Last night I posted a video on Dailymile.com celebrating my finishing of a challenge put forth by a fellow runner. Michelle (@bklynrunner on Twitter) was shooting to reach a goal of 1000 miles for the year, and that goal hopefully was reached today. In the past 24 hours, the support shown by fellow runners for […]
The beauty of the blogosphere is that you constantly learn about new things from fellow bloggers. I was just checking out a new running blog called Pace of Conrad by fellow BrooksID runner Ryan Conrad and I saw his post on the new movie ATHLETE, which is set to be released to DVD in March […]
Just came across a link to the movie below on Twitter (thanks @bklynrunner!) – haven’t seen it yet, but it looks inspirational! Check he links at the bottom for more info – screening times and locations can be found at the My Run movie website. MY RUN (Official Trailer) – Inspirational from Tim VandeSteeg on […]
I received an e-mail from a representative of the Fresh Air Fund asking me to post the below opportunity to run the NYC Half-Marathon on March 21st as a Fresh-Air Fund-Racer! Here are the details courtesy of the Fresh Air Fund: The Fresh Air Fund is looking for runners and sponsors to join their Fresh […]
Running through the winter in New Hampshire naturally means that I have to deal with snow and ice – there’s really no alternative aside from toiling away inside on the treadmill. Until this year, I’ve simply avoided running in nasty conditions, but even on good days the sidewalks in my area usually have a layer […]
The second Runblogger Runcast takes me on a 6.1 mile jaunt along a country road in my Vibram Fivefingers – in this episode I share some winter scenery as well as assorted thoughts on running in the Vibrams. Enjoy, and let me know what you think! Runblogger Runcast #2 – Winter Running in Vibram Fivefingers […]
I’ve gotten a lot of questions lately about how well the Vibram Fivefingers handle in the cold winter weather. I’ll have much more to say about this in an upcoming videocast, but for now, the pictures below ought to answer that question well enough – sub-10 degree temperatures = no problem for my KSO’s!