Gravity@1053′ Episode 23

Marty McFly: Wait a minute, Doc, are you trying to tell me that my mother has got the hots for me?
Dr. Emmett Brown: Precisely.
Marty McFly: Whoa, this is heavy.
Dr. Emmett Brown: There’s that word again; “heavy”. Why are things so heavy in the future? Is there a problem with the earth’s gravitational pull Gravity@1053′ podcast?

Back to the Future

Uh yeah… that’s right, it IS a Gravity@1053′ podcast… I know, I am speechless too.

Actually, in this episode, I talk about the (at least then) upcoming Knoxville Marathon and some of the potential issues that I was having leading up to the race. It was recorded in one run along the Will Skelton Greenway and parts of the Forks of the River Wildlife Management Area, two of my new fave places to run.

Following this episode, will be the audio OF the marathon, along with some commentary (I am imagining) during the run.

Then in Episode 25 will be audio of a post marathon run that I had with podcast extraordinaire, David Peach during a lunchtime run here in Knoxville.

That should carry me into May, which will be the Flying Pig Marathon, where I run my first “large sized” marathon. So we will see how I do there.


I have changed the format just a tad, it’s a new, easier to make Intro, then the “Core” of the show, I’ll have comments, questions, advertisements, etc, then the Outro. So, all in all, it should be easier to slap together ONCE the audio is edited but really, I plan on doing as little editing as possible and this should help keep Gravity on a less than every 6 month submission.


I am also planning on calling The Extra Mile submission line, so you will be able to catch me on that podcast AND I know that I will be on an upcoming Runner’s Roundtable in June.

Roger THAT!So, until then Fa’afetai for listening!

If you don’t already have (or had deleted by mistake) the feed for the podcast, you can get it here: Gravity@1053′ Feedburner

The direct download for the show can be found here: Gravity@1053′ Episode 23

About planet3rry

I'm a husband, father and runner in the Knoxville area. I love the way that running makes me feel and how it has changed my thinking. I am always looking for the new PR whether in the 5k or the marathon