Why I Run Every Day running Mar 03, 2022

Before I explain why I run every day and the lesson you should take from doing so, I want to put things into context for you.

I'm 56 years young, and my 77-year-old mother has late-onset Alzheimer's. She's been suffering from it for over three years now. My mother's mother died of Alzheimer's.

Until about four or five years ago, I didn't take care of myself. I ate what I wanted and whether I exercised or not didn't matter to me.

And then Hurricane Harvey happened to the Houston...

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What I've Learned From Running Every Day Since August 29, 2017 health life running self improvement sports Feb 02, 2021

Hurricane Harvey.

A storm that people in the Houston area will never forget.

It made landfall three times in six days and lasted a record 117 hours, stalling over the Texas coast for four days. It caused more damage than any other storm up until that point except for Hurricane Katrina.

The storm dumped 1 trillion gallons of rain on Houston in four days. At its peak on September 1, 2017, one-third of Houston was underwater.

Prior to the storm, I was alternating running and riding my mountain...

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13 Days of Running at 5am podcast running Jan 06, 2021

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In this episode (the 6th of 365 new episodes in 2021), Mark shares what he's learned from running for 13 days in a row at 5am.

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1,000 Days In A Row running May 24, 2020

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On August 29, 2017, I began my run everyday run streak. In this episode, I share the WHY along with some nerdy stats with you and my plans for the future.

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