Love the smaller size of this GPS watch vs. my old Garmin 205.
O’Hare International Airport inspiring a new running shoe design. http://www.businessweek.com/magazine/the-greatest-running-shoe-never-sold-01122012.html
The New Evolution Diet: What Our Paleolithic Ancestors Can Teach Us about Weight Loss, Fitness, and Aging
The New Evolution Diet: What Our Paleolithic Ancestors Can Teach Us about Weight Loss, Fitness, and Aging My friend,Sean S., led me to Art De Vany’s blog a few years ago. He came out with a book last December. A surprising addition to the central theme of the book is the afterword written by Nasim … Continue reading
I love running in the fresh air after a summer rain storm. Something I experienced all the time in Palatine and Miami. I’m thankful for having the rare opportunity to have that same experience this evening in Mountain View.
Happy to see Nike+ is now showing mile splits.
Ran 4.2 miles yesterday and 4.5 miles today. Calibrated Nike+ Band yesterday for accuracy. At a total of only 80 miles for the year so far, I have a lot of mileage to make up. I’m walking 1/8 of a mile before I run, running in the more cushioned Nike+ Air Max Moto 7, and … Continue reading
Ran with Skylon shoes with SOLE Thin Sport insoles yesterday for 30 minutes yesterday and I had no pain in my left arch. I seem to be fine this morning too. There was some tightness, but no pain. I’ve been trying to wear shoes with more support indoors and outdoors, and that seemed to help … Continue reading
My New Year’s Resolution was to run 10 miles a week or 500 miles in a year. Now I have plantar fascitis on my left foot due to too much mileage too fast. I can’t believe I’m injured due to 10 miles a week of running. The last time I had this injury was back … Continue reading
Coming up on the half-mile mark of A’s one mile race yesterday, both J and I noticed this girl in front of A who kept cutting her off every time A tried to pass her. I saw it happen 2 or 3 times where this girl would look over her shoulder as A came up … Continue reading
I ran the Hetch Hetchy and Stevens Creek Trail today after work. I felt a bit sluggish at the beginning, but I loosened up after a mile. The breeze blowing against me on the way out was refreshing, but my feet started to hurt on the way back, and I walked/ran the last half mile. … Continue reading