OxenTales Episode 5 – The one with the big race.

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Week Five = The one about the race.

It’s all over! Last weekend was the North Face Endurance Challenge 50 miler and I had an AMAZING time. I talk about the fun I had, how amazed I was at the community of runners and about poop. Yep, poop.

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For those of you who are new, I do record these installments during my commute to work. So I apologize for all the background noise and distractions you will hear. Turn signals. Honking horns. My inability to pronounce words correctly. I leave most warts and all untouched.

I didn’t speak about him this week but I still want to show love for my physical therapist, Rich. Without him I would not have made it to the starting line last weekend. His full credentials are:
Rich Banton – Virginia Therapy & Fitness Center, Clinical Director (http://www.spinemd.com/our-team/physical…ts/richard-banton)

As always, I want to give credit to the music in this podcast:
“Life of Riley” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

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About OxenTrot

During the day, I am a mild mannered desk jockey who helps to manage a large IT company.  At night, I am a family man, who is insanely in love with his wife and a proud daddy to an amazing girl.  But in the pre-dawn hours, as most everyone else is still asleep, I am my alter ego.  During that time, I am: OxenTrot. Ox was a call sign bestowed upon me while I was an active duty United States Marine, mainly in tribute to the fact that I was a major gym rat. After 5 years and three tours of duty, I reentered the civilian world.  My call sign was replaced by my actual name but the Ox still lived inside. As I began to adapt to my new life, I also began to take on new adventures, such as starting a family, getting a “big boy” job and taking on endurance sports.
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