Monthly Archives: April 2007

Running The Steepest Streets in Los Angeles

In preparation for the US Mountain Running Championships in New Hampshire this June, I’ve had to really up the intensity of my workouts. The usual mountain trail runs with an average grade of 10% to 12% just won’t cut it anymore, so I’ve taken to the streets – but not just any streets – the steepest streets in Los Angeles. Continue reading

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Supreme Master TV Interview

Supreme Master Television, a large satellite TV station committed to conscious programming and positive news approached me to spread the word of health around the world. This station has a huge following in Europe and the Middle East, and a large internet audience here in the States. What a great opportunity to get this message out there. Continue reading

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Derby Days 5K

As part of my ‘5k every weekend’ training plan I decided to enter into the very competitive quite unique Derby Days 5k in Arcadia, CA. This race includes a flattish PR friendly course, incredible talent and some of the most scenic views in all of California. The race starts off by running through the fabled Santa Anita Race Track (the home of Seasbiscuit)… Continue reading

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New training strategy – a 5k race every weekend

Oh, the joys of being injured… Since the vast majority of my training is uphill (due to runner’s knee), I very rarely if ever get any speed work done. The fastest that I can run up my normal 10% to 14% slopes is just a hair under an 8 minute mile, which is almost three minutes slower per mile than the marathon pace I need to hit to qualify for the Olympic trials… Continue reading

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