We ran because ... we ran. Because not running didn’t make any sense.
Once you dial into that sweet spot, running will never be the same.
The best part of being a runner at 64: there are still things left to do.
What mattered most wasn’t how I was doing the training it was that I was doing the training.
I’m a city kid. I believe in the grandeur of the manmade concrete and steel canyons. Yes, mountains are beautiful, but the gleam of the
Sometimes an Oreo is just an Oreo and it shouldn’t be so complicated.
It’s true for all my favorite gear. They are my old friends.
Sometimes it's just not that easy.
The only real measure of success is the feeling you get from knowing you did your best.
"I’ve always been filled with hope even when training doesn’t always go my way."