I hate Galloway’s Run-Walk-Run Method, any comments?

So, since I started the official Run Disney training program on July 2nd, I have been trying to do the run-walk-run method that is at the core of Jeff Galloway’s training system. Interval training has been proven to prevent injury and actually increase a runner’s pace. However, I am not enjoying it. I’ve tried different […]

Last Week Was Crazy Busy

Had a friend in from out of town and no time to blog! Then I flew home to Florida on Sunday. So, here’s last week’s running in a nutshell:   Distance: 17.13 miles Duration: 3:14:55 Split Pace: 11:30 min/mile   There was a big difference in the day-to-day split paces this week. See 10:20 min/mile […]

Disney Quote of the Day!

“She believed in dreams, all right, but she also believed in doing something about them. When Prince Charming didn’t come along, she went over to the Palace and got him.” – Walt Disney (On Cinderella) “UGH. I guess I’ve got to go, like, move the plot or something. Never leave a Prince Charming to do […]

Disney Quote of the Day

Here it is! In its very own post! Disney Quote of the Day: “Take the straight and narrow path and if you start to slide, give a little whistle! Give a little whistle! And always let your conscience be your guide.” – Jiminy Cricket, Pinocchio     I wonder if Jiminy’s strategy works with diet pitfalls […]

New Method of Posting Statistics

So, I’ve been recording my “Stats” for my own benefit, but as has been apparent, I am really, really lazy about getting on a blogging when I’ve gone for a run. I’m constantly posting my stats late (as well as missing weekly blog features like #FitFriday and The Weekly Cool Down, which I will try […]

Official Training Commences!

As of yesterday, the Official Walt Disney World Marathon Training Program has commenced. My “real” training has begun! This training program consists of two forty-five minute runs and one “long” run a week. For simplicity’s sake, I will be now recording my runs in miles instead of kilometers, as the long run goals set out […]