Miles:
3895 total / 60 in 2016
Goal:

Continue to run happy and healthy, and break PRs: Sub 60-minute 10k; Sub 2:15 half marathon (Done!); Finish NYC Marathon in 4:40

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  • 7 miles
  • 01:19 time
  • 1012 calories
  • 2 workouts
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Entries

  1. RUN
    great 4 for Tuesday 4 mi 00:45 11:21 pace

    Another perfect morning for a run. Loosened up quickly, and actually had a nice progressive

  2. RUN
    great Zap 3 mi 00:34 11:14 pace

    Beautiful morning for a run. A little sore after Saturday's long run, but I loosened up and felt good

  3. RUN
    good Distance Series No. 2 10.1 mi 02:00 11:51 pace

    Really enjoyed this long run at Fort Monroe. Beautiful scenery, perfect weather and Shock Top beer at the post race party. Longest run(by far) since MCM

  4. RUN
    tired Awful 3 mi 00:36 11:58 pace

    I don't know why I'm having such a hard time getting going this year. I felt awful before starting, and it went downhill from there--I even tripped and fell over a seam in the sidewalk! ... read more

  5. RUN
    good Brrrr 4.1 mi 00:48 11:46 pace

    A little warmer than yesterday, but still pretty freakin' cold!

  6. RUN
    good Cool Zap 3.18 mi 00:38 11:52 pace

    Winter's here--for a day, at least. A little slow, but feeling good

  7. RUN
    blah Slow Seven 7.1 mi 01:29 12:32 pace

    Beautiful, sunny morning. Strong wind at my back made the out bound leg easier, but coming back was rough! Longest run since MCM

  8. RUN
    great Cool Morning Run 4 mi 00:47 11:43 pace

    Beautiful, brisk morning. Felt good, just couldn't run fast

  9. RUN
    injured Distance Series I 6 mi 01:08 11:15 pace

    First race of the Strider's Distance Series. Beautiful morning. My shoe came untied around mile 3.5. When I knelt down to tie it, my foot slipped on the (wet) road stripe, and I gave my knee a... read more

  10. RUN
    great Thursday Miles 3.05 mi 00:34 11:06 pace

    Ran a different (shorter) route through Old Towne. Cloudy, but pleasant temperature and not as windy. Hip/leg felt good. Looking forward to first distance series race on saturday

  11. RUN
    great Four Cold Ones for Lunch 4 mi 00:45 11:18 pace

    Nice run along the Portsmouth waterfront. The wind made for some tough going, but a pretty, cold winter day was a good time to get some cobwebs out!

  12. RUN
    great Three the Cold Way 3.1 mi 00:34 11:05 pace

    Cold and dark this morning, but a fun, quiet run before the neighborhood woke up

  13. RUN
    good Happy New Year 5.05 mi 00:48 09:26 pace

    First run of the year. Great weather, feeling good. Hope it's going to be a healthy year

  14. RUN
    good Last run of the year 3.1 mi 00:36 11:34 pace

    Looks like 2015 is ending the way it started-recovering from an injury. Let's hope that 2016 will be healthier--and faster!

  15. RUN
    good Last run of the year 3.1 mi 00:36 11:34 pace

    Looks like 2015 is ending the way it started-recovering from an injury. Let's hope that 2016 will be healthier--and faster!

  16. RUN
    good Monday Miles 4.1 mi 00:47 11:24 pace

    Nice,but windy day to run off some Christmas cheer. Slowly building up my miles again

  17. RUN
    good Second Run 2.53 mi 00:28 10:58 pace

    Amazing how sore my legs were after Thursday's run. Did some squats and lunges yesterday to work the other leg muscles. Still sore today, but ran 2.5 pain free

  18. RUN
    good Coming Back 2 mi 00:22 10:45 pace

    I haven't run since the Marine Corps Marathon. I had awful pain in my hip and thigh. I thought it was a recurrence of my back issues, but an MRI found no new damage to my back. The doc said th... read more

  19. VELO
    good Rainy Ride 10.02 mi 00:35 17.2mph pace

    I get my epidural steroid injection tomorrow. Hopefully, I'll be good to resume running after that.

  20. VELO
    good Vacation Ride, II 13 mi 00:45 17.3mph pace

    Pulled into St. Maarten today. Was riding the bike as we did, and it felt like I was peddling the ship into the dock.