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Stop the Dad Bod

Stop the Dad Bod is about taking charge to fix my bad habits and make my Dad Bod look good again.

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Get Recognized and Help Motivate

I am in the middle, OK about a third of the way through a book titled, "You are an Ironman" which is shared stories of six individuals not only about their lives but their journey to completing their first ever... Continue Reading →

There’s no time, I have a Baby

We are all presented with the same 24 hours each day and how we prioritize them is up to us.  Sometimes I notice that I spend my whole day knowing I need to accomplish "Priority -A-" but I find every... Continue Reading →

Who Needs Socks

Wearing shoes may it be running, hiking, working or walking, should be paired with socks. Sometimes it is fine to not wear socks, when your wearing sandals, do not wear socks when wearing sandals! Socks are the seat belts to... Continue Reading →

A Quick Note

This was a really great week!  There is still some exercising left for today but I have ran 16 miles thus far and biked 30, week starting Monday. Today has started very great as I helped out a friend at... Continue Reading →

July 4th = Perfect Day

July 4th presented its self as the perfect day to me, I got to live the life of a professional athlete. Woke at 6am to hang out with Sky for 3 hours while Kelly got to catch up on some... Continue Reading →

Start of the day

Kelly wanting to make up for our dinner last night made some egg/egg white scrambled with spinich and bacon. With the sun shining as bright as it is so early in the morning we are probably going to head to... Continue Reading →

6 Mile Run = Use Your Time Wisely

In honor of National Running Day 2012 I did a 6 mile run.  As many if not all of you know that while running or exercising our minds OK at least my mind wonders into thought.  Today I am lucky... Continue Reading →

4 Mile Run = Thank You!

To start let me say I am the guy that knows I can do ANYTHING!  However often realizing after the fact how challangeing a task is that I have accepted.  Prime example is the first half marathon that I ever... Continue Reading →

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