Category Archives: Running a Marathon

Aches and Pains as You Train-The Runner’s Roadside Repair Kit

The “Race to be Ready,” a 5K/1K  Walk-Run and a FREE one-of-a-kind Emergency Preparedness Expo which I am the Race Director of, will be held at the Rancho Mirage High School on March 30th.  This will be an event certain … Continue reading

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New Year, New Race, How to Run a 5K

With the start of the New Year comes a lot of excitement!!  I want to thank all of you who have visited the blog for the last two years as we now have over 650,000 visits.  I pledge to continue … Continue reading

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Loren Nancarrow – R.I.P.

Loren Nancarrow, RIP When Susie saw me before paddling out to say goodbye to Loren she said, “Those were the good ol’ days!”  As I watched her paddle out to say goodbye to the consummate husband, father and friend, I … Continue reading

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The Santa Monica 5000

I ran in my favorite LA race October 6th, The Santa Monica 5000, even though I did the 10K.  I was able to see family, friends, patients, coaches and professional colleagues. It was a special day because I was helping … Continue reading

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A Lesson In Peace Making

I am a competitive runner who is a doctor, or maybe I should phrase, I am a doctor who is a competitive runner/athlete.  I write about health and how to keep your body healthy and in motion.  I write about … Continue reading

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