4717 total / 13 in 2016

Marine Corps Marathon Fall 2015. One day a return to high 17s 5k.

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Justin logged 4717 miles.

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  1. RUN
    great easy saturday morn 3.33 mi 00:30 09:00 pace

    no calf tightness so that's good.

  2. RUN
    good good 10-miler w doug 9.75 mi 01:26 08:49 pace

    A little strain in one calf so i guess i'll be rolling again this season.

  3. RUN
    good easy 30 min 3.3 mi 00:30 09:05 pace

    a little calf tightness so i'll be rolling that the next few days.

  4. RUN
    great quick one 3 mi

    quick run before the party - felt good

  5. RUN
    great back at it - easy 3 miles 3 mi 00:28 09:20 pace

    No issues other than my growing waist. Not sure if I'll be running or cycling more in 2016, but I'll be finding some motivation and working toward it. It's been 2 years since I was f... read more

  6. RUN
    great Marine Corps Marathon 26.82 mi 05:10 11:33 pace

    I ran with my wife and she dug deeper than she ever has. (Well, outside of giving birth to two human beings.) It was her first marathon and she had a few great training runs including two perfect 2... read more

  7. RUN
    great short 2-miler 2 mi

    Got a marathon Sunday! Running 10:30/11 pace with the wife. Fingers crossed my knee feels fine, weather isn't rainy as predicted, and the wife does great.

  8. RUN
    good easy longer run 10 mi 01:29 08:54 pace

    Kept it in the 9s mostly but my knee still feels that nagging thing. Just gotta get through a marathon next weekend! Should be fine running at my wife's 10:30 pace.

    • Diane V.
      Diane V.

      Ugh to the nagging! Nice 10!

      4 months ago Like

    • Pierre M.
      Pierre M.

      Have you tried KT tape or something similar? I seem to recall you did.

      4 months ago Like

    • Darrel W.
      Darrel W.

      Sorry to hear your knee is still an issue, Justin. But, the slower pace should help in the marathon. Nice ten!

      4 months ago Like

    • Dustin V.
      Dustin V.

      Nice pace on that iffy knee, Justin. Hope it holds up through the marathon!

      4 months ago Like

  9. RUN
    good easy morning run 4 mi 00:35 08:37 pace

    I've been sick with some bug so I didn't run long this past weekend and skipped yesterday. 2 weeks til the marathon -- I'm just crawling into the finish.

  10. RUN
    alright easy short run 3.5 mi 00:30 08:34 pace

    Short and easy in the perfect early morning temps. Knee is feeling it though still no discomfort at all. Just going to ride this through to the marathon and then switch to cycling for a few months.

  11. RUN
    alright easy monday 4 4 mi 00:34 08:30 pace

    Took it easy last week to rest my knee which is feeling a little something going on. Runner's Knee I hear they call it. Never any pain but if something is brewing I don't want to endanger... read more

  12. RUN
    injured shot easy run 3 mi

    Spent a couple days resting this week after developing some aching in my one knee. I've never had runner's knee and although I understand it's common and not a debilitating injury, i... read more

    • Darrel W.
      Darrel W.

      Justin - if it is runner's knee, then it'll go away, eventually! When I was a fairly new runner, it seemed to be an indicator that I needed new shoes!

      4 months ago Like2 people

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    • Tom H.
      Tom H.

      If it's the PFPS pain below the knee cap, 2-3 rest days should take care of it. If it's annoying but can still run, I've found the Mueller Jumper's Knee band works well.

      4 months ago Like1 person

    • Pierre M.
      Pierre M.

      If it's runner's knee, then moving the kneecap up and down and wobbling it a bit, and doing clamshell exercises, will fix it. If it's something else, they won't fix it. But rest always helps. Aspirin or ibuprofen are anti inflammatory, but go easy on it as you need inflammation to heal. However if it's arthritis, then aspirin and ibuprofen will help, as inflammation makes that worse! So you need to know just what's wrong and address it. No matter what, dialling it back will help.

      4 months ago Like1 person

  13. RUN
    great Good long run with Christine 15 mi

    12 miles with my wife at her marathon pace (around 10:45) and then 3 miles at around 8:20 pace to stretch the legs out. We were finally able to run together to make sure I wouldn't drive her b... read more

  14. RUN
    great easy morning run 4.5 mi

    busy day. forgot to add this this morning.