7159 total / 1692 in 2014

Heal up, run well, and a few PR's this year. PRs: 5k-19:12 (May 2014) 10k-48:22 (Nov. 2011-Outdated) Half-1:31:27 (Oct. 2013) Full-3:24:15 (Sept. 2013)

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  • 25 miles
  • 03:30 time
  • 3240 calories
  • 4 workouts
  • This Week time period


  1. RUN
    good Longish 12.01 mi 01:45 08:42 pace

    Seems weird calling 12 long, but that's what it was. Achilles was good, ankle still a little sore. By the end, my feet felt like they ran a marathon, still some kinks to work out in the next 1... read more

  2. RUN
    good The 'bury 6.26 mi 00:50 07:54 pace

    I'm not gonna jinx this run... Splits: 7:48.8/7:48.8/7:54.4/7:59.3/8:00.3/7:56.8/0.26 @ 2:02.1 (7:57)

  3. RUN
    good Hood 3.01 mi 00:24 08:03 pace

    On Tuesday I twisted/mildly sprained my left ankle and aggravated my Achilles, so I skipped the 6 on Wednesday. I planned to make up for it yesterday, but I was unable to fit a run in. So on what w... read more

  4. RUN
    good Hoth 4.01 mi 00:32 07:58 pace

    Everything felt good during the run, 5 hours later and I'm a little sore. Splits: 7:46.5/8:04.4/7:56.6/8:07.3

  5. RUN
    injured Long Fail 10.01 mi 01:24 08:24 pace

    Had a great run yesterday, then I stood barefoot for 3 hours. It aggravated the shit out of my PF and Achilles. Well, today sucked, pain from the get go and it only got worse, so we turned at 5 and... read more

    • Jamie M.
      Jamie M.

      Feel better, Brian. :(

      7 days ago Like

    • Cindy W.
      Cindy W.

      Have you tried running in Hoka's? Deb has been battling achilles pain and swears these are the only shoe she can run in pain free..just a thought...

      7 days ago Like

    • Barbara W.
      Barbara W.

      You still pulled off some good miles. Fingers crossed you feel better soon. Hugs!

      7 days ago Like

    • Dave P.
      Dave P.

      Plus if you wear the Hokas you gain about three inches of height. ;) Hope the pain goes away.

      7 days ago Like

  6. RUN
    good The 'bury 6.26 mi 00:50 07:56 pace

    After 2 PT sessions with ultrasound and steroids, the Achilles is getting better but it still needs work. It will probably be a couple months before full recovery, but my confidence is building tha... read more

  7. RUN
    great Unintentional Progressive 4.01 mi 00:30 07:30 pace

    Once my Achilles loosened up, my legs, for the first time since the marathon, felt like moving. I found myself in an unintentional progressive, and I embraced it. Splits: 8:00.3/7:39.1/7:23.6/6:58.7

  8. RUN
    alright G Town 6.01 mi 00:48 07:57 pace

    Trying to get this machine working again... Splits: 7:59.2/8:07.6/8:02.7/7:57.2/7:41.3/7:54.2

  9. RUN
    good On the mend? 4.01 mi 00:32 07:55 pace

    PT starts tomorrow, the run seemed physically difficult, like I was drained, but the Achilles and ankle felt alright, a little tight for about 100 yards or so but it loosened up. I feel like I lost... read more

  10. RUN
    alright On the O again 12.01 mi 01:41 08:26 pace

    Nice run with Joe Toe on the O trail. Tolerable levels of soreness. I've got 4 weeks to turn this ship around.
    Splits: 8:36.1/8:37.6/8:29.6/8:22.2/8:26.4/8:31.6/8:19.0/8:25.8/8:19.6/8:16.6/8:2... read more

  11. RUN
    alright Into the wind! 6.01 mi 00:48 07:55 pace

    Tolerable levels of soreness. Oddly, none of it from the Achilles. Splits: 7:54.7/7:58.9/7:58.2/8:02.7/8:02.2/7:36.5

  12. RUN
    blah Gahanna 4.08 mi 00:33 07:58 pace

    Legs and feet felt like $h1t compared to yesterday. Splits: 7:49.1/7:54.3/8:08.9/8:03.7/0.08 @ 0:37.4

  13. RUN
    good ZTZ in the G 6.01 mi 00:47 07:48 pace

    Getting better, no pain in the Achilles, just occasional discomfort. My right foot was bothering me more, which I know is a result of the left Achilles monkeying up my stride. Splits: 7:39.1/7:44.6... read more

  14. RUN
    alright Bury 6.01 mi 00:47 07:49 pace

    Took 4 days to see how the Achilles would feel. It seems to have helped, but I may see a Doc anyway.

  15. RUN
    alright Gahanna 3.6 mi 00:29 08:04 pace

    Still taking it easy to recover, this Achilles is not happy. Splits: 8:00.0/7:59.2/8:10.3/0.60 @ 4:57.7 (8:15)

  16. RUN
    alright Columbus Adventure 10.51 mi 01:31 08:38 pace

    Nice little 10 miler with Joe Toe and the elusive Rancidgoat who I haven't run with in awhile. We did some adventuring around Columbus to get to Audubon park, and by adventuring I mean we may ... read more

  17. RUN
    great The 'bury 6.01 mi 00:48 07:57 pace

    Felt good until the last 2 miles, then my left Achilles started acting up again. Ain't nobody got time for this, I got a marathon in 5 weeks. Splits: 7:56.7/8:01.3/7:58.7/7:52.5/7:56.2/8:01.2

  18. RUN
    good Almost Human 4.01 mi 00:32 08:05 pace

    Recovering properly from a marathon is just as mentally hard as some parts of the race. Especially if you are trying to recover for a race that is only a short time away. You want to get out and go... read more

    • Dave P.
      Dave P.

      Recovery is every bit as important as the marathon itself. Good luck balancing it with training for the next one.

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

    • Reverend Run V.
      Reverend Run V.

      Take care of yourself and get out there and tear it up at St. Jude!

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

    • Joan S.
      Joan S.

      So excited for you to run St. Jude's. I did it in 2008-it was very 1st full. Very emotional. Great race!

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

    • Rancidgoat

      Not running is the hard part of being a runner.
      That said, want to run Sunday? I'll be not running Run With Scissors and that'll have me bummed. Shoot me a FB message with the location.

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

  19. RUN
    great Waking the Legs Up 2.75 mi 00:23 08:20 pace

    Short and easy to wake the legs back up. Still really sore from Sunday's marathon, especially my hammy's. Hopefully, the legs will feel fresh again soon, tomorrow??? Splits: 8:13.7/8:16.0... read more

    • Dave P.
      Dave P.

      No need to hurry right back. Give them time to heal up.

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

    • Cindy W.
      Cindy W.

      I cant imagine your legs will feel fresh this soon after your marathon...usually takes at least a week! Ease into it!

      about 1 month ago Like

  20. RUN
    tired Columbus Marathon 26.36 mi 03:36 08:11 pace

    I have so many questions surrounding what went wrong with this race, and I will be reflecting for several weeks to come. For now, I'm going to focus on the positive.

    Positive #1-As I appro... read more

    • Dave P.
      Dave P.

      You showed great heart and determination and pushed through and gave it everything you had left. It was a privilege to be there with you!!!

      about 1 month ago Like2 people

    • Cindy W.
      Cindy W.

      You are such a great runner and it's great that you are looking at the poittives first. Each marathon teaches us something for sure...great job hanging tough & finishing strong.

      about 1 month ago Like2 people

    • Ken V.
      Ken V.

      Way to focus on the positives Bryan. You are a great runner and you will bounce back! Still a great performance despite those difficult final miles!

      about 1 month ago Like2 people