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January 10, 2018
This thing just got super real! Today I received my first ever running plan. I reached out to friend, and SHVP teammate, Laura Kline to see if she had any tips or anything like that. What I got back was an amazing running routine that will help me increase my mileage and run the Vegan Power 50k with confidence and more importantly; proper training. I’m excited, and a little scared, to start training again and am so appreciative of Laura for helping me out and prepare for VP50k.

January 1, 2018
This past winter I’ve been on a bulk to add some weight and muscle mass before getting into a regular training regimen. With the help of a workout plan from Conscious Muscle, I have added over 15lbs of weight and muscle. I’m someone with a super fast metabolism so to achieve these numbers is amazing for me.

Mid-March to early April of 2018 my running will be ramped back up as I prepare for a 50k, the Vegan Power 50k. After that I will be “off and running” as they say as only 1 year later I will be making the attempt to run across Cape Cod!

December 25, 2017
What a Christmas today was!! I have my first sponsor. Thank you to Jess Ryle over at Vegan Outdoor Adventures. I’ve known Jess for a couple of years now and she is an amazing person. She is a leader in the Strong Hearts Vegan Power running community and her work for animals with Vegan Outdoor Adventures is admired and envied by many. Thank you Jess, I appreciate your support!

December 20, 2017
This page was launched

Why Run Across Cape Cod?

For a variety of reasons.

  1. 2019 will see me turning 45 years old. While some people think that that number is “old” (and maybe I joke about it with my wife too) the fact is; I’m just now coming into my own physically and mentally. I want to prove to myself, and those around me (as well as the world at large) that 45 is just a number.
  2. To inspire my children that if they set a goal they can achieve that goal. It’s not going to be easy, but nothing is. This will be a lesson in grit and resilience. It won’t just be about the run itself but everything leading up to it; the planning and training will be exhaustive but worth it.
  3. Surprise… I’m vegan. There I said it!  Being vegan doesn’t mean I have to sit around the house waiting for my protein deficient body to wither away; that is just propaganda. I’ve already completed a 50k as a vegan, done multiple Ragnar Relays with my friends at Strong Hearts Vegan Power, completed OCR races, etc. Besides running the VP50k again, this run will prove that vegans of any age can set attainable goals and conquer them, no matter what their background is.

I’m going to prove that you can do anything you set your mind too! If you want to read more about my background and how far I’ve come over the past few years CLICK HERE


If you’d like to sponsor this event, please e-mail  me at vegancableguy@gmail.com