Tag: Running

Winter Running, Audio Books, Better Eating

We’ve been really lucky in Montana as far as winter weather goes. Or unlucky, depending on your perspective. February has been on track to be the warmest ever for Helena, 13 degrees above average. This’ll be only the 3rd day this month we’ve remained below freezing and we’ve had several days near or above 60. […]

Setting my running goals for 2015

Last year I became a bit more dedicated to my running interests. Living in Helena provides plenty of opportunity for my feet to hit the pavement (and dirt). Even though Helena is the capitol city for Montana, traffic is relatively light and I’ve laced up the shoes after work and have run from one end of […]

#TeamBeef at Ragnar Relay Napa Valley

I’m an aspiring runner. There was one day in high school where I ran a mile in 6:30 and that’s likely as fast as I’ll ever be. I don’t run marathons, and a 10k is a comfortable distance for me right now. In all reality, I hate running and push myself out of bed each […]

Montana Running Ranchers Head to Napa Valley for Ragnar Relay

About the farthest I’ve ever managed to run in a day is a 10k (6 miles) race earlier this year, and other than that I’ve been pretty content with 5 miles or less. You can usually catch me in the gym or on the county roads running a 5k fairly regular. For me, running has […]

Blackberry App Review: Endomondo (Free version)

Let’s face it, I’m no Mobile Farmer when it comes to Smartphones. I just graduated from my so-called “dumbphone” last November and even though my Blackberry has smartphone capabilities, it’s far from meeting that potential in the hands of this guy. Earlier this year I announced my plans to participate in a Tough Mudder competition to […]

Can Team Beef Be A Tough Mudder?

Oh yeah. I’m kind of excited about this one. How about branching out into one of the toughest, most fun competitions I’ve seen in quite a while? I’m talking about the Tough Mudder! A series of obstacles – obviously including lots of mud – that take competitors through the trenches, under the “Devil’s Beard”, in […]

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