Category: running books

Epic

If you like this blog, you might enjoy my book: Quiet The Noise The word “epic” might be the most overused adjective in the world of endurance sports.  Seems like if someone completes a 5k and there was a hill with some pebbles on it that is sufficient to use the term “epic”!  Back in the […]

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How Are You?

   If you enjoy this Blog, you might like my recently published book: Quiet The Noise: A Trail Runner’s Path To Hearing God One of my more consistent, and possibly more annoying habits is when people ask me how I am doing, I almost always answer…….. “I am fantastic!!”  or, possibly “I’m GREAT!!!!” Even at […]

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“Tabula Rasa”

*** If you like this Blog Posting, you might enjoy my book:  “Quiet the Noise: A Trail Runner’s Path to Hearing God” “Tabula Rasa” Those of you that took Psychology 101 in college will recognize the Latin phrase “Tabula Rasa’.  This is Latin for “Blank Slate” or, more accurately; “scraped tablet”.  This phrase refers to […]

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Hiking Essentials!

*if you like this blog, you might enjoy my book:“Quiet the Noise: A Trail Runner’s Path To Hearing God” If you have done any trail running, especially in the mountains and especially if the distance is long — you will realize that a portion (sometimes a large portion) of the run is really a “fast […]

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The Joy of Racing

*note* This picture is not my son, or anyone I know, just a cute shot of little kids blasting it out in my old favorite sport – motocross!  I would imagine behind that helmet and goggles is a smiling face!!! *if you like this blog, you might enjoy my book:“Quiet the Noise: A Trail Runner’s […]

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Near Perfection

  *if you like this blog, you might enjoy my book:“Quiet the Noise: A Trail Runner’s Path To Hearing God” Near Perfection 6 weeks before my first ever “stage” race in 2013, I decided my injuries were healed enough to give my legs, feet and most importantly, my spirit, a test.  A running buddy – […]

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