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Location:

Pittsfield,MA,

Member Since:

Jul 02, 2008

Gender:

Male

Goal Type:

Boston Qualifier

Running Accomplishments:

 

 

  •  2006 Mohawk Hudson River Marathon (NY)
  • 2007 Vermont City Marathon (VT)
  • 2011 BPAC 6 Hour Run (NY)
  • 2011 Mind the Ducks 12 Hour (NY)
  • 2012 Maple Leaf Indoor Marathon #1 (IN)
  • 2012 Maple Leaf Indoor Marathon #2 (IN)
  • 2012 BPAC 6 Hour Run (NY)
  • 2012 Mind the Ducks 12 Hour (NY)
  • 2012 Memorial Day Marathon (MA)
  • 2012 Around the Lake 12 Hour (MA)
  • 2012 Hancock Shaker Village 50 (MA) 
  • 2012 Bay State Marathon (MA)
  • 2012 First Descents Marathon (DE) 
  • 2013 Maple Leaf Indoor Marathon #1 (IN)
  • 2013 Maple Leaf Indoor Marathon #2 (IN) 
  • 2013 Circular Logic Marathon (IN)
  • 2013 Lake Waramaug 50M (CT)
  • 2013 BPAC 6 Hour Run (NY)
  • 2013 Ragnar Cape Cod Ultra Team (MA) 
  • 2013 Memorial Day Marathon (MA)
  • 2013 Relay For Life No. Berkshire (MA)
  • 2013 Ragnar Adirondack Ultra Team (MA)
  • 2013 BayState Marathon (MA)
  • 2013 One Day At the Fair Marathon (NJ)
  • 2013 West Palm Beaches Marathon (FL)
  • 2014 Arena Attack XL Center Marathon (CT)
  • 2014 Maple City 6-Pack Marathon #1 (IN)
  • 2014 Maple City 6-Pack Marathon #2 (IN)
  • 2014 Maple City 6-Pack Marathon #3 (IN)
  • 2014 Maple City 6-Pack Marathon #4 (IN)
  • 2014 Maple City 6-Pack Marathon #5 (IN)
  • 2014 Maple City 6-Pack Marathon #6 (IN)
  • 2014 Circular Logic Marathon (IN)

 Personal Bests:

  • 400 - 1:01 (2004)
  • 800 - 2:16 (2004)
  • Mile - 5:12 (2004)
  • 2Mile - 11:27 (2004)
  • 5k - 19:44 (2005)
  • 10k 40:46 (11/22/07)
  • 15k - 1:07:40 (11/11/07)
  • 13.11 Half - 1:38:31 (12/9/07)
  • Marathon 3:59:18 (1/25/14)
  • 50 miles 11:44 (5/14/11)

Eagle Scout with Bronze and Gold Palms (2002)

Biked from Ticonderoga, New York to Old Orchard Beach, Maine in August of 2005 (Total of about 290 miles

Short-Term Running Goals:

200 miles @ 72 Hour Race in May

Under 200 #

Sub 4:00 Marathon

 

 

Long-Term Running Goals:

QUALIFY AND RUN IN THE BOSTON MARATHON.

Personal:

I am 27.  Have done 33 marathons and ultras. Really trying to get in shape to get back to running the miles I want to. I love to read and worked for four years in a bookstore. I like to keep track of the books I read. Currently I work as a 6th & 7th grade history teacher at the only charter school in Berkshire County, as well as serve as the coach for the cross country team! Been experimenting as a pescatarian (eating only fish) since August 10, 2011. 

 

Just earned my Master's Degree in Adolescent Education for Social Studies. I have the most wonderful WIFE in the entire world.. EMMA! October 16, 2010

Run when you can, walk when you have to, crawl if you must. Just never give up! - Dean Karnazes -

We are all teachers and we are all students in this sport. - Dean Karnazes -

The simple act of putting one foot in front of the other and moving forward at an accelerated rate can be one of life's greatest - and simplest - pleasures. ~Dean Karnazes 

"Your beliefs become your thoughts, your thoughts become your words, your words become your actions, your actions become your habits, your habits become your values, your values become your destiny." - MK Gandhi 

"The marathon mercilessly rips off the outer layers of our defenses and leaves the raw human, vulnerable and naked. It is here you get an honest glimpse into the soul of an individual. Every insecurity and character flaw is open and on display for all the world to see. No communication is ever more real, no expression ever more honest. There is nothing left to hide behind. The marathon is the great equalizer. Ever movement, every word spoken and unspoken, is radiant truth. The veil has been obliterated. These are the profound moments of human interaction that I live for." - Dean Karnazes 

 

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Day #429: 1.34 miles at 10:00/ mile pace. Pain was neither better or worse. Did 30 mins of ab workout with Emma before hand. 3 x 10 min videos. I sweat more doing those than running the recovery run today. Weighed in at 209.5 # today . Lowest I have been in more than 2.5 years! Holler!

The benefit of fat feet
is that there's more of them to rub down
when you get a pedicure!

“Tolerance is nothing more than patience with boundaries.” 
― Shannon L. Alder

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Day #430: 1.14 miles in 12:00 nice and easy. wearing shoes really loosely. Either a stress fracture or a choked tendon - both would fit - I kind of think choked tendon (or hope) since it lines up with where the laces crossed.

Steady as she goes, it's the
quality not quantity. This too
shall pass; Work hard. Be patient.

Perseverance is failing 19 times and succeeding the 20th.
Julie Andrews

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Day #431: 1.5 miles slow 12:00 pace. Foot did not hurt much today. I took laces down two rungs. Doctor appointment on Friday. Will continue to monitor my diet and do ab work until then. Good news if it is a stress fracture, by Friday it will be near 2 weeks of minimal activity. Use this just as "recovery" time!

If students would just be honest
And show passion to the desire
to learn - there'd be hope for sure.

"Ask yourself: 'Can I give more?'. The answer is usually: 'Yes'."
-Paul Tergat

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Day #432: 30 minutes of ab work. Feel the burn baby! 1.10 miles real easy, less pain than yesterday. Babying the ankle while at work - staying off it as much as possible. Doc appointment on Friday. Swelling gone down some. Why do I work? Emm said today at dinner: "I see the real you." That's what it's about folks. Transformation. Persistence. Pushing YOURSELF towards a better YOU. Keep on keeping on brothers and sisters.

Into the darkness we push,
Finding strength in the unknown void of
potential. Neer doubt YOU!

"Don't go around saying the world owes you a living. The world owes you nothing. It was here first."
Mark Twain

 
 
 

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Day #433: 1.25 miles at 10:15/ mile pace. Felt relaxed. Focused on trying to keep right foot and shin loose. Right shin and anterior tibialis are very tight though. Docs on Friday. Weighed in at 206# today. Holler!

Popcorn is a lot like school.
Tons of potential and unrealized
kernels. How to inspire?

"WWBGD? Keep running." - Brittany Choquette

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Day #434: 3 miles in Hokas on Ice paths at the Glen. Kiddos tried to xc ski and I kept having to turn around to get them. They all made it safely around though. Ran in jacket, cargo shorts, and one compression sock and one wool sock. Norway hat to round it all out. Norway "thug". Ha. Foam roller arrived in mail and did more of that today. Foot still has some tightness but hoping pain will start to go away soon.

Runnin' for the goal mister,
Don't take no shortcuts, lest they see you.
Duck, sprint. First to the bus man!

"Woah! My face was just 2" from pee snow! Dude I got lucky!" - me

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Day #435: 3.11 miles in 31:00. Went to doc's today. Swelling down significantly, some pain in tendons though. He was unsure if it was tendinitis or a stress fracture. Sent me for xrays - will hear back something on Monday. In mean time he said keep icing when necessary, orthotics are good to keep in for not - no minimalist shoes and he asked "what OTHER exercises do you do?" Does ShakeO count as an exercise?

The only scary things are
the ones we give the time to scare us.
So think not, fear not... do now!

Harry Dunne: I expected the Rocky Mountains to be a little rockier than this.
Lloyd Christmas: I was thinking the same thing. That John Denver's full of shit, man.

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Day #436: 4.1 miles in 37:43. Spent the day supervising 15 kiddos as they went xc skiing, many for the first time. With instability of the ankle though, and probable wipe outs, I decided against the skiing aspect. At least until doc gets back to me. Late night jog. Lost track of time reading "Divergent". Read the first 70 pages. Really enjoying it. Hope to read a couple hours tomorrow and continue. Wearing compression sleeve again and Advil to be proactive.

Sun rays reflect happiness,
Radiant smiles abound so much
Plans for next year are made now!

Harry Dunne: According to the map, we've only gone 4 inches.

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Day #437: 6.35 miles total. 5.1 miles in 47:00 earlier in the day and another 1.25 before watching COSMOS. Earned myself my first beer in a long time. Tried Honeycrisp Apple Wheat from Shocktop. Yum! No fast miles for a while. Steady as she goes. No increase in pain is good. Lots of stretching. Will foam roll every other day.

Limitless potential, kid.
So long as you take it slow, got it?
Don't rush the magic. Just wait.

“Running, you should know, is a kind of stillness.” 
― Tiphanie Yanique, How to Escape from a Leper Colony

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Day #438: 5 miles in 45:45, 9:09 pace. Included 5 x 3 mins @ 6% grade and 3 mins "off". Doc called and says I just need to monitor pain. No stress fracture appeared on the X-Rays. Yay! Arch still painful and probably a good idea to stay in regular shoes, not minimalist for a while with orthotics. Other than that, onwards and upwards cowboy!

Into the beast's lair we run
to set our eyes upon the prize there.
Immortality bitches!

"What matters most is that we loved at all." - Kenny Rankin

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Day #439: 5 miles in 43:30. Last 2 miles were 8:35 pace. Strongest I've felt in a long time. Only minor twinges of pain that lasted momentarily. Lesson I learned today: Whilst farting on a treadmill, increasing speed will not allow you to run from the gas.. it will only make you inhale said stank cloud at a faster rate. Planning on wearing orthotics through rest of month and any long runs I suspect in the near future.

Toot toot! Time to sprint ahead!
Oh crap! I'm stuck in one place.. shit shit!!
Fire ze missiles, beeotch!

"My doctors told me I would never walk again. My mother told me I would. I believed my mother." - Wilma Rudolph, winner of 3 gold medals at the 1960 Olympics

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Day #440: 4 miles after going out with Emma and Jess (MoonMoon) for Sushi. I didn't believe the time. 31:27. 7:52 per mile baby! Ran in Merrells for first time since 6-pack. Felt all but perfect. 90-95% better. The streak lives! What a glorious end to an otherwise shitty day. I need a day off.

Wasabi up the nose hurts,
Especially when trying to drink
down a Guinness. Fuckin' A!

“If you are going through hell, keep going.” 
― Winston Churchill

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Day #441: 5.78 miles, 50:01 - last mile at 8:00 pace. 8:39 pace for throughout. Basically 0 pain. Getting stronger. Keep strong on the diet. Got to get under 200 soon! No mas Clydesdale!

Running is just natural.
Just taking one foot in front of the
other. No excuses kids!

"Nature is full of genius, full of the divinity; so that not a snowflake escapes its fashioning hand."
Henry David Thoreau

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Day #442: 1 mile after 16 hours at school. Stayed and set up dance and worked dance, cleaned up and then brought two runners home. We made 317 dollars for the xc fund. 8:30 pace. Didn't even get home until almost 11.

Sometimes there is nothing but
one option - push on and capture the
essence of wild freedom.

"It is a damn poor mind indeed which can't think of at least two ways to spell any word."
Andrew Jackson

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Day #443: 3.11 miles in 24:36. Full day of fun. 30 min ab workout with Emma, then drove to Northampton, put up flyers for Sweltering Summer 8 Hour Ultra Race, then lunch at Noodles. Finally came home and then did 3.11 mile run before reading date, reading "Divergent".

Time to make the skinny belt
One notch smaller. Work hard, run harder.
Victory is at the door.

"Human beings must have action; and they will make it if they cannot find it." - Albert Einstein

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Day #444: 10.26 miles in 1:30:39; Longest run since 6-pack. Minimal pain under my arch. 8:50 pace overall. Did 9:15 pace for the first 50 minutes. Gradually sped up from there until last mile was under 8 mins (just barely). Come back soon?

Weaknesses are our best strengths.
Seize the opportunity. Ask more
of yourself. What WILL you do?

"Action is the foundational key to all success."
Pablo Picasso

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Day #445: 7.1 miles total. First 2 easy, then 5.1 miles in 42:07 (8:15 pace). Getting less fat is getting more fast! ;p. Feeling good. Read some more of "Divergent" tonight. Still got about 190 pages to go before Friday. Will I make it?

My wife tells me that my sweat
is what keeps my skin oh so supple. 
Good thing I got a beard, eh?

“I've been accused of vulgarity. I say that's bullshit.” 
― Mel Brooks

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Day #446: 7 miles total. 8 x 800s. Goal @ 3:45 with 400m "off". Actual splits: 3:42, 3:45, 3:43, 3:44, 3:41, 3:41, 3:39, 3:36. Hell yeah! That's how you run a workout! 57:41 total. Weighed in at 200#, my lightest since I started working in the stressball hell hole.

Self doubt breeds inner furnace,
combustion engine burning food stores.
Working off the pouch, bitches.

"Remember fat lasts longer than flavor."

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Day #447: 7 miles in 59:06; good for 8:26/ mile. Read up to page 350 in Divergent. It's go time. Getting in shape is hard work. One more day down. School was rough today. I don't know why, but students seem not to appreciate my efforts. Tomorrow's a new day I guess.

Not every day can be
Your best. You have to reconsider...
Reevaluate... push on!

“What kind of fuckery is this?” ― Amy Winehouse

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Day #448: 5.1 miles in 40:20. Did a 1-1-2-1-3-1-4-1-5-1 workout on treadmill. All the "ons" were at 7:00 pace. Couldn't go any faster, else the fuse would blow. Needed a tempo run today. Admin stresses me out at work. I care about teaching for the sake of teaching kids to enjoy learning and asking questions, not passing a stupid test. 11 of 14 days, 9 hours of silence and that's just ELA tests. Kids are on day 3 and stressed to high heaven already. And we can't take them out for a run because it might make the slower testers rush. Not a fun place to be in at the moment. Thank god Circ. Logic is next week! Can't wait to get out of here for a weekend!

Into the depths of hell they
push students too hard to pass state tests
and bolster super egos.

"Run when you can. Run when you can't. Run when you must. Run when you shouldn't. Run because you are YOU!" - me

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Day #449: 1 mile easy in 10:00 after going to see "Divergent" with Kara, Emm, and Jess. Then enjoyed an evening playing CAH.

Sometimes training has to wait,
Friends come only once in a lifetime.
Tomorrow I run for me.

“A friend is someone who knows all about you and still loves you.” 
― Elbert Hubbard

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Day #450: 7.12 miles in 60:01. Nice solid run before going with Emma to see NPR's The MOTH Hour at The Egg in Albany. Felt relaxed throughout.

Jaundice is quite becoming
in the paleness of waning winter's
grasp. Why don't everyone run?

“If I had a flower for every time I thought of you...I could walk through my garden forever.” 
― Alfred Tennyson

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Day #451: A couple hours behind schedule but I sucked it up. 14 mile progression run on the treadmill. 2 mile warm up in 18:03 (9:02 pace), 5 miles in 42:29 (8:30 pace), 1 mile easy in 9:09, 4 miles in 31:39 (7:55 pace), 2 mile cool down in 16:20 (8:10 pace). 1:57:42 total. Hell yeah!

Sweat is just you making room
in your pants for extra dessert rations.
Less means more fun, more food, more friends!

"A runner must run with dreams in his heart."
- Emil Zatopek

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Day #452: 3.33 miles in 30:00. Easy recovery run from yesterday's long progression run. Marathon this weekend. Always get excited for that. Keep on keeping on with the diet and such. Feeling good!

Sometimes I think I'm a barefoot
runner - then I get punched straight to the
face and look at my worn heels.

“If we are facing the right direction, all we have to do is keep walking.” 
Chinese Proverb

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Day #453: 5.5 miles total. Short run. Think problem is calf tightness putting too much stress on Achilles. 46:05. 5.55 mi. 800s were 3:45, 3:46, 3:44, 3:44, 3:44, 3:40.

stretched my calf muscles and going to do foam roller before bed. 4 days until marathon #34. Holler son!

Coffee soaked carpet,
World map ripped to hell man.
6th grade be rough son!

"If you believe in yourself anything is possible." ‪#‎teamsparkle‬

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Day #454: 5 miles in 44:20 (8:52 pace). Stretched calf muscles and achilles hurt less. Need to do some foam rolling before next marathon this weekend.

There is no "I can't"
Just "I won't" or ... excuses.
Seize each run like GOLD!

“Hidden in the glorious wildness like unmined gold.” 
― John Muir

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Day #455 : 3 miles easy 9:15 pace

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Day #456 : 1.10 miles after 12 hours of driving in 10:00 behind the hotel in the yard. Back and forth and back and forth. Phew!

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Marathon #34 - Race Report coming soon. So I started easy and ran 11 in the first 2 hours before normal start (Harry and I started at the 7am start). We were a bit tired since we drove 12 hours out there the day before. Harry hung tough despite never having run more than 9 miles total and that being his last run (in January!!).. he seriously didn't run for two months before this. At about mile 15 I decided I was feeling good, and the foot was not hurting all that much. Then I took off. 8:39 mi 15, 7:37 mi 16, 8:07 mi 19, mile 20 7:38, mile 21, 7:43, 8:09 mile 23, 7:52 mile 25, 7:35 mile 26. Never run that fast in a marahton, even if the final time was a little slower than expected. I had fun which is what counts! 4:34 final time.

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Day #458 : 3.11 miles in 26:50; Apparently I ran a marathon Saturday. And then drove 800 miles home. Yeah Kind of a big deal. Didn't hurt all that much today. Maybe that means I am recovering?

"If you fart in an elevator, blame it on someone else." - Me.

 

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Day #459 : 4.5 miles, last 2.5 in 21:52

Recovering from the marathon - feeling pretty good. Did a couple miles in cemetery with the 100 mile kids, and then another run when I got home.

 

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