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Slow runner thoughts:

April 19, 2019
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It’s my mind that keeps me running, my body told me to quit 15 minutes ago. Slow runners make fast runners look good (“You’re welcome”). I’m slower than a turtle in peanut butter but I…

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Ahh Spring:

April 12, 2019
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Now that spring is here, all of you indoor runners who prefer to stay inside during the winter months, can now abandon the treadmill at the gym or in the basement and venture back into…

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Things that puzzle runners:

April 5, 2019
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What should I eat and drink before a race? “Don’t eat two bowls of chill the night before and drink a six pack of beer. Otherwise, you’ll probably finish the race inside the Port-A-Potty.” What…

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Ten Commandments for Runners:

March 29, 2019
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Ten Commandments for Runners:

  Thou shall never use the word “jogger”. Thou shall never say “I am not a runner”. If you run, you are a runner. Thou shall never wear cotton. Thou shall never compare yourself to…

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Running Styles:

March 22, 2019
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I would invite any of you non-runners, looking for a few laughs, to sometime come to a local race and watch us running humans try to run like a gazelle while in fact, mostly, looking…

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Annoying runners

March 15, 2019
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Once again (finally) spring is nearly here. It’s time to get back out the door, shed those winter blues (and winter duds) and get back on the trail and join the rest of us. Just…

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Reasons for running a race:

March 8, 2019
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You’ll accumulate a lifetime supply of safety pins (used for attaching your runners’ bib to your shirt or jacket and available by the handful when you pick up your running packet prior to the race).…

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Runner’s oxymorons:

March 1, 2019
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Runner’s oxymorons:

“Run Fast” You’ve got to be kidding, at my age? My mantra is “A 12 minute mile is just as far as a 6 minute mile”. “Easy Miles” What’s the point? If it was easy,…

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I don’t have time:

February 22, 2019
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I don’t have time:

“I don’t have time” is the grown up version of “The dog ate my homework”. Roger HollisAir Force veteran, a veteran of 30+ years in the corporate world. Published in Medical Devices magazine. Illustrator for…

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What I meant to do:

February 15, 2019
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What I meant to do: Run a 10K race and eat a healthy meal. What I actually did: Ran a 10 K race then ate half a pizza and drank 2 beers! Roger HollisAir Force…

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