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100 Mile and 100K Races: Getting it Done Apr 21st, 2016

Lets establish a logical approach to getting to the 100 mile run. Progression should be: 5K, 10K, Half Marathon, Full Marathon, 50K, 50 mile run, 100K then the big boy 100 mile run. I started running with my dad and mom in our neighborhood when I was little about age 8-10. At...

Surviving a 50 Mile Marathon Distance, Tips and Pearls Jul 7th, 2015

After my recent races at the Prairie Spirit Trail 50 miler in Ottawa Kansas in March 2015 and the Osage Hills Trail Marathon in June 2015, I wanted to share some tips on how I survived.  This post will talk about pre race nutrition, muscle strengthening exercises, training and about...

Kevin Durant Jones Fracture Oct 25th, 2014

Kevin Durant sustained a Jones fracture in his right foot and will likely miss the first month of the season. Sam Presti said no apparent injury caused this injury and that it happened over time. Kevin will likely miss the 6-8 weeks needed to recovery from this type of injury....

Marathon Training Fall 2014 Nov 13th, 2013

It's that time again...Williams Route 66 Marathon in Tulsa Oklahoma on November 22nd and 23rd. The Williams Route 66 Marathon is a Boston qualifying race, ran through the historic and scenic Tulsa area. Let's begin with the race last year. The conditions were the coldest I've ever ran in. It was 6...