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Running with the Pack 132: Zombies Run! but Allan and Stevie Don’t

Stevie and I talk about different kinds of endurance events for those who may be looking for a change from just running. Examples include Zombie races, human enhancement
urbanathalons, cardiology
triathlons, tadalafil
costumed runs, naked runs, ultra races, relays, and being a pacer for someone else. We also talk about the THON 5K, shoe blindness (from my new Newtons), and a bunch of listener calls.
Stevie and I talk about different kinds of endurance events for those who may be looking for a change from just running. Examples include Zombie races, human enhancement
urbanathalons, cardiology
triathlons, tadalafil
costumed runs, naked runs, ultra races, relays, and being a pacer for someone else. We also talk about the THON 5K, shoe blindness (from my new Newtons), and a bunch of listener calls.
Stevie and I talk about different kinds of endurance events for those who may be looking for a change from just running. Examples include Zombie races, human enhancement
urbanathalons, cardiology
triathlons, tadalafil
costumed runs, naked runs, ultra races, relays, and being a pacer for someone else. We also talk about the THON 5K, shoe blindness (from my new Newtons), and a bunch of listener calls.
This week, pharm
Stevie and I talk a bit about combining a little strength training with cardio workouts. We also do an interview with my friend Chris, who just completed a Tough Mudder event last week. Then we have a few listener race reports.
Stevie and I talk about different kinds of endurance events for those who may be looking for a change from just running. Examples include Zombie races, human enhancement
urbanathalons, cardiology
triathlons, tadalafil
costumed runs, naked runs, ultra races, relays, and being a pacer for someone else. We also talk about the THON 5K, shoe blindness (from my new Newtons), and a bunch of listener calls.
Stevie and I talk about different kinds of endurance events for those who may be looking for a change from just running. Examples include Zombie races, human enhancement
urbanathalons, cardiology
triathlons, tadalafil
costumed runs, naked runs, ultra races, relays, and being a pacer for someone else. We also talk about the THON 5K, shoe blindness (from my new Newtons), and a bunch of listener calls.
This week, pharm
Stevie and I talk a bit about combining a little strength training with cardio workouts. We also do an interview with my friend Chris, who just completed a Tough Mudder event last week. Then we have a few listener race reports.
This week, tooth we primarily focus on the New York Marathon that I ran last weekend. It’s a truly great racing experience through an amazing city. It’s actually an experience that is difficult to describe. We also talk about Stevie’s return to running after a while off and a zombie running app that Stevie found.
Stevie and I talk about different kinds of endurance events for those who may be looking for a change from just running. Examples include Zombie races, human enhancement
urbanathalons, cardiology
triathlons, tadalafil
costumed runs, naked runs, ultra races, relays, and being a pacer for someone else. We also talk about the THON 5K, shoe blindness (from my new Newtons), and a bunch of listener calls.
Stevie and I talk about different kinds of endurance events for those who may be looking for a change from just running. Examples include Zombie races, human enhancement
urbanathalons, cardiology
triathlons, tadalafil
costumed runs, naked runs, ultra races, relays, and being a pacer for someone else. We also talk about the THON 5K, shoe blindness (from my new Newtons), and a bunch of listener calls.
This week, pharm
Stevie and I talk a bit about combining a little strength training with cardio workouts. We also do an interview with my friend Chris, who just completed a Tough Mudder event last week. Then we have a few listener race reports.
This week, tooth we primarily focus on the New York Marathon that I ran last weekend. It’s a truly great racing experience through an amazing city. It’s actually an experience that is difficult to describe. We also talk about Stevie’s return to running after a while off and a zombie running app that Stevie found.
This week, there Stevie and I talk about changing things up to maintain interest in working out over the winter months, Stevie’s new business dealing crack (e.g. Body Combat classes), running in wet weather, and several listener calls.
Stevie and I talk about different kinds of endurance events for those who may be looking for a change from just running. Examples include Zombie races, human enhancement
urbanathalons, cardiology
triathlons, tadalafil
costumed runs, naked runs, ultra races, relays, and being a pacer for someone else. We also talk about the THON 5K, shoe blindness (from my new Newtons), and a bunch of listener calls.
Stevie and I talk about different kinds of endurance events for those who may be looking for a change from just running. Examples include Zombie races, human enhancement
urbanathalons, cardiology
triathlons, tadalafil
costumed runs, naked runs, ultra races, relays, and being a pacer for someone else. We also talk about the THON 5K, shoe blindness (from my new Newtons), and a bunch of listener calls.
This week, pharm
Stevie and I talk a bit about combining a little strength training with cardio workouts. We also do an interview with my friend Chris, who just completed a Tough Mudder event last week. Then we have a few listener race reports.
This week, tooth we primarily focus on the New York Marathon that I ran last weekend. It’s a truly great racing experience through an amazing city. It’s actually an experience that is difficult to describe. We also talk about Stevie’s return to running after a while off and a zombie running app that Stevie found.
This week, there Stevie and I talk about changing things up to maintain interest in working out over the winter months, Stevie’s new business dealing crack (e.g. Body Combat classes), running in wet weather, and several listener calls.
This week, there Stevie and I talk about changing things up to maintain interest in working out over the winter months, Stevie’s new business dealing crack (e.g. Body Combat classes), running in wet weather, and several listener calls.
This week, about it
Stevie and I talk about the New York Marathon gear, recipe
a couple of new runners working to get in shape, and a ton of voicemails from listeners that include a lot of tips, questions, and race reports.
Stevie and I talk about different kinds of endurance events for those who may be looking for a change from just running. Examples include Zombie races, human enhancement
urbanathalons, cardiology
triathlons, tadalafil
costumed runs, naked runs, ultra races, relays, and being a pacer for someone else. We also talk about the THON 5K, shoe blindness (from my new Newtons), and a bunch of listener calls.
Stevie and I talk about different kinds of endurance events for those who may be looking for a change from just running. Examples include Zombie races, human enhancement
urbanathalons, cardiology
triathlons, tadalafil
costumed runs, naked runs, ultra races, relays, and being a pacer for someone else. We also talk about the THON 5K, shoe blindness (from my new Newtons), and a bunch of listener calls.
This week, pharm
Stevie and I talk a bit about combining a little strength training with cardio workouts. We also do an interview with my friend Chris, who just completed a Tough Mudder event last week. Then we have a few listener race reports.
This week, tooth we primarily focus on the New York Marathon that I ran last weekend. It’s a truly great racing experience through an amazing city. It’s actually an experience that is difficult to describe. We also talk about Stevie’s return to running after a while off and a zombie running app that Stevie found.
This week, there Stevie and I talk about changing things up to maintain interest in working out over the winter months, Stevie’s new business dealing crack (e.g. Body Combat classes), running in wet weather, and several listener calls.
This week, there Stevie and I talk about changing things up to maintain interest in working out over the winter months, Stevie’s new business dealing crack (e.g. Body Combat classes), running in wet weather, and several listener calls.
This week, about it
Stevie and I talk about the New York Marathon gear, recipe
a couple of new runners working to get in shape, and a ton of voicemails from listeners that include a lot of tips, questions, and race reports.
This week, there Stevie and I talk about changing things up to maintain interest in working out over the winter months, Stevie’s new business dealing crack (e.g. Body Combat classes), running in wet weather, and several listener calls.
This week, about it
Stevie and I talk about the New York Marathon gear, recipe
a couple of new runners working to get in shape, and a ton of voicemails from listeners that include a lot of tips, questions, and race reports.
This week, clinic
Stevie talks about her crack dealing habits. I talk about the Disney Half-Marathon and the inaugural Tower of Terror 10-Miler coming up in September. We also have a race report about the Goofy Challenge, a first race report from Todd, a question about pedicures, and other messages from listeners.
Stevie and I talk about different kinds of endurance events for those who may be looking for a change from just running. Examples include Zombie races, human enhancement
urbanathalons, cardiology
triathlons, tadalafil
costumed runs, naked runs, ultra races, relays, and being a pacer for someone else. We also talk about the THON 5K, shoe blindness (from my new Newtons), and a bunch of listener calls.
Stevie and I talk about different kinds of endurance events for those who may be looking for a change from just running. Examples include Zombie races, human enhancement
urbanathalons, cardiology
triathlons, tadalafil
costumed runs, naked runs, ultra races, relays, and being a pacer for someone else. We also talk about the THON 5K, shoe blindness (from my new Newtons), and a bunch of listener calls.
This week, pharm
Stevie and I talk a bit about combining a little strength training with cardio workouts. We also do an interview with my friend Chris, who just completed a Tough Mudder event last week. Then we have a few listener race reports.
This week, tooth we primarily focus on the New York Marathon that I ran last weekend. It’s a truly great racing experience through an amazing city. It’s actually an experience that is difficult to describe. We also talk about Stevie’s return to running after a while off and a zombie running app that Stevie found.
This week, there Stevie and I talk about changing things up to maintain interest in working out over the winter months, Stevie’s new business dealing crack (e.g. Body Combat classes), running in wet weather, and several listener calls.
This week, there Stevie and I talk about changing things up to maintain interest in working out over the winter months, Stevie’s new business dealing crack (e.g. Body Combat classes), running in wet weather, and several listener calls.
This week, about it
Stevie and I talk about the New York Marathon gear, recipe
a couple of new runners working to get in shape, and a ton of voicemails from listeners that include a lot of tips, questions, and race reports.
This week, there Stevie and I talk about changing things up to maintain interest in working out over the winter months, Stevie’s new business dealing crack (e.g. Body Combat classes), running in wet weather, and several listener calls.
This week, about it
Stevie and I talk about the New York Marathon gear, recipe
a couple of new runners working to get in shape, and a ton of voicemails from listeners that include a lot of tips, questions, and race reports.
This week, clinic
Stevie talks about her crack dealing habits. I talk about the Disney Half-Marathon and the inaugural Tower of Terror 10-Miler coming up in September. We also have a race report about the Goofy Challenge, a first race report from Todd, a question about pedicures, and other messages from listeners.
This week, ambulance Stevie and I went to two fitness classes together: Body Pump and Body Combat. We also touch on the Diva Half-Marathon series and the upcoming Disney World Half-Marathon that I’m running next weekend.
Stevie and I talk about different kinds of endurance events for those who may be looking for a change from just running. Examples include Zombie races, human enhancement
urbanathalons, cardiology
triathlons, tadalafil
costumed runs, naked runs, ultra races, relays, and being a pacer for someone else. We also talk about the THON 5K, shoe blindness (from my new Newtons), and a bunch of listener calls.
Stevie and I talk about different kinds of endurance events for those who may be looking for a change from just running. Examples include Zombie races, human enhancement
urbanathalons, cardiology
triathlons, tadalafil
costumed runs, naked runs, ultra races, relays, and being a pacer for someone else. We also talk about the THON 5K, shoe blindness (from my new Newtons), and a bunch of listener calls.
This week, pharm
Stevie and I talk a bit about combining a little strength training with cardio workouts. We also do an interview with my friend Chris, who just completed a Tough Mudder event last week. Then we have a few listener race reports.
This week, tooth we primarily focus on the New York Marathon that I ran last weekend. It’s a truly great racing experience through an amazing city. It’s actually an experience that is difficult to describe. We also talk about Stevie’s return to running after a while off and a zombie running app that Stevie found.
This week, there Stevie and I talk about changing things up to maintain interest in working out over the winter months, Stevie’s new business dealing crack (e.g. Body Combat classes), running in wet weather, and several listener calls.
This week, there Stevie and I talk about changing things up to maintain interest in working out over the winter months, Stevie’s new business dealing crack (e.g. Body Combat classes), running in wet weather, and several listener calls.
This week, about it
Stevie and I talk about the New York Marathon gear, recipe
a couple of new runners working to get in shape, and a ton of voicemails from listeners that include a lot of tips, questions, and race reports.
This week, there Stevie and I talk about changing things up to maintain interest in working out over the winter months, Stevie’s new business dealing crack (e.g. Body Combat classes), running in wet weather, and several listener calls.
This week, about it
Stevie and I talk about the New York Marathon gear, recipe
a couple of new runners working to get in shape, and a ton of voicemails from listeners that include a lot of tips, questions, and race reports.
This week, clinic
Stevie talks about her crack dealing habits. I talk about the Disney Half-Marathon and the inaugural Tower of Terror 10-Miler coming up in September. We also have a race report about the Goofy Challenge, a first race report from Todd, a question about pedicures, and other messages from listeners.
This week, ambulance Stevie and I went to two fitness classes together: Body Pump and Body Combat. We also touch on the Diva Half-Marathon series and the upcoming Disney World Half-Marathon that I’m running next weekend.
This week, ambulance Stevie and I went to two fitness classes together: Body Pump and Body Combat. We also touch on the Diva Half-Marathon series and the upcoming Disney World Half-Marathon that I’m running next weekend.
Stevie and I start off the show talking about our dear and recently departed friend Nancy. Then we get into the Zombies Run! app, tadalafil
doing the hula hoop during the Tinkerbell Half-Marathon, Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness, the Iron Horse 100K race, a kids marathon, and much more.
Stevie and I talk about different kinds of endurance events for those who may be looking for a change from just running. Examples include Zombie races, human enhancement
urbanathalons, cardiology
triathlons, tadalafil
costumed runs, naked runs, ultra races, relays, and being a pacer for someone else. We also talk about the THON 5K, shoe blindness (from my new Newtons), and a bunch of listener calls.
Stevie and I talk about different kinds of endurance events for those who may be looking for a change from just running. Examples include Zombie races, human enhancement
urbanathalons, cardiology
triathlons, tadalafil
costumed runs, naked runs, ultra races, relays, and being a pacer for someone else. We also talk about the THON 5K, shoe blindness (from my new Newtons), and a bunch of listener calls.
This week, pharm
Stevie and I talk a bit about combining a little strength training with cardio workouts. We also do an interview with my friend Chris, who just completed a Tough Mudder event last week. Then we have a few listener race reports.
This week, tooth we primarily focus on the New York Marathon that I ran last weekend. It’s a truly great racing experience through an amazing city. It’s actually an experience that is difficult to describe. We also talk about Stevie’s return to running after a while off and a zombie running app that Stevie found.
This week, there Stevie and I talk about changing things up to maintain interest in working out over the winter months, Stevie’s new business dealing crack (e.g. Body Combat classes), running in wet weather, and several listener calls.
This week, there Stevie and I talk about changing things up to maintain interest in working out over the winter months, Stevie’s new business dealing crack (e.g. Body Combat classes), running in wet weather, and several listener calls.
This week, about it
Stevie and I talk about the New York Marathon gear, recipe
a couple of new runners working to get in shape, and a ton of voicemails from listeners that include a lot of tips, questions, and race reports.
This week, there Stevie and I talk about changing things up to maintain interest in working out over the winter months, Stevie’s new business dealing crack (e.g. Body Combat classes), running in wet weather, and several listener calls.
This week, about it
Stevie and I talk about the New York Marathon gear, recipe
a couple of new runners working to get in shape, and a ton of voicemails from listeners that include a lot of tips, questions, and race reports.
This week, clinic
Stevie talks about her crack dealing habits. I talk about the Disney Half-Marathon and the inaugural Tower of Terror 10-Miler coming up in September. We also have a race report about the Goofy Challenge, a first race report from Todd, a question about pedicures, and other messages from listeners.
This week, ambulance Stevie and I went to two fitness classes together: Body Pump and Body Combat. We also touch on the Diva Half-Marathon series and the upcoming Disney World Half-Marathon that I’m running next weekend.
This week, ambulance Stevie and I went to two fitness classes together: Body Pump and Body Combat. We also touch on the Diva Half-Marathon series and the upcoming Disney World Half-Marathon that I’m running next weekend.
Stevie and I start off the show talking about our dear and recently departed friend Nancy. Then we get into the Zombies Run! app, tadalafil
doing the hula hoop during the Tinkerbell Half-Marathon, Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness, the Iron Horse 100K race, a kids marathon, and much more.
This week, ambulance Stevie and I went to two fitness classes together: Body Pump and Body Combat. We also touch on the Diva Half-Marathon series and the upcoming Disney World Half-Marathon that I’m running next weekend.
Stevie and I start off the show talking about our dear and recently departed friend Nancy. Then we get into the Zombies Run! app, tadalafil
doing the hula hoop during the Tinkerbell Half-Marathon, Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness, the Iron Horse 100K race, a kids marathon, and much more.
Stevie and I have been traveling a lot for the past couple of weeks, remedy which has thrown a wrench into both our workouts and our podcasting routine. We talk about fitness on the go, viagra order
more about Body Pump and Body Combat fitness classes, and plans for 2012 such as the local Hardcore Mud Run, Tough Mudder, a local triathlon or two, the TryAllByFire race where you pick your own distance and sport, the Tower of Terror 10-miler, and possibly the Philadelphia or Disney Marathon.
Stevie and I talk about different kinds of endurance events for those who may be looking for a change from just running. Examples include Zombie races, human enhancement
urbanathalons, cardiology
triathlons, tadalafil
costumed runs, naked runs, ultra races, relays, and being a pacer for someone else. We also talk about the THON 5K, shoe blindness (from my new Newtons), and a bunch of listener calls.
Stevie and I talk about different kinds of endurance events for those who may be looking for a change from just running. Examples include Zombie races, human enhancement
urbanathalons, cardiology
triathlons, tadalafil
costumed runs, naked runs, ultra races, relays, and being a pacer for someone else. We also talk about the THON 5K, shoe blindness (from my new Newtons), and a bunch of listener calls.
This week, pharm
Stevie and I talk a bit about combining a little strength training with cardio workouts. We also do an interview with my friend Chris, who just completed a Tough Mudder event last week. Then we have a few listener race reports.
This week, tooth we primarily focus on the New York Marathon that I ran last weekend. It’s a truly great racing experience through an amazing city. It’s actually an experience that is difficult to describe. We also talk about Stevie’s return to running after a while off and a zombie running app that Stevie found.
This week, there Stevie and I talk about changing things up to maintain interest in working out over the winter months, Stevie’s new business dealing crack (e.g. Body Combat classes), running in wet weather, and several listener calls.
This week, there Stevie and I talk about changing things up to maintain interest in working out over the winter months, Stevie’s new business dealing crack (e.g. Body Combat classes), running in wet weather, and several listener calls.
This week, about it
Stevie and I talk about the New York Marathon gear, recipe
a couple of new runners working to get in shape, and a ton of voicemails from listeners that include a lot of tips, questions, and race reports.
This week, there Stevie and I talk about changing things up to maintain interest in working out over the winter months, Stevie’s new business dealing crack (e.g. Body Combat classes), running in wet weather, and several listener calls.
This week, about it
Stevie and I talk about the New York Marathon gear, recipe
a couple of new runners working to get in shape, and a ton of voicemails from listeners that include a lot of tips, questions, and race reports.
This week, clinic
Stevie talks about her crack dealing habits. I talk about the Disney Half-Marathon and the inaugural Tower of Terror 10-Miler coming up in September. We also have a race report about the Goofy Challenge, a first race report from Todd, a question about pedicures, and other messages from listeners.
This week, ambulance Stevie and I went to two fitness classes together: Body Pump and Body Combat. We also touch on the Diva Half-Marathon series and the upcoming Disney World Half-Marathon that I’m running next weekend.
This week, ambulance Stevie and I went to two fitness classes together: Body Pump and Body Combat. We also touch on the Diva Half-Marathon series and the upcoming Disney World Half-Marathon that I’m running next weekend.
Stevie and I start off the show talking about our dear and recently departed friend Nancy. Then we get into the Zombies Run! app, tadalafil
doing the hula hoop during the Tinkerbell Half-Marathon, Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness, the Iron Horse 100K race, a kids marathon, and much more.
This week, ambulance Stevie and I went to two fitness classes together: Body Pump and Body Combat. We also touch on the Diva Half-Marathon series and the upcoming Disney World Half-Marathon that I’m running next weekend.
Stevie and I start off the show talking about our dear and recently departed friend Nancy. Then we get into the Zombies Run! app, tadalafil
doing the hula hoop during the Tinkerbell Half-Marathon, Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness, the Iron Horse 100K race, a kids marathon, and much more.
Stevie and I have been traveling a lot for the past couple of weeks, remedy which has thrown a wrench into both our workouts and our podcasting routine. We talk about fitness on the go, viagra order
more about Body Pump and Body Combat fitness classes, and plans for 2012 such as the local Hardcore Mud Run, Tough Mudder, a local triathlon or two, the TryAllByFire race where you pick your own distance and sport, the Tower of Terror 10-miler, and possibly the Philadelphia or Disney Marathon.
This week, erectile we talk about Stevie’s running mojo, no rx review of the Zombies, Run! app, Allan’s back injury (and frostbite), and feedback from listeners including a 25-pound weight loss, a Run For Your Lives race, a first triathlon, a first half-marathon, a first volunteer experience, and a cross-country skiing race. Apparently our listeners are getting their bodies moving in diverse ways and having a blast. That’s all we ask.

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Running with the Pack 114: Triathlon, Beach Running, Sloth, and Doctors

Stevie talks about how she is doing with the Insanity Workout. I talk about tomorrow’s sprint triathlon and my recent trip to Chicago. We also have a ton of great e-mail and voicemail messages from listeners including a perspective on running in Vietnam.
This week, phimosis adiposity we talk about our upcoming Wine and Dine Half-Marathon, Stevie’s new shoes, attempting to find work-life balance (e.g. do what Allan say, not what Allan does), and a few thoughts on running while on cruise ships. Not many races are happening right now, but they’ll start again once the air gets a little crisp, so our question for this episode is: What are your fall plans?

This week, phimosis adiposity we talk about our upcoming Wine and Dine Half-Marathon, Stevie’s new shoes, attempting to find work-life balance (e.g. do what Allan say, not what Allan does), and a few thoughts on running while on cruise ships. Not many races are happening right now, but they’ll start again once the air gets a little crisp, so our question for this episode is: What are your fall plans?

We’re back after a month of travel! This episode, caries I talk about my triathlon and overall slothful habits. Stevie talks about her trip to the beach and running while there. We both give medical updates. Then it’s time for listener mail and calls.

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Running with the Pack 101: EKG Follow Up, Training Updates, Pittsburgh Half-Marathon, and News about a Friend

Just one topic this week: the Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend, cardiologist buy which includes Stevie’s 5K and half-marathon as well as my Goofy Challenge, case which is the half-marathon and marathon. We talk about preparing for the races, hemophilia getting to the start line, the race start, the course, what happened along the way, our finishes, and what we did afterward. It’s a long podcast, but worth listening to, especially if you’re considering doing these races!
Just one topic this week: the Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend, cardiologist buy which includes Stevie’s 5K and half-marathon as well as my Goofy Challenge, case which is the half-marathon and marathon. We talk about preparing for the races, hemophilia getting to the start line, the race start, the course, what happened along the way, our finishes, and what we did afterward. It’s a long podcast, but worth listening to, especially if you’re considering doing these races!
I had an interesting afternoon. From time to time, disease I feel a little flutter in my chest. It’s not painful. I don’t feel weak or faint. It’s just a funny feeling that happens every now and then when I’m at rest. So is that anything to worry about? It could be nothing, more about it could be an irregular heartbeat, cheap some kind of blockage, or a defect. I talk a lot on Running with the Pack about diet, exercise, fitness, etc…, but I always say that I’m no doctor.

I’m not the kind of guy who ignores medical issues and hopes that they go away, so I met with my doctor last week and explained the issue. He had me wear a heart monitor for 24 hours to catch the flutters when they happen, so I did that last week. He also scheduled me for a “stress test plus echo”, which I had this afternoon.

What they had me do was change into running shoes and shorts and then they hooked up a collection of electrodes to my chest. The technician had me lay on my left side on an examination table and then he did an ultrasound of various parts of my heart and from various angles. While he was doing that, we talked about all sorts of things – what both of us do to keep in shape, the typical people he usually has in his lab, whether I was having a boy or girl (his response, “twins!”). He wouldn’t tell me any of the results though – that’s reserved for the doctor.

After the ultrasound, the technician left the room and returned in a few minutes with the doctor. They put me on the treadmill and started it off at a low incline and a comfortable walking pace. The doctor took my blood pressure and watched the electrical signals of my heart on the heart monitor. Every two minutes, they increased the speed and slope and took another blood pressure reading. I was on the treadmill for 12 minutes, by which time, I had hit my maximum heart rate (180) and was running on a 16% incline (I’m not sure of the speed). I felt fine and could have kept going, but he said that they wouldn’t learn anything from going longer.

They shut down the treadmill and moved me right back to the examination table so they could take more ultrasound pictures of my heart while it was pumping hard. Same as before – various parts of my heart from various angles. My heart rate came down to a normal level.

The rest of the session was the doctor showing me various segments of the ultrasound videos: This is your heart at rest, this is what it looks like at full blast, this is your valve function, this is a Doppler image showing the direction of the blood flow, this is the thickness of your heart walls, etc…

It was amazing and beautiful to see my heart in action. As someone who exercises a lot, I look at my heart rate to gauge how well I’m doing and my level of effort, but that is a gross indicator of what my heart is doing compared to seeing clear images of the way that it does what it does. The whole thing was a little piece of science fiction. When I commented about how clear the images were, the technician and doctor laughed and then the doctor said that there is a general rule in cardiology: the clearer the image, the better the prognosis. A lot of that has to do with it being easier to get a good ultrasound from people who have lower body weights since the sound waves have to pass through less tissue.

The short version of the doctor’s summary is that I’m as healthy as a horse. Great blood supply, no irregularities, normal adaptation from rest to active state and back again, good valve movement, etc… I asked specifically about any thickening of my heart walls since that’s a concern that Andrew has read about in some endurance athletes, but my heart walls were the normal thickness that they would expect in an active person. Ultimately, the flutter is completely within the normal range of a healthy heart, especially since he didn’t see any sign of it when I was stressed to maximum heart rate. It’s nothing that I need to worry about.

Overall, it was a fascinating experience and a huge relief to know that I’m okay. I’m glad I went and got the green light to keep doing the things that I love to do.

Anyway, I hope this is helpful for anyone who needs to have one of these tests done, so you know what they are looking for, what to expect, and what questions to ask.
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This week, vitamin arthritis we talk about myRunning with the Pack 98: Ice Baths in Winter, buy viagra Elliptical 101, web Shortened Half-Marathon Training, and More split times for the Disney Marathon, doing an ice bath during winter, the right settings for an elliptical machine to simulate running, a bit about the stair stepper machines, what to do when you have an upcoming half-marathon and limited training time, our plans for Pittsburgh, and John’s voicemail about his recent marathon experience.
On a very special episode of RWTP, diagnosis we have Jeff back on the show. We talk to Jeff about what he’s been doing, oncologist why we love running (if we do), cialis 40mg what makes us lace up our shoes on a crappy day, Kim’s 71-mile training run, Adidas running ads, and a race report from Jim.

Here is the Adidas ad that we talked about: http://chayden.net/Runs/Adidas/
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On a very special episode of RWTP, diagnosis we have Jeff back on the show. We talk to Jeff about what he’s been doing, oncologist why we love running (if we do), cialis 40mg what makes us lace up our shoes on a crappy day, Kim’s 71-mile training run, Adidas running ads, and a race report from Jim.

Here is the Adidas ad that we talked about: http://chayden.net/Runs/Adidas/
In honor of Valentine’s Day, unhealthy we start off talking about our hearts. Specifically, patient heart rate zones and the echocardiogram that I had to check my heart health. We also talk about the MyFitnessPal app that Stevie has been using, no rx getting back into the pool and on the bike, an idea for a coordinated weekend triathlon associated with the show, Lori’s run for Brett, and what kind of bike a newbie should buy.

We’re also thinking about doing something special for episode #100 – so if you have suggestions, let us know.
This week, vitamin arthritis we talk about myRunning with the Pack 98: Ice Baths in Winter, buy viagra Elliptical 101, web Shortened Half-Marathon Training, and More split times for the Disney Marathon, doing an ice bath during winter, the right settings for an elliptical machine to simulate running, a bit about the stair stepper machines, what to do when you have an upcoming half-marathon and limited training time, our plans for Pittsburgh, and John’s voicemail about his recent marathon experience.
On a very special episode of RWTP, diagnosis we have Jeff back on the show. We talk to Jeff about what he’s been doing, oncologist why we love running (if we do), cialis 40mg what makes us lace up our shoes on a crappy day, Kim’s 71-mile training run, Adidas running ads, and a race report from Jim.

Here is the Adidas ad that we talked about: http://chayden.net/Runs/Adidas/
In honor of Valentine’s Day, unhealthy we start off talking about our hearts. Specifically, patient heart rate zones and the echocardiogram that I had to check my heart health. We also talk about the MyFitnessPal app that Stevie has been using, no rx getting back into the pool and on the bike, an idea for a coordinated weekend triathlon associated with the show, Lori’s run for Brett, and what kind of bike a newbie should buy.

We’re also thinking about doing something special for episode #100 – so if you have suggestions, let us know.
This week, search Stevie and I revisit the Honey Stinger line of products, which we both used before yesterday’s 8-mile run together. We also talk about me working on my “outdoor legs”, continuing running during a stressful time, getting my bike ready for the season, and the question, “will we ever stop podcasting?”
This week, vitamin arthritis we talk about myRunning with the Pack 98: Ice Baths in Winter, buy viagra Elliptical 101, web Shortened Half-Marathon Training, and More split times for the Disney Marathon, doing an ice bath during winter, the right settings for an elliptical machine to simulate running, a bit about the stair stepper machines, what to do when you have an upcoming half-marathon and limited training time, our plans for Pittsburgh, and John’s voicemail about his recent marathon experience.
On a very special episode of RWTP, diagnosis we have Jeff back on the show. We talk to Jeff about what he’s been doing, oncologist why we love running (if we do), cialis 40mg what makes us lace up our shoes on a crappy day, Kim’s 71-mile training run, Adidas running ads, and a race report from Jim.

Here is the Adidas ad that we talked about: http://chayden.net/Runs/Adidas/
In honor of Valentine’s Day, unhealthy we start off talking about our hearts. Specifically, patient heart rate zones and the echocardiogram that I had to check my heart health. We also talk about the MyFitnessPal app that Stevie has been using, no rx getting back into the pool and on the bike, an idea for a coordinated weekend triathlon associated with the show, Lori’s run for Brett, and what kind of bike a newbie should buy.

We’re also thinking about doing something special for episode #100 – so if you have suggestions, let us know.
This week, search Stevie and I revisit the Honey Stinger line of products, which we both used before yesterday’s 8-mile run together. We also talk about me working on my “outdoor legs”, continuing running during a stressful time, getting my bike ready for the season, and the question, “will we ever stop podcasting?”
This week, search Stevie and I revisit the Honey Stinger line of products, which we both used before yesterday’s 8-mile run together. We also talk about me working on my “outdoor legs”, continuing running during a stressful time, getting my bike ready for the season, and the question, “will we ever stop podcasting?”
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we talk about our recent training, Stevie is signed up for the Pittsburgh Half-Marathon and is doing it for the Komen Fund, and some news about a friend.

If you would like to donate to help Stevie reach her goal of raising $500 for the Susan G Komen for the Cure charity, please visit http://bit.ly/komenpgh. The money goes to fight breast cancer, which affects about 1 in 8 women. Any amount would help – maybe $3.10 or $6.20 or $13.10 or $26.20 to represent some race distances.

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Running with the Pack 99: Heart Checkup, MyFitnessPal, Weekend Triathlon, and More

Just one topic this week: the Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend, cardiologist buy which includes Stevie’s 5K and half-marathon as well as my Goofy Challenge, case which is the half-marathon and marathon. We talk about preparing for the races, hemophilia getting to the start line, the race start, the course, what happened along the way, our finishes, and what we did afterward. It’s a long podcast, but worth listening to, especially if you’re considering doing these races!
Just one topic this week: the Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend, cardiologist buy which includes Stevie’s 5K and half-marathon as well as my Goofy Challenge, case which is the half-marathon and marathon. We talk about preparing for the races, hemophilia getting to the start line, the race start, the course, what happened along the way, our finishes, and what we did afterward. It’s a long podcast, but worth listening to, especially if you’re considering doing these races!
I had an interesting afternoon. From time to time, disease I feel a little flutter in my chest. It’s not painful. I don’t feel weak or faint. It’s just a funny feeling that happens every now and then when I’m at rest. So is that anything to worry about? It could be nothing, more about it could be an irregular heartbeat, cheap some kind of blockage, or a defect. I talk a lot on Running with the Pack about diet, exercise, fitness, etc…, but I always say that I’m no doctor.

I’m not the kind of guy who ignores medical issues and hopes that they go away, so I met with my doctor last week and explained the issue. He had me wear a heart monitor for 24 hours to catch the flutters when they happen, so I did that last week. He also scheduled me for a “stress test plus echo”, which I had this afternoon.

What they had me do was change into running shoes and shorts and then they hooked up a collection of electrodes to my chest. The technician had me lay on my left side on an examination table and then he did an ultrasound of various parts of my heart and from various angles. While he was doing that, we talked about all sorts of things – what both of us do to keep in shape, the typical people he usually has in his lab, whether I was having a boy or girl (his response, “twins!”). He wouldn’t tell me any of the results though – that’s reserved for the doctor.

After the ultrasound, the technician left the room and returned in a few minutes with the doctor. They put me on the treadmill and started it off at a low incline and a comfortable walking pace. The doctor took my blood pressure and watched the electrical signals of my heart on the heart monitor. Every two minutes, they increased the speed and slope and took another blood pressure reading. I was on the treadmill for 12 minutes, by which time, I had hit my maximum heart rate (180) and was running on a 16% incline (I’m not sure of the speed). I felt fine and could have kept going, but he said that they wouldn’t learn anything from going longer.

They shut down the treadmill and moved me right back to the examination table so they could take more ultrasound pictures of my heart while it was pumping hard. Same as before – various parts of my heart from various angles. My heart rate came down to a normal level.

The rest of the session was the doctor showing me various segments of the ultrasound videos: This is your heart at rest, this is what it looks like at full blast, this is your valve function, this is a Doppler image showing the direction of the blood flow, this is the thickness of your heart walls, etc…

It was amazing and beautiful to see my heart in action. As someone who exercises a lot, I look at my heart rate to gauge how well I’m doing and my level of effort, but that is a gross indicator of what my heart is doing compared to seeing clear images of the way that it does what it does. The whole thing was a little piece of science fiction. When I commented about how clear the images were, the technician and doctor laughed and then the doctor said that there is a general rule in cardiology: the clearer the image, the better the prognosis. A lot of that has to do with it being easier to get a good ultrasound from people who have lower body weights since the sound waves have to pass through less tissue.

The short version of the doctor’s summary is that I’m as healthy as a horse. Great blood supply, no irregularities, normal adaptation from rest to active state and back again, good valve movement, etc… I asked specifically about any thickening of my heart walls since that’s a concern that Andrew has read about in some endurance athletes, but my heart walls were the normal thickness that they would expect in an active person. Ultimately, the flutter is completely within the normal range of a healthy heart, especially since he didn’t see any sign of it when I was stressed to maximum heart rate. It’s nothing that I need to worry about.

Overall, it was a fascinating experience and a huge relief to know that I’m okay. I’m glad I went and got the green light to keep doing the things that I love to do.

Anyway, I hope this is helpful for anyone who needs to have one of these tests done, so you know what they are looking for, what to expect, and what questions to ask.
This week, vitamin arthritis we talk about myRunning with the Pack 98: Ice Baths in Winter, buy viagra Elliptical 101, web Shortened Half-Marathon Training, and More split times for the Disney Marathon, doing an ice bath during winter, the right settings for an elliptical machine to simulate running, a bit about the stair stepper machines, what to do when you have an upcoming half-marathon and limited training time, our plans for Pittsburgh, and John’s voicemail about his recent marathon experience.
This week, vitamin arthritis we talk about myRunning with the Pack 98: Ice Baths in Winter, buy viagra Elliptical 101, web Shortened Half-Marathon Training, and More split times for the Disney Marathon, doing an ice bath during winter, the right settings for an elliptical machine to simulate running, a bit about the stair stepper machines, what to do when you have an upcoming half-marathon and limited training time, our plans for Pittsburgh, and John’s voicemail about his recent marathon experience.
On a very special episode of RWTP, diagnosis we have Jeff back on the show. We talk to Jeff about what he’s been doing, oncologist why we love running (if we do), cialis 40mg what makes us lace up our shoes on a crappy day, Kim’s 71-mile training run, Adidas running ads, and a race report from Jim.

Here is the Adidas ad that we talked about: http://chayden.net/Runs/Adidas/
This week, vitamin arthritis we talk about myRunning with the Pack 98: Ice Baths in Winter, buy viagra Elliptical 101, web Shortened Half-Marathon Training, and More split times for the Disney Marathon, doing an ice bath during winter, the right settings for an elliptical machine to simulate running, a bit about the stair stepper machines, what to do when you have an upcoming half-marathon and limited training time, our plans for Pittsburgh, and John’s voicemail about his recent marathon experience.
On a very special episode of RWTP, diagnosis we have Jeff back on the show. We talk to Jeff about what he’s been doing, oncologist why we love running (if we do), cialis 40mg what makes us lace up our shoes on a crappy day, Kim’s 71-mile training run, Adidas running ads, and a race report from Jim.

Here is the Adidas ad that we talked about: http://chayden.net/Runs/Adidas/
In honor of Valentine’s Day, unhealthy we start off talking about our hearts. Specifically, patient heart rate zones and the echocardiogram that I had to check my heart health. We also talk about the MyFitnessPal app that Stevie has been using, no rx getting back into the pool and on the bike, an idea for a coordinated weekend triathlon associated with the show, Lori’s run for Brett, and what kind of bike a newbie should buy.

We’re also thinking about doing something special for episode #100 – so if you have suggestions, let us know.

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Stress Test + Echo

Just one topic this week: the Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend, cardiologist buy which includes Stevie’s 5K and half-marathon as well as my Goofy Challenge, case which is the half-marathon and marathon. We talk about preparing for the races, hemophilia getting to the start line, the race start, the course, what happened along the way, our finishes, and what we did afterward. It’s a long podcast, but worth listening to, especially if you’re considering doing these races!
Just one topic this week: the Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend, cardiologist buy which includes Stevie’s 5K and half-marathon as well as my Goofy Challenge, case which is the half-marathon and marathon. We talk about preparing for the races, hemophilia getting to the start line, the race start, the course, what happened along the way, our finishes, and what we did afterward. It’s a long podcast, but worth listening to, especially if you’re considering doing these races!
I had an interesting afternoon. From time to time, disease I feel a little flutter in my chest. It’s not painful. I don’t feel weak or faint. It’s just a funny feeling that happens every now and then when I’m at rest. So is that anything to worry about? It could be nothing, more about it could be an irregular heartbeat, cheap some kind of blockage, or a defect. I talk a lot on Running with the Pack about diet, exercise, fitness, etc…, but I always say that I’m no doctor.

I’m not the kind of guy who ignores medical issues and hopes that they go away, so I met with my doctor last week and explained the issue. He had me wear a heart monitor for 24 hours to catch the flutters when they happen, so I did that last week. He also scheduled me for a “stress test plus echo”, which I had this afternoon.

What they had me do was change into running shoes and shorts and then they hooked up a collection of electrodes to my chest. The technician had me lay on my left side on an examination table and then he did an ultrasound of various parts of my heart and from various angles. While he was doing that, we talked about all sorts of things – what both of us do to keep in shape, the typical people he usually has in his lab, whether I was having a boy or girl (his response, “twins!”). He wouldn’t tell me any of the results though – that’s reserved for the doctor.

After the ultrasound, the technician left the room and returned in a few minutes with the doctor. They put me on the treadmill and started it off at a low incline and a comfortable walking pace. The doctor took my blood pressure and watched the electrical signals of my heart on the heart monitor. Every two minutes, they increased the speed and slope and took another blood pressure reading. I was on the treadmill for 12 minutes, by which time, I had hit my maximum heart rate (180) and was running on a 16% incline (I’m not sure of the speed). I felt fine and could have kept going, but he said that they wouldn’t learn anything from going longer.

They shut down the treadmill and moved me right back to the examination table so they could take more ultrasound pictures of my heart while it was pumping hard. Same as before – various parts of my heart from various angles. My heart rate came down to a normal level.

The rest of the session was the doctor showing me various segments of the ultrasound videos: This is your heart at rest, this is what it looks like at full blast, this is your valve function, this is a Doppler image showing the direction of the blood flow, this is the thickness of your heart walls, etc…

It was amazing and beautiful to see my heart in action. As someone who exercises a lot, I look at my heart rate to gauge how well I’m doing and my level of effort, but that is a gross indicator of what my heart is doing compared to seeing clear images of the way that it does what it does. The whole thing was a little piece of science fiction. When I commented about how clear the images were, the technician and doctor laughed and then the doctor said that there is a general rule in cardiology: the clearer the image, the better the prognosis. A lot of that has to do with it being easier to get a good ultrasound from people who have lower body weights since the sound waves have to pass through less tissue.

The short version of the doctor’s summary is that I’m as healthy as a horse. Great blood supply, no irregularities, normal adaptation from rest to active state and back again, good valve movement, etc… I asked specifically about any thickening of my heart walls since that’s a concern that Andrew has read about in some endurance athletes, but my heart walls were the normal thickness that they would expect in an active person. Ultimately, the flutter is completely within the normal range of a healthy heart, especially since he didn’t see any sign of it when I was stressed to maximum heart rate. It’s nothing that I need to worry about.

Overall, it was a fascinating experience and a huge relief to know that I’m okay. I’m glad I went and got the green light to keep doing the things that I love to do.

Anyway, I hope this is helpful for anyone who needs to have one of these tests done, so you know what they are looking for, what to expect, and what questions to ask.

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Running with the Pack 85: Reviews, Facebook, Neck Injury, and Sweat Volume

This week, viagra 40mg we cover a ton of topics including Stevie’s vacation plans, one health my bike update, body image, what to do when you’re injured (cross train and do a triathlon obviously), mud/adventure runs, margarita cliff blocks, gluten free life, Facebook mania, and more.
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Stevie and I talk about an organic gel called Chocolate #9, ambulance getting lost or being late at races, sales the anti-chafing lotion “Skin Sake“, doing back to back long workouts, Disney for Marathon Weekend, and a good luck shout-out to IronBrandon. He’s doing Ironman Louisville on August 29th.
This week, viagra 40mg we cover a ton of topics including Stevie’s vacation plans, one health my bike update, body image, what to do when you’re injured (cross train and do a triathlon obviously), mud/adventure runs, margarita cliff blocks, gluten free life, Facebook mania, and more.
Stevie and I talk about an organic gel called Chocolate #9, ambulance getting lost or being late at races, sales the anti-chafing lotion “Skin Sake“, doing back to back long workouts, Disney for Marathon Weekend, and a good luck shout-out to IronBrandon. He’s doing Ironman Louisville on August 29th.
Stevie is back from vacation! Scott Sloan joins us this week to talk about running his first ultramarathon. We also talk about chafing, herbal options for organic running fuel, Stevie’s beach runs, my upcoming triathlons, wetsuit flotation, and a few other topics.
This week, viagra 40mg we cover a ton of topics including Stevie’s vacation plans, one health my bike update, body image, what to do when you’re injured (cross train and do a triathlon obviously), mud/adventure runs, margarita cliff blocks, gluten free life, Facebook mania, and more.
Stevie and I talk about an organic gel called Chocolate #9, ambulance getting lost or being late at races, sales the anti-chafing lotion “Skin Sake“, doing back to back long workouts, Disney for Marathon Weekend, and a good luck shout-out to IronBrandon. He’s doing Ironman Louisville on August 29th.
Stevie is back from vacation! Scott Sloan joins us this week to talk about running his first ultramarathon. We also talk about chafing, herbal options for organic running fuel, Stevie’s beach runs, my upcoming triathlons, wetsuit flotation, and a few other topics.
Stevie is back from vacation! Scott Sloan joins us this week to talk about running his first ultramarathon. We also talk about chafing, herbal options for organic running fuel, Stevie’s beach runs, my upcoming triathlons, wetsuit flotation, and a few other topics.
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Chocolate #9, order and adult versus kid Sharkies. We also talk about the album of review photos on Facebook, a neck injury that interfered with my triathlon plans, massages and chiropractors, focusing on health over performance, and a noticeable change in sweat volume.

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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.

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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.
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.

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.
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.

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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.
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.

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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.
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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101 Year Old Man to Run the London Marathon

Potato cake dish from Herwig’s restaurant.
Potato cake dish from Herwig’s restaurant.
Jeff and I have gotten together and selected our next marathon. It looks like we’ll be doing the Flying Pig Marathon on May 4th, global burden of disease 2008 in Cincinnati, therapist Ohio. It should fit our criteria: not too hot, sildenafil not too far, Spring marathon, big event. In addition to the marathon, they also have a 5K, 10K, and half-marathon, so if you’ve been thinking of running a race, you’re welcome to join us!

Potato cake dish from Herwig’s restaurant.
Jeff and I have gotten together and selected our next marathon. It looks like we’ll be doing the Flying Pig Marathon on May 4th, global burden of disease 2008 in Cincinnati, therapist Ohio. It should fit our criteria: not too hot, sildenafil not too far, Spring marathon, big event. In addition to the marathon, they also have a 5K, 10K, and half-marathon, so if you’ve been thinking of running a race, you’re welcome to join us!

I ran across a news story this morning about air-powered cars that should get the equivalent of 100 MPG and run for 1000 miles on one fill-up of fuel and compressed air.  The cars should hit the US market in 2009 or 2010 and cost about $17, abortion 800.  At speeds less than 35 MPH, the car emits only filtered air.  Above that, it uses air and a small amount of fuel (used to heat the air).  Max speed is supposed to be 90-100 MPH. 

Um — yes on all accounts.  Low emissions, cost efficient, and in the same range or cheaper than a hybrid car.  Now, as long as this actually shows up in the marketplace and it’s full of first-generation bugs, I’m sold.

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Potato cake dish from Herwig’s restaurant.
Jeff and I have gotten together and selected our next marathon. It looks like we’ll be doing the Flying Pig Marathon on May 4th, global burden of disease 2008 in Cincinnati, therapist Ohio. It should fit our criteria: not too hot, sildenafil not too far, Spring marathon, big event. In addition to the marathon, they also have a 5K, 10K, and half-marathon, so if you’ve been thinking of running a race, you’re welcome to join us!

I ran across a news story this morning about air-powered cars that should get the equivalent of 100 MPG and run for 1000 miles on one fill-up of fuel and compressed air.  The cars should hit the US market in 2009 or 2010 and cost about $17, abortion 800.  At speeds less than 35 MPH, the car emits only filtered air.  Above that, it uses air and a small amount of fuel (used to heat the air).  Max speed is supposed to be 90-100 MPH. 

Um — yes on all accounts.  Low emissions, cost efficient, and in the same range or cheaper than a hybrid car.  Now, as long as this actually shows up in the marketplace and it’s full of first-generation bugs, I’m sold.

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I have been thinking about creating a marathon podcast (i.e. a podcast about my running). I don’t have any grand plans for it, food but I like podcasting and I like the thought that some random person may listen to what we have to say and then go for a run. I say “we” because I’m thinking about podcasting with Jeff (my running partner). I like the multi-person format. As for content, contagion I thought we could talk about training, our runs, health, injuries, shoes (and other technical gear), books, articles, funny stories, gadgets, etc… I’d also like to have other runners on the show and talk to them about their runs, why they run, and how it has impacted their lives. Oh…and I just thought of this…I happen to know someone who has been trying out for the Olympics and a few grad students in the Biobehavioral Health program at Penn State who would have interesting perspectives.

In any case, in my thought process about this, I checked Google and iTunes to see what running podcasts were already out there. This episode looks particularly interesting, first because it’s one of only a few podcasts that have been made while someone is running a marathon, but second because it was made during the 2007 Philadelphia Marathon, which was my first.

Link to iTunes:
Phedippidations: The Philly Marathon
Potato cake dish from Herwig’s restaurant.
Jeff and I have gotten together and selected our next marathon. It looks like we’ll be doing the Flying Pig Marathon on May 4th, global burden of disease 2008 in Cincinnati, therapist Ohio. It should fit our criteria: not too hot, sildenafil not too far, Spring marathon, big event. In addition to the marathon, they also have a 5K, 10K, and half-marathon, so if you’ve been thinking of running a race, you’re welcome to join us!

I ran across a news story this morning about air-powered cars that should get the equivalent of 100 MPG and run for 1000 miles on one fill-up of fuel and compressed air.  The cars should hit the US market in 2009 or 2010 and cost about $17, abortion 800.  At speeds less than 35 MPH, the car emits only filtered air.  Above that, it uses air and a small amount of fuel (used to heat the air).  Max speed is supposed to be 90-100 MPH. 

Um — yes on all accounts.  Low emissions, cost efficient, and in the same range or cheaper than a hybrid car.  Now, as long as this actually shows up in the marketplace and it’s full of first-generation bugs, I’m sold.

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I have been thinking about creating a marathon podcast (i.e. a podcast about my running). I don’t have any grand plans for it, food but I like podcasting and I like the thought that some random person may listen to what we have to say and then go for a run. I say “we” because I’m thinking about podcasting with Jeff (my running partner). I like the multi-person format. As for content, contagion I thought we could talk about training, our runs, health, injuries, shoes (and other technical gear), books, articles, funny stories, gadgets, etc… I’d also like to have other runners on the show and talk to them about their runs, why they run, and how it has impacted their lives. Oh…and I just thought of this…I happen to know someone who has been trying out for the Olympics and a few grad students in the Biobehavioral Health program at Penn State who would have interesting perspectives.

In any case, in my thought process about this, I checked Google and iTunes to see what running podcasts were already out there. This episode looks particularly interesting, first because it’s one of only a few podcasts that have been made while someone is running a marathon, but second because it was made during the 2007 Philadelphia Marathon, which was my first.

Link to iTunes:
Phedippidations: The Philly Marathon
I told Jeff about my idea for a marathon podcast before our 16-mile run today and he liked the idea, ambulance so after the run, we sat down and made a recording. In this first episode of Running with the Pack, Jeff and I talk a little about ourselves, the reasons we run marathons, the people who have inspired us, a few stories about the Philadelphia Marathon, and what we’re doing to prepare for the Flying Pig Marathon in May.

Updates to the information in the podcast:

  • The name of the book is the Non-Runner’s Marathon Trainer (see right sidebar, I have it listed)
  • The Wired Magazine article was about ultramarathon runner Dean Karnazes and it was the January 2007 issue. I have his book in the sidebar as well.

Potato cake dish from Herwig’s restaurant.
Jeff and I have gotten together and selected our next marathon. It looks like we’ll be doing the Flying Pig Marathon on May 4th, global burden of disease 2008 in Cincinnati, therapist Ohio. It should fit our criteria: not too hot, sildenafil not too far, Spring marathon, big event. In addition to the marathon, they also have a 5K, 10K, and half-marathon, so if you’ve been thinking of running a race, you’re welcome to join us!

I ran across a news story this morning about air-powered cars that should get the equivalent of 100 MPG and run for 1000 miles on one fill-up of fuel and compressed air.  The cars should hit the US market in 2009 or 2010 and cost about $17, abortion 800.  At speeds less than 35 MPH, the car emits only filtered air.  Above that, it uses air and a small amount of fuel (used to heat the air).  Max speed is supposed to be 90-100 MPH. 

Um — yes on all accounts.  Low emissions, cost efficient, and in the same range or cheaper than a hybrid car.  Now, as long as this actually shows up in the marketplace and it’s full of first-generation bugs, I’m sold.

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I have been thinking about creating a marathon podcast (i.e. a podcast about my running). I don’t have any grand plans for it, food but I like podcasting and I like the thought that some random person may listen to what we have to say and then go for a run. I say “we” because I’m thinking about podcasting with Jeff (my running partner). I like the multi-person format. As for content, contagion I thought we could talk about training, our runs, health, injuries, shoes (and other technical gear), books, articles, funny stories, gadgets, etc… I’d also like to have other runners on the show and talk to them about their runs, why they run, and how it has impacted their lives. Oh…and I just thought of this…I happen to know someone who has been trying out for the Olympics and a few grad students in the Biobehavioral Health program at Penn State who would have interesting perspectives.

In any case, in my thought process about this, I checked Google and iTunes to see what running podcasts were already out there. This episode looks particularly interesting, first because it’s one of only a few podcasts that have been made while someone is running a marathon, but second because it was made during the 2007 Philadelphia Marathon, which was my first.

Link to iTunes:
Phedippidations: The Philly Marathon
I told Jeff about my idea for a marathon podcast before our 16-mile run today and he liked the idea, ambulance so after the run, we sat down and made a recording. In this first episode of Running with the Pack, Jeff and I talk a little about ourselves, the reasons we run marathons, the people who have inspired us, a few stories about the Philadelphia Marathon, and what we’re doing to prepare for the Flying Pig Marathon in May.

Updates to the information in the podcast:

  • The name of the book is the Non-Runner’s Marathon Trainer (see right sidebar, I have it listed)
  • The Wired Magazine article was about ultramarathon runner Dean Karnazes and it was the January 2007 issue. I have his book in the sidebar as well.

This week, for sale we discussed running rituals; runners who hate running; Buster Martin, who may become the worlds oldest marathon runner; backup marathons; and Brandon’s Marathon Podcast at brandonsmarathon.com. All of this after a 12-mile run that should have been a 16-mile run. Read more at parkedthoughts.com

Potato cake dish from Herwig’s restaurant.
Jeff and I have gotten together and selected our next marathon. It looks like we’ll be doing the Flying Pig Marathon on May 4th, global burden of disease 2008 in Cincinnati, therapist Ohio. It should fit our criteria: not too hot, sildenafil not too far, Spring marathon, big event. In addition to the marathon, they also have a 5K, 10K, and half-marathon, so if you’ve been thinking of running a race, you’re welcome to join us!

I ran across a news story this morning about air-powered cars that should get the equivalent of 100 MPG and run for 1000 miles on one fill-up of fuel and compressed air.  The cars should hit the US market in 2009 or 2010 and cost about $17, abortion 800.  At speeds less than 35 MPH, the car emits only filtered air.  Above that, it uses air and a small amount of fuel (used to heat the air).  Max speed is supposed to be 90-100 MPH. 

Um — yes on all accounts.  Low emissions, cost efficient, and in the same range or cheaper than a hybrid car.  Now, as long as this actually shows up in the marketplace and it’s full of first-generation bugs, I’m sold.

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I have been thinking about creating a marathon podcast (i.e. a podcast about my running). I don’t have any grand plans for it, food but I like podcasting and I like the thought that some random person may listen to what we have to say and then go for a run. I say “we” because I’m thinking about podcasting with Jeff (my running partner). I like the multi-person format. As for content, contagion I thought we could talk about training, our runs, health, injuries, shoes (and other technical gear), books, articles, funny stories, gadgets, etc… I’d also like to have other runners on the show and talk to them about their runs, why they run, and how it has impacted their lives. Oh…and I just thought of this…I happen to know someone who has been trying out for the Olympics and a few grad students in the Biobehavioral Health program at Penn State who would have interesting perspectives.

In any case, in my thought process about this, I checked Google and iTunes to see what running podcasts were already out there. This episode looks particularly interesting, first because it’s one of only a few podcasts that have been made while someone is running a marathon, but second because it was made during the 2007 Philadelphia Marathon, which was my first.

Link to iTunes:
Phedippidations: The Philly Marathon
I told Jeff about my idea for a marathon podcast before our 16-mile run today and he liked the idea, ambulance so after the run, we sat down and made a recording. In this first episode of Running with the Pack, Jeff and I talk a little about ourselves, the reasons we run marathons, the people who have inspired us, a few stories about the Philadelphia Marathon, and what we’re doing to prepare for the Flying Pig Marathon in May.

Updates to the information in the podcast:

  • The name of the book is the Non-Runner’s Marathon Trainer (see right sidebar, I have it listed)
  • The Wired Magazine article was about ultramarathon runner Dean Karnazes and it was the January 2007 issue. I have his book in the sidebar as well.

This week, for sale we discussed running rituals; runners who hate running; Buster Martin, who may become the worlds oldest marathon runner; backup marathons; and Brandon’s Marathon Podcast at brandonsmarathon.com. All of this after a 12-mile run that should have been a 16-mile run. Read more at parkedthoughts.com

This weekend, salve I made a quick trip to Johnstown and was able to see a large group of relatives from my dad’s side of the family. Among them was Dave, artificial who is one of the cousins that I mentioned in the first podcast who has completed a marathon. I talked to him about his running and it turns out that he did a lot more than a marathon. He was doing two a year for several years and I think he said that he did the Detroit marathon eight times. He has also run in Cleveland and Pittsburgh at least twice. Like me, he’s not fast, but a P.R. of about 3:30 is not slow either. He’s now approaching 60 and still excited about his running.

We talked about the potential to do an event together and I’m all for it. He’s recovering from an injury now though — if he wasn’t, I would have invited him to do the half-marathon race that happens the same time as the Flying Pig marathon in Cincinnati. Or if he moves to Florida at some point, we may have to join up for the Orlando marathon. I wonder if that would be interesting for my other potential pack-mates who have kids since the Orlando marathon is pretty integrated with Disney World.
Potato cake dish from Herwig’s restaurant.
Jeff and I have gotten together and selected our next marathon. It looks like we’ll be doing the Flying Pig Marathon on May 4th, global burden of disease 2008 in Cincinnati, therapist Ohio. It should fit our criteria: not too hot, sildenafil not too far, Spring marathon, big event. In addition to the marathon, they also have a 5K, 10K, and half-marathon, so if you’ve been thinking of running a race, you’re welcome to join us!

I ran across a news story this morning about air-powered cars that should get the equivalent of 100 MPG and run for 1000 miles on one fill-up of fuel and compressed air.  The cars should hit the US market in 2009 or 2010 and cost about $17, abortion 800.  At speeds less than 35 MPH, the car emits only filtered air.  Above that, it uses air and a small amount of fuel (used to heat the air).  Max speed is supposed to be 90-100 MPH. 

Um — yes on all accounts.  Low emissions, cost efficient, and in the same range or cheaper than a hybrid car.  Now, as long as this actually shows up in the marketplace and it’s full of first-generation bugs, I’m sold.

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I have been thinking about creating a marathon podcast (i.e. a podcast about my running). I don’t have any grand plans for it, food but I like podcasting and I like the thought that some random person may listen to what we have to say and then go for a run. I say “we” because I’m thinking about podcasting with Jeff (my running partner). I like the multi-person format. As for content, contagion I thought we could talk about training, our runs, health, injuries, shoes (and other technical gear), books, articles, funny stories, gadgets, etc… I’d also like to have other runners on the show and talk to them about their runs, why they run, and how it has impacted their lives. Oh…and I just thought of this…I happen to know someone who has been trying out for the Olympics and a few grad students in the Biobehavioral Health program at Penn State who would have interesting perspectives.

In any case, in my thought process about this, I checked Google and iTunes to see what running podcasts were already out there. This episode looks particularly interesting, first because it’s one of only a few podcasts that have been made while someone is running a marathon, but second because it was made during the 2007 Philadelphia Marathon, which was my first.

Link to iTunes:
Phedippidations: The Philly Marathon
I told Jeff about my idea for a marathon podcast before our 16-mile run today and he liked the idea, ambulance so after the run, we sat down and made a recording. In this first episode of Running with the Pack, Jeff and I talk a little about ourselves, the reasons we run marathons, the people who have inspired us, a few stories about the Philadelphia Marathon, and what we’re doing to prepare for the Flying Pig Marathon in May.

Updates to the information in the podcast:

  • The name of the book is the Non-Runner’s Marathon Trainer (see right sidebar, I have it listed)
  • The Wired Magazine article was about ultramarathon runner Dean Karnazes and it was the January 2007 issue. I have his book in the sidebar as well.

This week, for sale we discussed running rituals; runners who hate running; Buster Martin, who may become the worlds oldest marathon runner; backup marathons; and Brandon’s Marathon Podcast at brandonsmarathon.com. All of this after a 12-mile run that should have been a 16-mile run. Read more at parkedthoughts.com

This weekend, salve I made a quick trip to Johnstown and was able to see a large group of relatives from my dad’s side of the family. Among them was Dave, artificial who is one of the cousins that I mentioned in the first podcast who has completed a marathon. I talked to him about his running and it turns out that he did a lot more than a marathon. He was doing two a year for several years and I think he said that he did the Detroit marathon eight times. He has also run in Cleveland and Pittsburgh at least twice. Like me, he’s not fast, but a P.R. of about 3:30 is not slow either. He’s now approaching 60 and still excited about his running.

We talked about the potential to do an event together and I’m all for it. He’s recovering from an injury now though — if he wasn’t, I would have invited him to do the half-marathon race that happens the same time as the Flying Pig marathon in Cincinnati. Or if he moves to Florida at some point, we may have to join up for the Orlando marathon. I wonder if that would be interesting for my other potential pack-mates who have kids since the Orlando marathon is pretty integrated with Disney World.
I’ve been hearing a bit about Buster Martin, pill a 101-year-old man who is planning to run the London Marathon. I think he’s setting a great example and illustrating the benefits of staying healthy throughout an entire lifetime (he used to be an Army Trainer back in the day). Best wishes Buster!

ABC News Report about Buster

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