3423 total / 207 in 2015

Reduce weight to 160 lbs. and run at least a 3:30 at the Twin Cities Medtronic Marathon in October. Train for a mini triathalon sometime next spring.

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Erik logged 3423 miles.

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  1. RUN
    blah 10 mi 01:30 09:00 pace

    My leg was sore again! Wanted to do more, but I am not risking injuring myself even more, so I took a long time to stretch afterwards.

  2. RUN
    good 19.84 mi 03:01 09:07 pace

    My mid-week long run. Got up at 4 am to run it, and for the most part, felt rather good. I always get tired around miles 15-18, but once I trudge through that, I actually do better and finish stron... read more

  3. RUN
    alright 6.33 mi 00:54 08:27 pace

    Hot and muggy, and I was short on time, so I only did what I could. Nice day though. Lots of Labor Day runners and bikers all over the place.

  4. RUN
    good 10 mi 01:27 08:41 pace

    Another sauna day. The hot sticky air really takes a beating on me. But I prevailed, and still felt good afterwards. Still injury free!

  5. RUN
    good 10 mi 01:26 08:35 pace

    A hot, sticky morning. Ran around the 3 major lakes in town: Lake of the Isles, Lake Calhoun, and Lake Harriet.

  6. RUN
    alright 16.07 mi 02:22 08:50 pace

    An ok run. It was a blast to get me back into marathon training. I've really been slacking this summer in training, and I have the Twin Cities marathon 6 weeks from today!

  7. RUN
    good 6.78 mi 00:56 08:18 pace

    I am going to do a better job of being consistent with my mileage and workouts. I haven't really used this site all summer, and I've got a marathon coming up in 7 weeks! It's been a ... read more

  8. RUN
    good Run Around Lake Nokomis 6.59 mi 00:54 08:09 pace

    It's been a while since I ran. I've been going to the gym, ran Grandma's Marathon last month, but I really need to pick it up if I plan on doing well in the Twin Cities Marathon in O... read more

  9. RUN
    good 17.16 mi 02:25 08:26 pace

    A good first half, but my leg was giving me problems again. I ran to the capitol in St. Paul, and actually enjoyed running in the rain, but on the way back my leg started hurting, and I slowed down... read more

  10. RUN
    good 8.21 mi 01:02 07:29 pace

    Same route as Monday, but no sun, just cloudy and gray and humid. Somehow I improved by about a whole minute!

  11. RUN
    good 8.21 mi 01:02 07:34 pace

    A gorgeous run on the West (Minneapolis) and East (St. Paul) sides of the Mississippi. My leg still hurts, but I can still run ok despite the pain!

  12. RUN
    good 10.95 mi 01:33 08:29 pace

    A beautiful day in the Twin Cities. There were a lot of people all over the 3 lakes. My leg felt better, even though it constantly reminds me of the knot that won't go away.

  13. RUN
    alright Run Around Lake Nokomis 6.59 mi 00:56 08:31 pace

    A better run than the last few, but my leg still hurt. I feel like there's a huge knot that is just waiting to be untied!

  14. RUN
    alright 3.66 mi 00:32 08:44 pace

    A short run in the morning. Leg still hurts!

  15. RUN
    blah 14.03 mi 02:10 09:15 pace

    My left leg continued to hurt, and I had to end early. Let's hope I don't have any more issues with it!

  16. RUN
    good 11.04 mi

    My upper left leg continues to hurt, but I managed to finish strong anyway

  17. RUN
    good 11.04 mi 01:32 08:20 pace

    Really cold day! Felt great

  18. RUN
    alright 11.04 mi 01:33 08:23 pace

    A beautiful day to run around 2 of my favorite lakes! I left from work, because if I went home first I probably wouldn't have ran. But I made a rookie mistake: I forgot my socks, and what did ... read more

  19. RUN
    Run Around Lake Nokomis 6.59 mi 00:56 08:32 pace

    I felt a bit sluggish today, and it was cold and wet and windy, but I had to get out there, no matter what.