Miles:
1043 total / 0 in 2017
Goal:

Push the boundaries of what the body is perceived to do and use this passion to increase happiness in others.

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Anthony logged 1043 miles.

Last workout about 6 years ago. Help get them back on track!

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  1. VELO
    great All-Nighter!!! 75 mi 07:00 10.7mph pace

    When a spark of inspiration hits you, you grab it and let it take you wherever it is going to take you. Then you will truly free, you will truly be living. On that note, a spark of inspiration hit ... read more

    • Cathy K.
      Cathy K.

      Welcome back. How is the IT band?

      about 6 years ago Like

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    • Rina M.
      Rina M. You're an Inspiration
      You're an Inspiration:

      Love your sense of adventure into the challenges of the body and mind! :+)

      about 6 years ago

    • Bill P.
      Bill P. You're an Inspiration
      You're an Inspiration:

      Incredible ride! Glad you're back!!

      about 6 years ago

  2. DMers: What EXACTLY do I need to do to heal my IT band injury? It has been 6 months and the injury is recurring. I can even feel it when I walk now. Any sort of strength training? What muscles? ... read more

    • Kyle B.
      Kyle B.

      Take a foam roller and work the outside of the leg from the hip to just under the knee. Deep tissue massages to the spot of the pain worked best for me!

      over 6 years ago Like1 person

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    • Bill P.
      Bill P.

      Agree with all the foam roller advice, use that several times a day and shorten your runs to where you don't have a problem and gradually rebuild. The bike also helped me. I'm really skeptical about the minimalist shoes: ITB heals fairly quickly compared to a stress fracture! You can get some of the same feedback running on a TM, focus on your form and you have audible feedback for how hard you're hitting the ground.

      over 6 years ago Like

    • Pam
      Pam

      I know it's been a while since the last post, but I hope you're on your way to recovery?

      over 6 years ago Like

  3. FIT
    great NOR->ATL 72:00

    Moving 1,000s of lbs of my household goods from one state to another must count as some sort of workout. (Norfolk -->ATL) Time to start a new chapter :)

  4. Shared Photo

    HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY!!! from your recent MBA grad. I could not have completed my MBA degree without the constant support from you and dad! :)

  5. Who inspires you? Right now for me, its David Goggins.

    • Lucy
      Lucy

      My kids. My husband. And every runner who has decades on me that whizzes by me in a race.

      over 6 years ago Like

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    • Scott J.
      Scott J.

      I would say a number of people on DM. It seems like I read about another amazing accomplishment everyday here. DM has proven to be a great source of support, encouragement, knowledge and inspiration. And here I thought all I was going to do was track my miles! :-)

      over 6 years ago Like

    • Cindy E.
      Cindy E.

      My son, daughter, and husband inspire me to continue to ride... Thank you.... I never want to look older than 34...

      over 6 years ago Like1 person

  6. VELO
    great NO FINISH LINE! (part deux) 100 mi 06:25 15.6mph pace

    100 miles on the stationary bike at the ODU.

    Weekend total: 228 miles!

    I seriously have no idea how I did this! I only recently started riding. I am beside myself here. All I have to say is th... read more

  7. FIT
    great Anberlin Concert 04:00

    Anberlin concert = Amazingness....but my legs are crazy sore from all the movin n groovin! (and a little bit of mosh pitting) I don't think I'll be doing any more moving of the legs this... read more

  8. 200+ miles cycling in one weekend injury-free? Tune in on Sunday night to find out..............(I am ABSOLUTELY mentally prepared. Now its just up to my body to follow suit)

  9. FIT
    great MORNING MADNESS! 00:10:00

    10 minutes. No breaks! All until muscle failure (screw fatigue): Pushups, Pullups, TOXICs

  10. VELO
    great THERE IS NO FINISH LINE! 128 mi 07:45 16.5mph pace

    128 miles on the stationary bike at the ODU gym!

    Theme of the workout: "THERE IS NO FINISH LINE!" (no music, noone to talk to, not outside, not moving anywhere, nobody cheering me on, ... read more

  11. My co-workers challenged me to ride 200+ miles this weekend after my century ride last weekend......we'll see......watch for miles to start popping up on Thurs night!

  12. FIT
    great Stretches 00:20

    Much needed stretches after the 100-miler this past weekend.

    • Nora
      Nora

      Getting bendy always helps. Nice workout!

      over 6 years ago Like

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    • Trea O.
      Trea O. You're an Inspiration
      You're an Inspiration:

      I love stretching Hope you feel so much bettera after them..

      over 6 years ago

    • Kathy M.
      Kathy M. Congrats
      Congrats:

      Congrats on your 100 miler...very impressive!

      over 6 years ago

  13. "Failure is an option. It's what you do with the failure that makes you who you are. Our failures mold us. I have failed at several things in my life. What sets some of us apart, is that ... read more

  14. Cycling Question: When recording my time, do I only record time on the bike, or do I also include stoppage time? (This obviously affects the MPH which is displayed.)

    • Jim H.
      Jim H.

      I would say cycling time. When I do my training runs and need to wait on traffic we stop our watches while waiting to cross the road or when at water stops on training runs we stop them there also.

      over 6 years ago Like

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    • Diane H.
      Diane H.

      Mileage only - time on the bike. No need to record stops.

      over 6 years ago Like

    • Chris B.
      Chris B.

      Depends what you're after. Training to race, or some timed event? I would personally count my entire time on the bike. Breaks and recovery reflect your race fitness. Personally, I don't do this. I really don't care about pace as a number at this point, and my time on bike tallies you see here will often be guesses. So, then, the pace. ;-)

      over 6 years ago Like

  15. Shared Photo

    Another sticker to add to the bumper :)

  16. VELO
    great 100 Mile Tour de Cure 102.7 mi 06:33 15.7mph pace

    My Norfolk Southern (NS) teammates and I just completed a 102.7 mile bike ride in winds that were soooo bad there was a tornado warning. Time on the bike: 6hrs 33mins; Time including stops: 8hrs; A... read more

    • Stonay
      Stonay

      Great Milage Anthony, congrats to you all! have a great weekend

      over 6 years ago Like

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    • Pam
      Pam

      This is just the most incredible thing - this ACCOMPLISHMENT you've achieved!!! Sooooo much to be proud of - there aren't enough words!!! You are amazing!

      over 6 years ago Like

    • Agus K.
      Agus K. You're an Inspiration
      You're an Inspiration:

      Amazing job Tony, you did it! And all in the name of charity to boot!

      over 6 years ago

  17. It has been decided: on Saturday May 28th, I am going to bike for 24 hours. Midnight-Midnight

    • Petite
      Petite

      sounds intense. you take care of yourself and be safe!

      over 6 years ago Like

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    • Bill P.
      Bill P.

      The biggest thing about rides longer than 200k, the key is starting slowly and going slowly. End of May is going to be difficult because because of heat.

      over 6 years ago Like

    • Pierre D.
      Pierre D.

      Are you going to do a fl├Ęche velocio?

      over 6 years ago Like

  18. 100 mile Tour de Cure tomorrow!!! The weather report says windy with scattered thunderstorms, but that's fine with me. OBSTACLES = OPPORTUNITIES! I have raised $695 for diabetes so far, and ... read more

  19. Elite athlete - David Goggins: "I hate exercise" Then why does he do it? The best reason there is: For others

  20. VELO
    great Riding and Stretching 5 mi

    Staying loose before the 100 mile Tour de Cure bike ride on Sat.