Monthly Archives: March 2015

April is the cruel and fickle month

Those of us who run and ride know better than anyone how cruel and fickle the month of April can be. Even on a given run or ride it is possible to experience all four seasons in the space of an hour. Continue reading

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Getting checked from the inside out

For a variety of reasons having to do with caregiving for a wife with cancer the last eight years, some of my own health monitoring took a back seat, so to speak. So it is high time to get the … Continue reading

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Find out what happens when you Google Goggles (for swim and otherwise…)

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It’s hard to tell conspiracy theories from the truth in athletics, and more

Back when Lance Armstrong was riding away from the other doping cyclists, rumors and conspiracies about doping were rampant. Fans wanted to believe the sport was clean. People wanted the Legend of Lance to be true. Cancer victim comes back to … Continue reading

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Why my kids aren’t running clones of me

One of the vows I made upon becoming a parent was that I would not force my children into liking or doing everything I did. At least I tried to meet that vow. Sure, I dragged them afield for nature … Continue reading

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6 rules to live by with cycling communication

As a cyclist for more than a decade, it has been a challenge and a joy to figure out how to ride better. There have been years when everything seemed to flow. My quads bulged. My lungs thrived. My head … Continue reading

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Let’s hear it for the parents

Over the last few months I’ve been going through layers of family history. Finally getting to the bottom of some of the deep stacks of stuff one builds up through years of marriage. All of us need to do this … Continue reading

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Just a few ways that Strava can make you crazy

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On becoming a better runner, achieving it, and on we go

Scott Fink-Finowicki is a young man who works in sales and is returning to running after a period away from the sport due to injury and getting started in his career. It’s been an interesting return to the sport, because … Continue reading

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A true and compelling story about sharing lanes in swimming

By Monte Wehrkamp TODAY’S BLOG is provided by my long time friend and fellow write Monte Wehrkamp. It was written in response to yesterday’s We Run and Ride blog on sharing swimming lanes. I loved the directness of this true … Continue reading

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