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Bighorn 100: A Long Run with Friends.

As Robbie and I started to climb the last couple of miles towards the Dry Fork Aid station, I just realised that I was actually going to finish this race. The aid station was at mile 82.5. I felt alright and wasn’t having any major issues so barring any untoward incident, I was sure I […]

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Ketosis Update March 28th

These past week was probably the best as far as keto adaptation goes. I’m finally starting to see morning ketones higher than 0.5 mm/L on a regular basis. The highest reading this week was 0.7 which was the day after a full day fast. The full day fasts are definitely moving the process (of keto […]

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My Keto Adaptation story

The Beginning One of my first races in 2012 was the Salida Run Through Time Marathon and it didn’t go well. Halfway through the race, I started to bonk. Spent a large middle section of the race just hiking and eating in an attempt to recover a little. It worked, I was able to run […]

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Shake, Rattle & Run 5K

This last Saturday, I figured I hadn’t done a race in a while and needed to get out a do something fun. So I made a last minute decision to do the Shake, Rattle & Run 5K. This is a local race organized by the St. Anthony North Health Foundation held the Orchard Town center, a […]

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Running Gait Analysis

Finally got a chance to get my running gait analysed by Josh at Tri-Massage. It was a great sessions with lots of productive feedback. Got tons to work on if I want to qualify for Boston. Barefoot running in Slow Motion With shoes With shoes from behind

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