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Running & Being: The Total Experience by George Sheehan
So inspiring... To get me back onto the road
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Eat and Run: My Unlikely Journey to Ultramarathon Greatness by Scott Jurek
His level is so stratospheric that it was a vicarious experience.
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Running: Fri, 27 Jul 2018 20:11:23: Really smooth and cool and easy
Really smooth and cool and easy. Walked hills and took rights and lefts at as many hills as I could but it was a fun time!
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Christening my new pair of Nike Pegasus running shoes
I know I should be running instead of writing about running but I was reinstalling run-tracking apps onto my Samsung Galaxy S8 Active and wanted to start with a fresh pair of running shoes since you can plug your runners into a couple of the apps and then when you track a run the apps will also track the mileage that you put onto your shoes.
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I've been doing the Cliff Young Ultra Shuffle
I just discovered Cliffy Young via Amazon Video today. At 61, he ran 500 miles from Sydney to Melbourne, Australia.
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Addicted
I just quit the gym. I am addicted to running. Running takes a long time, so I can only do one or the other, and the Washington Sports Club loses this battle. There is nothing like running, to be sure.
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Run, Chris! Run
As reported by Nicole Wilson, I started running again -- after ten years -- on Sep 24, 2002
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Run, Abraham, Run!
I have been running for about 45 minutes to an hour every morning for weeks now and every run is as fulfilling as the last.
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42-Minute-Run in 24-Degree-Weather
I didn't get to the gym tonight. I went last night. Instead of resting, I felt like a lump so at around 11:30pm I put on my running togs, pulled on a watch cap, stuck my MiniDisc player into one sock, my keys in another, stuck them onto my hands, and hit the road.
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Running Again
I spent my entire evening getting caught up on work at the office and then pulled myself off the workstation and sulked home. I was tired and felt worn out; although I was not fatigued. Before anything else, I pulled on my orange Saucony Jazz runners and some togs, stretched slowly, and then hit the pavement.
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