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February 4, 2017

Best Treadmills of 2017

Here in La Grande we haven’t seen much dry pavement the entire winter!  Most of the time the roads are compact snow and ice.  This can make running dicey, and sometimes you feel like it’s a toss up to go for the improved fitness and run outside or stay inside and ensure you don’t hurt…

January 1, 2017

2016 Season Highlights

2016 was finally the year where I was able to get back to some serious triathlon training after having a couple seasons where I was competing half-injured.  Not surprisingly, this resulted in much better race performances!  I guess training does work after all!   Early Season I like racing in the spring because I can…

November 30, 2016

Repent About Repentance #3 – Bible Dictionaries & Lexicons

  So far in this series we’ve looked at the occurrences where God repents in the Greek Old Testament, and how this is carried over into several English versions.  We’ve also examined how Josephus uses repentance, and how it is often employed in morally negative or morally ambiguous situations that do not result in people…

November 12, 2016

Zoot Ultra Tempo 6.0 vs. Zoot Ovwa 2.0 Review

One of the first questions I asked when I joined Team Zoot back in 2015 was, “What is the difference between the Zoot Ultra Tempo 6.0 and the Zoot Ovwa 2.0?”  I was looking for a racing shoe with a moderate amount of stability, and wanted to make the right choice.  At the time, the…

September 12, 2016

Scott T2 Palani 2.0 Running Shoe Review

  Review from Pro Triathlete Matt Sheeks   The Scott T2 Palani 2.0 may be just the ticket for you if you want a lightweight training shoe that is up to virtually any task.  Shelby from Run 26, a local running shoe store in my area, gave me these shoes to test out, and they…

July 3, 2016

Eastern Oregon Altitude Project # 2

In this post I’m going to cover the running territory and landscape we’ll experience at Eastern Oregon Altitude Project.   But first, I want to let you know that Eastern Oregon Altitude Project is locked and loaded and ready to go!  Reservations have been made and campers are signing-up. We just need a few more…

June 9, 2016

Eastern Oregon Altitude Project

If you want to run hard, put in the miles, live one week to its fullest, and experience God and the beauty of His creation, then you will want to investigate what the Eastern Oregon Altitude Project has to offer.   As you know, being a distance runner is BIG commitment which doesn’t stop when…

March 12, 2016

Kestrel 4000 Review

by Matthew Sheeks, professional triathlete.   There are a lot of Kestrel 4000 bike reviews out there, so what makes this one different?   (at 2015 Ironman Wales aboard my Kestrel 4000)     The main difference is that I have actually field tested the Kestrel 4000 bike extensively as a pro triathlete.  As of…