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  1. Dumbo Double Dare Training - Week Nine

    Ping. Buzz. Ping. Ping. Ping. Even over the noise of thousands of runners, the unmistakable sound of interval timing devices could be heard during the Rock n Roll Seattle Half Marathon last Saturday. As evidenced by the number of users in the crowd, Jeff Galloway hit on the right idea when he introduced his run/walk/run program.

    And itís so easy. You go and buy a timer, set it for your interval cadence, and head out on the road. Couldnít be easier, right? But as I was reminded time ...

    Updated 06-23-2014 at 02:47 PM by RunningFool

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  2. Dumbo Double Dare Training - Week Seven

    SAN ANTONIO -- It wasnít a restful night of recovery for LeBron James following his bodyís betrayal on his sportís biggest stage. James had over two bags of fluids pumped into his body after Game 1 of the NBA Finals, and that doesnít count all the salt tablets and potassium pills and sports drinks and recovery concoctions that he consumed following the 110-95 loss. All that stuff had to go somewhere, so James was up all night walking back and forth from his hotel roomís bed to his hotel roomís bathroom. ...
  3. Dumbo Double Dare Training - Week Six

    "Being an athlete is a state of mind which is not bound by age, performance or place in the running pack." Jeff Galloway, Galloway's Book on Running

    If you are following this blog and are working through Jeff Galloway's training program with me, you will note that this is the first "Magic Mile" (MM) week. Instead of me trying to muddle my way through an explanation, I've provided Jeff's description of a MM so you know exactly how to add a one to your weekend workout. ...
  4. Dumbo Double Dare Training - Week Three

    "Even if there were two of me, I still couldn't do all that has to be done. No matter what, though, I keep up my running. Running every day is a kind of lifeline for me, so I'm not going to lay off or quit just because Iím busy. If I used being busy as an excuse not to run, I'd never run again. I have only a few reasons to keep on running, and a truckload of them to quit. All I can do is keep those few reasons nicely polished." - Haruki Murakami, What I Talk About When I Talk About Running ...
  5. Dumbo Double Dare Training - Week Two

    "Running is a road to self-awareness and reliance-you can push yourself to extremes and learn the harsh reality of your physical and mental limitations or coast quietly down a solitary path watching the earth spin beneath your feet." - Doris Brown Heritage, First woman to run sub 5-minute indoor mile

    I have a confession to make. Iím a spreadsheet-aholic. Yup, Iím hooked on creating spreadsheets to track a variety of information. How many air miles Iíve flown (itís over a ...
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