Training became a metaphor for the transformation taking place mentally, physically, and emotionally within me. I call this my year of reinvention.
I could hardly catch my breath. I thought about all the times that a run ended with me on the ground, unconscious… What in the world am I doing here?
This was my first marathon. I have been running for 3 years and decided a year ago that it was time to move up from the half marathon to the full.
This years' CNO Financial Indianapolis Half Marathon will be extra special to me this year based on a series of events that occurred last year.
My name is David Wilkerson I have been asked to do a blog for the upcoming CNO Financial Indianapolis Monumental Marathon!
It’s amazing how you can become what you never thought you might be.
Neale comes from a background in Track and Field, but doesn’t consider himself “a runner”. That being said, he’s in the middle of training…
Ever since my dad passed away in 2011, I have been looking for something that I could do to honor my late father.
Even though I didn't end up hitting my goal time or PRing my race, I got the surprise of my life at the end.
Having my family at the race is a very different experience than when I ran alone.
I just wanted to take a moment to share with you a personal story for the upcoming Marathon.
Mr. Robert told me that he wanted to feel the wind on his face again, like he once was able to do in his incredibly active life prior to Huntington's.
I would see someone out for a run, and for the first time in my life, I was jealous of them. Before the accident, I had no ambition to run.
I made a promise to my daughter, but most importantly to myself
You love to run. What would you do if you suddenly lost that ability?
If I hadn't done it as a much younger and fitter man, why would I do it now?