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  1. #dailymission If you could test any fitness product absolutely free, what would you choose? some of that stuff that Lance Armstrong was using.

  2. Blogged about the Brooksie Way Half Marathon, Malaria, and what to do with FREE BEER coupons.

  3. RUN
    great 13.1 mi 01:57 08:55 pace

    Brooksie Way Half Marathon. Incredible course. Perfect weather. Great event. Fun times. Good to be alive. My first event as a Runwell Advocate. I'm pretty sure it is my slowest half-marathon e... read more

  4. RUN
    good 12 mi 01:49 09:05 pace

    12 mile run done thru some mild sickness Almost did this last week, but did not. (and here's why: (ps: I don't... read more

    • Bari F.
      Bari F.

      Great job!

      over 4 years ago Like2 people

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    • Teri E
      Teri E

      Glad you got out to run. I enjoyed the blog post and I see that there are two more books of yours I need to read. To stay more in touch I subscribed to your blog! It will go to my work email so I'll be sure to get the emails!!!

      over 4 years ago Like1 person

    • Mark M.
      Mark M.

      Thanks Teri. I think the last one may burn your eyeballs out, but, you'll be okay. :-)

      over 4 years ago Like

  5. RUN
    alright 8 mi 01:12 09:00 pace

    Wanted to do ten, stopped early

  6. Hey, yo. My book, "Chasing the Dragon: Running to Get High" (link is now available as an audiobook for those who listen to books as they run (or anytime, really). I&... read more

  7. RUN
    good 11 mi 01:39 09:00 pace

    Not bad.

  8. RUN
    good 10 mi 01:30 09:00 pace

    10 mile run in 85 degree heat powered by the Rock Gods. (Led Zeppelin, of course). Found myself not only singing along but doing a bit of air-guitar.

  9. The Real Cause of Running Injuries. My Top 12 Reasons

    • Karyn

      I drink my chocolate milk WHILE I stretch or do my yoga :-)

      over 4 years ago Like1 person

    • Mark M.
      Mark M.

      Oh, I would spill that for sure. My nickname in high school was "mess"

      over 4 years ago Like

    • Mark M.
      Mark M.

      See, I have an excuse for every good idea. Doomed, I am.

      over 4 years ago Like

  10. Best way to feel like you have all the time in the world to get your miles in is to train for a January marathon while everyone else trains for one in the fall.

  11. RUN
    good 10 mi 01:29 08:54 pace

    10 miles, the length of what is considered my current "long run." My goal is to make it injury free to the Disney Marathon in January. To do this, I just now decided I may as well be the ... read more

    • Debra S.
      Debra S.

      Love it. Easy training!

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    • Mark M.
      Mark M.

      Damn you Christopher!!! (I mean you're awesome.) My first ever marathon was done with a Long Run and one run in between of a few miles, and I ended up with negative split. 'Course, I was young, dumb, and full of run back then. Run Disney is the perfect 'non pr' marathon there is I got to believe.

      over 4 years ago Like1 person

    • Suzy S.
      Suzy S.

      Marky Mark!!! You're baaaaack!!! Made my day. Missed you, buddy! Can't wait to follow your training for January. Nice tenner.

      over 4 years ago Like1 person

  12. RUN
    alright 5 mi 00:44 08:48 pace

    5 miles done, now a trip to costco. There will be hot dogs. And sample cart ladies. Maybe even churros.

  13. RUN
    alright 4 mi 00:36 09:00 pace

    Four miles, to the hardward store and back to make an exchange, credit card in my pocket and a screen door piece in my hand

  14. RUN
    good 10 mi 01:30 09:00 pace

    Ten miles done. Right hip pain, for the record and for my future self who may read this.