Technology can be a somewhat divisive topic for runners. On the one hand, there are those who — quite properly — celebrate the fact that if you want to be a runner, all you need to do is start running. I’d argue a well-fitting pair of shoes is pretty important to the process, but you don’t **need** to go out and buy lots of (often expensive) equipment to get in the game. You just run. And that’s a good thing. At the other end of the spectrum, running provides the opportunity to totally geek out with technology you might not …
So, here we are…it’s April, and the race is a week away and approaching fast. I’ve been feeling better this week, although I’ve been careful with my training runs to avoid injury. It’s likely I’m being overly cautious, but as the saying goes, once burned, twice shy. Details after the jump.
When Things Fall Apart I haven’t posted for the last couple of weeks, mostly because there hasn’t been a lot of training going on to talk about. There are a variety of reasons for that — many are the typical challenges everyone faces. Some perhaps less so. I’ll explain after the jump.