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  1. RUN
    blah Running 4.01 mi 00:38 09:33 pace

    Blah. I need to run more. Period. Just need to suck it up and do it.

  2. RUN
    great Running 3.11 mi 00:29 09:26 pace

    Well that was a damn delight. Once I saw the temp was in the 20s with a teensy windchill, I was on board. Plus, some snow on the sidewalk made for a fun slip and slide. Now it's time for some ... read more

  3. RUN
    great 4.01 mi 00:37 09:19 pace

    High 40s in late December in Chicago? Yes please! Though I would still be in shorts in Austin, this wasn't too shabby.

  4. RUN
    great Seattle, WA 5.02 mi 00:48 09:38 pace

    Gorgeous Seattle run. So glad I booked a later flight after my conference. Got to go on a beautiful morning run near the water, followed by a stop at the first ever Starbucks Roastery and Tasting R... read more

  5. RUN
    good Running 6.01 mi 00:58 09:41 pace

    Great Sunday morning run. I have to chuckle though, it's in the high 40s and I had to take off my long sleeve 10 minutes in. Though I saw runners in tights, hats and gloves. Very strange.

    • Stephen R.

      You should run California sometime. Below 50 they're in ski clothing. Running!

      about 1 month ago Like

    • Cari H.
      Cari H.

      I can always spot the tm runners in spring as those of us who brave the temps all winter are peeling off layers and then you see someone dressed as though it is 10 below. Unless they are training for a Hawaii half?

      about 1 month ago Like

  6. RUN
    great Turkey Trot! 3.15 mi 00:29 09:04 pace

    Might have been the fastest official 5K race in my life. I really just ran fast to get out of the cold!

  7. RUN
    alright Running 5.01 mi 00:49 09:46 pace

    Not my best run ever. Struggled to keep up the pace and feeling rusty, but glad I pushed it.

  8. RUN
    good 4 mi 00:40 10:00 pace

    40 minutes on the treadmill. Joy.

  9. RUN
    good 5.01 mi 00:52 10:23 pace

    First sub-freezing run since moving back to Chicago. I actually didn't freeze my balls off!

  10. RUN
    good 3.01 mi 00:28 09:19 pace

    Quick and easy run to start the day.

    • Stephen R.

      Short and sweet. You were in Chicago recently? Saw a Divvy reference there...

      4 months ago Like

  11. RUN
    alright 6.01 mi 01:00 09:57 pace

    Too lazy to get out of bed yesterday means getting up early to do my "long" run today. Had a side stitch throughout and felt generally sluggish.

  12. RUN
    good 4.01 mi 00:38 09:34 pace

    Something is up with my GPS. My second mile these days is usually wonky and not representative of my pacing and effort for the rest of the run (in today's case: 9:14, 10:06, 9:27, 9:32). Don&#... read more

  13. FIT
    great BodyPump + Short ride

    5:15am wakeup. 5:30 am short Divvy ride (Chicago's bike share) to the gym. 6am BodyPump class. 8am at my desk. If only all mornings are this productive.

  14. RUN
    good 3.01 mi 00:29 09:31 pace

    Weird pacing, but overall felt good. One of these days, I'll make it out early enough to run longer than three miles.

  15. FIT
    great 01:00

    Spin class with Joanna at Equinox! I think I earned some poor eating choices today.

  16. RUN
    great 3.01 mi 00:28 09:18 pace

    Ran from home to spin class. Fastest 5K in a year (thanks Smashrun!)

  17. RUN
    great 3.01 mi 00:28 09:25 pace

    Great run in the drizzle.

  18. RUN
    great 7.5 mi 01:21 10:48 pace

    According to SmashRun, this is my longest run in three months. Easy easy pace.

  19. RUN
    good 4.01 mi 00:39 09:45 pace

    I need to find some new running routes already. I've run pretty much the same exact thing... every single run... for the last two weeks.

    • Jeff H.
      Jeff H.

      I used to live up by Addison and Broadway, so I'm very familiar with this route. Sometimes instead of crossing under LSD at Addison, I would run on inner LSD up until Belmont and then cross over and run on the inner path down past Diversey. Changes it up a little.

      5 months ago Like

    • Sara J.
      Sara J.

      Yeah, that's exactly how I get to the path. Coming from Austin, where you can run on the street in most neighborhoods so can always switch it up, it's just a little different. I'm getting used to it though!

      5 months ago Like

  20. RUN
    Running 3.01 mi 00:29 09:43 pace

    Ready for this humidity to end.