Last Saturday, I ran to remember victims and support families of the Sandy Hook shootings in Newtown. What started as a simple text message (from our Ironman coach, Robbie Bruce) to get 26 people to run 26 miles in honor
It has been a rough week for several reasons, but I finally feel like I’m back in the groove after running “The Nasty” (route 12 of the East Nasty Running Club circuit) last night. It never ceases to amaze me
Before East Nasty floods the streets on Wednesday runs, Mark Miller stands before us offering sage advice, group events, and a list of great things the running club is doing for local schools and charities. I’m not sure why, but
I weaved through fancy running machines at the Margaret Maddox YMCA with my eye out for flowing silver hair. It was the coldest night of the season and Jim said he wanted to run 8 miles on the treadmill. Eight
One of my biggest concerns about Ironman Wisconsin training is getting my ass out of bed. I am “Notorious BIG” for sleeping in. I would rather workout at 10 pm than than get up at 5 to jump in anything
I am having a dilemma over what to write. I mean, I started this blog to track my journey to Ironman Wisconsin, but does that mean it has to be a snorefest? I didn’t think so. I’m not sure how
These are shots from the Rocket City Marathon. Many are East Nasties from Nashville. See my official stories in the posts below this one.