Sunday, June 25, 2006
Friday, June 23, 2006
Thursday, June 22, 2006
Staying motivated can be one of the hardest parts of creating a career that really lights you up. It's not an overnight, push-button process. It takes time and effort for it to unfold, and it's really easy to stray off the path, especially if you're doing it alone (versus working with someone like me).
Taking a look at what motivates you and building that into your process can help. What motivates you? Is it competition? Is it somehow keeping score? Is it rewarding yourself for your efforts?
So what is your motivation to run? to run well?
Do you have a race in mind?
What is your short term goal?
What is your long term goal?
Tuesday, June 20, 2006
Thursday, June 15, 2006
I was fortunate to get close to the starting line and not have to deal with navigating my way through the thousands of runners on the course, just the hundreds ahead of me.
I dropped my time almost one minute over last year. I like that. It was a comfortable run in the crowd and dropping as much as I did was not expected. This bodes well for an attack on my 5K PR in some up coming races.
May the roads/trails be kind to you!
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Wednesday, June 14, 2006
This list will be updated every Friday evening. Please do not call or e-mail regarding your acceptance into the race. All runners who were not accepted have been notified.
Sunday, June 11, 2006
- Psychologically - good positive reinforcement to finish a run strong.
- Physiologically - helps to teach the body good effort (i.e. running strong) when it is tired.
Wednesday, June 07, 2006
Tuesday, June 06, 2006
Here I write about my running and provide advice on running, training, race preparations, helping one another achieve ...
It may seem funny but a lot of my writing is drafted while I am running, especially if I am running alone.
I like to follow the train of my thought, letting it take me almost like I let my feet take me...
There goes the trail ... follow me
Sunday, June 04, 2006
Joint Club Run #4
Originally uploaded by shersteve.
Some of the Wampanoag Road Runners and the Hopkinton Running Club joined with the Norfolk County Pacers today for a couple of runs through Franklin. Some started about 8:00 AM and did a 3 mile loop coming back to the starting point to pick up more runners for a 6.5 mile loop. The group spread out to find their own pace and had someone to run with as they went chatting along the way.
The weather was perfect for running, overcast, no rain (a little sprinkle as we finished wrapping up) and in the 50's.
Plenty of good conversations, training tips shared, and joint runs planned over coffee, Gatorade, bananas and bagels.
Friday, June 02, 2006
Running is a good thing, but of course, since you are here, you already know that.
Running for a cause like this is also a good thing to do.
Putting the two together is a great thing.
If you can contribute, it would be appreciated. The link is available on Trevor's page.
Have a great run Trevor!
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