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Ken logged 675 miles.

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  1. I haven't posted here since the fall of 2013, although I've kept on running. Six weeks to go until half-marathon #5. Running it with my adult daughter in Madison, WI. It will be the first... read more

  2. RUN
    great Inter-City & Falling Waters 4 mi 00:41 10:18 pace

    Low 40s, sporadic drizzles...Fall is here!

  3. RUN
    great Inter-City Trail 2.03 mi 00:19 09:11 pace

    A bit of sprinting to get the cobwebs from the workday out.

  4. RUN
    great Headless Horseman-Howell, MI 3.1 mi 00:30 09:50 pace

    Fun 5K that began after dark. A horse with a headless rider leads the runners and we even went through the cemetery. My 3rd year running it.

  5. RUN
    alright My neighborhood 1.9 mi 00:19 10:00 pace

    Needed to clear my head. A friend who I went on a trail run with 2 weeks ago, and who has been a family friend for almost 18 years, was diagnosed with breast cancer today. My wife was diagnosed a... read more

  6. Shared Photo

    My shirt for today's Half Marathon that I dedicated to those battling Stage IV Breast Cancer.

  7. RUN
    great Wild Life Half Marathon -- Fa... 13.16 mi 02:26 11:07 pace

    Running weather at its very best! Shaved 9 minutes off my time from the Flying Pig in May. Dedicated the run to all those fighting Stage IV breast cancer. Posting the photo of my shirt soon.

    • Isaac M.
      Isaac M.

      great run and taking 9 minutes off!!! nice dedication!

      over 5 years ago Like1 person

    • Jill W.
      Jill W. Congrats

      very inspirational!

      over 5 years ago

    • Lucia V.
      Lucia V. Congrats

      Great job, Ken! Hard work pays off!

      over 5 years ago

    • Larry D.
      Larry D. Nice Job
      Nice Job:

      Fantastic race Ken and for such a great cause.

      over 5 years ago

  8. RUN
    great Waterloo Recreation Area - Po... 9.7 mi 01:53 11:37 pace

    Ran the trail at Portage Lake this morning with my friend Martha York. First time I've been there. Humid, mega-hills, nature all over, and I only tripped once on a tree root. Great run!

  9. RUN
    good Neighborhood 2.9 mi 00:30 10:11 pace

    Warmer out there than I expected today. Having fun with Garmin 10.

  10. RUN
    great 2.26 mi 00:24 10:30 pace

    After work fartleks and a few hills. A good way to end a long day!

  11. RUN
    good 3.24 mi 00:36 11:02 pace

    Trying out my new Garmin 10 Forerunner. Will get it synced soon. Never had this much data on a run. Welcoming myself to the world of running technology -- Wow!

  12. RUN
    great 6:50 AM: Mr. Ken's Neighborhood 1.7 mi 00:17 09:44 pace

    A smooch from my sweetie before she left for work, then a "shake the sleep off" run before my work day begins. Temps mid-40s and daylight began to peek through. Happy hump day!

  13. RUN
    good Brain Cleansing Time! 1.9 mi 00:18 09:22 pace

    Evening sprint to wash (sweat!) the day away. Beautiful Michigan evening.

  14. RUN
    great Inter-City Trail 3.1 mi 00:30 09:41 pace

    That was a really good one!

  15. LOOKING FOR FEEDBACK. 3 runs this week, a little over 6.5 miles total, concentrating on tempo and hills (which I'm very fond of). Was training for my first marathon (Oct. 13) then employee/wor... read more

    • Steven S.
      Steven S.

      Sounds like you'll be more than ready for a ½ four weeks from now.

      over 5 years ago Like1 person

    • Marcie M.
      Marcie M.

      On the one hand I would say that your current weekly mileage doesn't lend to a HM in 4 weeks. But, as you point out, you have done the distance before, and yes, if you can get a 12-miler in, you can sure run a Half. So I would say, yes, do it. Only thing to add is be careful with focusing too much on the tempo and hills. A little really does go a long way. 1, maybe 2 sessions a week is plenty--getting in some good base, aerobic miles around that (assuming you have the time) is key. Good luck Ken

      over 5 years ago Like1 person

    • Isaac M.
      Isaac M.

      I think just take the 12 mile run really slow and listen to your body... you know your body the best. But if you can do the 12, you can easily do a 13.... even if you can do a 10...

      over 5 years ago Like1 person

  16. RUN
    great Inter-City Trail & MS Track 2.4 mi 00:20 08:29 pace

    More tempo running with a few hills tossed in at the end...because I love hills!

  17. RUN
    good Inter-City Trail & Streets 2.3 mi 00:22 09:35 pace

    "Ladder" tempo drills.

  18. RUN
    good Fartleks: Inter-City Trail 2 mi

    Quick fartleks on a much cooler but very humid morning.

  19. RUN
    good Cascades Neighborhood 3.64 mi 00:41 11:18 pace

    My first run in 2 weeks. Some work priorities immediately after vacation pushed me off my training square. It became obvious I wouldn't be able to do my marathon training plan justice for 10... read more