My Appearance on “Nightline” Was Brief, But Here’s The Link!

March 7, 2017

I was recently interviewed by Nick Watt from ABC News, regarding my friendship with Richard Simmons, Slimmons, and the “Missing Richard Simmons” podcast, and the footage was included in a piece in “Nightline”! Read the rest of this entry »


A Wickedly Difficult Birthday Challenge: Five Runs. Five Counties. One Day!

March 7, 2017

My birthday was on Sunday, and I celebrated by undertaking a big fitness challenge: by going on five runs, in five different counties, all in one day! This idea has been rolling around in my head for a few years. It was a different type of running challenge – one that would push me, and, at the same time, introduce me to new areas of southern California. This year it was time to finally bite the bullet! I gave myself a couple rules: Read the rest of this entry »


Eating Well With My Sister in Chicago. No, Scratch That… Eating GREAT!

March 3, 2017

Want to eat healthy while visiting Chicago? Stay with my sister Laura. Seriously. I’ll give you her number if you want. (No I won’t.) I stayed a few days with her after the Hancock race, and she made making good choices while traveling super easy. And her dog Conrad is a cutie!

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Conrad is 13 years old and completely blind, and I love hanging out with him! Laura has been on her own health kick for quite some time, and she’s still going strong: Read the rest of this entry »


My First Visit to Minnesota… and It Only Lasted 22 Hours!

March 2, 2017

You’ve already seen my race recap from the Minneapolis Fight For Air Race, so this post is about the rest of my Minnesota visit. Even though I didn’t spend much time there (less than a day!), I had a wonderful visit to the Land of 10,000 Lakes, and a big reason why is Read the rest of this entry »


I’ve Hustled During Dozens of Races… But on Sunday, I Hustled Up The Hancock for the Very First Time!

February 27, 2017

I teased, in my last post, that the stair race I did on Sunday was in an iconic, landmark building, and I didn’t lie. Recognize this 100-story beast?

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Did you guess the John Hancock Center in Chicago? Pat yourself on the back! If you don’t recognize it from that angle, you’ll probably recognize it now: Read the rest of this entry »


Sixty Minutes of Stairs (Minneapolis Fight For Air Climb Race Recap)

February 27, 2017

On Saturday morning, I raced up a 31-story stairwell SEVEN TIMES in one hour. That’s 217 stories in 60 minutes! Just typing those sentences summons twangs of disbelief, even though every syllable is true. The disbelief, though, is quickly overshadowed by more powerful feelings. Pride. Gratitude. Thrill. Come with me, I’ll walk you through that morning!

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My Reaction to the First 2 Episodes of “Missing Richard Simmons.” PLUS, Why I’m Nervous as Hell For This Weekend

February 23, 2017

The first two episodes of “Missing Richard Simmons” are now available (listen to them here), and they’re straight-up riveting. It’s an eye-opening, poignant look at an enigmatic, fascinating man.

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I’m featured, briefly, in both episodes, but believe me, I’d be saying this even if I wasn’t involved. Richard Simmons is a very Read the rest of this entry »