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  1. RUN
    10 mi 01:20 07:58 pace

    W2D7 Long Run with goal pace 8:00/Mile. Went well! I was able to beat the heat and we had so much fun making a 5k aid station with friends after!

    • Lauren V.
      Lauren V.

      So nice to see you today! I getting to see running friends and facebook friends in real life! :) Your boys are so darling !

      1 day ago Like

  2. RUN
    6.01 mi 00:55 09:09 pace

    W2D6 Easy Run. Waking up early for this run felt HARD. I like mornings but a regular 5:00 am alarm (which I regularly snooze till 5:15) is wearing me out. I suppose the late nights aren't help... read more

    • Lauren V.
      Lauren V.

      i haven't been able to wake up early for runs either. Every day this week I have tried I just couldn't get up :( I hope you can get more rest tonight!

      3 days ago Like1 person

  3. RUN
    5 mi 00:46 09:09 pace

    W2D5 Easy Run that I finally got outside for. Baby was up to nurse at 5 am but went back to sleep after. I feel tired and well baked... Three days of VBS done and baseball finished today. Summer li... read more

  4. RUN
    5 mi 00:38 07:32 pace

    W2D4 (Treadmill) Tempo Run because 5 am alarm went off and baby thought that meant nursing time. Ran inside instead this afternoon. Slower than 7:26 pace goal but I’m just glad this run got done to... read more

  5. RUN
    6.02 mi 00:46 07:35 pace

    W2D2 Speedwork 6x800m with 400m recovery with interval goal pace at 3:15-3:20 min per 800. Getting out of bed this morning was a bugger! I have fallen out of practice for the 5:00 running... snooze... read more

  6. RUN
    4.01 mi 00:36 08:58 pace

    W2D1 Easy Run with left knee feeling slightly stiff, possibly slightly swollen (feels "fluffy", the only word I can think of to describe). Pretty sure the tight calf/quad and IT band is t... read more

    • Lauren V.
      Lauren V.

      hope it feels better soon! i think we both just need massages lol :P I gotta talk Matt into letting me go do that now!

      8 days ago Like1 person

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    • Lauren V.
      Lauren V.

      I think it depends on the person. Personally I never really get sore unless its my lower back. There is graston which is just a tool that she rubs against your skin, it doesn't hurt. Then there is suction cups which feels a little weird but pulls the 'junk' out of muscles. that feels weird but i wouldn't say its painful, i have also had dry needling which doesn't hurt unless its in a trigger point in the muscle or in sensitive areas, like the head, i only feel needles where i am already sore.

      7 days ago Like

    • Lauren V.
      Lauren V.

      Dry needling tells the body to speed recovery in the area you get it. She can do a number of techniques in minutes. I think I like graston the most though.

      7 days ago Like

  7. W1D7 Side Planks with Leg Lifts, 1:00 x each side, :30 x each side.

  8. RUN
    5.29 mi 00:56 10:31 pace

    W1D7 with double jogging stroller to Headwaters and back again, this time with E riding his bike. We took some walk and water breaks but he made it the whole way! I was very proud of his first trip... read more

  9. RUN
    6 mi 00:57 09:29 pace

    W1D6 Easy Run with my sister-in-law Danielle on the route to Douglas Lodge, out 4 miles and back.

  10. RUN
    4.91 mi 00:49 09:58 pace

    W1D5 with double jogging stroller to the Mississippi Headwaters and back to our camp site at Itasca State Park. Those hills really worked me over!

  11. RUN
    5.01 mi 00:37 07:25 pace

    W1D4 Tempo Run that was actually on pace! I want sure what to expect coming back after my break. Feeling recovered and ready to work on speed.

  12. W1D3 Off. My training weeks are starting on Sunday now and it's goofing up my DailyMile totals... and my mind slightly :) #perfectionistproblems...

  13. RUN
    4 mi 00:43 10:50 pace

    W1D2 “Easy” Run with the double stroller and E on this bike. We made the journey around the lake (and then some). I am so proud he biked that far! Personally, I’m wiped and not feeling the greatest... read more

  14. FIT

    W1D1 McMillan's Strength in Stride: Stability A program

  15. RUN
    4.01 mi 00:36 09:05 pace

    W1D1 Easy run to kick off training for my Fall marathon! I’m using the Hansons Marathon Method for the first time ever, so this training cycle will be a whole lotta newness for me. Goal this week: ... read more

    • Lauren V.
      Lauren V.

      I'm so excited to see how it goes. This is kind of the plan I am leaning towards when I get back to marathon training in a few years.

      15 days ago Like1 person

    • Amy W.
      Amy W.

      Hansons seems like it should be a better fit for family life with little - that's what I'm going for at least!

      13 days ago Like1 person

  16. RUN
    26.31 mi 03:32 08:04 pace

    Grandma’s Marathon!

  17. RUN
    3.01 mi 00:26 08:47 pace

    W16D3 Easy Effort with a few fartlek intervals

  18. RUN
    4.36 mi 00:37 08:35 pace

    W16D2 Strides (10 x 25 sec) to kick off race week!?!!?!!!! Nervous. Excited. Nervous. Excited.

  19. RUN
    2.01 mi 00:22 10:51 pace

    W15D7 Easy Effort with the single stroller and my oldest on his bike. I was impressed we covered 2 miles! He can bike at around a 9:30 pace but we need a few walk and water breaks. 😉

  20. RUN
    12.02 mi 01:35 07:51 pace

    W15D6 Final Long Run before taper week!!! The last 6 miles were supposed to be at goal pace (7:37/Mile) but I cut it down to 4 miles at GP and then just ran whatever I wanted at the end. My legs we... read more