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  • 26 miles
  • 01:49 time
  • 1149 calories
  • 2 workouts
  • This Week time period


  1. RUN
    alright two dog jog 3.36 mi 00:30 08:55 pace

    plodded along. was thinking about maybe today being my long run day, but eh, not feeling it. maybe tomorrow or thursday.

    • Jeff L.
      Jeff L.

      In a sudden moment of clarity, the Unstructured One holds back. Alert the press!

      about 3 hours ago Like

  2. Boston Runners: DM Meet-up at Dillon's. 2pm. Saturday the 15th. (for those of you that miss her, you'll get to see Ann Hammer.)

    Dillions is on Boyleston, right across from the ex... read more

  3. VELO
    good Easy bike ride- with royalty ... 22.3 mi 01:19 16.9mph pace

    Thought I should take a running rest day, so did an easy pedal down the flat path. Stopped to chat with Bernard Lagat who was just finishing up an 11 miler- and damn, he was flying. Gonna see if I... read more

  4. Shared Photo

    I'm calling this my most successful marathon build ever. Less structured intensity, but good volume and carefully managed stress. that one 30mi week I was in Disney with my daughter.

  5. RUN
    great 81mi Running this week! 12.6 mi 01:47 08:29 pace

    Started with an easy 3.5mi with my pups. Ben did well for an old guy and JJ was her normal annoying self, yanking and barking at every other dog walking in the 'hood. Left them at home and d... read more

  6. swim
    good just a quickie 1000 yd 00:16 28:09 pace

    A little stretch out in the pool. 500 to get the blood flowing, then a couple of moderate paced 250's. and, then had to go. spent too much time talking to Jill.

  7. RUN
    good TRP with Kristy 12.1 mi 01:43 08:30 pace

    Nice chatty easy jog along the Rillito with Kristy. Miles flew by. then added 1.1mi around the hood for a walk with Ben and JJ. All good. Guess today wasn't final long run day. maybe earl... read more

  8. RUN
    great wow- felt good 8.11 mi 01:05 08:00 pace

    This was supposed to be just a recovery run, but after a few miles of warmup, I felt darn good, and brought it home at MP. Nice. Granted, I'll pay for this tomorrow. read more

  9. RUN
    good TTR on the River Path 6.12 mi 00:50 08:07 pace

    Mostly easy at the start, and then a progressive fast finish. Felt pretty good considering this morning's run.

  10. RUN
    good Hilly Half 13.22 mi 01:48 08:10 pace

    Needed to get in a mid week MLR and some hills, so this is about the hilliest route there is from my house, and I concentrated mostly on pounding the long downhills in prep for Boston. Still less ... read more

  11. RUN
    good Batty 10.6 mi 01:29 08:20 pace

    Got in a little easy pre-dawn MLR. Lotsa' bats returning to roost under the bridges. Not that I'm scared of bats, but there were hundreds of them in the air around my head as I ran thro... read more

  12. RUN
    alright Insanity Tuesday 6 mi 01:05 10:50 pace

    not a brilliant day. felt sluggish on my run to and fro class, and my PTT was really hurting again. Thought I had gotten over it. Was hoping to put in one last huge week before taper, but might ... read more

    • Darrell G.
      Darrell G.

      How far out before a marathon do you begin your tapering, Morey? I'm asking because I have my first one in Chicago later this year. Thanks.

      7 days ago Like1 person

    • John K.
      John K.

      FWIW, my Caumsett marathon/50k PR is a testament to how not training as much as you want, and feeling jaded/sick, can still lead to a good race...

      7 days ago Like1 person

    • Morey B.
      Morey B.

      2 or 3 weeks, depending on how big of a fatigue hole you've dug yourself into and your recovery. Taper still requires running, and intensity- just reduced volume. Plenty of good training plans out there. You're a consistent runner Darrell- you'll do great. But a marathon is 3 times as long as a half. Don't kid yourself. it's some serious shit.

      7 days ago Like1 person

    • Darrell G.
      Darrell G.

      Thank you, Morey. To be honest, that's why I've always stuck with the Half Marathon -- I get the thrill without the torture. I might run two marathons on that day; my first and last. -:)

      7 days ago Like1 person

  13. RUN
    alright Both ways 12.5 mi 01:49 08:41 pace

    did 6ish by myself down to the Pantano path, then met up with a friend and we ran across the wash on the Rillito path. Not sure how she felt about the "trail" aspects of getting there :)... read more

  14. Shared Photo

    Winners in my Age Group. Thing is, the order of height is **opposite** our podium positions. :) Then again, being that tall is probably a disadvantage for running. With Tim and Luis

  15. RUN
    good Marana 5000 3.12 mi 00:20 06:22 pace

    1st 5K race in nearly 2 years. Didn't know how it would go, but I thought I had a chance at getting under 20min (got a 19:54). Think I went out a tad fast, then just hung on. [6:16, 6:25, 6:... read more

  16. RUN
    good Warm-up 3.12 mi 00:27 08:39 pace

    A little warm-up jog for the Marana 5000 race. Just did the course to 'scout it out'. A couple pickups at the end. Feeling great.

    • Darrell G.
      Darrell G.


      9 days ago Like1 person

    • Pope Jan
      Pope Jan

      What's so special about pickups? From my time in the US, I seem to remember that they were about 50% of the cars out there. ;-)

      9 days ago Like1 person

    • Morey B.
      Morey B.

      naw- wasn't referring to the ubiquitous vehicles of the south west. Rather, I was hitting on a couple of cute female runners. They gave me their race numbers. Almost as good as phone numbers.

      9 days ago Like1 person

  17. RUN
    good 'nother eight 8.5 mi 01:10 08:17 pace

    Felt fine. A little fatigued, but that's good. I've got a little race tomorrow and didn't want to overdo it. Ran across the wash, and hit the end of the Loop path, where I saw some... read more

    • Jeff L.
      Jeff L.

      Play that race smart, bro. Think long term. (Glad you felt fine!)

      10 days ago Like1 person

    • Cari H.
      Cari H.

      I have a HS XC runner at home - no way can I even run their "easy pace" - but I remember the days I could beat him! (when he was 10!)

      9 days ago Like

  18. RUN
    good Easy Eight 8.22 mi 01:12 08:45 pace

    Certainly feeling the fatigue from last nights hard miles, but nothing in pain. Took it easy, ran around the local pool, then did the sandy single track on the north side of the wash, then onto th... read more

  19. RUN
    great Warm TRP Evening 6.8 mi 00:51 07:32 pace

    Felt pretty good tonight. PTT was solid and never said a word to me. Ethan's mom took little Hazel in the stroller, so as he was free from pushing tonight, so it was a bit of challenge to ke... read more

  20. RUN
    good Loop Lollygag 8.2 mi 01:08 08:17 pace

    Nice easy run on the loop. The PTT held up and felt OK for the whole first part, but then was getting a little sore by the end. Much better than yesterday tho- which indicates that it's in &... read more