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  • 19 miles
  • 02:45 time
  • 2130 calories
  • 2 workouts
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  1. RUN
    good Rutherford/Nutley 9.13 mi 01:21 08:50 pace

    Recovery run with mile six at hopeful MP because I was bored (7:26).

  2. RUN
    good Rutherford track and Wallington 10.12 mi 01:24 08:18 pace

    Did 3X(800,600,600) after 3-mile warm-up. 800s in (3:05, 2:58 and 2:57). Trying to shake off a little marathon-training burnout.

  3. RUN
    good Charlotte, NC 6.11 mi 01:05 10:35 pace

    Easy six miles with my friend, Becky from the Clifton RRC, who just happens to be in Charlotte the same time as me. Hot and humid morning.

    • C T.
      C T.

      I just got back from NC last night. It was hot and really humid there.

      3 days ago Like1 person

    • Rich T
      Rich T

      We could have organized a Jersey run.

      3 days ago Like1 person

    • C T.
      C T.

      Maybe, but we would have had to meet somewhere between Ocean Isle Beach and Charlotte. The way you have been running, I suggest we meet in Lumberton and then have the all-you-can-eat meal at http://www.fullersbbq.com/. The wives will come and get us with our bellies distended, right?

      3 days ago Like

  4. RUN
    alright Charlotte, NC (96 degrees) 9.1 mi 01:20 08:44 pace

    Ridiculously hot and sunny run down South. Waiting for 5 p.m. and following a burger and a beer also wasn't a good idea. Miles were 8:24, 8:26, 8:18, 8:36, 8:46, 8:23, 9:12, 8:53 and 9:20. Las... read more

    • Richard V.
      Richard V.

      Burger, beer, run .... good man Richie

      4 days ago Like1 person

    • Tom H.
      Tom H.

      Good job getting it done, Rich! Make sure to eat some BBQ at Mac's Speed Shop in Charlotte. Also, I've already signed you up for Badwater 2015, I can drive the air-conditioned crew van :)

      4 days ago Like

    • C T.
      C T.

      Oh no. You can't run in the afternoons there. You got to get out by 6 am. Otherwise it's better to just stay with burgers and beers.

      3 days ago Like

  5. RUN
    good Lyndhurst/N.Arlington 10.41 mi 01:20 07:38 pace

    Solid tempo run. Two-mile warm-up (8:42, 8:31), four-mile tempo at what was supposed to be MP but was faster (7:00, 7:18, 7:17, 7:01), then four miles quicker to get home (7:45, 7:48, 7:28 and 7:31).

  6. RUN
    good Rutherford/Wallington 9.1 mi 01:20 08:44 pace

    Easy recovery.

  7. RUN
    good Rutherford track 10.5 mi 01:26 08:08 pace

    Haven't hit the track for intervals in a few weeks, so it felt good to finish this one up and get back in the swing. Did 8X800 and was all over the place time-wise (3:10, 3:05, 3:08, 3:05, 3:0... read more

  8. RUN
    good Jersey City - 5K with the wife 3.15 mi 00:36 11:34 pace

    Paced wife, Linda Lisanti T. to her first ever "running" 5K. She managed negative splits in her first race. How come I can't do that, too? :-) Her official time for 3.10 miles was 35... read more

    • C T.
      C T.

      I personally think she probably did so well despite your coaching.

      9 days ago Like1 person

    • Rich T
      Rich T

      Haha!!! You're probably right. I told her not to listen to a word I say.

      9 days ago Like

  9. RUN
    good Passaic 5.1 mi 00:44 08:37 pace

    Recovery run through Passaic...now off to Jersey City to pace the wife Linda Lisanti T. in her first ever running 5K.

  10. RUN
    great To Saddle River Park through ... 23.3 mi 03:14 08:18 pace

    Longest training run ever felt effortless. Definitely marathon-ready and still have seven weeks of training left. Kept it between 8-830 for 21 miles, then the last two miles at 7:36 and 7:20. Had p... read more

  11. RUN
    good Lyndhurst/N.Arlington 11.2 mi 01:32 08:10 pace

    Felt a little more like myself this morning. Legs were still tired from 16 miles yesterday, but thought this was a good effort. Miles - 9:15, 8:27, 8:34, 8:21, 8:00, 7:59, 7:48, 7:47, 7:55, 8:03 an... read more

    • C T.
      C T.

      I say that was a good effort. - You are putting in amazing mileage these days.

      13 days ago Like1 person

    • Rich T
      Rich T

      Thanks, Christian. Just hoping to continue injury-free :-)

      13 days ago Like

  12. RUN
    alright Rutherford 3.1 mi 00:37 11:50 pace

    Ran a training 5K with the the wife Linda Lisanti T. when she got home from work. Took her on a hillier route, which kicked her butt. But she finished it strong with only a few expletives thrown my... read more

  13. RUN
    alright Hasbrouck Heights/Wood-Ridge 13.1 mi 01:47 08:09 pace

    This after-work running is tough. Hot, humid and hilly with heavy legs isn't the best combination, but got through it without any noticeable pain in either leg or hip. Kept all the miles in th... read more

  14. RUN
    Around town 3.12 mi 00:28 09:04 pace

    Easy run to test my right shin and left hip. A little stuff at first, but loosened up after a mile. Hopefully back on schedule tomorrow morning.

    • Jill W.
      Jill W.

      i'll be looking for your post tomorrow :)

      14 days ago Like

    • Rich T
      Rich T

      Thanks, Jill :-) I might even go crazy and push my run off until the afternoon.

      14 days ago Like

  15. RUN
    tired Wildwood Crest/Wildwood/North... 13.1 mi 01:53 08:36 pace

    Got the miles in, but just felt achy everywhere. Right shin pain was back a little, left calf tightness, tight hips. May need a couple rest days to recover. The route, however, was beautiful.

    • C T.
      C T.

      Yes. Maybe you need to take it easy for a couple days. Run only with the wife. Collect points for it. And that's it.

      17 days ago Like1 person

    • Rich T
      Rich T

      Yeah, Christian, my body is trying to tell me something.

      17 days ago Like1 person

  16. RUN
    good Wildwood Crest/Wildwood 9.1 mi 01:25 09:19 pace

    First 3.12 miles with the wife, who's doing great on her couch to 5K (11:52, 11:38, 11:45). Last six (8:20, 8:09, 8:09, 7:59, 7:55 and 8:07) along the crowded boardwalk. Great people watching.

    • C T.
      C T.

      Nice that you ran the first 5k with Linda. - I hear the boardwalk is also great for runners watching who are dodging the walkers.

      18 days ago Like1 person

    • Rich T
      Rich T

      It's crazy crowded, but it's fun outrunning the bikes.

      18 days ago Like

  17. RUN
    good Wildwood Crest/Cape May 10.1 mi 01:17 07:38 pace

    Took of yesterday because of a couple calf issues (right AND left), but felt much better today. Why not start the mini-vacation with a 10-mile tempo run? Two-mile warm-up (7:52, 7:44), six-mile hop... read more

    • Tom H.
      Tom H.

      Nice job getting it done, Rich! What's the calf issue, tightness or something else?

      20 days ago Like1 person

    • Rich T
      Rich T

      Thanks, Tom. I believe my left calf was just really sore from doing hill repeats because that pain is gone now. The right one the pain is in the lower front by the shins and there was a noticeable bump that has lessened since. Thinking it was/is just a knot in the muscle.

      19 days ago Like

    • Tom H.
      Tom H.

      Cool, hopefully it stays manageable. I have calf tightness a lot walking around but find after the 1-2 warmup miles it works itself out before the workout. I use a whole arsenal of foam rollers and exercise balls, the one I use the most is this guy - http://www.amazon.com/Pro-Tec-Athletics-Density-Massage-Diameter/dp/B00B2YAD46. It's a little bigger than a softball and more firm than most foam rolls. Great for getting out knots.

      19 days ago Like1 person

    • Rich T
      Rich T

      Awesome, thanks Tom. My wife will want to kill you since our spare room already looks like a running locker room. But the more running goodies I have, the better.

      19 days ago Like1 person

  18. RUN
    alright Lyndhurst/N.Arlington 11.35 mi 01:38 08:40 pace

    Good mileage, plus 10 steep hill sprints. Legs are dead. First time doing hill sprints in about half a year.

  19. RUN
    good Rutherford/Wallington 8.11 mi 01:19 09:43 pace

    First 3.1 miles with wife, Linda Lisanti T. She ran (no walking) the full 5K in 36 minutes. Very impressive after just three months of training. Did the last 5 between 8 and 8:30 pace.

  20. RUN
    great Rutherford to Saddle River Pa... 22.12 mi 03:00 08:09 pace

    Great rainy long run. First 11 in the 8:10-8:30 pace. Last 11 in the 7:30 to 7:50 pace. Felt awesome this morning.