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Jason logged 788 miles.

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  1. FIT
    good Work Gym 2 mi 00:09:30 04:45 pace

    2 miles in 9:30? I so don't trust this elliptical. Don't get me wrong, I was working it, but I don't know that I was going that fast.

    This was a warmup for my lifting session. Ti... read more

  2. RUN
    good Streets of Belleville 4.5 mi 01:00 13:20 pace

    Not a bad run. Really had to go to the bathroom about a mile from home, had to walk it in. It amazes me, though, how much trash is on the side of the road as I run. How can you be so lazy and ir... read more

    • Jennifer

      I hate that. Luckily, where I live is very clean but that would bug the ever loving sh(t out of me. I used to live in Massachusetts and it was standard there. Good run! Keep it up.

      over 6 years ago Like1 person

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    • Dan C.
      Dan C.

      Glad to see you out there Jason. At least they didn't throw their trash at you. I've had that happen. That really spoils your day.

      over 6 years ago Like

    • Jason K.
      Jason K.

      Oh, yuck, Dan. I bet. I'd go batshit if that happened to me.

      over 6 years ago Like

  3. VELO
    good MetroLink Bike Trail 8 mi

    Pulling 80 pounds of children on a crap bike with a bad seat and only one working gear. Woke up this morning feeling like someone attacked my legs with socks full of nickels.

    • Dan C.
      Dan C.

      That's inflation for you Jason, used to be a sock full of pennies would do that. ;-) Nice ride though, great resistance workout

      over 6 years ago Like1 person

    • Jason K.
      Jason K.

      Would be better if it was a sock full of dollars

      over 6 years ago Like

    • Brad P.
      Brad P.

      Dang Jason, that is hardcore! Only one working gear? Nice ride and great workout!

      over 6 years ago Like

    • Craig P.
      Craig P.

      That is fatherly commitment!

      over 6 years ago Like

  4. RUN
    great Forest Park 4.5 mi 01:00 13:20 pace

    Wonderful day for a much needed zen run. Kitty-litter trails, some asphalt, XC trails, stairs, and cool bridges coupled with a sunny day and a nice breeze. Hard to beat. Despite having to do some... read more

  5. RUN
    good Forest Park 3.25 mi

    Sidewalks to kitty litter to single path trails. Fun times, worked some good hills in today as well.

  6. RUN
    good CWE and Forest Park 2.75 mi

    Nice, outdoor run from work to the park and back. Back to the Kinvaras for the time being. I've been having a lot of calf issues when using the Altras, which has kept me from running. Don&#... read more

    • Craig P.
      Craig P.

      Good to see you back into it. Whatever works for you, hey. Can't wait for myself to get back into it as well, been too long!!!

      over 6 years ago Like

  7. Might be doing Run For Your Lives in August in Missouri. Anyone ran one before? What about a Tough Mudder? One is coming up in St. Louis next year.

    • Sarah C.
      Sarah C.

      I did the Run for Your Lives near Atlanta this spring, and it was a hoot. It stormed like crazy the night before so the course was entirely mud, we just slogged our way through it and got undeaded early on. I'd like to try it another time without (hopefully) the rain, so only the intentionally muddy parts would be muddy. Or do it again as a zombie. I suspect the obstacles are fairly tame compared to other obstacle races, the main goal being to stay alive.

      over 6 years ago Like

  8. RUN
    good Bike Trail 3 mi

    Not sure on the mileage, running with wife and friends pushing a double stroller. Some wicked hills. Calves were not ready for this kind of abuse and needed some @Zensah love afterwards.

    • Stan H.
      Stan H.

      Nice 3 miler Jason!!

      over 6 years ago Like

    • Jason K.
      Jason K.

      Thanks Stan, how ya been, buddy?

      over 6 years ago Like

    • Jason S.
      Jason S.

      Hey Jason! Nice 3'er. How have you been? Few GIRS to hear how life's going for you & Ray. I'm trying to get ready for the Indy Monumental on Nov 3rd. Got over a stress fracture in my left foot by lifting, now trying to manage crappy shin splints. Fear another stress fracture in my shin. Stupid runners (me). Time to RICE & lift!

      over 6 years ago Like

  9. FIT
    good Morning Workout 00:40

    10 min Elliptical warm up
    Bench Press
    100 Ball Crunches (sounds dirty)

    It's time to rebuild.

  10. RUN
    good Treadmill 2 mi 00:27 13:30 pace

    Got to get back to it. Today, I did a walk/run during a short lunch break. Ran 1.25, then walked the last .75.

  11. VELO
    good Lunch workout part 3: Cycling 4.5 mi 00:20 13.5mph pace

    Finished up with 20 minutes on the spinning bike at a decent pace (for me).

    • Jason K.
      Jason K.

      Yeah, been in a hell of a rut. Trying to pull myself out.

      over 6 years ago Like

    • Dan C.
      Dan C.

      Great trio of workouts Jason. Pull hard, it will get easy.


      over 6 years ago Like

    • Alex M.
      Alex M. You're Badass
      You're Badass:

      nice man, I had not seen you on here in a while.

      over 6 years ago

  12. FIT
  13. RUN
    good Lunch workout part 1:Treadmill 1 mi 00:10:00 10:00 pace

    Warm-up for workout

  14. RUN
    blah Indoor Soccer 3 mi

    Guessing on the mileage, but it felt like I ran a marathon. 1 hour of indoor soccer sans substitutions makes you realize how fat and out of shape you are. My lungs ached by the end of the game. ... read more

    • Janyne K.
      Janyne K.

      Woo hoo! Lots of sprinting there!

      over 6 years ago Like

    • Jason K.
      Jason K.

      No kidding. It's amazing how your brain reacts to competition. Running-wise, you know when you're spent, so you slow down to recover. In a game, you know you're spent, then you get challenged and pull a sprint out of your ass. If nothing else, it proves that when you don't have anything left, you still have something.

      over 6 years ago Like

    • Dan C.
      Dan C.

      That's a great workout Jason. Lots of running and high use of the core muscles.

      over 6 years ago Like

    • Tonya S.
      Tonya S.

      you are HARDCORE!

      over 6 years ago Like

  15. RUN
    good Track 1.25 mi

    Kind of a walk/run, sans electronics again. Didn't get much sleep last night, so I decided to take it easy and just get out there. I also have a soccer game tonight, so I didn't want to... read more

    • Dan C.
      Dan C.

      Nice run Jason. You probably doubled that in the soccer game.

      over 6 years ago Like1 person

    • Travis F.
      Travis F.

      Nice to see you posting again on Daily Mile, footballer! I promise not to be positive all the time :-)

      over 6 years ago Like1 person

  16. RUN
    good Track 1.5 mi

    Decided to get off my ass and go run this morning. First run in a while. No garmin, no ipod, just sunrise and track. It was nice, I should come here more often

  17. RUN
    good Neighborhood 2 mi 00:25 12:30 pace

    A nice little run/walk pushing my son in our jogging stroller while my daughter rode her bike with a friend. First time actually trying to run with a jogging stroller, hard to get into a groove. ... read more

  18. RUN
    great Awesome Treadmill Run! 3.1 mi 00:29 09:20 pace

    Sub 29 minute 5k treadmill run? Yeah, done!

    • Nicki

      Nicely done, Jason!

      about 7 years ago Like

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    • Angela L.
      Angela L.

      How are you doing this? I apparently do not push enough on the treadmill. Awesome run!

      about 7 years ago Like

    • Jason K.
      Jason K.

      Thanks everyone!
      Angela - This was a full effort run, something I rarelly do on the treadmill and for short distances. I was exhausted afterwards and covered in sweat. I'd like to keep getting one of these runs in per week.

      about 7 years ago Like1 person

  19. RUN
    good Treadmill. Again. 3.8 mi 00:45 11:50 pace

    Actually a really solid zone 2 run.

    • Jeremy H.
      Jeremy H.

      way to crank out the dreadmill!

      about 7 years ago Like

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    • Tom M.
      Tom M.

      have you tried or

      about 7 years ago Like

    • Jason K.
      Jason K.

      Dan - Oh, yeah, I was fine 10 days or so post-marathon. Just trying to maintain a base. Haven't been on a non-treadmill run since the marathon, though.

      Tom - We actually just talked to the guy from on our last show about treating ITBS. Check it out. Interesting point of view. I'm not injured, though, just maintaining base through the winter. I don't plan on doing a lot of outside winter runs this year. Next half marathon is in May, so I have plenty of time to train warmly.

      about 7 years ago Like

  20. FIT
    Arms and Chest 00:43

    Nice arms and chest circuit by Coach mixed with some core work. It was hard to wash my hair in the shower afterwards my arms hurt so much.