Tag Archive: perseverance

Either You Run the Day…

“Either You Run the Day, Or the Day Runs You.”                                              … Continue reading

“Dressed to Compress”

“Dressed to Compress” by Patrick Reed Looks like my blog posts are mimicking my running efforts once again. Yeah – I am battling injury on the roads and trails… It is only fitting… Continue reading

“Unbroken” – a book review about the great Louis Zamperini

“Unbroken” by Laura Hillenbrand A book review by Patrick Reed I had just finished my second screening of my daughters’ favorite new movie – “Frozen” – when a friend held up the book… Continue reading

The Will to Win

Hello running world! It has been far too many weeks since I have written a new article for my blog — but I Am Back! After all, what better time to resolve again… Continue reading

Running: Cheap or Costly?

Running: Cheap or Costly? by Patrick Reed How much does running cost you? I don’t mean in terms of dollars and cents. For certain, ours is an inexpensive sport when it comes to… Continue reading

Either You Run the Day…

“Either You Run the Day, Or the Day Runs You.”                                              … Continue reading

How I Love to Run

These days, my running isn’t going so well. I leave the house with a fear that I may get only feet from my door before a muscle cramp will cripple me for another… Continue reading

196 Days and Counting…

196 Days and Counting by Patrick Reed Today, July 15th, 2013, marks the running of the Badwater 135 Ultramarathon. It also marks day 196 of this year’s running streak for me and others… 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

The Passionate Runner

The Passionate Runner by Patrick Reed Why do some of us pound the pavement and waltz the trails first thing in the morning or at the first moment’s free time, while others languish… Continue reading