I’ve spent quite a bit of time lately talking up the new Skechers GOtrail, so let’s dive into some specifics about why I love this shoe. I’ve put about 100 trail miles in the GOtrail, and I’m truly convinced that it’s one of the finest models that Skechers Performance has released so far. Continue reading Skechers Performance GOtrail
Over the next few weeks, I’d like to dive into more details about some of the new shoes that Skechers Performance is offering this spring. Up first is the Skechers GOrun Ride 5. Continue reading Skechers GOrun Ride 5
Since 2014, I have been a Skechers Performance Brand Ambassador, so I’ve had a unique opportunity to see many of the new models of Skechers running footwear early into their production. Here are a few of the new Spring 2016 models that have been released. Continue reading Skechers Performance 2016 Footwear
It’s hard to admit when you’re wrong. You set out determined to prove all the doubters wrong. You convince yourself that their advice is overstated and you’ll have no problem overcoming the challenges ahead. But occasionally, something will happen and you’ll have spare time sitting on the couch to think about what went wrong. As it turns out, sometimes they’re right. Continue reading New Focus: Statesman Capitol 10,000
Here we go again. I’ve probably started a blog post with those words before, but that’s the best way to put it. Continue reading Back to It
With six months to go until my 3rd marathon at the 2016 Chevron Houston Marathon, I thought it would be fun to look back at the last time I was six months away from running Houston. It was July 2013, and I was a much different runner.
Last October, I wrote a post entitled “Surviving the Wastelands” that touched on the difficulty that I had transitioning between being a weight-loss jogger to a marathoner. This year, I’m facing a new kind of wasteland that my coach, Steve Sisson, has entitled “The Suck.” Continue reading June 2015 Training Update – The Suck