Monthly Archives: June 2012

Help Ethan Zohn and I Give AIDS/HIV the BOOT

I am again joining my good buddy Ethan Zohn to run the NYC marathon in support of Grassroot Soccer. This will be my 4th time back to NY in support of GRS. As many of you know, Ethan and I were introduced by a mutual friend because we are both blood cancer survivors as well [...]
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The 10 Laws of Newton Natural Running™

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Hello Again Dex

OK, here we are. Day two of round four of decadron treatment. As with my previous treatments, I have all kinds of weird energy that I’m not sure how to control. One minute I want to start five projects at once (and I have) but a few minutes later, I’m annoyed, anxious, hungry, have a [...]
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Vote Deadline is June 30th for Support of Rehoboth Beach $250,000

Two local business, Rehoboth Beach Running Company and TriCoach LLC, are in the final days of their joint effort to solicit on-line votes from the general public to qualify for part of the $3,000,000 Mission Small Business funds. Chase and Living Social are awarding money to 12 companies with less than 100 employees. REHOBOTH BEACH, Jun [...]
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See ya Later Dex

So another four day decadron (Dexamethason) cycle is behind me. This was the 3rd round of a prescribed 4 that we are using to handle the mild flare up of a few of my chronic lymphocytic leukemia symptoms.  The cycle went pretty much as predicted with many of the usual side effects and as usual [...]
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Newton Natural Running™: Optimal Running Form

Run barefoot to discover your optimal running form. You’ll discover immediately that when you run barefoot, you’re not landing on your heels. Instead you are landing on your midfoot/forefoot and allowing your heel to settle to the ground. Landing on your midfoot/forefoot is the most natural way to run. It is also the fastest and [...]
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Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation to Host Inaugural Lemon Ride

Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to finding cures for all kids with cancer, will host the first annual Lemon Ride Bicycle Tour on Sunday, July 22, 2012 at 9 am. The event, which will take place in Doylestown, invites cyclists of all calibers to contribute to the battle against childhood cancer by biking a 12, 26 or 50 mile course. The family friendly event will also include children’s activities at the start/finish.
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Some Days

Some days I just want to be a 10 year old and ride my bike all day, then have a catch with my dad on the front lawn. Those two memories are so vivid for me. And in reality, the bike riding part never left me, but today I ride for different reasons. As a [...]
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2012 Eagleman 70.3 & The Blazeman Spirit Award

I am coming down from one of the most amazing race weekends I have ever experienced. Let me first clarify for you finish time results lurkers out there, I did not “race” fast. In fact in some respects I had no business being out there this weekend. But I was committed and determined to get [...]
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Boy Do I Have a Story for You guys

But I’m too tired to write it tonight. More details tomorrow. I was blessed, bulldozed, deeply moved and forever grateful when I was presented with this award this weekend at Eagleman, Look for a complete pre race and race report coming soon. In the meantime, check this out. If we are friends on Facebook, there [...]
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