Monthly Archives: March 2011

Motivation

I’m frequently asked about how I stay motivated to run. I have to admit, at the beginning it’s tough. I was slow, heavier (therefore slower), and much more prone to being out of breath. In one sense, I was fortunate, … Continue reading

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Travel and running

Most people I know who spend some time travelling tell me that they don’t work out while they’re on the go. There just isn’t time. My approach wasn’t any different until I decided to overhaul my life while travelling the … Continue reading

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0 to 26.2 in three years

I’ve heard over and over again from friends and other non-runners that they’d love to do what I’m doing, but they’re “not a runner.” While a number of people have suffered physical injuries, others seem to see running as a … Continue reading

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Why I’m running.

So, if you’re here, you probably have some perverse interest in my training efforts for the Toronto Marathon. I’m theoretically running on behalf of tsunami and earthquake victims in Japan, though the red tape to do so is much more … Continue reading

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