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Carlsbad Running Lab

San Diego, CA


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Carlsbad Running Lab in Virginia Beach

Posted on September 7, 2014 at 7:41 PM Comments comments (101)
What a great day! I was able to share my love of running with some Virginia Beach runners at Mount Trashmore Park. 

Thanks Gaby, Nicole & Rosie! 

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America's Finest City Half Marathon & 5K

Posted on September 7, 2014 at 7:31 PM Comments comments (102)
The 37th annual America's Finest City Half Marathon & 5K was held on Sunday, 8/17/14 in San Diego, CA. I ran the Half Marathon race, which started at the Cabrillo National Monument and ended in Balboa Park. For more details, please visit:

It was a great run with scenic views along the way.  Can't wait to do it again next year!

With the successful completion of the America's Finest City Half Marathon, plus the La Jolla and Carlsbad Half Marathons - I earned my 2014 Triple Crown!

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Bolt to the Q 5K 2014

Posted on September 7, 2014 at 7:14 PM Comments comments (90)
The 4tth annual Kaiser Permanente "Bolt to the Q" 5K & Kids 1K Fun Run was held on Sunday, 7/20/14. Proceeds from this event will help provide homeless women and children wilth basic household necessities as they transition into their new home. For more information, please visit their website:

Carlsbad Running Lab was represented by Coach Jeff, Rosie & Matthew. Way to got team!

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Running Motivation

Posted on July 4, 2014 at 2:47 PM Comments comments (0)

What's your motivation?

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Happy 1st Anniversary, Aaron!

Posted on July 4, 2014 at 2:45 PM Comments comments (0)
 Carlsbad Running Lab celebrates 
Aaron's one year anniversary
 of running and endurance training 
with San Diego Running Coach Jeff. 

Thank you, Aaron for your commitment to 
improving your running skills and to Carlsbad Running Lab!  
We're so proud of your progress & accomplishments!

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Happy 4th of July!

Posted on July 4, 2014 at 2:20 PM Comments comments (0)

Have a fun & safe 4th of July!

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Rock 'n Roll Seattle Marathon & Half Marathon

Posted on June 26, 2014 at 12:57 AM Comments comments (3)

Congratulations to Aaron for finishing 
Way to go Aaron!

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Ragnar Relay So Cal 2014 Experience

Posted on May 27, 2014 at 2:09 AM Comments comments (0)

This is one of our most popular races in the series for a big reason - the course is spectacular! Running under the stars at night, seeing your team at three beach exchange points and finishing under the sun is a great way to celebrate with your friends. Huntington Beach, the Pacific Coast and a big party at the finish line await you and your fellow runners in Downtown San Diego.

I ran with team Road Runner Sports Ultra Team. We had great team and ran a good relay race. We placed second among Ultra teams and fifth overall. 

This was my first Ragnar and it was an awesome experience. The biggest take-a-ways from the Ragnar Relay are to have a plan and have fun. I learned a lot from this experience and plan to run it again next year. 

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Road Runner Sports Ragnar Ultra Team 2014

Posted on May 27, 2014 at 1:46 AM Comments comments (0)

Road Runner Sports Ragnar Ultra Team:

Todd, Bryon, Garret, Coach Jeff & Michael

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2014 Carlsbad 5000 Experience

Posted on May 27, 2014 at 1:31 AM Comments comments (0)
Carlsbad 5000

This is a very well organized event. The course is fast but challenging. I've run this race a few times in the past and have always enjoyed the experience. 

Here is a recap from The Carlsbad 5000:

I have to say that running a race in your hometown is always an advantage. Fortunately, I didn't have a lot of planning to do for this race. I relied on my normal warm-up routine. I started with my jog and running drills to loosen my body up. I was able to stay relaxed for the start. My goal for this race was to run a comfortable fast race. I decided not to wear a watch for this race because I simply wanted to listen to my body while I was running. I felt the watch would have interfered with me running a strong race. 

I made my way over to the start line. The race started on time. I started running and was feeling really good. I got to the first mile marker and was running at a 5:30 pace. I approached the second mile marker and clock read 12 and some change. I stared to push my pace a bit then I started to feel my left hamstring starting to tighten up. I decided at that point to go on cruise control. I finished at 18:46. I cut almost 2 minutes from the race the year before. I completed my goal and was very happy with my finish. 

Runners should always set goals and those goals should be obtainable. I never set goals to break personal best. My goals are to finish strong without injuring myself. I have  great success with my running by setting goals. I challenge all runners to set goals for themselves. By setting goals, you will notice improvements and can also become proud of your accomplishments!

- Coach Jeff

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