I've been running outside all winter for a couple of years. Traction devices help get me through.
I hate the treadmill with the white hot passion of a thousand suns. And before I was informed about running outside in the winter safely, I would slog along on the dreadmill for countless boring miles each winter. Continue reading
Just before the halfway point, Sue (right) and I are having a blast and running strong. (2011)
In January 0f 2011, I ran my first half marathon… on a cold and windy day… in Chicago. And I loved every minute of it.
It was the race’s 2nd annual running, and I immediately became a fan of the race that’s known as F^3 (or, F***ing Freezing Frozen Lake Half Marathon). Continue reading
Two reasons to celebrate: 1. Chocolate. 2. I made it to the finish, narrowly missing another running injury.
I had high hopes for Kirsten Ankenbrand’s first run. Her first race was the Hot Chocolate 5K — a short one, because, well, she’s a new runner and the maiden version of herself was still working back up in mileage after May’s injury. Continue reading
A map of the Austin Half Marathon course.
My good friend Kristel and I decided last September that we were going to run the Austin Half Marathon on Feb. 20.
That’s now tomorrow. Continue reading