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Life’s Ring of Keys

With each passing day I am reminded more and more how all of this stuff is connected and how each of us are somehow related to our neighbor. And with each passing day, I am reminded that the lessons I’ve learned about life, about dealing with disease, about work, about sports, or about anything else [...]
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Ironman Redefined

I can’t believe it has been 6 years. On this date in 2005 I lost my father. He checked into a hospital in June and never left the ICU. This is always a hard time for me and it’s been a rough couple of days. Today, for obvious reasons, is the worst. I really wish [...]
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It’s Just a (Bigger) Number

The funny thing about the concept of age and the multisport athlete is that it really is just a number. We are all kids. We may feel like 150 year old kids the day after a tough event. But we bounce back like kids too.
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Building the Perfect Beast

But the title speaks to much more than multisport training. “The Beast” concept hit me again the other day when I was responding to a friend’s email and I realized that I am constantly in a state of building or creating something or charting a course to somewhere.
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The Message

So, in my humble attempt to try to motivate or inspire Maryland's men's lacrosse team as their honorary team captain in yesterday's HEADstrong lacrosse tournament, I urged them to walk away with three things as a result of having met me...
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Who is Shawn Anderson?

Shawn is unique as a motivator and author in that he just doesn’t talk the talk.... He lives it. Shawn blew through Delaware last week and a friend of mine had the opportunity to meet him and learn a little more about his mission. I thought I would share.
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A Dose of Medicine

After last weekend's bust at ChesapeakeMan, and now that I am fully recovered, I needed something fun and easy to help shake the remaining cobwebs from my psyche....
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Quote of the Week – #5

To win without risk...
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Sometimes Stuff Happens

The weekend started out like the other five “Chessyman” ultras that I have successfully completed. I got into Cambridge on Thursday, dropped my belongings at the gorgeous house we had rented from a friend and headed over to help out race director Rob Vigorito with registration.
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Quote of the Week – #4

I have always admired the ability...
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