Monthly Archive: June, 2013

The Golden Hour

The Golden Hour by Patrick Reed Often it is the case these evening afternoons that I look up from the dinner table across the lake to the broad mountains which grace us here… Continue reading

Off the Grid – not by choice

Off the Grid by Patrick Reed Last night, I wondered if it was just me or something else when all of the lights in our house began to dim. Either a pall of… Continue reading

If at first, you don’t succeed…

Try, Try Again! by Patrick Reed “Is this just what big distance training looks like — pressing through perceived limitations and real physical limits to find wind after wind of extra grit?” When… Continue reading

Coming soon – a new ebook!

The Runner’s Connection – new ebook by Patrick Reed coming soon! All the running stuff you want to know – in one place! From the best websites to the best running apps for… Continue reading

Teaming

Teaming by Patrick Reed Training in groups or solo – a reflection on with whom to train  “It stands true that my most trusted and reliable training partners are the shoes I choose… Continue reading

Runner’s Palette

Runner’s Palette – the ingredients of a robust and exciting training plan by Patrick Reed A couple of posts ago, we explored the inevitable distance running distraction known as running “stale.” In such… Continue reading

Episode 37 – Rob Krar, Holly Rush, Ellie Greenwood, Nick Clark

Originally posted on iancorless.com – Photography, Writing, Talk Ultra Podcast:
Episode 37 of Talk Ultra: Rob Krar talks to us about his running history, hiw incredible Rim-to-Rim-to-Rim run and what his expectations…

Stuck in Stale

Stuck in Stale by Patrick Reed For a few months now, I have been advocating – and have been being advised – that the way to distance-running longevity and success is long slow… Continue reading

Pass Me By

Pass Me By – A Story of Pride and Pettiness by Patrick Reed It marks my character. It repels the carefree. It pervades chambers of power. And turns off ladies of sincerity. Pride.… Continue reading

Map My Fun

Map My Fun by Patrick Reed Designing and striving to complete ultra-challenging workouts can be fun and inspiring This past Friday, I eeked out 4 hours of our family’s schedule for myself and… Continue reading