Tag Archive: health

A 45 Year Running Streak!

Mark Covert To End His 45 Year Running Streak This July by Patrick Reed I received an eye-catching email today from the folks over at The US Running Streak Association, an association to… Continue reading

What to wear…?!

What to Wear…?! by Patrick Reed “There is no ‘or’ in long distance running. To attempt is honor; to line up is victory.” Just 36 hours until the gun sounds – releasing us… Continue reading

What are you waiting for?

What are you waiting for? by Patrick Reed I’ll bet you are – like me – keeping an eye on the cars whisping by outside your front door — awaiting the good ole… Continue reading

Running & Racing

Running & Racing by Patrick Reed “Don’t you know that in a race, all the runners run, but only one gets the prize. Run in such a way as to get the prize.”… Continue reading

Running & Understanding

Running & Understanding by Patrick Reed You may be noticing a pattern in my recent posts. I am following the table of contents of George Sheehan’s Running & Being and writing a post… Continue reading

Running & Living

Running & Living by Patrick Reed Running is a part of my daily life. It has become a habit for me. My daughter, just today, asked me why I run every day —… Continue reading

The Runner: Stage 1

The Wheezer by Patrick Reed One of the most popular posts on the run5kaday blog has been my “4 Stages of Runners” outline. And I thought it would be fun to expand on… Continue reading

Running Through and Through

Day #65: Maybe I’ll just run right through my old shoes and eventually land on my bare feet… When I can see daylight, I’ll know I’m close. Holding my old Nike Air Pegasus’s… Continue reading

Redesigning Distance

Day #63: We work hard to craft great speed workouts, but neglect creating intentional distance courses I remember as a coach sitting down at the drawing board and creating speed workouts with great… Continue reading

Can’t Slow Down!

Day #62: Why Runners Train Too Fast It is a human trait – this constant need to put on a show. To present with a smile, to reply when asked “How are you?”:… Continue reading