Tom – Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

Hey everyone!  It’s a while since I last posted.    I’m still alive, but my work has been keeping me pretty focused over the last few months.  Additionally, my body has needed a little rest.  Ever since my Grand Canyon Adventure, I have been nursing a sore achilles.  This has relegated me to running on my Zero Runner and treading water in the pool.  Nevertheless, the break has been nice and I am looking forward to reloading and getting back to running in 2017.  I already have some races on the schedule, and I am staying optimistic.  The hip is doing fabulous and I am looking forward to posting my 2016 recap in a few weeks.  Thank you to all for your posts throughout the year.  This site wouldn’t exist if it weren’t for the fresh content and conversation.  Speaking of content and conversation,  I am hoping to bring some changes to the site in 2017.  At the suggestion of a fellow hiprunner, I am going to see about adding a new forums area so that the chats can go on and on and on.  Stay tuned.

Set your goals and strive to achieve them.  Stay positive, and stay optimistic.  Good things happen when you do this!

Happy New Year to all of you.


6 thoughts on “Tom – Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

  1. Thanks for all your work and support Tom! May you and your Familty have The Merriest Christmas and Happiest New Year.

    I think Forums would be awesome!

    1. Tom, thanks to you for putting this website together. Merry Christmas! I am now about 6 months post op, running still only a max of about 5k, but swimming and spinning to help make up the difference. I don’t know if I would even have tried to start running again if not for this site. The insights and info, mixed with a bit of humor have made more of a difference than you know. Keep up the great work, thanks!

  2. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year Tom and all Hip Runners. Thanks for all the work you put in to maintaining this site, great job!

  3. Thanks for keeping the site active Tom and helping all of us hiprunners inspire one another.

    Looking forward to the new year and also to the changes you mention.

    Merry Christmas to all.

    Stay Safe; Run Strong.

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