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Rachel logged 181 miles.

Last workout over 2 years ago. Help get them back on track!

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  1. RUN
    great 5 mi 01:00 12:00 pace

    PR! Best part was there was NO knee pain! I'm so ridiculously excited! And now I shall have Gummi Bears. Lol

  2. RUN
    great Running 3.25 mi 00:39 12:00 pace

    First day totally free of knee pain! Woot!

  3. RUN
    great 3.2 mi

    Overcast and cool outside...perfect relaxed Sunday run. :)

  4. RUN
    good 2.5 mi

    Joints are a little sore while adjusting to pavement and sidewalks. Taking it slow and building my mileage back up. :)

  5. FIT
    great 00:15:00

    50 jacks
    30 mountain climbers
    20 Russian twists w/ 8 lb medicine ball
    x3
    3x5 sumo squats
    10 hand to foot exercise ball pass

  6. RUN
    great 1 mi 00:10:00 10:00 pace

    First run with our dog, Hazel, a lab/pit mix. She did great and I can't wait until she is used to the exercise and I can start increasing our mileage!

  7. RUN
    great 2.31 mi 00:23 09:57 pace

    Felt great. After a week of no running due to medical, I am thankful I was able to get out and get a few miles in today!

  8. I love running in the colder temperatures. I hate pants. I wear my shorts and don't care about the crazy looks I get from people. Anyone else prefer cold weather running to warmer seasons?

    • Rachel U.
      Rachel U.

      Yep! Winter is typically my highest mileage season because of it. :)

      almost 4 years ago Like1 person

    • Rachel
      Rachel

      I'm a newer runner...how do you handle the heat?? I almost MELTED this past summer when I moved to NC!

      almost 4 years ago Like

    • Rachel U.
      Rachel U.

      I handle heat well too, it's just not my preference. The more time you spend in it, the more your body will learn how to regulate heat. Same goes for cold training. Your head, your neck & the femoral arteries are the areas to keep hot or cold depending on what you need. Could be putting ice there, could be adding a layer of insulation.

      almost 4 years ago Like

    • Rachel
      Rachel

      I see a lot of 5am runs for me, before it gets above 80! LOL

      almost 4 years ago Like

  9. RUN
    2.62 mi

    They need to make an icon for "angry" running. One of those nights where I NEEDED to run. Loud music, tuning out the world, nothing but me and my legs. I ran. And aside from the need for ... read more

  10. RUN
    great 2 mi

    Ran with my sister. First time she has ran with me in a long time. It was great to get a few miles in with her, and to be converting her into a runner also!!