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Rob logged 6177 miles.

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  1. RUN
    great Beat the Blerch Marathon 26.2 mi 04:25 10:05 pace

    36 minutes faster than the PR I set 3 months ago?


  2. RUN
    great No mercy 4 mi 00:31 07:38 pace

    I straight up tore the track into little tiny pieces tonight, running the front- and back-end 400s of our ladder workout (400/800/1200/1600/1200/800/400) in a mind-boggling 85 seconds each.

    Hell y... read more

  3. RUN
    great Mt Hood 50 31 mi 07:12 13:56 pace

    THAT WAS SO FREAKING AWESOME!!!!!!!!!! What a day and what an incredible race!

    OMG! I'm officially an ultramarathoner!!!!!

    Crazy right????????



  4. RUN
    good New shoe shakeout/recovery 3.28 mi 00:30 09:08 pace

    30 easy minutes on the TM. Half a recovery run from yesterday, half a getting-to-know-you session with my new Saucony Mirages. Yum and yes and so good.

  5. RUN
    alright Track night 5.83 mi 00:59 10:06 pace

    8x800s (plus recovery intervals and cooldown). It was hot and difficult.

  6. FIT
    great Freedom

    RIP James Horner. A huge cauldron of win; you will be missed.

    1900M rowing
    Weights and core
    50 minute elliptical

    Horner's epic, sweeping, rousing Braveheart score is the foundation on which ... read more

  7. RUN
    great The Choice (Vancouver USA Half) 13.1 mi 01:57 08:57 pace

    You guys!!!

    PR BABY, OH YEAH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    After 20 miles the last two days, I STILL just threw down a 2-minute-plus Half PR, for a race that I literally decided to run YESTERDAY ... read more

  8. RUN
    great Stay or Leave 9.33 mi 01:34 10:04 pace

    Holy crap! What a way to start the Summer!!!

    19 miles in the last two days, and fantastically my legs barely twitched today in the wake of yesterday's monster hill climb. And a FREAKING GORGE... read more

  9. RUN
    great Children of the Sun 9.78 mi 01:33 09:29 pace

    This morning, at daybreak (4:30!), I set out on my third annual Summer Solstice celebration/meditation run. After 1000 feet of climb over three miles, I found myself at the top of Skyline Blvd. ove... read more

    • Ann B.

      Happy summer Rob! This run is incredible. Well done.

      over 3 years ago Like1 person

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    • Ellen

      Great work! I got up at 4:30am this morning and it was no bueno. I would sleep walk through this!

      over 3 years ago Like1 person

    • Helene D.
      Helene D. You're an Inspiration
      You're an Inspiration:

      "And I just exist quietly." Yep. That's running in a nutshell, Rob. And even better with such a beautiful view. Great job my friend.

      over 3 years ago

  10. RUN
    good A question of speed 3.1 mi 00:24 07:51 pace

    The only question remaining these days is this:

    How awesome do you want to be??

    Because in the late-day heat (80, which is plenty hot for Portland in late June), and still pretty tired from a dri... read more

  11. VELO
    great Back in the stationary saddle... 9 mi 00:30 18.0mph pace

    30 minute spin
    45 minute elliptical

    It's been a minute (actual time: 6-9 months) since my last outing on the spin bike.

    Today, the older&wiser me figured it would be a good idea to start... read more

  12. FIT
    great Marathon Man: Week 2

    Uh huh. This is what's going to get me strong as steel come late October.

    1950M on the rower
    Core & leg weight circuit
    20 minute lipty (1.5 miles)
    20 minute stairmaster (1.9 miles)

    Booye... read more

  13. RUN
    good Roll hard 10.93 mi 01:48 09:54 pace

    Man, my runners are the bomb.

    With a half-sized group in tow this morning (some folks were racing today), I rolled from NW Portland out to the west side of the river, and headed down towards Willa... read more

  14. RUN
    great And the Earth spins 5.03 mi 00:44 08:45 pace

    Oh yes. So much yes.

    This is apparently now a tradition. That is, 5 miles along Fanno Creek (my favorite local running haunt) at the end of the week following a marathon. Long may this tradition r... read more

  15. (Complete recap of the 2015 North Olympic Discovery Marathon)

    One man. Two journeys. The same destination.

    Journey 1 Begins: On October 9th, 2011, a man runs the Portland Marathon in 5:56:59. It ... read more

  16. Shared Photo

    So that just happened! Never stayed on the rower more than 20 minutes until this morning. I blame you Kim B! :-)

  17. RUN
    good Step 1: Repeat a bunch of steps 3.07 mi 00:30 09:45 pace

    Putting the recover back in recovery. Yowza! For my first run post-26.2, I said no more than 30 minutes. Mission accomplished! Predictably ouchy first mile, happily less ouchy second and third. Act... read more

  18. FIT
    good Marathon Man: Day 1 01:30

    Time to get to work on the NEXT big 26.2 PR. I took a whole day off, after all! ;-)

    15 minutes of weights (arms/back/shoulders)
    55 SUPER EASY (as in, never came close to breaking a sweat) minutes ... read more

  19. Shared Photo

    Good morning! And ouch. :-) My legs... While the full race recap percolates in my brain for a couple of days, I wanted to share this photo I took right before the start yesterday. That's the O... read more