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A triathlon blog highlighting my multisport adventures and thoughts on living a revved up life.

Owner: Jeffrey_Weir

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Latest Blog Posts for Revved Up

  • New Opportunity - Long Island Marathon
    on Jan 5, 2013
    There is much more to come in the next few days, weeks and months. But here's a primer, I'm back. That's right. I'm on my way back to finding what makes me tick, what helps me manage my stress - what had become part of my identity. With encouragemen...
  • The Fall…From Fitness
    on Feb 21, 2012 in recovery comeback ING NYC Marathon
    Almost four months. That is how long it has been since I last posted. Did you miss me? Part of my absence has to do with some post-NYC Marathon blues. The other part has EVERYTHING to do with the fact that I have fallen from fitness. It’s not my...
  • Monument(al) RunIt has been a few since my last post - work and life interrupted me being able to post. It didn't stop me from running, though. In fact, over the last 13 days, I have run just over 64 miles at an average pace of 8:34 min/mile and an average HR of 134...
  • Beating the St. Louis Blues
    on Oct 15, 2011 in work run training ING NYC Marathon
    At the beginning of the week, I was off to St. Louis for some much needed management training. You know the place, the Gateway to the West... It was a great trip. Joining more than 50 of my colleagues from around the country, Mexico...
  • Mental & Physical Preparedness"Luck is for people who don't prepare." - unknown I can't think of a more supportive quote for today's post. I can say that because I know that I am well on my way to being fully prepared for the upcoming ING NYC Marathon. It is a mere 33 days and s...
  • Long Run Mistakes
    on Sep 28, 2011 in stats training ING NYC Marathon
    In thinking about this weekend's upcoming 20-miler, I came across an article that I'd read before over on Active, "7 Mistakes to Avoid on Your Long Runs," by Coach Jenny Hadfield. I believe that the article, overall, is targeted more toward beginner...
  • American Tobacco Trail...and Snakes!Per my ING NYC Marathon training guide that I wrote, this week was a back-down week for me. My long run was supposed to be an easy 13 miles. Unfortunately, I overslept (mistake 1) on Sunday morning. After a good breakfast, I decided to drive over to...
  • A Blessed Weekend
    on Sep 22, 2011 in 5k stats ING NYC Marathon
    This past weekend I was back home in Western Massachusetts. I couldn't have asked for a better homecoming. The weekend with Kerry was great. The highlight...going to church together! I had no idea that going to church alone could be so lonely after g...
  • Newton MV2 - My First ThoughtsI tweeted yesterday about how I was excited to have received my new Newton MV2s from Road Runner Sports (my favorite place to get shoes and gear). It took some serious restraint to not blow off my scheduled rest day and lace 'em up for a test run as...
  • Two-Twelve: Adding the Extra Degree
    on Sep 12, 2011 in inspiration motivation
    "The only thing that stands between a person and what they want in life is the will to try it and the faith to believe it is possible." - Rich DeVos Motivation. We all get it from somewhere...from someone. Often, we (and I mean endurance athletes) ha...
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