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Marisa logged 112 miles.

Last workout about 8 years ago. Help get them back on track!

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  1. RUN
    great Santa Monica 16 mi 03:30 13:07 pace

    I'm tired from this run, but I reached a milestone! Last time I was injured, it was during my 16 mile run so I'm proud to have accomplished this. Ok, time to take a nap....

    • Jackie L.
      Jackie L.

      Wow that's amazing! That's so good! Hey when do you guys get back from Hawaii? We should all get together soon.

      about 8 years ago Like

  2. RUN
    great Santa Monica 7 mi 01:32 13:08 pace

    Great, easy run today. Love LA leggers!

  3. RUN
    great Griffith Park 4.8 mi 00:50 10:25 pace

    Was able to take advantage of my day off and run at Griffith Park.

  4. RUN
    great LA State Historic Park 6 mi 01:20 13:20 pace

    Ran with Eunice. Was a great, easy run.

  5. RUN
    alright LA State Historic Park 2 mi 00:23 11:30 pace

    My entire body is still sore from that long run, so it was tough to even run two miles. I think I need to rest....

  6. RUN
    alright honolulu 11.5 mi 02:26 12:41 pace

    I realized I do not like running long distances in Hawaii. I thought I was going to pass out toward the end of the run....

  7. Shared Photo

    Trail running in Turtle Bay.

  8. RUN
    great turtle bay trails 6 mi 01:13 12:09 pace

    Trail running with Brian. This is the first time I went trail running. It was beautiful, to say the least.

  9. Shared Photo

    Sunset at turtle bay

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  11. RUN
    alright Ala Wai Street, Honolulu 3.06 mi 00:34 11:12 pace

    Left knee was sore from yesterday's run. I probably should have rested today, but couldn't resist running in Hawaii. Gotta take advantage of every moment I have here!

  12. RUN
    good Diamond Head 7.79 mi 01:34 12:04 pace

    Running in Hawaii is a different type of run. It's so damn hot it's a constant struggle to continue, but once in awhile you get caught up in its beauty that you forget how much your body... read more