Month: January 2018

5K Family Affair – Fun and Medals to Boot

My running goal for 2018 was to skip marathons and focus on shorter races.  Saturday saw my first 5K of the season – the Achieva Run For Good 5K in downtown Sarasota.  It was a family affair with my son William and grandson Liam also participating.   The race was two laps around the park with a mix on cinder track, grass and concrete.  The race went well, finishing in 25:04 and taking 2nd place in the 60-64 age group.  Also William got his first running medal – placing 3rd place in his age group.

Next week we have the season’s first half marathon – the Sarasota Music Half Marathon.  Looking for a time between 2:00:00 and 2:15:00.  Let’s see what happens.

 

KT Tape Helps Pats Get To Superbowl

Well I guess the sale of KT Tape is about to rise.  Word out from the web site SportTechie that Tom Brady used the magical tape on his injured thumb during the New England Patriots win over the Jacksonville Jaguars Sunday.  He even held his hand up post game to prominently display the letters “KT” on his thumb.  brady What a piece of great free advertising!

As a long time user of KT Tape for taping up my ankles, feet and lower legs, I am proud that Mr. Brady has joined the club.

For those of you have not used kinesiology tape or KT Tape, as it is known, I highly recommend it to get you through some tough workouts or races.

Baked Salmon with Citrus Salad

The health benefits of salmon have been well documented. High in many nutrients and low in carbs, it is a great supper dish. Here is an easy recipe that takes less than 30 minutes to prepare. I use bagged salad mix for convenience (make sure you wash it before use) and my oranges of choice are navels. Enjoy. Continue reading “Baked Salmon with Citrus Salad”