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4742 total / 0 in 2017
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Help non-runners become runners. Help runners become better runners. Bring runners into the ultra-running world. Set the world record for most 100s in 1 yr.

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Ed The Jester logged 4742 miles.

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  1. RUN
    great 2 mile home loop 2.1 mi 00:22 10:32 pace

    Easy 2 mile run for June Jester Nation challenge.

  2. RUN
    great 2 mile neighborhood loop 2.11 mi 00:20 09:31 pace

    Legs are shot from the 100 over the weekend. Day 2 of the June Jester Nation challenge. Had to get at least one mile in.

  3. RUN
    great Santa Barbara 100 104.56 mi 29:35 16:58 pace

    Tough race, somewhere around 23-27,000' gain. Temps up to 90. 5th place, 4th male - race was won by a young woman named Ginna, 24:42.

  4. RUN
    Nanny Goat 24-Hour Race - Riv... 109 mi 24:14 13:20 pace

    Nanny Goat number 6. 67th lifetime 100. 13th 100 for 2014.

    Lots of nostalgia for me, as this was my very first ultra/100 mile race, exactly five years ago on Memorial Day weekend, 2009. Great fun... read more

    • Andy L.
      Andy L.

      Congrats! That is amazing, I cannot fathom what you have and are accomplishing! I signed up for my first 50 in September and hoping for my first 100 next year...maybe I'll be hooked? :)

      over 3 years ago Like1 person

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    • Christie
      Christie You're an Inspiration
      You're an Inspiration:

      Ed you always amaze me!!!! Wonderful job!!!

      over 3 years ago

    • Martin T.
      Martin T. You're an Inspiration
      You're an Inspiration:

      Congratulations as always. Are you still on record pace for 2014?

      over 3 years ago

  5. RUN
    great La Cresta 16.47 mi 02:25 08:47 pace

    Nice 16 mile run up to La Cresta and back. 1,300'+ of gain. Feeling ready for Nanny Goat 24-hour race this weekend.

    • Martin T.
      Martin T.

      Good luck Buddy. Completed my first 100 miler last weekend. Really enjoyed it!

      over 3 years ago Like

    • Chezmoose
      Chezmoose

      Good luck with the 24 hour run. I just entered my first 100k race in June. Inspired by your distances.

      over 3 years ago Like

  6. RUN
    Big Bear, CA 100 mi 29:21 17:36 pace

    Nirvana 100 mile race. Challenging trail race at 6,500+ elevation. Total gain 15,000+ ft. 2nd place.

  7. RUN
    great Murrieta 13.73 mi 02:06 09:11 pace

    13+ mile fasting street run up to La Cresta and back - 1,200+ feet of climb. Strong winds. Garmin HR monitor not working.

  8. RUN
    great 7 mile Murrieta street run 7.72 mi 01:06 08:30 pace

    Easy 7+ mile street run, with a little bit of climb. Felt good. (Ave. HR - 150; max - 179; 2' rec. - 112)

  9. RUN
    great Salt Flats 100 - Wendover, UT 102.61 mi 28:14 16:30 pace

    Great race. Got home from work around 8 p.m. on Thursday, on the road before 9 p.m. Took turns driving all night with Martha. Lost an hour due to different time zone, so started late, by 26 minutes... read more

  10. RUN
    Big Bear 11.42 mi 01:53 09:52 pace

    Street run around Baldwin Lake in Big Bear. Actually was running behind so cut across dry lake bed, had to climb over three fences, then couldn't find the street our cabin was on. Other than t... read more

  11. RUN
    good 16.09 mi 02:32 09:25 pace

    Street run up to La Cresta and back, with 1,500+ feet of climb. Fasting run - no fluid/no fuel. Felt it on this one. Pretty wasted at the end. Ave HR - 155; max - 175; 2' recovery - 126. Time ... read more

  12. RUN
    great 11 mile Murrieta run 11.13 mi 01:33 08:22 pace

    Nice 11 mile street run. Mostly flat with a few rollers. Still favoring my left quad, tripped up with my left foot and went down twice in mile 3. Gotta lift that foot up a bit more. Speed is slowly... read more

  13. RUN
    great Murrieta 17.34 mi 02:31 08:42 pace

    Nice 17 mile street run in Murrieta. Fasting run - 2.5 hours no fluid, no fuel. 8:43 average pace, felt good throughout. Legs felt strong. Breathing wasn't labored. Best training run this yea... read more

    • Juan Carlos C.
      Juan Carlos C.

      That is a very good time returning from an injury. Not to mention fasting at that. Great work Jester!

      over 3 years ago Like1 person

    • Andy L.
      Andy L.

      Wow! Nice run! I'm working on being fat adapted but had a relapse with sugar...good luck with the 100 coming up.

      over 3 years ago Like1 person

    • Ed The Jester E.
      Ed The Jester E.

      Thanks Juan, much appreciated. The fasting-training is a trick I learned from a friend from Ireland, Ian Keith, during the ATY 3-day in 2012-13 - he set two Irish national records during that race. Seems to help get the body used to being self-reliant and teaches it to tap into the fat for fuel. At least that's the theory . . .

      over 3 years ago Like

    • Ed The Jester E.
      Ed The Jester E.

      Thanks Andy. I'm not fanatical about the 'fat for fuel' in my races, I still eat carbs too. I pretty much trust my gut in races, but I do think the fasting runs in training does help the body get used to going into the fat burning mode. At least that what I tell myself . . .

      over 3 years ago Like

  14. RUN
    good Murrieta street run 15.65 mi 02:32 09:41 pace

    Ran up to Sylvan Meadows in La Cresta and back. 1,000' of gain. Good run, legs tired.

  15. RUN
    good Mt. San Bernardino 15.47 mi 06:48 26:24 pace

    4,000' of vertical climb going up to Mt. San Bernardino. Couldn't make it to the top, snow & ice on the trail.

  16. RUN
    great Murrieta 7.76 mi 01:08 08:44 pace

    Progressive run, starting at 10-minute per mile pace, ending with sub-8 for last 1.76 miles. Felt good. Legs coming back around.

  17. RUN
    good Murrieta 7.28 mi 01:07 09:15 pace

    Legs sill feeling a bit heavy from the 100-miler.