton on Youtube

SEE YOU THERE!!!

UPDATE: IT’S ON!!! SEVEN AM EST AT THE BOATHOUSE IN CENTRAL PARK

So, here are the final details:

Who: Newton Founders, Danny Abshire and Jerry Lee and the Newton Running crew

What: Free Newton Running clinic and group run. Free Newton Running hat to all who attend! (someone will be there to watch bags and such)

When: Friday, October 30, 2009 7 AM EST

Where: The Boathouse in Central Park, New York, NY (click the link)

Newton wearer/runner or not, this is a great experience and we hope to see TONS of you there!

PLEASE TWEET THIS AND PASS THIS ALONG!

I know that if I lived near NYC, I would definitely check this out to see the shoes and give forefoot running a try.

Jeff and I talk about Jeff’s Hornet Juice trial, ampoule the new shoes (and socks) that he’ll be trying out, sickness and two New York Times articles – the first about the increase in slower runners completing marathons and the second about running through pain. Three weeks to go until the Philadelphia Marathon!
Jeff and I talk about Jeff’s Hornet Juice trial, prescription the new shoes (and socks) that he’ll be trying out, health care and two New York Times articles – the first about the increase in slower runners completing marathons and the second about running through pain. Three weeks to go until the Philadelphia Marathon!
Jeff and I talk about Jeff’s Hornet Juice trial, prescription the new shoes (and socks) that he’ll be trying out, health care and two New York Times articles – the first about the increase in slower runners completing marathons and the second about running through pain. Three weeks to go until the Philadelphia Marathon!
This episode is devoted to my race report from the 2009 Philadelphia Marathon that was held on November 22. I finished the race in 3:59:14 side by side with Brandon Wood. A good time was had by all and I learned a few lessons. Also, ailment
congratulations to the winners of the Hornet Juice contest!
The last part of our five-part series focuses on celebrating the end of a big race and what to do in the aftermath. We also discuss Jeff’s problems with his iPod, neuropathist physician why we get hooked on events or running in general, and some comments from our listeners.
This week, epidemic I thought I’d give a quick update about what is going on with me and Jeff since we haven’t been podcasting in a couple of weeks. I also read something today about the term Personal Best (used in other English speaking countries) versus Personal Record, pathopsychology which is the term typically used in the U.S. In short, get out there and do your personal best!
This week, epidemic I thought I’d give a quick update about what is going on with me and Jeff since we haven’t been podcasting in a couple of weeks. I also read something today about the term Personal Best (used in other English speaking countries) versus Personal Record, pathopsychology which is the term typically used in the U.S. In short, get out there and do your personal best!
Jeff and I discuss the idea of being on a personal Vision Quest, website like this
the actuality of running barefoot or becoming a forefoot-striker, sick
issues with diet soda, keeping your metabolism alive, my switch from the Dam Full Marathon to the Tussey Mountainback 50-mile Relay, initial plans for a Philadelphia Marathon Meet-Up, night running, and shout-outs to Iron Brandon and Dirt Dawg. Good luck at Ironman Wisconson Brandon!.
Jeff and I talk about the new Apple iPod Nano, erectile our recent training experiences, stomach my trial of three products (FRS, hair coconut water, and Sharkies), responses to my question about wearing technical socks to prevent blister, plans to meet up in Philadelphia after the marathon, and many other comments from our listeners. In the “send us your stuff” segment, we talk about an upcoming trial of Hornet Juice and that we’re open to trying and reporting on other products if others want to send us samples. We end with an update on Ultradad, so if you were a fan of his show, you may want to stick around until the final minutes (or fast forward — I don’t mind).
This week, drug we talk about the Tussey Mountainback 50-mile relay, capsule Jeff’s shoe issues, the importance of respecting the marathon distance, an iPod cover product called Icewear, and several comments from listeners.
This week, help Jeff and I talk about the benefits of strength training, my attempts to get a little faster using Yasso 800’s, my experience with Hornet Juice and FRS, and looking forward to the Philadelphia Marathon, which is four weeks from today. We also respond to a lot of comments and e-mails from listeners from around the world.
This week, help Jeff and I talk about the benefits of strength training, my attempts to get a little faster using Yasso 800’s, my experience with Hornet Juice and FRS, and looking forward to the Philadelphia Marathon, which is four weeks from today. We also respond to a lot of comments and e-mails from listeners from around the world.

Hey Eveyone. My good friend and fellow-podcaster Brandon Wood and people from the Newton company will be hosting a Newton Running Clinic in New York City this weekend. Here is the post from his site about it – reposted by permission.

Newton Running

I am SOOOO excited! Once again, hospital
the Newton Running team will be heading to the Big Apple! They’re going to be here for the New York City Marathon which is being run next Sunday, viagra sale November 1, shop 2009.

While they’re here, they wanted to spread the love to all of those who are die hard members of the Newton tribe and to all those who are curious to see what the Newton running philosophy and shoes are all about! If you wear other brands of shoes (or none at all!) come! For that matter, even if you’ve never heard of Newton, come on by!

Danny Abshire, co-founder of Newton, will be heading up a clinic in Central Park on Friday and Saturday mornings, October 30 & 31. Danny will go over the Newton philosophy and technique and then we will all go on a group run in Central Park, where he and other members of the Newton team will give pointers and tips for improving your technique and form.

As an added bonus, they’re going to come bearing gifts! Each participant in the free clinic will be given a Newton Running hat!

That is all the details for right now, but there will be more to come very soon, so check back often! If you have any questions regarding the event, please feel free to contact me by leaving a comment or click the CONTACT ME link above! If you’d like more information on Newton Running, check out these links:

The official Newton site

Newton on Twitter

Newton on Youtube

SEE YOU THERE!!!

UPDATE: IT’S ON!!! SEVEN AM EST AT THE BOATHOUSE IN CENTRAL PARK

So, here are the final details:

Who: Newton Founders, Danny Abshire and Jerry Lee and the Newton Running crew

What: Free Newton Running clinic and group run. Free Newton Running hat to all who attend! (someone will be there to watch bags and such)

When: Friday, October 30, 2009 7 AM EST

Where: The Boathouse in Central Park, New York, NY (click the link)

Newton wearer/runner or not, this is a great experience and we hope to see TONS of you there!

PLEASE TWEET THIS AND PASS THIS ALONG!

I know that if I lived near NYC, I would definitely check this out to see the shoes and give forefoot running a try.

This week, help Jeff and I talk about the benefits of strength training, my attempts to get a little faster using Yasso 800’s, my experience with Hornet Juice and FRS, and looking forward to the Philadelphia Marathon, which is four weeks from today. We also respond to a lot of comments and e-mails from listeners from around the world.

Hey Eveyone. My good friend and fellow-podcaster Brandon Wood and people from the Newton company will be hosting a Newton Running Clinic in New York City this weekend. Here is the post from his site about it – reposted by permission.

Newton Running

I am SOOOO excited! Once again, hospital
the Newton Running team will be heading to the Big Apple! They’re going to be here for the New York City Marathon which is being run next Sunday, viagra sale November 1, shop 2009.

While they’re here, they wanted to spread the love to all of those who are die hard members of the Newton tribe and to all those who are curious to see what the Newton running philosophy and shoes are all about! If you wear other brands of shoes (or none at all!) come! For that matter, even if you’ve never heard of Newton, come on by!

Danny Abshire, co-founder of Newton, will be heading up a clinic in Central Park on Friday and Saturday mornings, October 30 & 31. Danny will go over the Newton philosophy and technique and then we will all go on a group run in Central Park, where he and other members of the Newton team will give pointers and tips for improving your technique and form.

As an added bonus, they’re going to come bearing gifts! Each participant in the free clinic will be given a Newton Running hat!

That is all the details for right now, but there will be more to come very soon, so check back often! If you have any questions regarding the event, please feel free to contact me by leaving a comment or click the CONTACT ME link above! If you’d like more information on Newton Running, check out these links:

The official Newton site

Newton on Twitter

Newton on Youtube

SEE YOU THERE!!!

UPDATE: IT’S ON!!! SEVEN AM EST AT THE BOATHOUSE IN CENTRAL PARK

So, here are the final details:

Who: Newton Founders, Danny Abshire and Jerry Lee and the Newton Running crew

What: Free Newton Running clinic and group run. Free Newton Running hat to all who attend! (someone will be there to watch bags and such)

When: Friday, October 30, 2009 7 AM EST

Where: The Boathouse in Central Park, New York, NY (click the link)

Newton wearer/runner or not, this is a great experience and we hope to see TONS of you there!

PLEASE TWEET THIS AND PASS THIS ALONG!

I know that if I lived near NYC, I would definitely check this out to see the shoes and give forefoot running a try.

Hey Eveyone. My good friend and fellow-podcaster Brandon Wood and people from the Newton company will be hosting a Newton Running Clinic in New York City this weekend. Here is the post from his site about it – reposted by permission.

Newton Running

I am SOOOO excited! Once again, Oncology
the Newton Running team will be heading to the Big Apple! They’re going to be here for the New York City Marathon which is being run next Sunday, tablets
November 1, order 2009.

While they’re here, they wanted to spread the love to all of those who are die hard members of the Newton tribe and to all those who are curious to see what the Newton running philosophy and shoes are all about! If you wear other brands of shoes (or none at all!) come! For that matter, even if you’ve never heard of Newton, come on by!

Danny Abshire, co-founder of Newton, will be heading up a clinic in Central Park on Friday and Saturday mornings, October 30 & 31. Danny will go over the Newton philosophy and technique and then we will all go on a group run in Central Park, where he and other members of the Newton team will give pointers and tips for improving your technique and form.

As an added bonus, they’re going to come bearing gifts! Each participant in the free clinic will be given a Newton Running hat!

That is all the details for right now, but there will be more to come very soon, so check back often! If you have any questions regarding the event, please feel free to contact me by leaving a comment or click the CONTACT ME link above! If you’d like more information on Newton Running, check out these links:

The official Newton site

Newton on Twitter

Newton on Youtube

SEE YOU THERE!!!

UPDATE: IT’S ON!!! SEVEN AM EST AT THE BOATHOUSE IN CENTRAL PARK

So, here are the final details:

Who: Newton Founders, Danny Abshire and Jerry Lee and the Newton Running crew

What: Free Newton Running clinic and group run. Free Newton Running hat to all who attend! (someone will be there to watch bags and such)

When: Friday, October 30, 2009 7 AM EST

Where: The Boathouse in Central Park, New York, NY (click the link)

Newton wearer/runner or not, this is a great experience and we hope to see TONS of you there!

PLEASE TWEET THIS AND PASS THIS ALONG!

I know that if I lived near NYC, I would definitely check this out to see the shoes and give forefoot running a try.

Jeff and I talk about Jeff’s Hornet Juice trial, ampoule the new shoes (and socks) that he’ll be trying out, sickness and two New York Times articles – the first about the increase in slower runners completing marathons and the second about running through pain. Three weeks to go until the Philadelphia Marathon!
Jeff and I talk about Jeff’s Hornet Juice trial, prescription the new shoes (and socks) that he’ll be trying out, health care and two New York Times articles – the first about the increase in slower runners completing marathons and the second about running through pain. Three weeks to go until the Philadelphia Marathon!
Jeff and I talk about Jeff’s Hornet Juice trial, prescription the new shoes (and socks) that he’ll be trying out, health care and two New York Times articles – the first about the increase in slower runners completing marathons and the second about running through pain. Three weeks to go until the Philadelphia Marathon!
This episode is devoted to my race report from the 2009 Philadelphia Marathon that was held on November 22. I finished the race in 3:59:14 side by side with Brandon Wood. A good time was had by all and I learned a few lessons. Also, ailment
congratulations to the winners of the Hornet Juice contest!
In this show, hemophilia I talk about my recent trip to Denver, medical being sick for a few days, plague several things related to the Philadelphia Marathon, and I’m starting a Hornet Juice give-away. The rules are:

  • Leave a comment on this post (or any other post) before the end of November
  • You must mention Hornet Juice in your comment – mostly so I know that you want some
  • One entry per person – although leave more comments if you like
  • On December 1, I will randomly select 10 winners
  • The 10 winners will be contacted by me to get your address so the folks at Hornet Juice can send you a sample
  • All of this is subject to change – I’m not affiliated with Hornet Juice, so I can’t guarantee things like their delivery time or anything

Oh, and as promised, here are our bib numbers: Allan (5915) and Brandon (4906) so you can track us. I haven’t talked with Jeff yet to get his. If you’re running the race and want to share your bib number, please post it as a comment. And don’t forget the meet-up at the Hard Rock Cafe at 2:30 on November 22!

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45 Responses to Running with the Pack 60: Hornet Juice, Denver, Sick, and 7 Days until Philly!

  1. Debby says:

    Good Luck at the Philly Marathon! Not that you need luck 🙂

    I've heard that Hornet Juice is pretty effective, but I haven't tried it yet.

    Debby in DE

  2. Colin says:

    Hi Allan,
    Been listening to your podcast for several months now (I found you guys when you first interviewed Brandon Wood). I enjoy listening to you and Jeff. You cover a lot of useful information related to running and endurance training.
    Here's hoping you guys have a safe, fun and successful Philly Marathon.
    Oh…and I'd love to try some Hornet Juice!
    Best,
    Colin (Everett, WA)

  3. Tom says:

    I really enjoy the podcast. My wife and I live in Alabama, but we're headed to Philly to run this weekend (after a stop at my folks' house in Easton for our four-year-old to stay with his grandparents).

    Your comments about balancing time in a relationship are dead on. It doesn't necessarily get easier when both partners are runners, though. As I my wife and I were training, we had to not only schedule long runs, but make sure that one of us was at home with our son. It's easy enough now, but considering that our training started when it would be 90+ degrees with high humidity by 9 AM(you gotta love Alabama), it caused some delicate scheduling choices.

    Oh, and I'd love to try the hornet juice.

    Good luck with Philly.
    Tom (Northport, AL)

  4. Bill says:

    Just finished the podcast this morning, figured I would get in on the Hornet Juice drawing. Also wanted to add that I am in a mixed marriage (my wife does not run), and I have to work hard sometimes to maintain that balance of taking care or myself and the needs of my family. On days off I usually have to get up pretty early to get a run in before the kids get up.

  5. Tucker says:

    Good luck in Philly. Wanted to run the half but it filled up to quickly for me. And there is no way I could "bandit" the race and feel good about myself. Hope you kick Brandon's @ss!

    Have heard you and Brett from ZenTri talk about this Hornet Juice stuff. Would love to give it a try.

  6. Jay says:

    Allan,
    Good luck in Philly. I am sure you will have a great race. I enjoy listening to you and Jeff on the podcasts.
    I am also interested in trying Hornet Juice.

  7. Stplatt says:

    First let me get this out of the way Hornet Juice, Hornet Juice, Hornet Juice. I want it.

    Now, I found it ironic that in this episode you talked a lot about chaffing. The reason that it was ironic is that I was listening as I was running home from work. I had my old school Bruce Jenner type Race Ready shorts (short shorts, I'll spare you the pictures). Usually I am mandated by my wife to wear compression shorts underneath, and I do. Apparently when I was packing my running bag, I failed to pack the compression shorts.

    Chaffe city on the thighs. Won't make THAT mistake again.

    Loved the show. Keep it up, and just to make sure. . . Hornet Juice, Hornet Juice, Hornet Juice.

  8. kevan evans says:

    Hi Allan,
    I have been listening to yourself and jeff for sometime, since you were spoken about on Brandon's podcast. I met Brandon at the NYC marathon expo, great guy he really helped me before my fisrt marathon. He also gave me a pack of the" juice of the Hornet", but unluckly it burst in my bag on the flight home so i've still not tried it yet. All the best to you both in Phili. I know you'll all PR, as whatever time Brandon puts up is my target for London next year.

    All the best

    Kev Ev
    Liverpool. UK

  9. brandontenor says:

    Hey there!

    re: altitude. It can be BRUTAL. I began running a bit a few years back in Santa Fe, NM which is at 7,000 ft. and I about died at first. I would LOVE to be able to do some more altitude training.

    Monetize!? HAHAHAHAHA!!! (Looks off in a haze…)

    During my first marathon it was the existing ITB problem that I developed in the lead up to Richmond Marathon (which didn't happen). My IT Band locked up solid at the half when I stopped to pee.

    I may be wrong, but I believe that overseas lottery entrants to the NYC Marathon pull from a different pool of entries.

    Great show, as always!

    BW

  10. drsmitty says:

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    I would like to try it. Good luck in Philly. Love the show guys.

  11. Helen says:

    Here's an update on Harrisburg marathon as a training run for Philly.

    This was a nice, low-key race if you're ever looking for something with a little less hoopla that isn't too far from home. And they have candybars and wind shirts as goodies! Unfortunately, there are tough hills late in the race. Lucky for me the hills arrived just at the point where I could end my training run and start walking.

    Tthe best part of the day was meeting an online running buddy at the race. I'm doing the Goofy Challenge as part of a charity team. One of my team mates was at Harrisburg running his1st marathon. He was hit with leg cramps late in the race and had to walk the final miles. I happened to see him and was able to walk with him to the finish line. Being together made me feel good about walking and it helped him to make it across the finish line before the time cut off. He was a little worried that he might not have been able to do that. So I have to think that my going to the race was a good thing all around, no matter what happens on November 22. Good Luck to both of you at the marathon! And yes — I've got to get in on the Hornet Juice challenge!

  12. Brian says:

    Loved the podcast! It was actually my first time listening to your cast…and now I will be going back to episode 1 and starting from there!
    As a newbie to running (not good at it at all!!!) and triathlon, I would love to test out some Hornet Juice, and see what it can do for me!

    Looking forward to the previous podcasts…and catching up!

  13. Simon Lewis says:

    Allan, great solo podcast. Half English hey. You have to come over and run London.

    I'd love to try Hornet Juice but its a long way to post it.

    As for Tanya's question, I have a superbly supportive wife who rarely complains about my running or cycling. She is very cool about it as she recognises that it makes me a happier and healthier person. If I go out running or cycling for half a day at the weekend, the result is a happy husband and Dad which is good for everyone.

    The week days are more complicated be I fit in runs and rides when I can. I would love to join a running club but it just doesn't fit in with family life so I just can't. Its like everything else, give and take.

    And Allan, you are so right. I know how boring it must be for a non-runner to listen to me go on and go about running.

    Good luck with the marathon. I hope your cold clears up.

    Simon Lewis
    London

  14. Rebecca says:

    Hi guys. I just found your podcast a couple weeks ago and love it. Allan – I just listened to #60 and I am so glad you gave everyone permission to be a runner. That is so right on! I'm running my third marathon on Nov. 29th (Seattle marathon) and am registered to run Boston in 2010 (I qualified in June at the Seattle rock and roll marathon). I'm very nervous and excited! My husband is a runner, too, so luckily we can listen to eachother go on and on about our training.

    I'm interested in trying the hornet juice. I've read about it before, and it sounds like its worth giving a try!

    Thanks and good luck in Philly!

    Rebecca Adamson
    Seattle

  15. Billy says:

    Good luck in Philly this weekend!

    Looks like there are already 10 Hornet Juice posts, so I guess I'll catch it iif there is a next time.

    Billy Bird
    Arkansas

  16. Andreas says:

    Hi guys.

    I'm enjoying your podcast tremendously. Have been listening ever since my first half marathon in september 2008. I ran my first full marathon last summer here in Turku, the Paavo Nurmi Marathon. It was quite an experience and now I have signed up for the Stockholm Marathon in June 2010! It would be very interesting to try out Hornet Juice during my training 😉

    I wish you both the best of luck in Philly on Sunday, I know you'll do great!
    And good luck to Brandon too. And everybody else also for that matter.

    Andreas
    Turku, Finland (the home of the real Father Chritsmas)

  17. Trea says:

    Hi Guy's,
    I have just started running twice a week after work with a guy from work that run's at a faster pace than i do. I have been trying different gels and bars to give me the extra energy i am needing. It would be interesting to try the Hornet Juice.
    All the very best for your Marathon i have Your Numbers already to track 5915 and 4906 go guy's hope you have a great day and top it off with a PB. Regards Trea

  18. Dale says:

    Denver is indeed a great city. Thanks for visiting us! I live just north of Denver and just east of Boulder. Great running, and riding all over the place.

  19. Dee Dee says:

    Hi Allan,

    Just wanted to tell you how much I enjoy the running-dense info that you and Jeff discuss on your podcast. I do listen to others, but I totally prefer hearing about running (goals, future races/marathons, gear and gadgets, and training plans) over hearing someone huffing and puffing as they run while talking about their nephew's leaky roof (or something non-running related). Basically, I appreciate your thoughtful and personal content.

    I am going to be graduating from nursing school in Nashville in May and have recently been looking to move to Denver. I was pleasantly surprised to hear you had visited there and loved the people and active lifestyle of the city. I've never been there, but I'm looking to move to a city where there are plenty of runners, races, and running paths. Like you, I'm also interested in running the Denver marathon as my third or fourth marathon. I ran the Flying Pig this past May and the Country Music Marathon in Nashville a few years ago. I plan to run Little Rock or Knoxville next March.

    Have an amazing Philly marathon tomorrow! You'll do great!

    Dee Dee

  20. Troy says:

    Hey Allan, it was good to meet you and the other guys yesterday. The marathon was great and nothing is better than a good meal, a few good drinks, and some good conversation afterwards. Figured I better post a comment to get in on the hornet juice thing.

    Talk to you later,
    Troy

  21. gabi stephens says:

    i got a sample of hornet juice once but i didin't get a chance to try it because a mouse got into my energy foods supply and ate/drank most of it! i bet there are a bunch of energetic mice around here now.

  22. Hornet Juice Yipeee! I love you guys- a long time listener!

  23. gabi stephens says:

    this comment is just for the sake of commenting, not to enter the hornet juice "contest" twice, I listened to this episode 60 during my 16 mile run at tussey this sunday and right at 7am I thought about you and brandon running the Philly marathon. I hope it went well! awesome podcast! oh, i was going to say one thing about having a partner who doesn't share my insanity of running and extreme sports! He thinks I am going to get hurt! I am not quite sure how to handle it and not overdo it. He doesn't really support me very much in my endeavors of ultra running and triathlons.

  24. Ryan says:

    Sounds like hornet juice has the podcast market cornered-running with the pack, kelownagurl, and zen triathlon. I guess it’s time to give the stuff a try, add my name to the list please.

    Love your show, keep up the good work and best of luck with your training and that of all the listeners as well.

    Ryan

  25. David says:

    Just started listening to your podcast. It is making the long early mornings in my pain cave more tolerable. I have heard good things about Hornet Juice on both your podcasts and zen and the art of triathlon.

    I hope Philly went well. Keep up the good work.

    David

  26. Alan Gosse says:

    I looked on the Philly web site to see your times. Awsome sub 4 for you; I couldn’t find Jeff’s. I’m looking forward to the next podcast to hear how it went. Did the hornet juice help?

  27. Paul, UK says:

    By the way, feel free to visit me and comment if you wish at

    http://london-marathon-2010.blogspot.com (or click on my name at the top of this comment)

    which records my marathon "journey". This goes to any other podcast fans too.

  28. Paul, UK says:

    I've recently started listening to your Podcasts in the run up to Philly. I hope it went well.
    I'd really like the opportunity to try Hornet Juice if possible.

    Just a little about me as a new "commenter". I'm a forty-something father of three living a busy life working for a big Corporate in the UK. I live in Ilkley, Yorkshire, UK, and have gained a place for the London Marathon in April 2010 (via the ballot).

    I've been running on and off all my life, but have never run a marathon before. I posted a 1hr22min Half marathon time a few weeks ago so am now aiming for sub 3 hours for London. People tell me this is too optimistic for my first attempt but I have belief.

    So perhaps even though your life and mine are different – I feel the words of wisdom you share on your podcasts just as much apply to me and my life. This is the great thing about running, and the global community in which we are all connected.

    So thanks for the inspiration, and keep up the great work!

    • Allan Gyorke says:

      Hey Paul. Whether you can do a sub-3 or not will largely depend on your weekly mileage to get your body used to going the distance — but according to Greg McMillan's race calculator (http://www.mcmillanrunning.com/mcmillanrunningcal… based on your 1:22 half marathon, you could run a 2:52 marathon! My advice is to do the distance, but don't be disappointed if you have problems during your first marathon. Funny things happen after mile 18. Consider your first marathon to be a trial run (literally in this case). Then take what you learned and crush the second one.

      Best of luck!

  29. Susan says:

    Love the podcast and, of course, I'd love to try some Hornet Juice. 🙂

  30. bishop4 says:

    I'm a new runner. This year I've run several 5ks and 2 10ks. Trying to build to a half and hopefully a full marathon one day.

    What do you do to warm up for shorter races? The second half of the race is always easier than the first for me. Could a longer (harder) warm up help with the opening miles?
    Do you carry water on your long runs? What would you recommend to use to stay hydrated on longer runs? Drinks, bottles, packs, etc.

    I would like to try the Hornet Juice.

    Thanks
    Bishop

  31. colwaldo says:

    Hey Allan & Jeff~ I started listening to your podcasts ~2 months ago & am finally getting caught up now. I can completely relate to you guys & love what you have to say. Can't wait to hear about your most recent Philly experience. Background: I am a 33 yr old mother of 3 young kids working 4 days/week & running, biking, swimming for fun as often as possible. I ran my first marathon last spring & my first tri during the summer. I'm looking at doing 1-2 marathons this spring & a bunch of tri's this summer.

    I know I'm a day late (& $1 short), but if you haven't yet chosen the Hornet Juice challenge, I'd love to be put in the lottery!

    Thanks,
    Colleen

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