The problem with thinking of life as a marathon is that we’re literally running to our deathbeds. I’m just trying to get to next week. A better life metaphor is a series of sprints.For Better Results, Treat your Life Like a Series of Sprints Read More
How much of our lives are spent running?
While running and hard sprints get all the glory, success is often found elsewhere.Walking: The Key to Everyday Progress Read More
Running into the 103-degree inferno, something inside me finally snapped.
I’m an advocate for consistency, but sometimes, you need to be unreasonable.Be Unreasonable for Unreasonable Results Read More
Clear eyes, full hearts, can’t lose. In the TV series, Friday Night Lights, Coach Taylor’s team yelled that before each game. Tonight, the slogan was mine.Clear Eyes, Full Hearts, Can’t Lose Read More
Weeks away from selling my home of the the last decade. I dreamed of running from my front door to the ocean. This felt like a now-or-never moment.Home to Ocean (H2O) Run for the Memory Read More
I did it. I completed the impossible. I ran 314 miles across Tennessee in the middle of July. What about you — could you do it? I didn’t think so …Not a Runner? For these 7 Reasons, You Should Be Read More
I signed up for Azalea Park in July immediately following my failure at Vol State (DNF’d at mile 153 with a knee issue). Having attributed that failure largely to a …Inaugural Azalea Park 12/24 Hour Race, 22-23 November 2014: “In the Valleys I Grow.” Read More
To any interested readers, I apologize for being very verbose and taking so long to describe my 314 voyage across Tennessee, but I still remember it so vividly as every …Vol-State 2013 Read More