Liza Howard

Liza Howard

Liza Howard is a national champion runner with multiple records in distances ranging from marathons to 100 mile trail races.

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Liza Howard

Liza Howard is a national champion runner with multiple records in distances ranging from marathons to 100 mile trail races.


Steve Jones and good days

My friend Olga sent me a link to this video of Steve Jones in a 10,000 meter race.  It’s awesome and and I wanted to make sure you all had seen it.  Thanks again Olga. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UlinW5ZwzGc&feature=related] I sent the video to my running buddies when I first saw it.  Then T. told a friend who was [...]

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Racing tumbleweeds

So there’s a bit of altitude here in Albuquerque.  I had the most pitiful run around the Albuquerque Academy campus (above) earlier tonight.  The tumbleweeds were blowing around a lot faster than I was moving. This one in particular. I took a lot of pictures of the tumbleweeds here during breaks in the class.  They’re just so [...]

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Deicing

It’s 11pm and I’m sitting in the Dallas airport. We just got off the plane that was supposed to take us to Albuquerque because one of the window deicers wasn’t working. This was known before we boarded, while we boarded, and for the twenty minutes we sat on the plane waiting to take off. There are lots of young soldiers on [...]

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Albuquerque bound

I’m headed to Albuquerque tonight to teach over the long weekend.  I am, of course, unpacked and unprepared to leave.  I imagine the time between sipping my instant latte at the dining room table here while Eliot mixes up a batch of bread in the kitchen, and boarding the plane tonight will disappear.  I also know that somehow it’ll [...]

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Figure-8 movement

There’s a great article by Vicky Hallett in the Washington Post about sports bras — that my dad sent me.  Here are some gems: “Most bras address vertical movement but fail to control the breasts when they shift in other directions.” “Different types of activity really require quite different support,” [...]

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