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Why runners are obsessed with their GPS and The Timex #ONEGPS Review

What’s the expression, “If I die or collapse before I reach the finish line, stop my GPS.” Whatever the saying is, I find it hilarious and a bit dysfunctional that we runners are so attached to our arm candy. I am 12 weeks into my marathon training and other than my shoes, my GPS is […]


The “What If” Weed

Lately, I have found myself thinking and wondering about, “if I had taken this road, where would I be?” Life is a big series of roads and paths, isn’t it? In some way these roads all lead to nowhere, or maybe they all lead to the same place, I’m not sure. I do know one […]

Breaking Away

Breaking Away

I don’t know why I never thought I’d be writing something like this. It’s not that I’m in denial, or have my head in the clouds, it’s just that life is funny. You go about business almost as if we are on autopilot. Days turn into weeks, weeks into months and months into years. They […]

Can Running Be A Moving Meditation-

Can Running Be A Moving Meditation?

In the technical sense of the word, running would not be considered a meditation, although some may argue that, I believe if you asked a master he or she would likely say, “no, but you can run with the mind of meditation.” I’m no master, nor am I an expert, I can only give you […]

How to

How To Accept a Running Injury

m4s0n501 This morning I sprang out of bed ready to run. Last night, as I was drifting off to sleep, it was the first time in a few weeks where my shin wasn’t throbbing. Thanks to Tina’s advise, I went to my Chiropractor and he did some Active Release Therapy on it. Feeling like it […]