Archive for September, 2009


I followed up a quick blow out on the bike (6 miles in 17:57) with another run on the soccer fields at the PAAC. Started with two easy miles (7:52, 7:37) and then ran a couple of miles where I jogged the length of a soccer pitch and “sprinted” the widths (7:15, 7:00). Finished off […]

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The newest addition to the Newton family offers intelligent control for all foot types. The Sir & Lady Isaac is a neutral guidance trainer designed for runners committed to improving their running form to the more efficient midfoot/forefoot running style. I managed to get a sneak preview of “The Isaac” at the Newton Running booth […]

Another Week Without A Post

Slacking again, I know, so here’s a quick recap of the past seven days: 9/22 – challenging indoor bike ride. Decided to do the Spinervals Time Trial Special, which is a pretty intense workout designed to increase your anaerobic threshold. From what I can remember, the workout went something like this: Warm up 3 x […]

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Just a quick reminder that September is Book and DVD month at both the Norfolk and Virginia Beach Running Etc. stores, which means you only have 8 days left to take advantage of their 20% off all running, triathlon and injury prevention books and DVD’s special offer. By the way, if you’re taking part, or […]

Ride, Run, Ride

My first “two runs in two days” since the beginning the comeback and yet another test on the road to recovery. Rather than drive the couple of miles to the PAAC (Princess Anne Athletic Complex), I hopped on my mountain bike, took a slight detour and used the three miles as a gentle warm-up for […]