Two-hour flight, seven-mile walk.
Up at 3:30am.
Drive to airport at 5am.
Arrive Baltimore 8:45am.
We walked at least seven miles back and forth between hotel and campus.
It’s safe to add another three miles for the airport walking.
A decent compromise from the typical Friday 25-mile bike ride.
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Today will be a good day to run. It’s Wednesday.
Running is done on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Resting is done Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays.
Next race – a Track Meet – is May 30, six weeks from now.
A day in the life of a professional speaker…
Awaken in a hotel room I’ll never see again, totally aware it’s below freezing outside.
Bathroom. Pray. Make some coffee. Check emails. Read. Protein bar.
Dress for outdoor run.
We’ve covered mental and physical, now scoot over to emotional (spiritual), click go.
Camp Rainey Mountain, July 2012…
Left a marker, just in case. Better safe than sorry…
Trail running apparently is a spectator sport…
Yes, definitely a spectator sport…
Waiting for sunrise to go for a run. When is the absolute best time to exercise? Asking this question suggests that the asker is missing the point. There is no one best time.
Confined to a Scout camp for eight days, time to exercise was different each day. In some cases, it didn’t even feel or look like traditional exercise.