I am in no way squished like a grape (yet), and though this quest may ultimately end up squishing me like a vat of grapes and turning me into wine, I am more excited than ever
Our hero is going to the gym to get one step closer to a 4 minute mile
Our runner and his son set out to train for a 4 minute mile
Training for the 4 Minute Mile, could a leg injury slow our runner? Maybe a potential running partner will help.
The 4 Minute Mile movie provided some direction. Sprinting on an indoor track helped me push forward.
Apparently, 3.5 hours of sleep + no lunch = not a ton of energy for running.
The Royals and Mets provided some incredible drama throughout the World Series. Game 5 in New York was no different.
On Halloween night, in the wind and the cold, baseball fans in New York kept warm and cheered bold. Their heroes of the game swinging with might, trying to even the score and avoid elimination game fright.
“To quote Running Times magazine: ‘Sixty years after Roger Bannister first broke 4 minute mile, the barrier remains a landmark achievement for runners.’ GO FOR IT…”—email from my Dad.
A Major League Debut? Some “chin music” to start the game? The Captain and Grandyman Going Deep? These Questions – and many others – were answered in Game 3 of the World Series!
View image | gettyimages.com “Your Brandeis “lacrosse” shorts are ideal for running. However, since you are a professional runner (the 4-minute mile) I can see that you need “special” shorts.”—My dad, in an email response to my post about needing new shorts (I find his use of quotation marks funny because the shorts literally say…
View image | gettyimages.com After a back-and-forth opener of The Series, Game 2 was more of a one-sided affair. ____ With KC playing host again for Game 2, the Royals’ bats kept the home team fans on their feet. With ten total hits — compared to the Mets, who only had two hits from Lucas…
View image | gettyimages.com Game 1 of the World Series had it all: Drama, intrigue, excitement… even a power outage! __ Home Runs, both inside-the-park and over the wall, followed by errors, 22 total Strike Outs recorded, some bottom of the 9th heroics and a 5-hour game made for an “instant classic.” Here’s a recap…
View image | gettyimages.com “What do you think your biggest problems will be?”—My friend Bill “My body and my general lack of speed.”—Me __ Last Friday I received an email from the coach to whom I reached out. He wrote “I’ll help if I can but I’m not sure what you’re really looking for…
Are you ready for another Rocking’ Rocktober? Well, baseball’s annual championship series starts anew, with New York visiting Kansas City for Game 1 and 2.
“If you make any money from these articles, how much do I get for providing you with quotable lines? I think 50% is fair.”—My dad