The destination for the thoughts that pass through my head while on the run.
This site is very much a work in progress, but figured I'd get my thoughts out and fix as I go along.
I'm taking a slightly different approach to determining my goal pace for my next marathon.
Even-to-negative split pacing is the recommended race strategy. How do you determine whether you can pull one off?
Progressing your pace at MAF is a slow and steady process. Sometimes it's easy to forget that.
Everyone knows how to run, and most people use running as their go-to cardio exercise. I add my thoughts about why understanding MAF can really help people stay on their running journey.
If I really believe in the MAF method, I'd better put my money where my mouth is.
This is the beginning of what will certainly be many posts regarding the method developed by Dr. Maffetone in which I apply my personal experience to its utilization.
A (surprisingly long) recap of my quest to qualify for the Boston Marathon at the Skagit Flats 2015 Marathon.
When it comes to diet and exercise, what's really at the end of the rainbow for you?
I have completed 30 marathons, with a personal best of 3:00:24. My target goal is to complete 50 by age 50.