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Amy logged 342 miles.

Last workout over 3 years ago. Help get them back on track!

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  1. RUN
    great Lochmere 3 mi 00:31 10:27 pace

    huge negative splits, 11:10, 10:38, 9:45! need to work on smaller splits so I don't wear out, but so proud of that last mile! I was spent after the 3rd mile. Going to work on it again tomorrow... read more

    • Rachel D.
      Rachel D.

      Wow! That's an awesome way to finish a run. Definitely leaves you smiling!

      over 3 years ago Like

    • Bill P.
      Bill P.

      Awesome splits-really cranked it out on that last mile!

      over 3 years ago Like

  2. Shared Photo

    skinny turkey half finish, WHOA hills

    • Bill P.
      Bill P.

      Really nice course! Hated to miss it!

      over 3 years ago Like

    • Amy U.
      Amy U.

      it was very pretty! lots of hills but great neighborhoods.

      over 3 years ago Like

  3. RUN
    great 4 mi 00:47 11:45 pace

    nice shakeout run, hips are sore from my half on thurs and bike on fri, but legs feel good. gorgeous day in NC!!!

  4. VELO
    good ATT 17 mi 02:17 7.4mph pace

    sore hips from my race yesterday! nice ride with my family!

  5. RUN
    alright Skinny Turkey half marathon 13.25 mi 02:42 12:13 pace

    holy HILLS. that was rough!

  6. RUN
    great trail 10 mi 02:01 12:04 pace

    sore legs, slow miles. beautiful trail!

  7. FIT
    blah body pump 01:00

    first time back to Pump in months...oof my muscles!

    • Rachel D.
      Rachel D.

      Yeah, and they'll be reminding you about it for the next couple of days too ;-)

      almost 4 years ago Like

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    • Rachel D.
      Rachel D.

      I read a strategy in one running book where they actually recommended doing your strength workout on the same day as a relatively tough run, just separate them by a few hours. That way you could get the soreness from both workouts addressed in one shot. Sometimes it's hard to do strength without it ruining your running for the next few days. This tactic kind of addresses that. Just something to mull over as you work on your training plans.

      over 3 years ago Like

    • Amy U.
      Amy U.

      thanks for the idea!

      over 3 years ago Like

  8. RUN
    alright ran greenway trails 3.66 mi 00:43 11:44 pace

    lead legs! so sore from yesterday's 8 miler

  9. RUN
    great trails <3 8.25 mi 01:32 11:09 pace

    I LOVE TRAIL RUNNING!!!!!