Archive for December, 2011

Start Spreading the News

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I had one of those moments today. The world was turning as usual. I was holding doors for people, doing my coworkers favors, and then WHAM. I was hit by a piano being played by a skinny blonde lady with large pockets. That piano was playing New York, NY.

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My Dog Ate My Blog

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Recently, it was brought to my attention that there were a handful of folks actually reading my blog. So, it makes me feel a little guilty that I've been neglecting it. Approximately six months ago I wrote on my way up to spectate Lake Placid. Since then, I've completed the GORUCK 24 hour challenge on 9/11, learned to do pushups (huge for me), and ran a few road races. As we round the corner into ...

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Treadmill World Record Revisited

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DSC03957smallFor those of you who are new around here, I figured it would be a good idea to fill you guys in on a little City Coach history. Back in April 2004, City Coach co-founder Christopher Bergland set the world record by running 153.76 miles in 24-hours on a treadmill. To this day it is the most amazing and humbling athletic accomplishment that I ...

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Strength Training Workshop for Runners and Triathletes

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Strength

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NYRR Jingle Bell Jog Race Results

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Congratulations to Luke McCambley on his podium finish at yesterday's NYRR Jingle Bell Jog. Luke finished the 6k (3.72 mile) course in 19:54 (5:21/mile), good for 3rd place. 

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More On Cycling Related Law Enforcement

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With the recent vilification of cyclists by the NY Post, NY Daily News, as well as many within the NYPD and Parks Department, allow me to bring a little balance and perspective to the situation.

While it's certainly true that some cyclists break traffic laws and are a danger to others, it's also true that cyclists seem to be receiving a disproportionate amount of anger from the public, media and law enforcement.

The NYDN's four reporters who wrote ...

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