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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 113: Insanity Workout, Sprint Triathlon, Running in Vietnam, and More

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.

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Running with the Pack 111: Wine and Dine Half-Marathon Plans, Sprint Triathlon Training, 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.
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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.

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We’re also thinking about doing something special for episode #100 – so if you have suggestions, let us know.
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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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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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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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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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we do a quick follow-up on the EKG+stress test that I had done, this
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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Stevie and I talk about the Honey Stingers brand of protein bars and energy chews, workouts that should help you improve your speed, Team in Training and their work to raise money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, running through adverse situations, some training updates, a race report from Heath, and a bit more information on American Ninja Warrior. I DARE you not to like that show (see below).


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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.
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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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we do a quick follow-up on the EKG+stress test that I had done, this
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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Stevie and I talk about the Honey Stingers brand of protein bars and energy chews, workouts that should help you improve your speed, Team in Training and their work to raise money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, running through adverse situations, some training updates, a race report from Heath, and a bit more information on American Ninja Warrior. I DARE you not to like that show (see below).


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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.
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we do a quick follow-up on the EKG+stress test that I had done, this
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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we do a quick follow-up on the EKG+stress test that I had done, this
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.

Check your boobs! Check your balls!
This week, store
Stevie and I talk about the Honey Stingers brand of protein bars and energy chews, workouts that should help you improve your speed, Team in Training and their work to raise money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, running through adverse situations, some training updates, a race report from Heath, and a bit more information on American Ninja Warrior. I DARE you not to like that show (see below).


Stevie talks about kicking her training into gear to get ready for Pittsburgh, implant a bit more about Honey Stingers, visit the fit of women’s running gear, asthma many notes and calls from listeners – mostly some fantastic race reports. Congrats on the personal records! More scientific evidence that RWTP makes you faster, stronger, smarter, and better looking!
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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.
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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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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.

Check your boobs! Check your balls!
This week, store
Stevie and I talk about the Honey Stingers brand of protein bars and energy chews, workouts that should help you improve your speed, Team in Training and their work to raise money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, running through adverse situations, some training updates, a race report from Heath, and a bit more information on American Ninja Warrior. I DARE you not to like that show (see below).


Stevie talks about kicking her training into gear to get ready for Pittsburgh, implant a bit more about Honey Stingers, visit the fit of women’s running gear, asthma many notes and calls from listeners – mostly some fantastic race reports. Congrats on the personal records! More scientific evidence that RWTP makes you faster, stronger, smarter, and better looking!
This week, food Stevie and I talk about feeling fat, view Stevie’s run with Jim while she was in Florida, our race plans and those of our listeners, a few race reports, a set of twins training for their first triathlon, and much more. Enjoy!
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Stevie and I are six days away from running the Pittsburgh Marathon and Half Marathon. We talk about tapering for the race, anaemia our plans to meet fans and fellow runners (please RSVP via Facebook), and Stupid Running Mistakes. Update on Dale: He’s alive and well!
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Running with the Pack 82: Vacation Plans, Body Image, Cross Training, and Much More

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Running with the Pack 80: Sprint Triathlon and 4K Race Reports, Insanity Update, and More

Stevie and I talk about the Happy Valley Sprint Triathlon that I did on Saturday and the Firecracker 4K race that we ran on Sunday plus some upcoming events. Stevie also updates us on her progress through the Insanity Workout.

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Running with the Pack 77: The Black Bear Triathlon, summer running, “the drug”, fun finishes, Action Wipes, and more

On episode #71, about it Stevie and I discussed the idea of seeing if any listeners were graphic artists who could design a logo for the show. I tried to describe what I meant. The best way of doing it is to show my favorite race medal. It’s the one from the 2008 Flying Pig Marathon.

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It doesn’t have to be nearly that complex. What I have in mind is something with three sayings around the edge. The front is “Have Fun” “Get Your Body Moving” and “Feel Like A Champion”. The back edge would say “Running With The Pack” and “www.parkedthoughts.com”. As for the center image, tablets silhouettes of two or more runners with their arms raised up (like they are breaking the tape) would be fun. Something like this one of me and Brandon at the Philadelphia Marathon:

Crossing the Finish Line

I’m open to other ideas as well.

I’d like to take that design and use it for things like mugs, custom coins, and medals that I can send to people or have for purchase on the web site to raise money for a charitable cause like breast cancer research or treating children with cancer.

Anyway, if you feel up for the challenge or know someone who could do something like this, please let me know!
On episode #71, about it Stevie and I discussed the idea of seeing if any listeners were graphic artists who could design a logo for the show. I tried to describe what I meant. The best way of doing it is to show my favorite race medal. It’s the one from the 2008 Flying Pig Marathon.

[gallery link="file" columns="2" orderby="title"]

It doesn’t have to be nearly that complex. What I have in mind is something with three sayings around the edge. The front is “Have Fun” “Get Your Body Moving” and “Feel Like A Champion”. The back edge would say “Running With The Pack” and “www.parkedthoughts.com”. As for the center image, tablets silhouettes of two or more runners with their arms raised up (like they are breaking the tape) would be fun. Something like this one of me and Brandon at the Philadelphia Marathon:

Crossing the Finish Line

I’m open to other ideas as well.

I’d like to take that design and use it for things like mugs, custom coins, and medals that I can send to people or have for purchase on the web site to raise money for a charitable cause like breast cancer research or treating children with cancer.

Anyway, if you feel up for the challenge or know someone who could do something like this, please let me know!
On episode #71, about it Stevie and I discussed the idea of seeing if any listeners were graphic artists who could design a logo for the show. I tried to describe what I meant. The best way of doing it is to show my favorite race medal. It’s the one from the 2008 Flying Pig Marathon.

[gallery link="file" columns="2" orderby="title"]

It doesn’t have to be nearly that complex. What I have in mind is something with three sayings around the edge. The front is “Have Fun” “Get Your Body Moving” and “Feel Like A Champion”. The back edge would say “Running With The Pack” and “www.parkedthoughts.com”. As for the center image, tablets silhouettes of two or more runners with their arms raised up (like they are breaking the tape) would be fun. Something like this one of me and Brandon at the Philadelphia Marathon:

Crossing the Finish Line

I’m open to other ideas as well.

I’d like to take that design and use it for things like mugs, custom coins, and medals that I can send to people or have for purchase on the web site to raise money for a charitable cause like breast cancer research or treating children with cancer.

Anyway, if you feel up for the challenge or know someone who could do something like this, please let me know!
Stevie and I talk about some mobile applications that help you track your runs, visit this
my good and bad experiences on the bike, dealing with plantar faciitis, getting into spring runs, and looking forward to starting the Insanity Workout DVD program.
On episode #71, about it Stevie and I discussed the idea of seeing if any listeners were graphic artists who could design a logo for the show. I tried to describe what I meant. The best way of doing it is to show my favorite race medal. It’s the one from the 2008 Flying Pig Marathon.

[gallery link="file" columns="2" orderby="title"]

It doesn’t have to be nearly that complex. What I have in mind is something with three sayings around the edge. The front is “Have Fun” “Get Your Body Moving” and “Feel Like A Champion”. The back edge would say “Running With The Pack” and “www.parkedthoughts.com”. As for the center image, tablets silhouettes of two or more runners with their arms raised up (like they are breaking the tape) would be fun. Something like this one of me and Brandon at the Philadelphia Marathon:

Crossing the Finish Line

I’m open to other ideas as well.

I’d like to take that design and use it for things like mugs, custom coins, and medals that I can send to people or have for purchase on the web site to raise money for a charitable cause like breast cancer research or treating children with cancer.

Anyway, if you feel up for the challenge or know someone who could do something like this, please let me know!
On episode #71, about it Stevie and I discussed the idea of seeing if any listeners were graphic artists who could design a logo for the show. I tried to describe what I meant. The best way of doing it is to show my favorite race medal. It’s the one from the 2008 Flying Pig Marathon.

[gallery link="file" columns="2" orderby="title"]

It doesn’t have to be nearly that complex. What I have in mind is something with three sayings around the edge. The front is “Have Fun” “Get Your Body Moving” and “Feel Like A Champion”. The back edge would say “Running With The Pack” and “www.parkedthoughts.com”. As for the center image, tablets silhouettes of two or more runners with their arms raised up (like they are breaking the tape) would be fun. Something like this one of me and Brandon at the Philadelphia Marathon:

Crossing the Finish Line

I’m open to other ideas as well.

I’d like to take that design and use it for things like mugs, custom coins, and medals that I can send to people or have for purchase on the web site to raise money for a charitable cause like breast cancer research or treating children with cancer.

Anyway, if you feel up for the challenge or know someone who could do something like this, please let me know!
Stevie and I talk about some mobile applications that help you track your runs, visit this
my good and bad experiences on the bike, dealing with plantar faciitis, getting into spring runs, and looking forward to starting the Insanity Workout DVD program.
After a hectic travel schedule, resuscitator Stevie and I are back on the show. This week, migraine we talk about exercise and stress, the Tussey Mountainback, Stevie’s new personal record for the 5K, and my progress on the bike. Good luck to the folks running the Boston Marathon on Monday!
On episode #71, about it Stevie and I discussed the idea of seeing if any listeners were graphic artists who could design a logo for the show. I tried to describe what I meant. The best way of doing it is to show my favorite race medal. It’s the one from the 2008 Flying Pig Marathon.

[gallery link="file" columns="2" orderby="title"]

It doesn’t have to be nearly that complex. What I have in mind is something with three sayings around the edge. The front is “Have Fun” “Get Your Body Moving” and “Feel Like A Champion”. The back edge would say “Running With The Pack” and “www.parkedthoughts.com”. As for the center image, tablets silhouettes of two or more runners with their arms raised up (like they are breaking the tape) would be fun. Something like this one of me and Brandon at the Philadelphia Marathon:

Crossing the Finish Line

I’m open to other ideas as well.

I’d like to take that design and use it for things like mugs, custom coins, and medals that I can send to people or have for purchase on the web site to raise money for a charitable cause like breast cancer research or treating children with cancer.

Anyway, if you feel up for the challenge or know someone who could do something like this, please let me know!
On episode #71, about it Stevie and I discussed the idea of seeing if any listeners were graphic artists who could design a logo for the show. I tried to describe what I meant. The best way of doing it is to show my favorite race medal. It’s the one from the 2008 Flying Pig Marathon.

[gallery link="file" columns="2" orderby="title"]

It doesn’t have to be nearly that complex. What I have in mind is something with three sayings around the edge. The front is “Have Fun” “Get Your Body Moving” and “Feel Like A Champion”. The back edge would say “Running With The Pack” and “www.parkedthoughts.com”. As for the center image, tablets silhouettes of two or more runners with their arms raised up (like they are breaking the tape) would be fun. Something like this one of me and Brandon at the Philadelphia Marathon:

Crossing the Finish Line

I’m open to other ideas as well.

I’d like to take that design and use it for things like mugs, custom coins, and medals that I can send to people or have for purchase on the web site to raise money for a charitable cause like breast cancer research or treating children with cancer.

Anyway, if you feel up for the challenge or know someone who could do something like this, please let me know!
Stevie and I talk about some mobile applications that help you track your runs, visit this
my good and bad experiences on the bike, dealing with plantar faciitis, getting into spring runs, and looking forward to starting the Insanity Workout DVD program.
After a hectic travel schedule, resuscitator Stevie and I are back on the show. This week, migraine we talk about exercise and stress, the Tussey Mountainback, Stevie’s new personal record for the 5K, and my progress on the bike. Good luck to the folks running the Boston Marathon on Monday!
After running a 5K race to raise money for Special Olympics, shop Stevie and I sat down to discuss how we did, disorder the Insanity Workout that I’ve been doing, and the pursuit of excellence. My time was 20:58. Stevie finished in 26:24. It was a great day!
On episode #71, about it Stevie and I discussed the idea of seeing if any listeners were graphic artists who could design a logo for the show. I tried to describe what I meant. The best way of doing it is to show my favorite race medal. It’s the one from the 2008 Flying Pig Marathon.

[gallery link="file" columns="2" orderby="title"]

It doesn’t have to be nearly that complex. What I have in mind is something with three sayings around the edge. The front is “Have Fun” “Get Your Body Moving” and “Feel Like A Champion”. The back edge would say “Running With The Pack” and “www.parkedthoughts.com”. As for the center image, tablets silhouettes of two or more runners with their arms raised up (like they are breaking the tape) would be fun. Something like this one of me and Brandon at the Philadelphia Marathon:

Crossing the Finish Line

I’m open to other ideas as well.

I’d like to take that design and use it for things like mugs, custom coins, and medals that I can send to people or have for purchase on the web site to raise money for a charitable cause like breast cancer research or treating children with cancer.

Anyway, if you feel up for the challenge or know someone who could do something like this, please let me know!
On episode #71, about it Stevie and I discussed the idea of seeing if any listeners were graphic artists who could design a logo for the show. I tried to describe what I meant. The best way of doing it is to show my favorite race medal. It’s the one from the 2008 Flying Pig Marathon.

[gallery link="file" columns="2" orderby="title"]

It doesn’t have to be nearly that complex. What I have in mind is something with three sayings around the edge. The front is “Have Fun” “Get Your Body Moving” and “Feel Like A Champion”. The back edge would say “Running With The Pack” and “www.parkedthoughts.com”. As for the center image, tablets silhouettes of two or more runners with their arms raised up (like they are breaking the tape) would be fun. Something like this one of me and Brandon at the Philadelphia Marathon:

Crossing the Finish Line

I’m open to other ideas as well.

I’d like to take that design and use it for things like mugs, custom coins, and medals that I can send to people or have for purchase on the web site to raise money for a charitable cause like breast cancer research or treating children with cancer.

Anyway, if you feel up for the challenge or know someone who could do something like this, please let me know!
Stevie and I talk about some mobile applications that help you track your runs, visit this
my good and bad experiences on the bike, dealing with plantar faciitis, getting into spring runs, and looking forward to starting the Insanity Workout DVD program.
After a hectic travel schedule, resuscitator Stevie and I are back on the show. This week, migraine we talk about exercise and stress, the Tussey Mountainback, Stevie’s new personal record for the 5K, and my progress on the bike. Good luck to the folks running the Boston Marathon on Monday!
After running a 5K race to raise money for Special Olympics, shop Stevie and I sat down to discuss how we did, disorder the Insanity Workout that I’ve been doing, and the pursuit of excellence. My time was 20:58. Stevie finished in 26:24. It was a great day!
After running a 5K race to raise money for Special Olympics, shop Stevie and I sat down to discuss how we did, disorder the Insanity Workout that I’ve been doing, and the pursuit of excellence. My time was 20:58. Stevie finished in 26:24. It was a great day!
This week, physician
Stevie and I talk about running while pregnant, nurse
switching to the Nike Free shoes, cramping while running, eGels and other electrolyte replacements, the McMillan Pace Calculator, Knuetes shirt reviews, and many updates from our listeners who have been completing marathons and half-marathons.

Some links we mentioned on the show:

On episode #71, about it Stevie and I discussed the idea of seeing if any listeners were graphic artists who could design a logo for the show. I tried to describe what I meant. The best way of doing it is to show my favorite race medal. It’s the one from the 2008 Flying Pig Marathon.

[gallery link="file" columns="2" orderby="title"]

It doesn’t have to be nearly that complex. What I have in mind is something with three sayings around the edge. The front is “Have Fun” “Get Your Body Moving” and “Feel Like A Champion”. The back edge would say “Running With The Pack” and “www.parkedthoughts.com”. As for the center image, tablets silhouettes of two or more runners with their arms raised up (like they are breaking the tape) would be fun. Something like this one of me and Brandon at the Philadelphia Marathon:

Crossing the Finish Line

I’m open to other ideas as well.

I’d like to take that design and use it for things like mugs, custom coins, and medals that I can send to people or have for purchase on the web site to raise money for a charitable cause like breast cancer research or treating children with cancer.

Anyway, if you feel up for the challenge or know someone who could do something like this, please let me know!
On episode #71, about it Stevie and I discussed the idea of seeing if any listeners were graphic artists who could design a logo for the show. I tried to describe what I meant. The best way of doing it is to show my favorite race medal. It’s the one from the 2008 Flying Pig Marathon.

[gallery link="file" columns="2" orderby="title"]

It doesn’t have to be nearly that complex. What I have in mind is something with three sayings around the edge. The front is “Have Fun” “Get Your Body Moving” and “Feel Like A Champion”. The back edge would say “Running With The Pack” and “www.parkedthoughts.com”. As for the center image, tablets silhouettes of two or more runners with their arms raised up (like they are breaking the tape) would be fun. Something like this one of me and Brandon at the Philadelphia Marathon:

Crossing the Finish Line

I’m open to other ideas as well.

I’d like to take that design and use it for things like mugs, custom coins, and medals that I can send to people or have for purchase on the web site to raise money for a charitable cause like breast cancer research or treating children with cancer.

Anyway, if you feel up for the challenge or know someone who could do something like this, please let me know!
Stevie and I talk about some mobile applications that help you track your runs, visit this
my good and bad experiences on the bike, dealing with plantar faciitis, getting into spring runs, and looking forward to starting the Insanity Workout DVD program.
After a hectic travel schedule, resuscitator Stevie and I are back on the show. This week, migraine we talk about exercise and stress, the Tussey Mountainback, Stevie’s new personal record for the 5K, and my progress on the bike. Good luck to the folks running the Boston Marathon on Monday!
After running a 5K race to raise money for Special Olympics, shop Stevie and I sat down to discuss how we did, disorder the Insanity Workout that I’ve been doing, and the pursuit of excellence. My time was 20:58. Stevie finished in 26:24. It was a great day!
After running a 5K race to raise money for Special Olympics, shop Stevie and I sat down to discuss how we did, disorder the Insanity Workout that I’ve been doing, and the pursuit of excellence. My time was 20:58. Stevie finished in 26:24. It was a great day!
This week, physician
Stevie and I talk about running while pregnant, nurse
switching to the Nike Free shoes, cramping while running, eGels and other electrolyte replacements, the McMillan Pace Calculator, Knuetes shirt reviews, and many updates from our listeners who have been completing marathons and half-marathons.

Some links we mentioned on the show:

After running a 5K race to raise money for Special Olympics, shop Stevie and I sat down to discuss how we did, disorder the Insanity Workout that I’ve been doing, and the pursuit of excellence. My time was 20:58. Stevie finished in 26:24. It was a great day!
This week, physician
Stevie and I talk about running while pregnant, nurse
switching to the Nike Free shoes, cramping while running, eGels and other electrolyte replacements, the McMillan Pace Calculator, Knuetes shirt reviews, and many updates from our listeners who have been completing marathons and half-marathons.

Some links we mentioned on the show:

Stevie and I have both had car issues this week, here
which maked us think about the relationship between running and transportation. We also talk about my Nike Free 5.0 shoes, Week 4 of the Insanity Workout, and my upcoming triathlon.
On episode #71, about it Stevie and I discussed the idea of seeing if any listeners were graphic artists who could design a logo for the show. I tried to describe what I meant. The best way of doing it is to show my favorite race medal. It’s the one from the 2008 Flying Pig Marathon.

[gallery link="file" columns="2" orderby="title"]

It doesn’t have to be nearly that complex. What I have in mind is something with three sayings around the edge. The front is “Have Fun” “Get Your Body Moving” and “Feel Like A Champion”. The back edge would say “Running With The Pack” and “www.parkedthoughts.com”. As for the center image, tablets silhouettes of two or more runners with their arms raised up (like they are breaking the tape) would be fun. Something like this one of me and Brandon at the Philadelphia Marathon:

Crossing the Finish Line

I’m open to other ideas as well.

I’d like to take that design and use it for things like mugs, custom coins, and medals that I can send to people or have for purchase on the web site to raise money for a charitable cause like breast cancer research or treating children with cancer.

Anyway, if you feel up for the challenge or know someone who could do something like this, please let me know!
On episode #71, about it Stevie and I discussed the idea of seeing if any listeners were graphic artists who could design a logo for the show. I tried to describe what I meant. The best way of doing it is to show my favorite race medal. It’s the one from the 2008 Flying Pig Marathon.

[gallery link="file" columns="2" orderby="title"]

It doesn’t have to be nearly that complex. What I have in mind is something with three sayings around the edge. The front is “Have Fun” “Get Your Body Moving” and “Feel Like A Champion”. The back edge would say “Running With The Pack” and “www.parkedthoughts.com”. As for the center image, tablets silhouettes of two or more runners with their arms raised up (like they are breaking the tape) would be fun. Something like this one of me and Brandon at the Philadelphia Marathon:

Crossing the Finish Line

I’m open to other ideas as well.

I’d like to take that design and use it for things like mugs, custom coins, and medals that I can send to people or have for purchase on the web site to raise money for a charitable cause like breast cancer research or treating children with cancer.

Anyway, if you feel up for the challenge or know someone who could do something like this, please let me know!
Stevie and I talk about some mobile applications that help you track your runs, visit this
my good and bad experiences on the bike, dealing with plantar faciitis, getting into spring runs, and looking forward to starting the Insanity Workout DVD program.
After a hectic travel schedule, resuscitator Stevie and I are back on the show. This week, migraine we talk about exercise and stress, the Tussey Mountainback, Stevie’s new personal record for the 5K, and my progress on the bike. Good luck to the folks running the Boston Marathon on Monday!
After running a 5K race to raise money for Special Olympics, shop Stevie and I sat down to discuss how we did, disorder the Insanity Workout that I’ve been doing, and the pursuit of excellence. My time was 20:58. Stevie finished in 26:24. It was a great day!
After running a 5K race to raise money for Special Olympics, shop Stevie and I sat down to discuss how we did, disorder the Insanity Workout that I’ve been doing, and the pursuit of excellence. My time was 20:58. Stevie finished in 26:24. It was a great day!
This week, physician
Stevie and I talk about running while pregnant, nurse
switching to the Nike Free shoes, cramping while running, eGels and other electrolyte replacements, the McMillan Pace Calculator, Knuetes shirt reviews, and many updates from our listeners who have been completing marathons and half-marathons.

Some links we mentioned on the show:

After running a 5K race to raise money for Special Olympics, shop Stevie and I sat down to discuss how we did, disorder the Insanity Workout that I’ve been doing, and the pursuit of excellence. My time was 20:58. Stevie finished in 26:24. It was a great day!
This week, physician
Stevie and I talk about running while pregnant, nurse
switching to the Nike Free shoes, cramping while running, eGels and other electrolyte replacements, the McMillan Pace Calculator, Knuetes shirt reviews, and many updates from our listeners who have been completing marathons and half-marathons.

Some links we mentioned on the show:

Stevie and I have both had car issues this week, here
which maked us think about the relationship between running and transportation. We also talk about my Nike Free 5.0 shoes, Week 4 of the Insanity Workout, and my upcoming triathlon.
This week, tuberculosis we have a lot of short topics (summer running, fun races, endorphins, etc…) and then finish with a race report about the Black Bear Triathlon, which was my first Olympic-distance triathlon and my first open-water swim. Before the show, Stevie asked me how the Black Bear Triathlon went.

The short version:

Cold. Frightening. Wet. Intimidating. Demoralizing. Painful.
Exhilarating. Amazing. Euphoric. Challenging. Enlightening.

—–

The longish version:

The water was incredibly cold compared to what I was used to. I went in for a practice swim and nearly quit because of the water temperature. It triggered a strong panicky feeling, but Andrew made me go through with it. I’m glad he did. I had never done open water swimming before, so that was all new too. I had to contend with other swimmers and staying on course. I also got a friction sore on my neck from the wetsuit. I felt a little dizzy after getting out of the water, so I took my time in the transition area, ate a gel, said hi to Andrew, and then ran my bike to the mount area.

It was raining while I was doing the bike course, so the roads were wet. I was obviously on one of the lowest-end bikes there and got passed by a ton of people. I saw some people with flat tires and a couple who wiped out – so I’m glad nothing like that happened to me. The race description said that the bike course was REALLY hilly and challenging. They weren’t kidding. I kinda suck on hills, even though I practice on a hilly route. It’s partially because my bike is cheap and heavy, partially because I have only been cycling for a year, and partially because the competition at this race was incredible – loads of people from Philadelphia and New York – many of whom have done Ironman events before. After one last killer hill, I made it into “T2” (second transition) from the bike to the run. I saw Andrew again – racked the bike, took off my helmet, gloves, and glasses, and put on my running shoes.

The run was the easiest part. It was a nice flat two-loop course. I passed several people who had passed me on the bike portion. I had another gel and drank lots of water. I felt pretty strong. I had some pain in my back and a stitch in my side, but nothing unbearable. I finished the two loops and ran up to the finish line where they announced my name. The woman giving me my medal said “State College, Penn State, wooo!” which I thought was pretty cool.

After the race, I caught up with Andrew, grabbed some snacks, got my gear from the transition area, and headed back to the car. Once there, I switched out of my triathlon gear, used a couple of Action Wipes, put on clean clothes, and we headed home. We stopped at the Powerhouse restaurant on Route 80 on the way home and had some of the best eggplant parm that I’ve ever had.

I finished in about 3:11, which was 263 out of 364 people who started (so back of the pack). My goal time was 3:00, but all things considered, I’m very happy with how I did. I finished with a smile on my face. I learned a lot. I had a great time.

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Running with the Pack 76: Car Touble, Insanity Workout Week 4, Nike Free 5.0, and Upcoming Triathlon

On episode #71, about it Stevie and I discussed the idea of seeing if any listeners were graphic artists who could design a logo for the show. I tried to describe what I meant. The best way of doing it is to show my favorite race medal. It’s the one from the 2008 Flying Pig Marathon.

[gallery link="file" columns="2" orderby="title"]

It doesn’t have to be nearly that complex. What I have in mind is something with three sayings around the edge. The front is “Have Fun” “Get Your Body Moving” and “Feel Like A Champion”. The back edge would say “Running With The Pack” and “www.parkedthoughts.com”. As for the center image, tablets silhouettes of two or more runners with their arms raised up (like they are breaking the tape) would be fun. Something like this one of me and Brandon at the Philadelphia Marathon:

Crossing the Finish Line

I’m open to other ideas as well.

I’d like to take that design and use it for things like mugs, custom coins, and medals that I can send to people or have for purchase on the web site to raise money for a charitable cause like breast cancer research or treating children with cancer.

Anyway, if you feel up for the challenge or know someone who could do something like this, please let me know!
On episode #71, about it Stevie and I discussed the idea of seeing if any listeners were graphic artists who could design a logo for the show. I tried to describe what I meant. The best way of doing it is to show my favorite race medal. It’s the one from the 2008 Flying Pig Marathon.

[gallery link="file" columns="2" orderby="title"]

It doesn’t have to be nearly that complex. What I have in mind is something with three sayings around the edge. The front is “Have Fun” “Get Your Body Moving” and “Feel Like A Champion”. The back edge would say “Running With The Pack” and “www.parkedthoughts.com”. As for the center image, tablets silhouettes of two or more runners with their arms raised up (like they are breaking the tape) would be fun. Something like this one of me and Brandon at the Philadelphia Marathon:

Crossing the Finish Line

I’m open to other ideas as well.

I’d like to take that design and use it for things like mugs, custom coins, and medals that I can send to people or have for purchase on the web site to raise money for a charitable cause like breast cancer research or treating children with cancer.

Anyway, if you feel up for the challenge or know someone who could do something like this, please let me know!
On episode #71, about it Stevie and I discussed the idea of seeing if any listeners were graphic artists who could design a logo for the show. I tried to describe what I meant. The best way of doing it is to show my favorite race medal. It’s the one from the 2008 Flying Pig Marathon.

[gallery link="file" columns="2" orderby="title"]

It doesn’t have to be nearly that complex. What I have in mind is something with three sayings around the edge. The front is “Have Fun” “Get Your Body Moving” and “Feel Like A Champion”. The back edge would say “Running With The Pack” and “www.parkedthoughts.com”. As for the center image, tablets silhouettes of two or more runners with their arms raised up (like they are breaking the tape) would be fun. Something like this one of me and Brandon at the Philadelphia Marathon:

Crossing the Finish Line

I’m open to other ideas as well.

I’d like to take that design and use it for things like mugs, custom coins, and medals that I can send to people or have for purchase on the web site to raise money for a charitable cause like breast cancer research or treating children with cancer.

Anyway, if you feel up for the challenge or know someone who could do something like this, please let me know!
Stevie and I talk about some mobile applications that help you track your runs, visit this
my good and bad experiences on the bike, dealing with plantar faciitis, getting into spring runs, and looking forward to starting the Insanity Workout DVD program.
On episode #71, about it Stevie and I discussed the idea of seeing if any listeners were graphic artists who could design a logo for the show. I tried to describe what I meant. The best way of doing it is to show my favorite race medal. It’s the one from the 2008 Flying Pig Marathon.

[gallery link="file" columns="2" orderby="title"]

It doesn’t have to be nearly that complex. What I have in mind is something with three sayings around the edge. The front is “Have Fun” “Get Your Body Moving” and “Feel Like A Champion”. The back edge would say “Running With The Pack” and “www.parkedthoughts.com”. As for the center image, tablets silhouettes of two or more runners with their arms raised up (like they are breaking the tape) would be fun. Something like this one of me and Brandon at the Philadelphia Marathon:

Crossing the Finish Line

I’m open to other ideas as well.

I’d like to take that design and use it for things like mugs, custom coins, and medals that I can send to people or have for purchase on the web site to raise money for a charitable cause like breast cancer research or treating children with cancer.

Anyway, if you feel up for the challenge or know someone who could do something like this, please let me know!
On episode #71, about it Stevie and I discussed the idea of seeing if any listeners were graphic artists who could design a logo for the show. I tried to describe what I meant. The best way of doing it is to show my favorite race medal. It’s the one from the 2008 Flying Pig Marathon.

[gallery link="file" columns="2" orderby="title"]

It doesn’t have to be nearly that complex. What I have in mind is something with three sayings around the edge. The front is “Have Fun” “Get Your Body Moving” and “Feel Like A Champion”. The back edge would say “Running With The Pack” and “www.parkedthoughts.com”. As for the center image, tablets silhouettes of two or more runners with their arms raised up (like they are breaking the tape) would be fun. Something like this one of me and Brandon at the Philadelphia Marathon:

Crossing the Finish Line

I’m open to other ideas as well.

I’d like to take that design and use it for things like mugs, custom coins, and medals that I can send to people or have for purchase on the web site to raise money for a charitable cause like breast cancer research or treating children with cancer.

Anyway, if you feel up for the challenge or know someone who could do something like this, please let me know!
Stevie and I talk about some mobile applications that help you track your runs, visit this
my good and bad experiences on the bike, dealing with plantar faciitis, getting into spring runs, and looking forward to starting the Insanity Workout DVD program.
After a hectic travel schedule, resuscitator Stevie and I are back on the show. This week, migraine we talk about exercise and stress, the Tussey Mountainback, Stevie’s new personal record for the 5K, and my progress on the bike. Good luck to the folks running the Boston Marathon on Monday!
On episode #71, about it Stevie and I discussed the idea of seeing if any listeners were graphic artists who could design a logo for the show. I tried to describe what I meant. The best way of doing it is to show my favorite race medal. It’s the one from the 2008 Flying Pig Marathon.

[gallery link="file" columns="2" orderby="title"]

It doesn’t have to be nearly that complex. What I have in mind is something with three sayings around the edge. The front is “Have Fun” “Get Your Body Moving” and “Feel Like A Champion”. The back edge would say “Running With The Pack” and “www.parkedthoughts.com”. As for the center image, tablets silhouettes of two or more runners with their arms raised up (like they are breaking the tape) would be fun. Something like this one of me and Brandon at the Philadelphia Marathon:

Crossing the Finish Line

I’m open to other ideas as well.

I’d like to take that design and use it for things like mugs, custom coins, and medals that I can send to people or have for purchase on the web site to raise money for a charitable cause like breast cancer research or treating children with cancer.

Anyway, if you feel up for the challenge or know someone who could do something like this, please let me know!
On episode #71, about it Stevie and I discussed the idea of seeing if any listeners were graphic artists who could design a logo for the show. I tried to describe what I meant. The best way of doing it is to show my favorite race medal. It’s the one from the 2008 Flying Pig Marathon.

[gallery link="file" columns="2" orderby="title"]

It doesn’t have to be nearly that complex. What I have in mind is something with three sayings around the edge. The front is “Have Fun” “Get Your Body Moving” and “Feel Like A Champion”. The back edge would say “Running With The Pack” and “www.parkedthoughts.com”. As for the center image, tablets silhouettes of two or more runners with their arms raised up (like they are breaking the tape) would be fun. Something like this one of me and Brandon at the Philadelphia Marathon:

Crossing the Finish Line

I’m open to other ideas as well.

I’d like to take that design and use it for things like mugs, custom coins, and medals that I can send to people or have for purchase on the web site to raise money for a charitable cause like breast cancer research or treating children with cancer.

Anyway, if you feel up for the challenge or know someone who could do something like this, please let me know!
Stevie and I talk about some mobile applications that help you track your runs, visit this
my good and bad experiences on the bike, dealing with plantar faciitis, getting into spring runs, and looking forward to starting the Insanity Workout DVD program.
After a hectic travel schedule, resuscitator Stevie and I are back on the show. This week, migraine we talk about exercise and stress, the Tussey Mountainback, Stevie’s new personal record for the 5K, and my progress on the bike. Good luck to the folks running the Boston Marathon on Monday!
After running a 5K race to raise money for Special Olympics, shop Stevie and I sat down to discuss how we did, disorder the Insanity Workout that I’ve been doing, and the pursuit of excellence. My time was 20:58. Stevie finished in 26:24. It was a great day!
On episode #71, about it Stevie and I discussed the idea of seeing if any listeners were graphic artists who could design a logo for the show. I tried to describe what I meant. The best way of doing it is to show my favorite race medal. It’s the one from the 2008 Flying Pig Marathon.

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It doesn’t have to be nearly that complex. What I have in mind is something with three sayings around the edge. The front is “Have Fun” “Get Your Body Moving” and “Feel Like A Champion”. The back edge would say “Running With The Pack” and “www.parkedthoughts.com”. As for the center image, tablets silhouettes of two or more runners with their arms raised up (like they are breaking the tape) would be fun. Something like this one of me and Brandon at the Philadelphia Marathon:

Crossing the Finish Line

I’m open to other ideas as well.

I’d like to take that design and use it for things like mugs, custom coins, and medals that I can send to people or have for purchase on the web site to raise money for a charitable cause like breast cancer research or treating children with cancer.

Anyway, if you feel up for the challenge or know someone who could do something like this, please let me know!
On episode #71, about it Stevie and I discussed the idea of seeing if any listeners were graphic artists who could design a logo for the show. I tried to describe what I meant. The best way of doing it is to show my favorite race medal. It’s the one from the 2008 Flying Pig Marathon.

[gallery link="file" columns="2" orderby="title"]

It doesn’t have to be nearly that complex. What I have in mind is something with three sayings around the edge. The front is “Have Fun” “Get Your Body Moving” and “Feel Like A Champion”. The back edge would say “Running With The Pack” and “www.parkedthoughts.com”. As for the center image, tablets silhouettes of two or more runners with their arms raised up (like they are breaking the tape) would be fun. Something like this one of me and Brandon at the Philadelphia Marathon:

Crossing the Finish Line

I’m open to other ideas as well.

I’d like to take that design and use it for things like mugs, custom coins, and medals that I can send to people or have for purchase on the web site to raise money for a charitable cause like breast cancer research or treating children with cancer.

Anyway, if you feel up for the challenge or know someone who could do something like this, please let me know!
Stevie and I talk about some mobile applications that help you track your runs, visit this
my good and bad experiences on the bike, dealing with plantar faciitis, getting into spring runs, and looking forward to starting the Insanity Workout DVD program.
After a hectic travel schedule, resuscitator Stevie and I are back on the show. This week, migraine we talk about exercise and stress, the Tussey Mountainback, Stevie’s new personal record for the 5K, and my progress on the bike. Good luck to the folks running the Boston Marathon on Monday!
After running a 5K race to raise money for Special Olympics, shop Stevie and I sat down to discuss how we did, disorder the Insanity Workout that I’ve been doing, and the pursuit of excellence. My time was 20:58. Stevie finished in 26:24. It was a great day!
After running a 5K race to raise money for Special Olympics, shop Stevie and I sat down to discuss how we did, disorder the Insanity Workout that I’ve been doing, and the pursuit of excellence. My time was 20:58. Stevie finished in 26:24. It was a great day!
This week, physician
Stevie and I talk about running while pregnant, nurse
switching to the Nike Free shoes, cramping while running, eGels and other electrolyte replacements, the McMillan Pace Calculator, Knuetes shirt reviews, and many updates from our listeners who have been completing marathons and half-marathons.

Some links we mentioned on the show:

On episode #71, about it Stevie and I discussed the idea of seeing if any listeners were graphic artists who could design a logo for the show. I tried to describe what I meant. The best way of doing it is to show my favorite race medal. It’s the one from the 2008 Flying Pig Marathon.

[gallery link="file" columns="2" orderby="title"]

It doesn’t have to be nearly that complex. What I have in mind is something with three sayings around the edge. The front is “Have Fun” “Get Your Body Moving” and “Feel Like A Champion”. The back edge would say “Running With The Pack” and “www.parkedthoughts.com”. As for the center image, tablets silhouettes of two or more runners with their arms raised up (like they are breaking the tape) would be fun. Something like this one of me and Brandon at the Philadelphia Marathon:

Crossing the Finish Line

I’m open to other ideas as well.

I’d like to take that design and use it for things like mugs, custom coins, and medals that I can send to people or have for purchase on the web site to raise money for a charitable cause like breast cancer research or treating children with cancer.

Anyway, if you feel up for the challenge or know someone who could do something like this, please let me know!
On episode #71, about it Stevie and I discussed the idea of seeing if any listeners were graphic artists who could design a logo for the show. I tried to describe what I meant. The best way of doing it is to show my favorite race medal. It’s the one from the 2008 Flying Pig Marathon.

[gallery link="file" columns="2" orderby="title"]

It doesn’t have to be nearly that complex. What I have in mind is something with three sayings around the edge. The front is “Have Fun” “Get Your Body Moving” and “Feel Like A Champion”. The back edge would say “Running With The Pack” and “www.parkedthoughts.com”. As for the center image, tablets silhouettes of two or more runners with their arms raised up (like they are breaking the tape) would be fun. Something like this one of me and Brandon at the Philadelphia Marathon:

Crossing the Finish Line

I’m open to other ideas as well.

I’d like to take that design and use it for things like mugs, custom coins, and medals that I can send to people or have for purchase on the web site to raise money for a charitable cause like breast cancer research or treating children with cancer.

Anyway, if you feel up for the challenge or know someone who could do something like this, please let me know!
Stevie and I talk about some mobile applications that help you track your runs, visit this
my good and bad experiences on the bike, dealing with plantar faciitis, getting into spring runs, and looking forward to starting the Insanity Workout DVD program.
After a hectic travel schedule, resuscitator Stevie and I are back on the show. This week, migraine we talk about exercise and stress, the Tussey Mountainback, Stevie’s new personal record for the 5K, and my progress on the bike. Good luck to the folks running the Boston Marathon on Monday!
After running a 5K race to raise money for Special Olympics, shop Stevie and I sat down to discuss how we did, disorder the Insanity Workout that I’ve been doing, and the pursuit of excellence. My time was 20:58. Stevie finished in 26:24. It was a great day!
After running a 5K race to raise money for Special Olympics, shop Stevie and I sat down to discuss how we did, disorder the Insanity Workout that I’ve been doing, and the pursuit of excellence. My time was 20:58. Stevie finished in 26:24. It was a great day!
This week, physician
Stevie and I talk about running while pregnant, nurse
switching to the Nike Free shoes, cramping while running, eGels and other electrolyte replacements, the McMillan Pace Calculator, Knuetes shirt reviews, and many updates from our listeners who have been completing marathons and half-marathons.

Some links we mentioned on the show:

After running a 5K race to raise money for Special Olympics, shop Stevie and I sat down to discuss how we did, disorder the Insanity Workout that I’ve been doing, and the pursuit of excellence. My time was 20:58. Stevie finished in 26:24. It was a great day!
This week, physician
Stevie and I talk about running while pregnant, nurse
switching to the Nike Free shoes, cramping while running, eGels and other electrolyte replacements, the McMillan Pace Calculator, Knuetes shirt reviews, and many updates from our listeners who have been completing marathons and half-marathons.

Some links we mentioned on the show:

Stevie and I have both had car issues this week, here
which maked us think about the relationship between running and transportation. We also talk about my Nike Free 5.0 shoes, Week 4 of the Insanity Workout, and my upcoming triathlon.

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Running with the Pack 70: Trio of Triathlons, THON, Bilateral Breathing, and More…

I’ve been saying for a while that I want to do three triathlons this year. I took a good look at my travel schedule, visit this site picked these three, try and completed the registration:

On May 23, audiologist I’ll be doing the Black Bear Triathlon. It will be my first open water race, first time in a wet suit, and my first Olympic distance triathlon (1500 meter swim, 24 mile bike, 6.2 mile run). In addition, the bike course looks pretty hilly. So this is definitely going to be a challenge for me. I picked it because the location looks very nice, the views are supposed to be amazing, and I wanted three races that would be spread out over the summer. The timing of this one will make sure that I start getting in shape early in the season. I don’t really care about my finishing time since this is my first race of this length.

On July 3, I’ll be doing the Happy Valley Sprint Triathlon. I did this race last year. It was my first (and to date, my only) triathlon. It’s fun, familiar, beginner-friendly, and very very local – only about 3 miles from my house. I had a blast last year. It may also be my best chance to recruit some additional people to participate or at least come out and watch.

I’ll wrap things up on August 29 with the Riverstock Triathlon – another Olympic distance event. It’s a little over an hour drive from my house. It should be a relatively small race (about 350 people). The swim is in a river and involves both downstream and upstream swimming, so that will be interesting. It looks like the bike course is easier than the Black Bear Triathlon, plus I’ll have more triathlon experience, so this is where I expect to set a reasonable PR time.

So that’s the plan. If anyone else lives in Pennsylvania and would like to try these races, I’d be happy to meet up with you. I prefer to do races with company.
I’ve been saying for a while that I want to do three triathlons this year. I took a good look at my travel schedule, visit this site picked these three, try and completed the registration:

On May 23, audiologist I’ll be doing the Black Bear Triathlon. It will be my first open water race, first time in a wet suit, and my first Olympic distance triathlon (1500 meter swim, 24 mile bike, 6.2 mile run). In addition, the bike course looks pretty hilly. So this is definitely going to be a challenge for me. I picked it because the location looks very nice, the views are supposed to be amazing, and I wanted three races that would be spread out over the summer. The timing of this one will make sure that I start getting in shape early in the season. I don’t really care about my finishing time since this is my first race of this length.

On July 3, I’ll be doing the Happy Valley Sprint Triathlon. I did this race last year. It was my first (and to date, my only) triathlon. It’s fun, familiar, beginner-friendly, and very very local – only about 3 miles from my house. I had a blast last year. It may also be my best chance to recruit some additional people to participate or at least come out and watch.

I’ll wrap things up on August 29 with the Riverstock Triathlon – another Olympic distance event. It’s a little over an hour drive from my house. It should be a relatively small race (about 350 people). The swim is in a river and involves both downstream and upstream swimming, so that will be interesting. It looks like the bike course is easier than the Black Bear Triathlon, plus I’ll have more triathlon experience, so this is where I expect to set a reasonable PR time.

So that’s the plan. If anyone else lives in Pennsylvania and would like to try these races, I’d be happy to meet up with you. I prefer to do races with company.
I’ve been saying for a while that I want to do three triathlons this year. I took a good look at my travel schedule, visit this site picked these three, try and completed the registration:

On May 23, audiologist I’ll be doing the Black Bear Triathlon. It will be my first open water race, first time in a wet suit, and my first Olympic distance triathlon (1500 meter swim, 24 mile bike, 6.2 mile run). In addition, the bike course looks pretty hilly. So this is definitely going to be a challenge for me. I picked it because the location looks very nice, the views are supposed to be amazing, and I wanted three races that would be spread out over the summer. The timing of this one will make sure that I start getting in shape early in the season. I don’t really care about my finishing time since this is my first race of this length.

On July 3, I’ll be doing the Happy Valley Sprint Triathlon. I did this race last year. It was my first (and to date, my only) triathlon. It’s fun, familiar, beginner-friendly, and very very local – only about 3 miles from my house. I had a blast last year. It may also be my best chance to recruit some additional people to participate or at least come out and watch.

I’ll wrap things up on August 29 with the Riverstock Triathlon – another Olympic distance event. It’s a little over an hour drive from my house. It should be a relatively small race (about 350 people). The swim is in a river and involves both downstream and upstream swimming, so that will be interesting. It looks like the bike course is easier than the Black Bear Triathlon, plus I’ll have more triathlon experience, so this is where I expect to set a reasonable PR time.

So that’s the plan. If anyone else lives in Pennsylvania and would like to try these races, I’d be happy to meet up with you. I prefer to do races with company.
This week, site
we talk about the trio of triathlons that I have signed up for, decease my attempts to learn to breathe bilaterally when swimming, the Penn State Dance Marathon, and other topics sent in from listeners.

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