The Willimantic Classic

Earlier today, I posted to Twitter and IG information on the Willimantic Classic….it is occurring that first weekend of May and should be a good race. As I struggle through my rehab, I am exploring this one as an option to run in the spring. Here is the tweet and IG from this morning You…

Day after…

So here are my stats for yesterday’s Newburyport Half Marathon I finished in the top 18% of the participants I finished in the top 25% of men In finished in the top 15% of my age category (40-44) I recorded my second best half marathon time at 1:49 (8:22 pace) I came out with no…

5 for Friday: Feeling Good and getting stronger!

If you do what you always did, you will get what you always got – Anonymous I has been a quiet week on the blogging front here at Bmacrunning, but that does not mean things are quiet on thr running front! In fact, things are quite the opposite and improving for the first time in…

TR: You want the foam? You got the foam…and orthotics?

So the big story of my running life over the past 24 hours was centered around the information I recieved from the physical therapist I met with yesterday. She said I had flat feet and this was to blame for all these nagging injuries of the last few months (somewhat of a relief I think…

5 for Friday: Big Bear Chase me!

I was always a big John Candy fan growing up. He was in many movies and more often than not, the story lines were not great. But he was one funny individual and that gave me a reason to watch! One movie of his has always stuck out to me: “The great outdoors!” In this…

5 for Friday: Good and Evil

People’s character is there behavior…we are all capable of good and evil – Bertie Carvel A year ago, when I laced up my Asic GT 2000s for a long run, I was not familiar with “runchats,” “bibchats,” or anything in between. Bibrave was not really a thought in my mind and the “bmacrunning” website was…

Next Race: Yankee Homecoming 10miler!

Heading into the Runners World Classic this past weekend, I was hurting, sluggish and debating my ability to run any distances. Flashforward 3 days and I have done a complete 180! I am unsure if it is the pains unwinding, the fact that I am playing soccer again or the audible book I am currently…

Race Reviews: Runners World Classic

(This was previously posted at BibRave.com, click here for more analysis) Hat Tricks are typically for hockey but not this past weekend! I had the pleasure (if you want to call high temperature levels and decent hills pleasurable) of running in Runners World Classic, at Merrimac College via the Hat Trick: three races – I…

1, 2, 3..it’s a Hat Trick!

Over the past few months, I have been sharing with you information on the Runners World Classic, which took place this past weekend. As mentioned in those notes, tweets and what we else I use to communicate, was the fact that I was running the “Hat Trick” which was a 5k, 10k and the half…

2 down, 1 to go!

Wow, so I referred to a plan on how I was going to run the Running World Classic yesterday on 5 for Friday . It involved taking it easy on the 5k, ramping it up on the 10k and then taking it him on Sunday (tomorrow) on the half marathon. So what actually happened? I…

5 for Friday: #RWClassic Edition!

So it is GAMETIME! Ok, almost game time as my quest to complete the “Hat Trick” at the Runners World Classic begins at 7am tomorrow. Admittedly I am going into this weekend injured, still battling ankle issues but I have my brace and my Hoka’s…thus I should be good to go! (Btw, there is still…