I probably wrote about this before. Last two years have been both ups and downs. The first year of course I set all the personal bests and it felt great.
I normally follow my training plan religiously, actually I am way more devoted to my running than anything, but today I deviated from the plan. The plan
I was so tired the other day after finishing the long run, I was afraid my blog entry would be incoherent. That was one amazing day. I only focused on
Haphazardly going through life today not really not knowing what to expect the next moment.
I was going to do a hike up Sugarloaf mountain
There is a lurking fear inside that I might not able to do it. I set a goal to do a 50 miler next November. The first step of the plan is to run a 50k
Yes, most of bucket list items are feasible, like going to a Redskins game is completely doable (never been to one, and I don’t think I ever watch a game
Couple days ago I put down in writing of the things I want to do in order to have what I think is a satisfying life. When I was younger, it wasn’t as
When I post something on Facebook, I bound to get likes and thumb-ups from somebody.
What is the chance I will remain healthy for the next ten years that I can do 5 marathons every year?
I was thinking how to able to do a marathon in
I know perfectly well why I do things like running a marathon or backpacking over the weekend. People around me think I am suffering when I am really