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Walking: Sat, 15 Jun 2019 21:17:59

Lovely. Cut it a mile short because a 16E bus driver for ART—Arlington Transit—took pity on me while I was wandering around the Pentagon and stopped in the middle of the road and let me on, God bless him. I was done but I would’ve done the rest. But I appreciated the generosity and kindness. I even had a metro card so it was all good!

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Moon, Mars, and the Air Force Memorial

Walking: Fri, 14 Jun 2019 20:26:07

Sadly, this was surely a spirited walk instead of a run, but I was just getting my body prepared. And I might do a few more of these before I move into my Cliff Young Ultra Shuffle. 

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ChrisCast Episode 1: Sportif

ChrisCast Episode 1: Sportif

This is the episode where I almost cop to an eating disorder and then complain a lot about how heavy I am.

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Memories of my SOMA Delancey Gucci Bike POW MIA RIP Berlin

Memories of my SOMA Delancey Gucci Bike POW MIA RIP Berlin

Here’s a memoriam to my one and only truly Guccified bike.

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My buddy Mark Harrison texted me this photo to show that my pre-2010 Specialized Langster Gangster single-speed aluminum bike is being well-loved and well-used to this day, 3 years after it was gifted to our friend, Frank Merfort's, handsome son, I think who's name is Mika.

My Specialized Langster Gangster single speed bike lives on in Berlin!

My buddy Mark Harrison texted me this photo to show that my pre-2010 Specialized Langster Gangster single-speed aluminum bike is being well-loved and well-used to this day, 3 years after it was gifted to our friend, Frank Merfort’s, handsome son, I think who’s name is Mika.

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omad is one meal a day diet

Do two solid 19:5 days make a trend?

I’ve been trying for years to get my IF 20:4 sorted and it looks like I’ve finally convinced my actual self to actually do it. I know it’s only two days! But I’ve done a lot with two successful days in a row. And each day is a restricted 1,500 low carb day, too.

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How Your Running Shoes Have Evolved

Our running shoes have undergone dramatic changes over the last couple of centuries. Science and technology are now the driving force behind all our athletic footwear giving us much more support and comfort and even improving the way we run. And with this technology continually improving, what will the next generation of running shoes look and feel like?

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Sweet running loops from the PBC boathouse

Now that I am going to be spending so much more time at the PBC boathouse, I thought I would start jogging those loops again since the boathouse is literally on the loop I used to take before.

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My proposed routes to commute to the Potomac Boat Club from Columbia Heights

Like I proposed yesterday, I will try to spend a lot more time at the Potomac Boat Club boathouse in DC and I propose to get there and back on my Surly Steamroller. There are three routes that I have been able to come up with for this trip that I might choose between or try and then choose one or maybe choose which one to use depending on time and weather.

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lynda carter potomac boat center aarp pbc

My latest plan for getting fit fast

I plan to spend my workdays at my sports club since they have Wi-Fi, someplace nice to work, air conditioning, lots of changes to work out, and it’s far from access to junk food. It’s also around lots of fit people, I pay dues, and I’ll pedal bicycle the 4.6 miles there and the 4.6 miles home. Perfect!

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