Dec 26, 2008
This episode is a review of the leap year 2008, MMVIII of the Gregorian calendar, Anno Domini of the Common Era.
Like any other year, 2008 had it’s accomplishments and failures, its successes and disasters, it’s good moments and instances of sadness and terror. We lived through it all and each in our own way did...
Dec 19, 2008
This week your goofy little host goes “off the deep end” again with a podcast filled with critical thinking, loud enunciation and a very un-holiday-like disposition.
This episode is a statement of my opinion.
Not all will agree with that opinion, and all are invited to consider and challenge what I have to say...
Dec 12, 2008
Ted Corbitt was without a doubt the “father of long distance
running”. He was a pioneer in ultramarathons and a big part
of the running revolution of the 1960’s and 70’s. He was once
called “a spiritual elder of the modern running clan".
We will remember him in many ways: as the quiet guy in the background...
Dec 5, 2008
In this episode I run the 20th Annual Whiten Five Thanksgiving Day Road Race in Whitensville, Massachusetts; a village in Northbridge. It wasn’t my fastest five miler, but I had fun running it never the less. I came to celebrate the holiday of Thanksgiving, to enjoy the morning with fellow runners, to...
Nov 28, 2008
Running clubs are local organizations that you can join to gain the support of fellow runners as a way to motivate, inspire, invigorate and improve your performance on the road. But for all the great benefits that joining a running club will give you, there’s something else you should consider in deciding whether...