Archive for September, 2011

12
Sep
11

A race to remember on 9/11

I’m still walking on air – albeit slowly.

I have a blister on one of my toes, a sore IT band – and a
great feeling inside that only running can provide.

From the tail wind at the start to the ice bath at the end,
Sunday’s inaugural Bozeman Marathon turned out to be what will become an
unforgettable experience. Continue reading ‘A race to remember on 9/11’

09
Sep
11

Final training step: a good night’s sleep

All the miles have been run. The hard part’s over, right?

Not yet. Continue reading ‘Final training step: a good night’s sleep’

02
Sep
11

The tapering blues

It’s a beautiful morning. I have hours of free time. Yet I
sit here typing.

My legs feel heavy, a bit tired. I will not be running
today.

Thing is, none of this is a surprise – I’m tapering. Continue reading ‘The tapering blues’