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  1. RUN
    blah "long run" Sunday 4 mi 00:43 10:47 pace

    This was a tough run, and I'm not sure why. I just had no energy and my legs felt heavy. I probably need to lose the weight I gained on vacation. :\
    I'm glad this wasn't my first ru... read more

  2. RUN
    good Around the hood 3.6 mi 00:37 10:19 pace

    What a beautiful morning for a run! So glad I am able to be out there.

  3. RUN
    great back to boring Ohio 3.2 mi 00:35 10:56 pace

    Home from the beach and back to reality today.

  4. RUN
    good "Ding" Darling Wildlife Refug... 3.1 mi 00:35 11:17 pace

    Lovely sand/shell single track about a mile from where we are staying on Sanibel Island. I ran there, then once around the trail, then ran back. Saw a great egret and an anhinger along the trail. M... read more

  5. RUN
    great Sanibel Island beach 3.51 mi

    Beach running is the best.

  6. RUN
    great Loveland Bike Trail 3.9 mi 00:56 14:15 pace

    Nice run/walk with my sister who is visiting from NC.

  7. RUN
    great Beautiful 4th of July! 2.02 mi 00:21 10:34 pace

    Concentrated on landing midfoot on the left side.

  8. RUN
    good Loveland Track 2.07 mi 00:27 12:58 pace

    My chiro looked at my running shoes and pointed out that the left heel is worn--I'm heel-striking on the left while landing midfoot on the right. Could explain the issues in my left hip. So he... read more

  9. RUN
    great "long run" sunday 3.05 mi 00:32 10:36 pace

    So today I decided to take Maria R.'s advice and try the Jeff Galloway method. I ran for 3 minutes and walked for 1 for the first 2.8 miles, then sped up and ran the rest of the way home. It w... read more

  10. RUN
    great 2.1 mi 00:22 10:31 pace

    My hip feels tight and a little painful again so I walked/ran and kept it to 2 miles. For the last 0.1, I sped up like I'm not supposed to do, but it was fun! My watch said 8:53 for that last... read more

  11. RUN
    great Around the neighborhood 2.33 mi 00:25 10:48 pace

    Still doing walk breaks. My hip is very tight; I think I need to see my chiro again soon.

  12. RUN
    ran into Tammy! 2 mi 00:32 15:58 pace

    I was wogging and feeling icky and then I saw Tammy out walking--she's trying to come back after not being able to run for 9 months. Walked with her a bit and got caught up on her life.

  13. RUN
    great sans dog 1.5 mi 00:16 10:21 pace

    That's better. :)

  14. RUN
    great Sort of run with a little dog 0.9 mi 00:17 18:45 pace

    Decided to take my daughter's Dachsund/Jack Russell with me this morning to see if I could run off some of her energy. It was fun, but a lot of stopping and starting. I'm going to count it.

  15. RUN
    great Sunrise run 2.85 mi 00:31 10:56 pace

    Pace is getting a little better. I just love being out there again.

    • Maria R.
      Maria R.

      glad you are back Diane! I'm starting up my training now for my half over labor day weekend. Looking forward to getting back in. I've gotten fat over the last 6 months!

      about 1 month ago Like

    • Diane B.
      Diane B.

      Lol, you are not fat, Maria! That's going to be an awesome half for you!

      about 1 month ago Like

  16. RUN
    great around town 2.5 mi 00:29 11:30 pace

    That was fun.

  17. RUN
    great Happy Running Day! 2.2 mi 00:27 12:17 pace

    Sore all over from TRX class yesterday, but had to celebrate National Running Day! I went a little further than I planned--these walk breaks are throwing off my sense of how far I've gone.

  18. RUN
    great Comeback wog 1.75 mi 00:21 12:03 pace

    It's June! Doc says I can run every other day now if I take it slow and don't go too far. So I did run/walk intervals this morning. Just happy to be out there again. :)

  19. walk
    good Mojo girls group 2.9 mi 01:00 20:41 pace

    Walked and chatted with a couple of ladies who are training for the Girls' Night Out 5 miler. I can tell I haven't been doing much for the past 9 weeks!

  20. Saw the doc again this morning and he is now convinced that I have a stress fracture of the femoral neck of my hip. RuntheBluegrass is out of the question. The Pig is still a possibility, but I wou... read more

    • Maria R.
      Maria R.

      Diane - I'm sorry to hear. I know you continue to struggle with injuries. I suffered as well. It wasn't until I slowed down and used the Galloway method that I was able to run injury free (now 3+ years). Hang in there and rest so your injuries can recover. I'm proud of you for your spirit and dedication... keep the faith!

      4 months ago Like

    • Diane B.
      Diane B.

      Thanks, Maria. I know you keep telling me this, and maybe someday I'll listen, but I don't enjoy going slow! Is it possible to use the Galloway method for long distances, but still run fast 5ks?
      I'm considering just giving up the marathon dream and sticking to smaller races, and working on speed instead of distance.

      4 months ago Like

    • Maria R.
      Maria R.

      I know the Galloway method supports runners with many different goals. Take some time to go to his website and explore. You can also connect with Jeff on Facebook and email. He just qualified for Boston using his method. So, I know you can go fast with it. I just choose to go slow to minimize injuries. My goal is to finish and feel good. But, I don't have the same competitive spirit as many. So, keep going for speed and figure out what works best for you. It is always your race.

      4 months ago Like1 person