John Tuggle Articles by: John Tuggle

Austin Trail of Lights Fun Run

Austin Trail of Lights Fun Run

The Trail of Lights Fun Run will go on, rain or shine. Shine it did not. My general rule about rain, cold, and dark is that I can do two out of three. Saturday night’s forecast violated that rule, so […]

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Winter Time Change: Friend or Foe?

Winter Time Change: Friend or Foe?

If I ran primarily in the mornings, I suppose I would appreciate the November time change that brings daylight before 7 A.M. But my weekday training runs all happen after work, meaning it’s already dusk before I even finish tying […]

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Shiner Beer Run race report

Shiner Beer Run race report

Last year, one of my BRFs and I went to Shiner as spectators. She had registered early because it sells out fast, but by the time race day came around she was injured so we decided to go and cheer […]

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Olympians Meb Keflezighi and Desi Linden and Record Holders Ryan Hall and Deena Kastor to Appear at 2016 BMW Dallas Marathon

  DALLAS (Nov. 17, 2016) – Two of America’s top competitors from the Rio 2016 Olympics – Desi Linden and Meb Keflezighi – and American record holders Deena Kastor and Ryan Hall headline the elite ambassador field appearing at the […]

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Run for the Water 2016 Race Report

Run for the Water 2016 Race Report

Run for the Water 2016 Race Report The bonus of waking up at 5:30 and driving downtown before daybreak for a race? Seeing the UT Tower still lit up orange from Saturday’s football victory. At that hour, parking was still pretty easy, […]

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Capital to Coast Relay Recap

Capital to Coast Relay Recap

I have always wanted to run a relay race. Not a regular relay race, but a long distance relay race. There are several good ones out there: Hood to Coast, Ragnar, Independence Relay and others. While I have had the […]

John Tuggle

About John Tuggle

John "The Tri Doc" Tuggle is a sports chiropractor in Cedar Park, Texas. He began triathlons locally and has branched out into more endurance type events. He loves most things that involve swimming, biking and running with a special emphasis on trail running.

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BRFs

BRFs

I’m not terribly social. Or maybe it’s more accurate to say that I am terrible at being social. Either way, when I first started running, I ran alone. No one in my family or my training group ran my pace, […]

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Race Report: Run Free Texas ‘80s 8K

Race Report: Run Free Texas ‘80s 8K

I signed up for this race knowing it was the week before a bigger race on my calendar. I figured five-ish miles was a good week-before-the-race distance, I just wouldn’t push too hard. To be sure, I enlisted my running […]

John Tuggle

About John Tuggle

John "The Tri Doc" Tuggle is a sports chiropractor in Cedar Park, Texas. He began triathlons locally and has branched out into more endurance type events. He loves most things that involve swimming, biking and running with a special emphasis on trail running.

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Run Free Texas 80’s 8k A Race With a Purpose.

Run Free Texas 80’s 8k A Race With a Purpose.

The Run Free Texas 80’s 8k went off yesterday without a hitch. Absolutely beautiful weather and clear skies was nothing less than a perfect day for a nice stroll through Cedar Park. The race had right under 1000 participants this […]

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Some Local Austin Running/Tri News. (09/29/2016)

Some Local Austin Running/Tri News. (09/29/2016)

The Austin Distance Challenge kicks off this Sunday with the 80’s 8k in Cedar Park. It’s the first race of the series that concludes with the Austin Marathon. The weather looks like it could really be favorable for Sunday. The […]

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Safety: Drive it Home

Safety: Drive it Home

I’ve written before about the dangers we face while running (here, here, and here) and I am going down that road again today. But I won’t offer a list of safety tips or point out ways women should protect themselves–I’m sure you can […]

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Who Moved My Cheese?

Who Moved My Cheese?

Who Moved My Cheese? I hate change. I’ve lived in Austin since the year the 360 bridge was completed. I bought my house right out of college. I started teaching at this school five or six years before my current students were born. My dog lived to be […]

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