Author Archives: Rod Hasker

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The view from my porch There is magic in running. I absolutely love to run until I’m so tired I can’t run any farther! I love to see how long it takes me to recover enough to run again! Following is an interview Lance Armstrong did with Ryan Hall. You will be quite surprised to […]

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The view from my porch Put tons of positive emotion in your running! Run tall, display your pride when running. Be happy! Don’t be mean! Never be mean! Leave any mean in you at home, running doesn’t need mean! I learned of really great news yesterday, Ernie Roundtree is running Boston this year! This all […]

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The view from my porch No matter your infirmity running can help you heal! Running can help you strengthen and correct imperfections in your body and your mind! IT DOES! It doesn’t do crap for ugly, just ask Dan Rusk, but it will help you run faster so you have a better chance of escaping […]

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The view from my porch I don’t know about y’all but I have learned for a fact that past performances don’t insure future results. Train as hard as you can, training with all the components of smart training, is the only sure way to performance improvement! There is the beginning of a new crew at […]

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The view from my porch I MUST say it again, I LOVE this weather! As I left the mill this morning I had the thought, “jeez I hope I never get this right!” If I ever got it right there may not be a reason to continue practicing! Dress warm, be safe, continue to RUN! […]

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The view from my porch I LOVE this weather! One of the most pleasant experiences I find is seeing other runners! Young and old, fast or slow, there is a communion we runners of all abilities share in. There is so much inspiration seeing other running and working on their fitness. Some pass by with […]

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The view from my porch Here we are in a new year, whoopee! That’s a sincere whoopee, not sarcasm! Many think of the New Year as marking “out with the old and in with the new.” I don’t subscribe to that adage. I see life as a continual forward motion, constantly attempting to improve every […]

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The view from my porch HAPPY YEAR 2019 TO Y’ALL!!! For the New Year I recommend hangin’ with those who see goodness in you. Stay close to those who believe in YOU and your talents! Set out each day with a positive attitude and make your fondest dreams happen! I see a number of folks […]

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The view from my porch FROM THE RRCA http://campaign.r20.constantcontact.com/render?m=1101454195894&ca=8a46bdd8-6da7-473d-9fcf-8340e0a7e541 2019 RRCA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP EVENT SERIES: April 14, 2019 – 10 Mile National Championship – Presidio 10, San Francisco, CA April 27, 2019 – 10K National Championship – Get in Gear 10K, St. Paul, MN May 11, 2019 – Ultra National Championship – Ice Age Trail […]

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The view from my porch Please pray with all your heart for Alyssa O’Malley, and Joe. She is having surgery today. FROM MARKUS MUELLER Markus is a VERY accomplished Ultra Runner, historian, and author. A short history of Trans Continental footraces For a while I wanted to publish a pdf about the history of all […]

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