Monthly Archives: March 2007

Crazy Kemah Bridge Runners

Bob Linza started the Seabrook Lucky Trails Marathon. And it seems to have taken off pretty well. Then, do you remember when Bob ran 14 loops for more than a full marathon distance on the Kemah Bridge? All by himself, … Continue reading

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Hoboes!

I ordered a custom drawn Hobo for my friend a few days ago. There’s a cartoonist named Adam Koford, from Hobotopia, who will draw a hobo special for you. They seem to be turning out really good, I can’t wait … Continue reading

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Are you following me?

There’s a lot to catch up on. A lot I haven’t blogged. I’ve been busy with the Seabrook Marathon website, which should be less active for a while now that all the results are up, and all the pictures are … Continue reading

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I like this picture

Strength training in rats. There are bundles of dried spaghetti the rats can reach for and break. They can break more and more after several weeks of training. No other reason to post it, but I like the picture. While … Continue reading

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Pictures from the Seabrook Marathon

This was 10 minutes or so before the start of the Half Marathon on Saturday. Can you tell who will win? JD and Jaclyn finishing the half marathon. “That medal better be as big as my head!” — Sarah I … Continue reading

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Marathon! This Weekend!

Run, Walk, Cheer, Volunteer. Follow the rabbit for all the info.

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Update.

Ankle’s okay. 9.25 miles on Saturday. Got to run with my long lost running partner who’s been out with some injuries. All is well. Hope this post wasn’t too unsatisfying. But aren’t you glad to hear that I’m doing okay? … Continue reading

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Rolled my ankle.

Gosh, this week has flown by without much posting.I ran on Monday night, one lap around Memorial. Then I ran again on Wednesday, but only one mile before I stepped on a rock and rolled my ankle. It was really … Continue reading

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FYI: Seabrook Marathon almost full…

FYI: The Seabrook Marathon is 95% full for Sunday’s races, and 78% full for the Half Marathon on Saturday. 48 people are running both days, including our very own JD, Christy, and Sarah. If your on the fence, you might … Continue reading

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Dietary Analysis

In an effort to improve my running performance through an improvement in my overall health, I made an effort to first analyze the current state of my diet. As you can see from the flowchart below, it is already pretty … Continue reading

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