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Cautiously continue to increase running mileage to build up for Boston Marathon next April.

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  1. Full Race report from Boston Marathon. Warning its kinda long :P

    Race Report: Boston Marathon 4/15/2013

    I write this report about a full 3 days after running as I needed time to recover from tra... read more

    • Ron D.
      Ron D.

      Awesome! You want a fun summer run. Look up Bellin Run in GB. It is an outstanding 10K.
      Again, congrats on becoming a Boston Marathon finisher.

      over 5 years ago Like1 person

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    • Diane V.
      Diane V.

      What an awesome, honest, introspective race report. Thank you for sharing your experience. I feel like I was there (minus the pain ;)). Congrats on a great race!

      over 5 years ago Like1 person

    • Lucas C.
      Lucas C.

      Excellent write up, Cory; thanks for sharing!

      over 5 years ago Like1 person

  2. I'm exausted right now following the days events in Boston. My race went well and my family and I are all safe. Ill. Write a race report in the next day or two. In the meantime feel free to ... read more

  3. RUN
    good Boston Marathon 26.2 mi 03:02 06:56 pace

    A Great race! See full race report in next link.

  4. RUN
    Recovery 4 mi 00:32 07:58 pace

    Caught up on daily mile again....
    I'm so nervous and excited for Boston, its crazy!! I'm thinking about it all the time. The weather looks great! Highs of 60 degrees, low humidity, w... read more

    • Lisa
      Lisa

      I feel the same way! I have never flown to a race, just driven so packing is trickier. I can't bring my foam roller with me! Happy travels and good luck on Monday!

      almost 6 years ago Like

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    • Dan D.
      Dan D.

      Sounds like great weather. It's a great race, enjoy the whole experience of being there!

      almost 6 years ago Like

    • Cory C.
      Cory C.

      Thank you everyone!

      almost 6 years ago Like

  5. RUN
    Recovery 5 mi 00:40 07:54 pace

    Chugging along through the taper

  6. RUN
    Tapered intervals 7 mi 00:52 07:25 pace

    I did 2 miles at MP (6:48) and 1 mile at HMP (6:27) to keep the body conditioned during the last week of taper

  7. RUN
    Aerobic 8 mi 01:01 07:38 pace

    Excellent run outside. Spring is finally here (almost)

  8. RUN
    Vo2 max 9 mi 01:08 07:35 pace

    Final Vo2 max workout of the buildup 3 miles @ 9.9 mph. I held on another .1 the last interval. Everything was clicking fine at the higher speed.

  9. RUN
    Medium-Long run 14 mi 01:51 07:55 pace

    Final long run of the buildup -- gluttonous Easter buffet to follow!

  10. RUN
    good Recovery 5 mi 00:40 07:58 pace

    It seems almost wrong to be stopping after just 5. Gotta love tapers.

  11. RUN
    good Long Intervals 18 mi 02:07 07:03 pace

    Tonight was the final key long run in my workout plan. 3 x 5 mile long intervals at marathon pace, 8.8 mph (6:48m/m). I accelerated gradually the second half of the last interval. I was hungry a... read more

  12. Hey DM I need advice for considering which coral to start in at Boston. I qualified with a 2:58 and am seeded about 2600/25000, first wave 3rd coral. Looking back to this time that summer I'... read more

    • Peter S.
      Peter S.

      I'm no expert ... my preference would be to start a bit further back and get the psychological boost of overtaking a few folk, rather than being overtaken/left behind by the folk with whom I started. I'm interested to see what others think.

      almost 6 years ago Like1 person

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    • Cory C.
      Cory C.

      thanks for the advice. Who sells the bus tours?

      almost 6 years ago Like

    • Patrick G.
      Patrick G.

      I'd say your best bet is to start in your coral. The first few miles out of Hopkington are beyond packed and the road doesn't really have a shoulder, so if you start too far back, there's a chance you'd be fighting the crowd to hit pace. Good luck!

      almost 6 years ago Like

  13. RUN
    good Recovery 5 mi 00:41 08:09 pace

    Relaxed pace first half, slightly faster second. 19 days 'til Boston.

  14. RUN
    great Vo2 Max 9 mi 01:07 07:23 pace

    Solid third Vo2 max run. I'm so happy my injured tendon area hasn't felt better at any time this whole build up!!

    Long warm up - 4 x 1200 m intervals @ 9.9mph (6:04m/m) w full recovery... read more