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This podcast was tougher for me to do than it looks. It took some self-reflection, some self-admission, and changing a long-held outlook I have dealt with for years. Parts of it may seem silly to others, even though it was important to me. It would be a fair assessment to call me naïve and possibly over-dramatic. But this was how my childhood dream…
 
Four days into my new training mindset. I was cruising – crushing workout after workout. Feeling great. Until… Waking up with an injured foot in WEEK ONE (of nearly 60 weeks to come) was something I didn’t expect. It threw me for a bit of a loop, and led me to lose focus – especially when it came to diet. I ate… bad things. I lost discipline for on…
 
With Ironman Chattanooga 70.3 now in the rearview, it’s time to look ahead. After much thought, I’ve decided it’s time to think big again. As the years fly by, these big events tend to feel more and more challenging. There’s just no better time than the present. This goal may be familiar… and it may not seem very exciting. But it’s something I must…
 
Inspired by our recent trip to Chattanooga, where we met up with over a dozen Team Ordinaries and participated in the Ironman Chattanooga 70.3, the podcast returns! That’s right! We’re back! It’s been about 5 months since our last podcast. It took an incredible weekend with incredible people to bring it back. Let’s get started by recapping the incr…
 
If you remember our podcast with Noah Cass, you’ll know of Kevin Coughlin. Kevin tagged along on the 145-mile run with Noah from Somers, CT to Lake George, NY. The excitement of that run lit a spark, and Kevin has been seeking bigger and better challenges ever since. He ran the 250 mile border of Connecticut. He has designs on a 500-mile run in his…
 
When you build a non-profit, your first concern is always “How do I help people?” Scott Frasard had an idea. He developed our Actually Autistic Athletes program and began searching for a participant. Jonah Papovich is a 15 year old who loves art and music. Exercise was never a main focus, but his mother Maureen thought it would expose him to someth…
 
Hope you all had a Happy Thanksgiving! Special thank you to all who participated in this weekend’s Ordinary Half Marathon – our informal fall race. We had more participants in this year’s half than last year. We love when we see our community growing. Especially now that everything benefits the Ordinary Marathoner Foundation. While you were all out…
 
Thank you for your patience as we work through a bit of a hiatus on the podcasting front. We have a bunch to catch up on including a number of big races that have taken place these past few weeks. We also discuss the incredible first year for the Ordinary Marathoner Foundation! This year we rolled out two programs and have more to come as we look f…
 
Greg Rajkovic is one of the more interesting characters I’ve come across while doing this podcast. He’s based near Seattle, but our virtual paths crossed on a USA Triathlon Zwift ride. We invited him to our weekly trivia ride, and his quick answers and near-perfect attendance made him a fixture there. Greg was a quiet guy at first. As we got to kno…
 
Noah Cass is a US Marine. When his friend Eddie Ryan was shot twice in the head leaving him paralyzed, Noah decided he wanted to help. Along with two friends, he decided to run from his home in Somers, CT, to Lake George, NY. The 145-mile journey would take more than two days. It was all captured on film in the documentary, Tougher Than a Tank. Noa…
 
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