Tag Archives: running

Post Fire Trail Run in Calabasas

It took me awhile to come back to this place. Partially this was due to training but also because I knew it’d be a tough sight to see after the kind of devastation wreaked by the recent Wolsey Fire in Calabasas, CA. Working across the street from these trails, I at least had a sense […]

One Year Review: Saucony Peregrine 7 Trail Shoe

Given my affinity for these, I’m kind of surprised I haven’t written about them previously! Last week during a training run I took a little bit of time to review how the Saucony Peregrine 7 trail shoes have held up over the past year of trail running. In running, it’s very rare to have a […]

Reflecting: Stress Fracture to Tibia

Running, as well as all training, is fraught with set backs. Last week I got the results of an MRI which confirmed a suspicion I’ve had since November: something was not right with my right knee. In fact, during the race, I texted my wife “knee” at mile 20 and she knew I was pointing […]

NYC Marathon Data

It’s been a couple weeks since completing one of the biggest challenges of my life. NYC was both thrilling and humbling, but most of all it was something that I’ll always be proud of. I’m a tough critic of myself. Running has never been a strength for me. Carrying 165lbs of weight on top of […]

How did this happen? PR Half Effort

Every week I’ve been seeing the results that I’ve also been feeling. Eating right, training hard, being consistent and motivated by all of you has put me in a very interesting spot. So I decided to dig a little deeper into the data. Part of my marathon training has included long runs every Saturday morning. […]