183 total / 0 in 2019

To run a half marathon in under 2 hours, and eventually run a second marathon but enjoy it this time.

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Lee Ann logged 183 miles.

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  1. FIT
    good Sweet Trail, Newmarket 7 mi 03:00 25:42 pace

    Seven mile hike with my kid and two others, right after the half marathon. Really quite wonderful, and I am remarkably pain-free.

  2. RUN
    good Gilman Park 5 km 00:30 09:39 pace

    First run in a week, again. It will get better soon.

  3. RUN
    good Park laps 7 km 00:40 09:11 pace

    First run in almost two weeks. I have not been feeling up to running, but things have shifted, and today, I knew I could get out there and keep a cool head. Felt good, and my legs feel refreshed.

  4. RUN
    good Sakonnet Point and back via town 17 km 01:53 10:41 pace

    Good except for the last third, where I became painfully aware that 16 ounces of water is not enough. Good thing 32 ounce water belt is coming slowed me down a lot, my muscles that tend t... read more

  5. RUN
    good To Little Compton center, and... 8 km 00:49 09:51 pace

    Pretty decent run, three water stops, and I was a little too warm, but all in all a very strong, hilly run.

  6. RUN
    good 5 km loop to Dad's and back 5 km 00:28 08:51 pace

    Went in early afternoon, and it was VERY warm out. Note to self, also: pretzels for lunch is not nutritionally adequate for running fuel. But I did okay, and it felt good to get out.

  7. RUN
    alright Exeter-Kensington loop 14.4 km 01:37 10:50 pace

    I left later than I should have, and did an under-11 minute mile, but felt like I should have (a) brought more water, (b) not gone out in late morning heat, and (c) brought salt. Still, a nice rout... read more

  8. RUN
    great Park laps at night. Awesome. 5 km 00:25 07:57 pace

    Mouthful of salt and glass of water before I went. I never got tired. I think that up until I started with the salt, I have been running dehydrated and low on salts, and it's affected my abili... read more

  9. RUN
    great Around the park 12 times. Kid... 6 km 00:29 07:46 pace

    New shoes. FAST. Holy freaking hell, how did I run that fast for that long? I never do that! I mean, it's a flat course, and round and round the park always makes me go faster to get it the he... read more

  10. RUN
    great Past Dad's on John West and G... 12.3 km 01:19 10:20 pace

    So, in order to avoid a monster hill on Rte 111 (Exeter to Kingston), I went down John West Road and discovered three monster hills in a row. But the reward is that Giles Road is all along one of t... read more

  11. RUN
    blah To dad's and back 5 km 00:30 09:39 pace

    Tired, tired, tired, but I got out there and did my kilometers. I didn't sleep well last night, didn't breathe well this morning, and forgot my water, which I felt right at the fifteen mi... read more

  12. RUN
    good Twelve times around the local... 6.3 km 00:32 08:10 pace

    Started off feeling horrible and somewhat comatose. Halfway through, decided I wanted to do more than five km. This is why I run.

  13. RUN
    good To my kid's school and back, ... 10 km 00:57 09:10 pace

    The air quality was soupy, and the rain unfortunately held off while I ran (I actually like a good downpour) but the great thing about this out-and-back is that the hills that kind of kill you on t... read more

  14. RUN
    good 5 km 00:27 08:41 pace

    Night run. I love night running. However, this morning, it appears my piriformis and gluteus medius thought I was going too fast. GAH!

  15. RUN
    good LC square one round 3.5 km 00:18 08:16 pace

    Fast and pretty sweaty. Hills. Big, neverending hills. Didn't stop, so, pretty good for day after a longer run.

  16. RUN
    good Little Compton town out and back 6 km 00:38 10:11 pace

    Soaked in sweat. But no cramping! First run in a week.