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Chris logged 22 miles.

Last workout over 5 years ago. Help get them back on track!

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  1. RUN
    good Lake Mirror 5 mi 01:03 12:30 pace

    Still surprised that while getting back to running the limiting factor for me has been physical (my legs get tired) rather than cardiovascular. I can still breathe fine after the run, and don'... read more

  2. RUN
    alright Around Dana Shores 3 mi 00:36 11:54 pace

    calves didnt want to cooperate, but I got there

  3. RUN
    alright Treadmill (Blerg) 3.06 mi 00:38 12:16 pace

    I hate treadmills. And while I am embarrassed that I would now fail my PFT if I were still in the marines, I am glad I ran the whole thing without stopping, which was tempting.

  4. RUN
    blah Unpleasant 1.55 mi 00:20 13:02 pace

    my calves seized at like mile 1.25. I had planned on a small run each, today and tomorrow, but think I might have to sit tomorrow out.

  5. RUN
    alright Oy 1.6 mi 20:00

    my legs still hurt from weds, and didnt really cooperate until half mile in. Still, faster than the other day!

  6. walk
    great Around Lake Mirror 0.68 mi 00:29

    We were really just out walking the lake to try and coax the baby out of the wife, but it was a nice outing anyway! I hope to start running again when we get accustomed to having a second baby in t... read more

  7. walk
    great Around (part of) Lake Holling... 1 mi 00:29 29:25 pace

    Our first attempt at convincing baby Patrick to abandon my wife's belly lol.

  8. I think the fact that I am walking like a hobbled version of Frankenstein's monster two full days after a quite slow 3-mile run is testament to the fact that I've been out of the Marines ... read more

  9. RUN
    tired Lake Hollingsworth, Lakeland, Fl 2.81 mi 00:44 15:29 pace

    Exhausted. I have to get back to it, so babysteps it is, I suppose.