Monthly Archives: November 2011

Thankful

I hope all of my American friends had a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend and were able to spend time with family and/or friends. I have a lot for which I’m thankful, and I want to make sure I keep that in … Continue reading

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Jingle Bell Run/Walk 10K Recap

My wife and I made the trek to Bloomfield Hills for the 2011 Jingle Bell Run/Walk for Arthritis. There was a 5K run/walk, a 10K run, and a quarter-mile fun run for kids. We ran the 10K, which was two … Continue reading

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Upside Down

My legs have been a little sore since running the Iron Turkey races last weekend. It’s nothing major, but I’ve had some lingering tightness in one of my quads and a little soreness in my hamstrings. They didn’t hurt when … Continue reading

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Ann Arbor Turkey Trot Recap

We made the trek down to the Ann Arbor Turkey Trot Saturday – our first race(s) in almost six weeks. The Turkey Trot had separate 5K and 10K races, with the 10K starting about an hour after the 5K. It also had … Continue reading

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Ready to Race

I haven’t raced since the Brooksie Way Half Marathon in early October and realized that I’ve really missed racing during the last several weeks. I’ve been running regularly, doing speed work and tempo runs, going for long runs, running at different … Continue reading

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Seven Random Facts

Although I’ve been called “random” many times in my life, I’ve tried to keep my blog posts mostly related to running. However, Becki from The Middle Miles recently tagged me to write a post with seven random facts about myself, so … Continue reading

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