1. Cool short about the TaraweraUltramarathon (100K in New Zealand)
2. Too late for the giveaway, but looks like a great read
3. I KNEW this race felt long!
4. Only related to running in the sense that I love it after a race, But “PRINT ME A PIZZA!”
5. She won the Lincoln (Neb) Marathon—8 days AFTER winning the Illinois Marathon!
Run like you’re late!
(I’m building this post as my sons argue and aggravate each other so if the links have a negative tone or focus on adoption agencies and military schools, you now know why)
1. The fast get faster
2. Deena Kastor added to US team competing in marathon world championships
3. An endorsement of the Hanson Marathon Method, which I,m playing around with this summer
4. When athletic shoes cause injury
5. A q&a with Scott Dunlap, a runner I’ve grown to admire
2. Well done BAA. Well done. (make the entry fee LOW, please. These runners deserve it)
3. Bikes? We ain’t got no bikes. We don’t need no bikes. This woman plans to RUN the Tour de France route! (If you have yet to see The Treasure of the Sierra Madre then shame on you! One of the best films ever)
4. Really nice FREE running tips download from Jason Fitzgerald of Strength Running.
5. This is NO relation to fitness or endurance sports at all. But I couldn’t help including it.
FRIDAY BONUS: Close the door when you are, umm, busy… (Keep eyes on the bathroom…)
Run like Maude!
Five for Wednesday:
1. Reunited…and it feels so good
2. Price per mile for some big name races. No surprise–Disney tops the list (Thanks, Mickey Miles!)
3. Two tests for hip strength and flexibility
4. Arm swing: a predictor and corrector of stride mechanics
5. This new documentary looks great. Trailer coming out in a day or so
Run with honor.
Five for Tuesday:
1. World’s shortest “marathon”
2. A criticism of CrossFit Endurance as a running training program (in the interest of balance, I’ll post the other side of argument below)
3. Here is a positive take on CrossFit Endurance from the CFE website
4. Running and weight loss: the relationship
5. Summer’s coming. Let’s reignite the hydration debate!