1510 total / 0 in 2019

The most physically challenging thing I've done in my life was the 2010 The North Face Endurance Challenge Marathon. Doing that again this year.

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  1. Screw your shoes [to tackle snowy roads and icy trails].

  2. RUN
    great Boteler Road 3 mi

    I ran with my wife, so of course I felt "great!"

  3. RUN
    Post race registration run 3 mi

    A race registration will only get you out the door. After that, you're on your own. @thenorthfaceECS

    • Dave F.
      Dave F.

      Right on, Brian! Like seeing you posting again. Sweet three!

      about 7 years ago Like

  4. Registered for The North Face Endurance Challenge Marathon on June 2! Now, where's that wagon? @thenorthfaceECS

  5. The North Face Endurance Challenge registration opens today at noon. Get some! @thenorthfaceECS

  6. Shared Photo

    My runnin' buddy this morning.

    • Marlene E.
      Marlene E.

      Ah cutie. That's the down side of having a cat. All they do is lay on you and try to prevent you from getting up to go run.

      about 7 years ago Like

    • Chris R.
      Chris R.

      like "Let's go again!"

      about 7 years ago Like

  7. RUN
    good Doggin' it 2 mi

    Atlas and I are both back on the wagon.

  8. Any of my running peeps registering for The North Face Endurance Challenge? Registration opens Tuesday at noon.

  9. RUN
    great Easy trail run with the family 2 mi

    When you run together with your wife, children and Labrador Retriever, the pace is unimportant.

  10. RUN
    alright Officially a streak 2 mi

    Second run in as many days.

  11. RUN
    good Penance 3 mi

    Bless me dailymile for I have sinned. It has been four months since my last run. 173/18.6

    • Sali M.
      Sali M. You're Funny
      You're Funny:

      Was thinking yesterday that I hadn't seen you post a run in a long time...little did I know that you hadn't run! Figured you were just not posting your miles anymore. Tsk tsk Cuz! Busy guy but still!

      about 7 years ago

  12. Today's Schwaggle: 50% Off Brooks Glycerin 8, voted "Editor's Choice" by Runner's World: No affiliation. Just thought I'd pass along a sc... read more

  13. RUN
    9.11 on September 11 9.11 mi

    Considering that before Sunday I had only run 6 miles in May, June, July and August—and those were all run during the DUthe2 Duathlon—setting out to run 9.11 miles was ambitious. It took me longer ... read more

  14. I don't think I could be any less prepared for the Frederick Half Marathon tomorrow. Channeling my inner George Costanza.

  15. #dailymission Describe your worst race. That's easy. This Saturday's Frederick Half Marathon. After running a 1:39 PR at the B&A Trail Half Marathon on March 6, I've been nursing... read more

    • Ed C.
      Ed C.

      I might be hobbling along with ya, nursing some calf/shin issue for the past month that just won't go away. Good Luck!

      almost 8 years ago Like

    • Dave F.
      Dave F.

      Good luck, Brian! Fortunately, I know you have a good deal of natural talent, so I hope that comes through for you!

      almost 8 years ago Like

  16. Frederick Half Marathon peeps: You can sleep in another half hour on May 7—the start time has been pushed out to 7:30 am:

    • Terry D.
      Terry D.

      So this will be the first time I run Frederick, any idea as to what the course is like?

      almost 8 years ago Like

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    • Brian L.
      Brian L.

      Terry, the first half of the course winds its way through the streets of Historic Frederick, so it gets a little "meandery." The up side is that there is a sense of speed that you don't get with wider, more open courses. The second half pushes North of Historic Frederick and widens and straightens in the process. At nearly 11 miles out you can see and hear the finish which is motivating.

      almost 8 years ago Like

    • Brian L.
      Brian L.

      Ken, I DNF'd at mile 18 of the marathon last year due to the heat. The wheels actually started to fall off at mile 10. I'm hoping it rains.

      almost 8 years ago Like

  17. RUN
    alright Indoor four 4 mi 00:35 08:45 pace

    Easy four on the treadmill to see if we can't get this Achilles ready for 16.2 miles (half marathon followed by a 5K) on May 7.

    • Dave F.
      Dave F.

      Nice four on the treads, Brian! I hope that achilles will shape up for you, man!

      almost 8 years ago Like

    • Brendan M.
      Brendan M.

      Nice - hope all goes well over the next couple of weeks.

      almost 8 years ago Like

  18. RUN
    injured Sometimes you feel like a nut 5.25 mi 00:43 08:15 pace

    I've been nursing my Achilles for a month and my mileage shows it. With just 23 days until the Frederick Nut Job, today's run finally felt like I was on the road to recovery and increased... read more

    • Dave F.
      Dave F. Feel Better
      Feel Better:

      Oh boy, don't let yourself be done in by 100 meters, Brian! Hey, I hope you're alright for the race. Nurse that achilles!

      almost 8 years ago

    • Ken T.
      Ken T. Get Better
      Get Better:

      I already convinced my brother to come down from NY to run the 1/2 with me. Now I'm trying to sell him on the nut job, too. I think it'll be it's another t-shirt!
      Hope that achilles heals up.

      almost 8 years ago

  19. RUN
    alright Pain-free three 3 mi 00:30 10:00 pace

    The last time I ran this slow was 15 months ago. Achilles felt okay throughout and still feels okay six hours later. We'll see in the morning. Fingers crossed. Frederick Nut Job is 25 days away.

    • Dave F.
      Dave F.

      Fingers crossed for you, Brian. Way to get in the three!

      almost 8 years ago Like

  20. RUN
    blah 8 mi 01:08 08:26 pace

    Achilles continues to hobble my running. Frederick Nut Job (Frederick Half Marathon and Frederick 5K on the same morning) may be in jeopardy.