Brent run(s) The adventure of running and travel mixed up and spit out on a blog

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How to Plan Your Next Running Route

Now that we’re in the early weeks of spring, you’re probably itching to get back outside for your runs instead of feeling stuck inside on the treadmill. To avoid boredom or monotony in your...

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Lame start to my Lenten posts

Lame Excuses A short update on my non-posting for a couple of weeks. My Lenten goal was to post once a day, and I think I did that until about March 3rd (Pretty darn...

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K is for Kenya

I read the book, “Running with the Kenyans: Passion, Adventure, and the Secrets of the Fastest People on Earth.” and I would highly recommend reading the book at any level of running. It is...

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J is for Jogger

Mark Remy’s book says “Slow? It doesn’t matter”. When I first started running I thought that running fast meant running fast every day. When I joined a run group and had access to a...

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I is for Ice bath

I can speak from personal experience that I have only ever tried an ice bath once or twice. I do remember listening to runners at the start of a race and someone saying they...

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G is for Get off the road!

I have only been yelled at a couple of times. One memorable time was the following: The Guthrie loop on Kenwood Parkway It’s true, we have snow in Minnesota, and oftentimes the sidewalks in...

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F is for Fartlek or…

I already have a Fartlek post which you can find here. So what is F for? I am going to say F is for F*** yea when you get your PR at an end...