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The Running Lifestyle Podcast Interview

I recently did this podcast interview with Kari Gormley for The Running Lifestyle. We talk about running, triathlon, my leukemia diagnosis and treatments, family, and life. Check out Kari’s other interviews as well. Click to listen  iTunes
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New Runner Academy Interview

I recently did an interview with Matt Johnson of Runner Academy and we chatted about a wide array of topics. Come check out the podcast.
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The Endurance Sports Expo is Back

The 2013 Endurance Sports Expo is a do not miss event for the endurance sports athlete! At ESE you will find the latest running gear, ride the hottest road and mountain bikes, see the newest tri products, find out about great events and non-profits, and learn from experts in the industry. [...]
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Round Three – Advantage BROWN

First let me share the good news. Rounds one and two were so successful that my Doctor gave the green light to administer today’s treatment as a “rapid infusion”. To give you some perspective, it took us close to 5 hours tocomplete round one a couple of weeks ago. Last week’s session finished in 4 [...]
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New Philly Health Watch Article, “Get the Heck OUT”!

I am a huge fan and advocate of sneaking in a workout any time, and any place possible. Thus my motto of “always keep a bag packed”. You never know when you might be able to sneak in a quickie. And quite often, that quickie might be in the gym, the basement, [...]
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Make it FIT

Your New Year’s resolutions should be handled no differently than any other goal that you set for yourself. Those goals should be realistic and attainable. Those goals should also be written down somewhere to serve as a reminder of your commitment and hopefully you are tracking your progress along the way. Many of you have set goals or made resolutions for yourself. And I hope you are all still on course and sticking to your plan. But what happens when your plan becomes challenged as you react to all of life’s curve balls and detours?
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Happy New Year and More

Well here we are almost through the first month of the new year. How are the resolutions coming? Hopefully you are still on track. But even if you should waver a little, just make the necessary adjustment and keep moving. Don’t stress over whether you are or are not staying true to your goal(s). Make the fix and keep moving.
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How to Choose A Gym

The only assumption in this “how to,” article is that the reader is choosing to join a gym in order to get RESULTS. Results, in this definition, are stimulating improvement in good health and thus overall appearance. If the reader, however, is seeking to join a gym for purely social reasons, [...]
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“Butt” Wait …..

I borrowed this from Everyday Health. Want buns of steel? Then we have the perfect workout for you. Whether you think your glutes are too flabby or too flat, these tightening and toning circuit plans — one for standing exercises, one for mat exercises — will sculpt your glutes in no time. Perform [...]
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Chasing Truths… a few words on goal setting

So it’s that time of year again. It’s time for people to take some personal inventories and set some goals for themselves for the upcoming year. Those goals may come in a wide variety but I know that many people will focus on health and fitness related goals. In many of my circles, it’s all [...]
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