Posts Tagged with "las vegas trainer"

Our First Publication!

Monday, March 4, 2013

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Our First Publication!

We made it!  This month's issue of Desert Companion, a local magazine distributed in Las Vegas, NV, featured yours truly in a full page spread and article.  I was asked to give some pointers for newer runners, advice to help people who may want to get started but don't know how.  My goal was to […]

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Backing Down to Keep Moving Forward

Monday, December 26, 2011

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Backing Down to Keep Moving Forward

I have a problem, my problem is that I always push myself to progress the way I see myself progressing.  Most people would say that isn't a bad thing, but it can be if you don't know how to control it.  After my first marathon, I felt fantastic!  Don't get me wrong, I wasn't running […]

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Holiday Havoc Training

Sunday, December 4, 2011

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Holiday Havoc Training

The holidays are one of the hardest times to stay on your fitness regimen, let alone make progress.  I decided the way I was going to conquer this issue was to sign up for my 2nd marathon on Jan 7th.  The object is to keep me on track by having an end race goal in […]

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Hoover Dam Marathon Complete!

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

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Hoover Dam Marathon Complete!

It is Saturday morning, 4am, and I am feeling the butterflies start to set in.  I wake up, with my normal routine, and grab some oatmeal.  I wonder if this will be enough to sustain me for the duration.  I grab a banana, two, three.  Camelbak, check.  Sunscreen, check.  Granola bars, check.  Timing chip, check.  […]

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Triathlete or Ultra Runner?

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

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Triathlete or Ultra Runner?

This may seem like a ridiculous question for most and an unecessary one for some.  As I sit here planning my next future athletic endeavor, I wonder which path I should choose.  With my first marathon coming up in about 2 weeks, I can't help but think what's next.  I told a buddy of mine […]

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Trying to Get Started & Run?

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

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Trying to Get Started & Run?

One of the hardest parts of beginning a workout regimen is getting started.  When it comes to running, if you aren't seasoned it can be a daunting task.  What has become very popular is running in a group setting.  Several benefits come from running with others. **Accountability: Would you let down your group, let alone […]

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It’s a Love Hate Relationship

Sunday, August 28, 2011

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It’s a Love Hate Relationship

For any of us who are involved in ANY sort of exercise/movement/living on a daily basis, muscle tension can be the villian of our lives.  It is imperative to revive your muscles after a long day of work & exercise.  You can not use your muslces and lose them or you can use your muscles […]

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Planning for Progression

Sunday, August 7, 2011

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Planning for Progression

So eventhough it is still 2.5 months away, the excitement for the Ragnar relay is building up.  My runs have improved in their speed, my stamina, my gait, all of it!  Truth of the matter is, without proper planning none of it would be possible.  Here are some tips that have helped me that can […]

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Week #4: The Nutrition Project

Saturday, July 23, 2011

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Week #4: The Nutrition Project

So we are at the end of week #4 on this nutrition journey, or experiment as I like to call it.  In all honesty, I feel fantastic!  The food tracking has been on a daily basis and has allowed me to keep a close eye on the nutrition content of the foods I eat.  Now […]

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