Monthly Archives: September 2011

The Week in Review (A little late)

Last week was a little better in terms of consistency from the week before: Monday: 6.5 miles (with a few threshold pace miles catching up to the varsity boys) Tuesday: 3 miles easy Wednesday: 5 miles easy Thursday: Off Friday: … Continue reading

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PR Bars

Recently, I had the opportunity to try PR bars, part of the Fastburn nutrition system. The idea behind the Fastburn nutrition program is to enhance your body’s natural ability to burn body fat while maintaining or increasing lean body mass. … Continue reading

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The Do Nothing Vacation

I recently came across a great post on the Lonely Planet blog called “How to Plan a do-nothing” vacation. Although I’m a budding quasi-provider of “do something” vacations, I have to say the post sounded quite appealing. I was especially fond of tip #4 – what to bring…at least 4 of the following components… Continue reading

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Wake Up Call

On Friday night, I ran 12 miles with Sandy, who I’m training for the Disney Wine & Dine half marathon in two weeks. We wanted to get a nighttime long run in because it’s a nighttime race. When I run … Continue reading

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Hosting #FitBlog Chat Tonight

I just thought I’d drop a quick note to let you all know that I’ll be hosting the #FitBlog chat tonight at 9 PM ET. #FitBlog chats happen via twitter and focus on staying healthy, blogging and blogging about staying … Continue reading

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Saucony Hattori

As a Saucony ProGrid Kinvara groupie (I did actually sleep with my Kinvaras during the Florida Keys Ragnar Relay), I was quite excited when the Hattori was released. The Hattori is Saucony’s most minimalist shoe and an answer to Vibram’s … Continue reading

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