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Lybbe logged 94 miles.

Last workout over 7 years ago. Help get them back on track!

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  1. RUN
    alright 3.2 mi 00:42 13:07 pace

    Run/Walk along the river path. Saw lots of orioles - beautiful birds. I may have to accept the fact that long runs just aren't possible right now. Leg and hip hurt marginally and 3 miles is ab... read more

    • Allen Nice Job
      Nice Job:

      Good work Lybbe! Good to see you on DM again.

      over 7 years ago

    • Connie O.
      Connie O. Nice Job
      Nice Job:

      I know this has been difficult for you Lybbe...but you keep trying. Good job! Do what you can...it's more than you could a month ago...right?

      over 7 years ago

  2. P90X Chest and back - 60 minutes of pushups, pullups, kickbacks, lawnmowers, and heavy pants. You'll just have to guess what the latter two are...lol Happy to be back in the loop after blowing... read more

  3. RUN
    alright 3 mi 00:43 14:20 pace

    walk/run. Didn't feel the usual tightness in my hamstring and shin area. I'm still taking it really easy. Patience grasshopper. So difficult.

    • Nik W.
      Nik W.

      you'll get there, slowly is a-okay.

      over 7 years ago Like

    • Gina H.
      Gina H.

      Yes, patience is VERY difficult. Way to hang in there!

      over 7 years ago Like

    • Connie O.
      Connie O.

      Oh cool! I knew it would be better...just take it slowly Lybbe! No need to rush it.

      over 7 years ago Like

  4. walk
    alright 4.25 mi 01:20 18:49 pace

    Leg still gets all tight and sore if I run, so I'm sticking with walking. The temptation is there at about the half way point, but as soon as I pick up speed the back of my knee and my shin h... read more

    • Royboy21 Ron S.
      Royboy21 Ron S.

      I hope you heal soon. i hate that you have been dealing with this for a while, now.

      over 7 years ago Like

    • Connie O.
      Connie O.

      Have you tried a knee brace? Just a thought...Anyway...as long as you get out there Lybbe...you're doing something good for you. Be gentle and you'll be running again in no time.

      over 7 years ago Like

    • Barry L.
      Barry L. Get Better
      Get Better:

      Here's to getting better, Lybbe.

      over 7 years ago

    • Dirtdawg50k
      Dirtdawg50k Get Better
      Get Better:

      keep at it. I think that all the walking will make you a better runner

      over 7 years ago

  5. VELO
    good 10 mi 01:10 8.6mph pace

    10 miles on the trainer to nowhere. Butt hurts, legs feel fine.

  6. RUN
    alright 2.28 mi 00:32 14:02 pace

    Very slow jog, paying attention to form. I'm sure some people could walk faster than I was running, but I have to be slow and patient if I want to keep going. My leg felt ok - more of a tightn... read more

    • Dirtdawg50k
      Dirtdawg50k

      you and I both are sadists as of late.

      over 7 years ago Like

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    • Gina H.
      Gina H.

      Nice job, Lynne. Sometimes when I'm riding my bike, I realize some people RUN as fast as I ride. :) It really doesn't matter, I'm going at the pace I can do and only competing with myself. Have a great day!

      over 7 years ago Like

    • Connie O.
      Connie O.

      Good job Lybbe. You did the right thing...took it slow and paid attention to your body.

      over 7 years ago Like

  7. RUN
    alright 2 mi 00:27 13:30 pace

    2 mile slow run outside. leg is still not feeling topnotch - resisted the urge to go further.

    • Tanya R.
      Tanya R.

      Smart move, Lybbe. Hope the leg recovers quickly.

      over 7 years ago Like

    • Gina H.
      Gina H.

      Yes, a very smart move. I need to follow your lead. Have a great day!

      over 7 years ago Like

    • Connie O.
      Connie O.

      Hang in there Lybbe...taking it a little easier means it will get better quicker...or so I've been told.

      over 7 years ago Like

  8. 1 hr P90X Chest and Back - lots of pushups and pullups (which in my case are pathetic but I'm getting better)

  9. RUN
    alright 2 mi 00:26 13:00 pace

    2 miles on treadmill. I was very apprehensive about how my left leg was going to feel, but I wore the knee brace and it seemed to help. No pain in leg as of now. If I have to wear the knee brace fo... read more

  10. 1 hr P90X arms and shoulders. Worked out in front of the van to keep sweat to a minumum. No stress on my leg.

  11. RUN
    blah 3 mi 00:38 12:39 pace

    I tried running on my sore leg, but it is definitely not ready yet. I started out feeling fine, but about half way in I got really sore and tired.

  12. 60 mins P90X - Legs and Back. Sweat is my drug of choice.

  13. Week 3 Day 1 - P90X 1 hour of sweat. Hard exercise elevates my mood and I really needed that after the bummer day I had yesterday.

  14. walk
    alright 3 mi 00:45 15:00 pace

    Leg felt ok - but it's definitely not ready for running yet.

  15. Week 2 Day 4 P90X - Legs and Back - 60min. REALLY difficult after yesterday's intense yoga workout. Everything hurts, but in a good way if that makes sense.

  16. Week 2 Day 4 P90X - 90 minutes of yoga. I found some places I didn't know I had.

  17. Week 2 Day 3 P90X - 60 mins arms and shoulders plus 15 mins AbRipperX. I love working arms and shoulders because I can actually DO all of it! For the moves I can't quite do in AbRipper - I sub... read more

  18. Week 2 Day 2 P90X - CardioX. Combination of yoga, kenpo, plyometrics and a lot of sweat for 45 minutes.

  19. Week 2 Day 1 P90X - Back and Shoulders. Lots of pushups and pullups which I am now doing with a band. Also AbRipperX which is pretty self-explanatory. Definitely easier than week one.

  20. Week 1 Day 6 P90X - Kenpo. Lots of punches and kicks. Great fun! Skipping too - glad I've been practicing. 60 minutes of fantastic workout.