Last month, I bookmarked an article on Lifehacker discussing how running isn’t cheap and the costs that come with taking it up as an workout routine. Thing is, unlike the Lifehacker of old, this article was just a complain piece to recommend and insert affiliate links to mentioned products, many of which aren’t necessary for… Continue reading Running for Beginners
Beat the Blerch
Once upon a not too long ago, The Oatmeal created a fantastic 6-part comic, The Terrible & Wonderful Reasons Why I Run Long Distances. Now that it’s becoming a book, to promote it an actual running event has been organized (and already sold out).
This is the marathon I need to run. Until the opportunity presents itself, I will train faithfully.
This week, I’ve found myself in the old pitfall of putting off updates for the sake of “productivity”. I intended for this week to be a highly active and progressive one, but ended up stalling out after Monday. After getting home from work that day, I joined my roommate in a yoga workout by doing… Continue reading Fitness: The Week in Review
Before I go off to bed for the night, a little something from my DayOne journal earlier today: While I was out on my run today, I had something happen that, despite it’s seemingly minor nature, made me feel really good. Lately as I’ve been going out on my running route down to Balboa Park… Continue reading A Brief but Earnest Human Interaction