1701 total / 0 in 2019

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Heather Lynne logged 1701 miles.

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  1. RUN
    alright 2.6 mi 00:25 09:36 pace

    Second run in 5 days. Same distance as Monday, 1 minute faster.

  2. RUN
    alright 2.6 mi 00:26 10:00 pace

    Weird, I was sure I ran much slower than a 10 minutes pace, but the if the g-map pedometer and Fitbit don't lie... At any pace, still my first run in 78 days. My left knee may not yet be heale... read more

  3. RUN
    good 2.9 mi 00:30 10:20 pace

    First run in 129 days.

  4. RUN
    good 3.5 mi 00:30 08:34 pace

    Same route, distance, and total time run as Saturday, more consistent pace.

  5. RUN
    blah 3.5 mi 00:30 08:34 pace

    First run in 7 days. It's been rough getting back into the habit of running. I *feel* like I'm starting at square one, but the 8:34 pace suggests it's only my mind that's out of... read more

  6. RUN
    alright 3.3 mi 00:30 09:05 pace

    First run in 14 days.

  7. RUN
    alright 6.7 mi 01:00 08:57 pace

    This go around, my marathon training hasn't just been about training my body to run 26.2 miles in Boston-qualifying time. It's been about training my mind to be forgiving with myself when... read more

  8. RUN
    good 2-mile interval tempo run » 2 @ 6.9 mi 01:02 08:59 pace

    I've been treating my tempo runs more like speed work, running faster than race pace (compared to 90% of race pace). Today's tempo run was two 2-mile intervals with 10-minute recovery and... read more

  9. RUN
    good 3.6 mi 00:30 08:20 pace

    I've often found that I run faster at night than in the morning. I've wondered if it's because my depth perception is affected by the darkness, making it harder to judge both distanc... read more

  10. RUN
    good 3.6 mi 00:30 08:20 pace

    There are days where I spend the whole day contemplating my training options for that day — run, don't run and make it up on a planned rest day, don't run and make it up by running extra ... read more

  11. RUN
    blah long(ish) run 7.7 mi 01:15 09:44 pace

    Long runs are brutal on days when you're wishing you were done running before you've even begun. Every mile was a mental battle, and after 75 minutes, I surrendered, my quads and hamstrin... read more

  12. RUN
    alright speedwork » 6x800m 6.3 mi 00:59 09:21 pace

    Another day toward Yasso 800s and consistency was not my strong suit. I ran 6x800m w/ 400m recovery between splits. Target split time was 3:40. Actual split times were 3:45, 3:40, 3:39, 3:46, 3:47,... read more

  13. RUN
    good 3.3 mi 00:27 08:10 pace

    8:10 pace. Now, I'll just need to maintain that pace for an additional 23 miles to guarantee a Boston-qualifying time. NBD.

  14. RUN
    good 3.1 mi 00:28 09:01 pace

    Just took it supa supa chill this morning. :)

  15. RUN
    injured 48th Annual Y Race at South M... 13.1 mi 02:12 10:06 pace

    If you haven't seen the pic or Instastory of this morning's half marathon race, let's just say it didn't go quite as planned. I had three goals: 1) run all 13.1 miles of rolling... read more

  16. RUN
    good 4.2 mi 00:37 08:48 pace

    Run and done. For the second time in 13 hours.

  17. RUN
    good 3.2 mi 00:27 08:26 pace

    Run and done.

  18. RUN
    alright 12.3 mi 02:00 09:45 pace

    The highlight of my run was seeing a guy in an inflatable T-Rex suit handing out hugs, tiny high-fives, and occasional roars of support to morning runners. I had no idea what was lurking behind a b... read more

  19. RUN
    alright San Juan Road @ South Mountain 10.8 mi 01:50 10:11 pace

    First hill training run. There was no pace goal, only a completion goal — to run all 11ish miles of rolling hills. I'll be back at South Mountain in two weeks for a half marathon which will se... read more

  20. RUN
    good speedwork » 3x1600m 6.1 mi 00:56 09:10 pace

    Track Etiquette Pro Tip: If you're walking, jogging, or pushing a stroller, get the f*ck out of Lane 1. That lane should be left free for runners. If you insist on remaining in Lane 1, I will ... read more