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Friday, October 15, 2010

The 20MR Episode 69: Reasons Why We Run # 1 - Solitude



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Thanks for coming along for Episode 69. We begin on the silly side--take a listen; you'll understand. But from there, we soon get to all things running. Among some updates and items of discussion:
  • New shoes
  • How many miles can you get on one pair?
  • What about minimalist shoes? 
  • Update on the last weeks running (hint: it's going well as we begin preparation for the half)
  • Plans for the half marathon's training schedule
The bulk of the show is spent discussing the first reason I run. Though not in any order of importance, each one has its place. The discussion today--and for the next few weeks--deals with items that you don't ordinarily hear discussed, such as solitude.

I hope you enjoy this episode and the series we are beginning today. And as always,

Thanks for sharing some of the road with me,


The 20 Minute (chi) Runner


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The opening and closing music is entitled "Point of No Return" and is from the album by the same name by Roger Subirana. Check it out at Jamendo.

The song heard in the body of the podcast is entitled "Late 80s Post-Apocalyptic Halloween Party / Albeit" by Al Phlipp and the Woo Team. Check it out at Music Alley.

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