You should probably read these posts first: Around the Lake 2012: Rookie Mistake Around the Lake 2013: Sophomore Mistake Sweltering Sumer 6 Hour: Lesson Learned The most recent qualifying times for the Boston Marathon are fairly strict. Thankfully, I qualified this … Read More
Bart Yasso (the guy that invented the Yasso 800’s that you run at track practice) came to run with us at Athleta. He shared his 40 plus years of running experience with us, including incredible stories of running and writing … Read More
Recently, I realized that I read a lot of code. A lot of code, and also many kinds of code. As an Architect, I use the building code: International Building Code, State Building Code, and other standards of similar nature, … Read More
The Sweltering Summer Six-Hour is an odd race. It’s a timed ultra-marathon, in which runners are allowed 6 hours to run as far as they can. Those that run the furthest in that time, win. These are the same basic rules … Read More
I ran the Around the Lake Marathon again this year. Again, I made a crucial mistake. Leading up to this race, and with all I learned at the race last year, I had a determined mindset. I thought, in a … Read More
Boom, new computer has ARRIVED! Six 2.4 GHz dual-core and two ATI Radeon HD’s of pure joy. I’ve already ripped apart my external hard drive to integrate it. Some digital greatness to come.
The BAA 10 was great this year. The atmosphere was notably charged, this being the first BAA event after the marathon. I ran a really good race because I ran a smart race. It was great to see everyone, all … Read More
I went for a long run from Hopkinton (yes), and happened upon the last leg of the nation-wide OneRun for Boston. When I started my run around 9:30pm, the runners carrying the baton had just past the marathon starting line, and … Read More