Yes, I still walk.

Posted on 8 CommentsPosted in Asthma, Fitness Walking, Fitness/Training Update, Lifestyle changes, Walking, Walking shoes and apparel

Haven’t trained for or entered any races, or even taken any walks greater than 5 miles in almost 2 years now. However,come rain or shine, crappy breathing or not, I still get out and walk 3 to 4 miles almost every single day. My main motivation for doing so nowadays, is mostly to preserve what […]

The green shoes are back.

Posted on 4 CommentsPosted in Exercise&Fitness, Fitness Walking, Funny walking stuff, Marathon Training, Marathon walking, Race apparel, Racewalking, Walking, Walking shoes and apparel

Who hoo…scored! Remember the Asics Hyperspeed II and III’s that I had, but couldn’t make up my mind as to which ones to wear at last years Boston Marathon? Well, as much as I wasn’t too crazy for the lime green color, those Hyperspeed II’s were probably the most comfortable racing flats I’d ever worn. […]

Boston Wardrobe

Posted on 8 CommentsPosted in Boston Marathon, Exercise&Fitness, Marathon walking, Race apparel, Walking, walking events, Walking shoes and apparel

A few changes and some new additions to my racing apparel for the upcoming marathon. Starting with the shoes… On Dave Mc Govern’s recommendation, I switched to a slightly more supportive shoe. I over-pronate big time and the shoes that I had been wearing for the last year or so, though very comfortable, offered absolutely […]

Your mileage may vary

Posted on 9 CommentsPosted in Asthma, Fitness Walking, Marathon Training, Racewalking, Shortness of Breath, Walking, Walking shoes and apparel

Well, despite a few minor setbacks, I still managed to end the year with883 miles walked. A drop of almost 400 miles from my best walking year back in 2006, but nonetheless, still impressive when you consider what I have to work with. Overall, my basic walking routine really hasn’t changed that much, I’m still […]