Monthly Archives: July 2010

THE Training Schedule

Alright, enough of the mushy stuff.  Back to business! I posted THE Marathon training schedule below in case anyone is curious and wants to keep tabs on the torture I’ll be subjecting my body to in the coming months.  It … Continue reading

Posted in Training | 2 Comments

What a difference a year makes.

It just hit me as I was posting my new PR and SF Half Marathon stats up on my bulletin board (for some daily inspiration) that I’ve been at this now for about a year.  I decided approximately a year … Continue reading

Posted in The Game of Life | 1 Comment

Ya Smell Me?

A quick note about this morning’s workout… I had a migraine yesterday which means two things: I didn’t get a run in and will have to double up workouts one day this week (probably today) I didn’t shower It’s the … Continue reading

Posted in The Game of Life, Training | 1 Comment

How many years was Al Capone locked up on Alcatraz?

5? 6 years I think. Sunday’s San Francisco Marathon was one most well organized races/events that I’ve had the pleasure of participating in.  Random trivia questions such as this one were posted to city lamp posts and street signs and … Continue reading

Posted in I Left my Heart in San Francisco, Races | 1 Comment

Operation Hydration!

Tomorrow I will run my 3rd Half Marathon!  The event is the SF Marathon and in addition to the full marathon, they offer a 5k and 2 half marathon options: either the 1st half of the marathon course or the … Continue reading

Posted in CSA, Races, The Chef's Menu | 1 Comment

Nice to Meet You!

I am a twenty-seven year old consultant, working in the healthcare industry and living in beautiful San Francisco, CA.  I have always been pretty active and played multiple sports growing up, however after college I was sucked into the “nine … Continue reading

Posted in Bloggy Blog, The Game of Life | Leave a comment