21168 total / 763 in 2016

Boston Marathon. April 18th 2016. Not sure what I'm gonna' do after that. I can't focus on more than one goal at a time. Maybe more trail ultras.

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  • 6 miles
  • 01:30 time
  • 814 calories
  • 3 workouts
  • This Week time period


  1. swim
    great Swunch 1.02 mi 00:30 29:24 pace

    80. Sunny. And all alone in a pristine pool. Nice little workout. Ahhhh.

  2. RUN
    good Brazen Coyotes = Fartleks 3.5 mi 00:30 08:38 pace

    I was thinking about longer today, but the left achilles and right PF are still troublesome, so this was just a little bit of moving to keep the blood flowing. 50 degrees. just getting light. be... read more

  3. swim
    good Breezy swim 1750 yd 00:30 30:10 pace

    Would have been longer- but once again, spent too much time chatting with Alice and Jill. Sky was partly cloudy and breezy today. Nice little swim. 500 w/u, 500 moderate, 250 kicks, 250 hard, the... read more

  4. RUN
    injured DNS

    Got up at 5:30. Another glorious morning. eh- achilles a little sore. no reason to push it right now, so blew off my run. it's cool.

  5. RUN
    good TRP Run up Sabino Canyon 7.41 mi 01:07 09:00 pace

    I had forgotten how magically beautiful Sabino Canyon is in the early morning- especially in the spring with so many flowers. Met up with the TRP group, always friendly, took our picture and heade... read more

  6. RUN
    good 1st Run After 3.46 mi 00:30 08:43 pace

    Yay- running again. Felt pretty good. Still a few little sore muscles left over from Monday, but it was a beautiful morning. Ben was thrilled to be running again, as was I. Nice little short loo... read more

  7. swim
    good 'nother swim 2000 yd 00:34 29:55 pace

    Sunny. Warm. No wind. The only one in the pristine pool. Perhaps a little lonely, but it kept me from yada yadaing my workout away. The legs are beginning to feel spritely again, but I'm sav... read more

    • Jeff L.
      Jeff L.

      If you would have told me a year and a half ago my name would be attached to a swim routine, I would have told you that you're smoking something.

      7 days ago Like3 people

    • Ben K.

      If I can swim that fast I'll smoke whatever it is. Nicely done Morey. Enjoy the run tomorrow.

      7 days ago Like1 person

    • Isaac M.
      Isaac M.

      glad you are giving your legs a well earned couple days off!

      7 days ago Like

    • Kevin M.
      Kevin M.

      Nice going Morey

      7 days ago Like

  8. swim
    great After Work splash 1250 yd 00:20 28:09 pace

    That felt just terrific to do a nice stretch out swim. My legs are feeling surprisingly good. Minimal soreness. I can easily do steps, even jump-squats. Can't wait to run again... but not fo... read more

    • Tabatha H.
      Tabatha H.

      You definitely earned the right and I'll bet they enjoyed hearing about it.

      8 days ago Like

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    • Kevin M.
      Kevin M.

      Just read the Marathon report, big CONGRATS Morey, super time in the conditions and a fabulous write up. Yep you earned your right to be there, so glad you had a great run and a great time. Recover well and look forward to your next adventure

      7 days ago Like

    • Isaac M.
      Isaac M.

      glad the recovery is going well! nice swim!

      7 days ago Like

  9. RUN
    great Boston Marathon 26.2 mi 03:24 07:46 pace

    Everyone has their story. Some routes are easier, some are harder. Mine is probably about average. Regardless- it has been a long road. The first time I qualified for Boston was in in my 2nd ma... read more

  10. Shared Photo

    John and I at Athlete's Village. We ready!

  11. VELO
    Borrowed the hotel bike 6.2 mi

    Sweet easy ride (and some
    Walking) around Boston. Beautiful day.

  12. RUN
    great Magnificent Boston Shakeout 4 mi 00:37 09:15 pace

    Firstly- it's a spectacular day in the city. Clear, sunny, 50. Just perfect to be out for a jog. Unlike NYCM, the Boston runners seem to be the majority around here. The whole downtown area i... read more

    • Helene W.
      Helene W.

      Running Boston is something, a great moment in any runner's life, no matter how many times we run it. Enjoy!

      11 days ago Like

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    • Ben K.

      I've only got the NYCM experience to draw from, so I'll be relying on you to paint me the picture of Boston. I hope the hat keeps you warm enough before the start of the race. Once again...GOOD LUCK!

      11 days ago Like

    • Paul S.
      Paul S.

      Rock it out!

      10 days ago Like

  13. Shared Photo

    Yeah- we had a DM meetup with all the really cool and good looking DMers.

  14. RUN
    good 5 w/ 6x100m pickups 5.4 mi 00:45 08:19 pace

    Legs are feeling almost ready. Still some lower leg pains- but they'll be plenty of other things hurting during the marathon way more than those. Tossed in 6 x 100m pickups, just like Pfitz ... read more

  15. #dailymission You only have 30 minutes to get in your workout/train-what are you doing? Blowing off the workout.

  16. RUN
    good 7 w/ 2@MP 7.11 mi 01:01 08:31 pace

    Legs still not feeling all that close to being ready, but that's OK for now. 5 more days to shed the fatigue. I still have my regular aches and pains (achilles, posterior tibias, plantar fas... read more

    • Ann H.
      Ann H.

      stop running!! kidding. but dang, pfitz is aggressive. funny (not funny) that the weather here has been chilly basically until this weekend, when it'll probably be a lot closer to what you're used to. dress rehearsal might have been possible? MP with 140s is a dream. very nice.

      15 days ago Like

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    • Darrell G.
      Darrell G.

      You are ready, Morey. Period.

      15 days ago Like

    • Isaac M.
      Isaac M.

      nice dress rehearsal! You are so ready for Monday! Glad Ben saw his friend!

      15 days ago Like

  17. RUN
    good Light Rain. Easy Recovery Run 5.5 mi 00:51 09:16 pace

    Just a short recovery run on the docket today. I figured that I just couldn't run this slow enough. Legs still feel fatigued and some aches and pains- but they still have 6 more days to get r... read more

  18. Shared Photo

    Bernard Lagat keeps stealing my Strava CRs! (this was an uphill segment, don't think I could do it much faster)

  19. RUN
    good MLR in the Park 12 mi 01:40 08:20 pace

    Damp, cool, mostly cloudy with a nice breeze. Just a beautiful morning for a run. Legs not exactly feeling frisky yet, but I guess that's on plan. Ran into the park via the Broadway Trailhea... read more

  20. Shared Photo

    I always lose count and never really know if I did the right number of pickups. Looks like I got my 6 in today. Pace was ~4:40/mi. Or, about the same pace as world class runners do marathons. I ... read more

    • Steve

      Some years ago I looked at my pace as I ran down a hill and it dropped under 5 min pace and I thought to myself that my pace going down the hill was almost as fast as the Olympic qualifiers I had just watched a few days earlier were averaging for the entire marathon. It's pretty humbling sometimes.

      20 days ago Like

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    • Karen A.
      Karen A.

      I'm so glad I'm not the only person to lose count! A few years ago I saw a video where Anderson Cooper ran against Shalane on the track. He's an athletic guy, so I figured he had a chance. She gave him a head start, and then absolutely dropped him. I am still boggled by that kind of speed over the course of a marathon. Amazing stuff. Well done today!

      20 days ago Like1 person

    • Morey B.
      Morey B.

      They are physiological freaks!

      20 days ago Like