http://www.scienceofrunning.com/ It was available, and seemed to make the most sense. I wanted to get away from just using my name because that makes it seem like the website is all about me, when in reality it's about helping others and the interaction that occurs because of things I post.First, I've redesigned the website a little bit to make it a little more friendly for both the visitors and me in editing things. I've also changed the website address (though the old one will still work) so that it's easier to remember, find, and doesn't have that annoying .blogspot in it. I looked at several different website domains, but eventually settled on:
In reading a recent interview in Running Times with Olympic marathon champ Sammy Wanjiru I couldn’t help but notice a comment by him in the section detailing his typical training week:
“Sunday- No running ‘Rest- you get rest’ Wanjiru insists, noting that he believes the Japanese train too hard, too religiously. ‘You need sometimes to relax.’ “
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Over the years, I've noticed several key themes that seem to pop up in a variety of different situations. These apply not only to running or training, but to many other things. What I was left with is my eight rules of everything. I use them as reminders to keep me in check when looking at research, designing training, coaching, doing school work, analyzing arguments or just about anything.
Ryan ended up 2nd just half a second back of NXN champ Craig Lutz in an exciting race. He ran 8:59.14, his first sub 9, closing in about 4:25ish and 62.