Posted by Reggae Marathon RunninGuy on Mar 27, 2013 | 3 responses

Easy Skankin…Easy Running at Reggae Marathon #3

He’s a physical fitness buff.  Loves running.  And he’s 100% Jamaican ‘by association’ in his words.  That’s Larry Savitch who is back this December for his third-in-a-row Reggae Marathon.  And yes he’s bringing a number of members from his Easy Skankin group for run, beach and sun.  I wonder what T-Shirt design he’ll come up with this year?

Larry’s had a bit of a tough go running the past few months.  He toughed his way through an intense race weekend and paid the price with a nagging knee injury.  Like me, he’s been a bit cranky not being able to run regularly.  And like me he has a very supportive wife!  Thankfully.  Larry, you and I are going to have to face reality:  we are now

Seasoned Runners!  Time to just go running.

That’s the thing about running.  After you get through the obligatory ‘Competitive Phase’, you get to the ‘Zen Phase’:  running for the fun of it.  That’s when running becomes the purest and most enjoyable:  you just go out and run.  After a few years of nagging foot injuries myself, I’m transitioning into the Zen Phase.  Larry, care to join me this year?  I know you love Reggae Marathon so let’s just go out for a run this December 7. If it turns into a PR…bonus!  Then we can relax and enjoy a couple of Red Stripes on Sunday afternoon at Margaritaville.

Until next time…

Reggae Marathon RunninGuy (aka Sugar ‘Tuff Gong’ Bong)

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Click here to register online for Reggae Marathon, December 7, 2013:  Reggae Marathon Registration.

For more information check the Reggae Marathon Web Site.

Click here for more details on Reggae Marathon’s Abe Issa Award for Excellence.

This is a link to the Official Reggae Marathon 2012 Race Video.

Photos courtesy of Errol Anderson.



3 Responses to “Easy Skankin…Easy Running at Reggae Marathon #3”

  1. Navin Sadarangani says:

    Nice. I hope to make it this year and run a few yards with this dude. He’s a rocker!

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