John Hiatt
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Name(s) of child(ren)/individual(s) with Duchenne:
John Hiatt
Age(s) of child(ren)/individual(s) with Duchenne:
7-12
City:
Woodridge






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My Research Project - End Duchenne Grant Program

Posted on January 5, 2009 at 10:33am 1 Comment

When Kimberly approached me about sponsoring a Parent Project this year research was the obvious choice for me. I relish reading research papers like my wife Kristin does a Jane Austen novel. I suppose not everyone enjoys a riveting tale of genetics, molecular biology and pharmaceuticals. I cannot explain why I do. This is such an exciting time in DMD research and I want everyone to get excited. This is where the Cure will come from. Some day, somewhere some scientist will look up from their… Continue

My training for Run For Our Sons

Posted on July 28, 2008 at 1:00pm 4 Comments

Well, another week of training has come and gone. The big moment for this week was a scheduled 12-mile run on Saturday. I wound up turning this into a 13-mile run. I ran from Palisades Park (where we were staying) to South Haven, Michigan (where I met Kristin and the boys for lunch) along the Blue Star Highway. Southwest Michigan is really a beautiful place. Especially for someone who grew up outside Chicago. Scenery makes these long runs much more enjoyable. No real problems on the run,… Continue

My training for Run For Our Sons Disney World 2009

Posted on July 24, 2008 at 1:48pm 2 Comments

So, I am training to run the ful marathon this year at Disney World. I ran the half-marathon last year. I finished in 2:05:16. I hope to improve my time this year, as well as moving up to run the full marathon. I thought I would post my weekly training log in the hope that some of the faster and more experienced runners would take pity and offer up their collective wisdom.

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At 11:22am on December 19, 2008, Jenna Shaw said…
Go bears!!!
At 12:45pm on August 1, 2008, Brian Denger said…
Hello John,

I have two thoughts on this. I had a similar problem last year due to a crushed toe nail. I used a flexible bandaid and kept going. It was sore early in the run, but this didn't last more than a few runs and once the inflammation released it was back to normal. So, you could try going out with your group and see how it goes.

The other thing you might do is get a slightly larger pair of shoes to avoid the toe from banging against the end of the shoe. If it really is sore, bagging a run this early in your training won't be a problem. Being safe is far better than suffering. Even if you have to rearrange your schedule a bit you are initially getting your self used to being on your feet for longer periods of time. How this fits your life is more important than forcing things to work.

Let me know what you decide to do and keep us posted on your progress.

Brian
At 1:11pm on May 4, 2008, Brian Denger said…
John,

Looks can be deceiving! You've done much in a short time and should be pleased with your accomplishments. And, you are motivated for very good reasons!

Brian
 
 
 

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