Monthly Archives: August 2005

3 times a charm

woah, a 3rd post for the day! Today was a rest day, so it worked out that I ran yesterday and took today as the rest day. I was able to go to the bank and also went to Cool … Continue reading

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7 months and counting

I just got back from the 10 o’clock press conference for the Knoxville, errr I mean “Covenant Health Knoxville Marathon” which will be taking place on March 26th of 2006. The conference only last about 20 minutes and included the … Continue reading

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From Rest to Speed

Yesterday's workout was a strange beast. I originally was going to take yesterday as a rest day, but as it turned out, I forgot my money at home so I couldn't go to lunch with the guys. So instead, I … Continue reading

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Signs

Don't you have one of those days where you get signs about what you should do, which often is not what you want to do? Today was ones of those days. Apparently, I was not to have a strenuous workout … Continue reading

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M-T

Monday and today (Tuesday) workouts: Monday A run day, a short one at that. I planned to only go 3 miles since I wasn't sure if the heat was going to get to me. It was hot but not very … Continue reading

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Scholar's Run 5k Race Report

Background: The Scholar's Run is a long standing (29th annual)local 5k race which is used to fund scholarships for 4 local runners for college. It is the sencond leg of the Ruby Tuesday's (HQ in Maryville, TN) Triple Crown of … Continue reading

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A Fish Named Terry

I had a good time at the pool today. I did a semi-time trial for the 800 meter distance, in that I went as fast as I could while doing the entire 800 meters (actually 822) and I took split … Continue reading

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