Floyd Mayweather is evil. Deadspin (and probably a million others) labeled him as a “coward” after the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight, the Pacquiao camp says Manny was denied a crucial shoulder injection before the fight which put him at a disadvantage and for heaven’s sake Justin Beiber is a huge Mayweather fan – enough said.
Yes, Floyd “Money” Mayweather is clearly Continue reading “Winning” vs. “Being the Best”
I’m getting there.
A few short months ago I was barely able to finish a 5k, even walking half the way. A few weeks ago I ran that same 3.1 miles at a 10-minute mile pace and was damn happy about it. Then last week I tweaked my Achilles and was out of commission for a week – down from running three days a week to none.
So my expectations for today, especially after two hours of 3-person sand volleyball last night, were pretty low. So imagine my surprise when Continue reading New PR
My run this evening started off on a great note – a personal record 8:57 first mile which was primarily uphill. Considering it was a pace run (running the 5k for total time) and not a speed run (where I try to run the fastest first 1.5-2.0 miles I can) that Continue reading Damn the Achilles
Today I decided to up my running training a bit. My best friend, who I’m running with in September, is on a regimen that a friend of her’s who runs is doing; I’m going to try it the Continue reading Stepping It Up
I just heard one of the worst covers of a song ever. This wasn’t one of those situations where one of my kids says to me “I like the real one better” when I’m playing “Sweet Child ‘O Mine” by Guns ‘N Roses in the car (because apparently Continue reading Coffee Shop Music
Today was the Paws 4 Autism 5k (and Autism Egg Hunt) out at Unity Village. One of my friends from volleyball is very engaged in Paws 4 Autism so it seemed like a good opportunity for me to get some more practice in before September’s “official” run and help a great cause (you might recall that Continue reading What? More Running?
Broke the effective 30-minute mark this evening. Still a few seconds slower than I was a week and a half ago in the 5k, but Continue reading 29:46