Monthly Archives: June 2007

Far: A long, long way to run

I was surprised to wake up at 8:30 this morning, my legs ready to do some running. I headed over to the Pinellas Trail for my first “long run” of 6 miles. The route starts at 22nd Ave.  I park … Continue reading

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The Single Leg Deadlift

Today was a cross training day and I used it for a little strength training.  One of my new favorite exercises is the single leg deadlift.  I actually found a very educational video about it on YouTube, but it unfortunatly … Continue reading

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Who the heck is M.H. Alderson?

The great M.H. Alderson once said, “If at first you don’t succeed, you are running about average.” The trouble is that I don’t know who the heck M.H. Alderson is/was, so my description of him/her as a great person should … Continue reading

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Sesame Crusted Flounder in Citrus Sauce

I tried out a new fish recipe last night.  Basically, I modifed a recipe I found at foodfit.com: Ingredients 4 Flounder fillets Salt Pepper Sesame Seeds Olive Oil 1/2 Cup Orange Juice 1/4 Cup Lemon Juice Directions 1)  Season the … Continue reading

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The Plan

Although I have until September to start my “official” marathon training, I’ve decided to follow the “Finish with FIRST” marathon training program developed at the Furman Institute of Running and Scientific Training.  All FIRST programs center around completing three key … Continue reading

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The story so far…

Some say that the difference between a jogger and a runner is an entry form.  If that is the case, then I am a runner.  Compared to the average person, I’m in pretty good shape.  Compared to the average runner, … Continue reading

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