Tag Archives: Running

Rotation – Is this how Triathletes do this?

How do triathletes train? This flummoxes me when I think about it. Cross training and adding a little bit here and there is all I’ve done. Someday, I may consider getting an official coaching plan for a triathlon and seeing … Continue reading

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Training For?

Goals…. Hmmm… I have not really set any goals for anything since I’ve got the shingles. This is a bit weird for me. It’s far from my normal. While some competitions dance in front of my eyes – the Tri … Continue reading

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Motivation and Four Types of Fatigue

Someone asked me a question about motivation today, and frankly, I have a unique experience with motivation and loosing all motivation only to carry on in some sort of empty way. The daily work of acquiring and spending motivation is … Continue reading

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Twister, a Swimming Pool, and Prayer

Put your hand here, balance there, take one foot into the air… One of the profoundly honest things that I encountered in “Do Your Om Thing” is the concept of physical prayer. When you twist into a pretzel, there is … Continue reading

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Adrift… Continued Reflections on Shingles

The last thing I expected nearly two months ago when diagnosed with shingles was to still have it two months later. But here we are… Sure, I read the reports that the pain and the fatigue can last for up … Continue reading

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Santa Fe Follow Up

To finish up my thoughts on Santa Fe, I have to say in general I really liked the place. It is refreshing to know that there is a city in the US that doesn’t have over a million people but still manages … Continue reading

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Aatalya and Picachoo Peaks – Running Up Hill

Our first full day in Santa Fe – a city with a notable altitude, and I desperately wanted to hit the trail. How could I not? This place is described as a trail runner’s paradise with nearly invariable good weather … Continue reading

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