Monthly Archive: March 2010

Mar 31

Taper Crazy

Less than 2 weeks until the Martian Marathon which means I am on my taper.  And I am going crazy.  I have a love/hate relationship with tapering.  I love it because it is something to look forward to after weeks of logging long miles.  It finally gives the body a chance to rest.  At the …

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Mar 26

Dog Days

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Again, I find myself playing catch up.  It is crunch time at work and I have found myself working until later in the evening to try and meet my deadlines.  Thankfully, I am on my taper, so my workout schedule was a bit lighter than it has been. A couple of my days involved dogs, …

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Mar 20

Race Report: Irish Jig 5k

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Today was the annual Irish Jig 5k.  The Irish Jig is a big local race – nearly 3500 runners.  To ease congestion, they split it up into separate men’s and women’s races.  Thankfully the weather cooperated by going from 60F and sunny to 30F, snowy, and windy.  Absolutely wonderful racing weather.  *end sarcasm*   Typical Michigan …

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Mar 18

Reinventing the Print Industry

Yeah, I know this is supposed to be a triathlon/running/biking/swimming/training blog, but stick with me for a minute.  My uncle shared this link with me today because of the technology used and high geek factor involved.  Not only is the technology amazing, but the focus of the story was Chris Lieto, so I wanted to …

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Mar 17

Rewind

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All this beautiful weather has distracted me from my blog and I now I have to play some catch up on what I have been up to.  Enjoy! Saturday Technically a rest day from running.  However, Scott Rigsby (the first double amputee to finish Kona) was going to be doing a group run starting at …

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