Monthly Archives: August 2013

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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Our Golden Girl, Alexis Faulknor

Dr. Paul, I want to take this time to say thank you for playing such a significant role in my life and the life of my daughter, Alexis.  For many years you have played a key role in our success … Continue reading

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Best Running Shoes for 2013

Where did all the strength and longevity in running shoes go?  I can remember shoes lasting 500-600 miles 15 years ago.  Nowadays, if you get more than 300 miles, you probably weigh 125 pounds or have excellent running mechanics.   All … Continue reading

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Hitting V02 Max with RunKeeper on the Bump

I ran “The Bump and Grind” at noon today at 90 degrees in between some monsoonal rain showers; reminded me of Hawaii.  Ironically, it was almost as difficult as a typical 105-degree desert evening “Bump” run.  Hard to believe I was the … Continue reading

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