KMoz Training Log: April 20 – April 26

Tri training is kicking into full gear. As always, and as I’ve found this is especially true when training for triathlons, the training can take presidence over other activities. I’m working 11-12 hours a day (something that I think is semi-normal in NYC) so trying to train at all is a challenge, but trying to…

Product review: Fitocracy iPhone App

After doing the City Challenge OCR last fall, I was forced to face a fact that ‘Id known but had ignored for so long: my legs are strong, every other part of me is not. Super not. The penalty at that race for skipping an obstacle was jump squats and I was like, “Monkey bars?!…

Race Review: B.A.A. 5K

BAA 5K April 18, 2015 Boston Common   Ok guys, it’s marathon weekend in Boston and this race takes you over the finish line, so everything else about it could have been terrible and it still would have been the best 5k ever, but it’s not: this is a really great race. The course is an…

Dealing with almost injury

I think the only thing worse than being injured is the threat of injury. I’ve spent a lot of time injured. In 2010 I ran my first marathon and was semi new to the distance running game. I had run a handful of half marathons, but still made stupid mistakes like trying to break in…