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  1. FIT
    great Monday smiling 01:10

    Running break, day 9. Almost-double-digits edition!

    70 minutes of sweaty elliptical intervals ... a genuine Monday BOOM!

    You know what's awesome? Being back to happy Monday mornings. I&#... read more

  2. VELO
    great Tiptoeing over the clouds 21.03 mi 01:00 21.0mph pace

    Running break, day 6: super blissfully happy edition

    This week has been fantastic. Like, super awesomely amazingly FANTASTIC.

    I've been building some truly wonderful and happy-making momentu... read more

  3. FIT
    great Climbing two by two 01:00

    Running break, day 5. The ULTRA SWEATY edition.

    1 hour, and 265(!) floors, on the stairmaster

    BOOM! Now that's getting it done!!!!!

    To whatever extent I'm a spiritual being, there is l... read more

  4. FIT
    great Shine a light in dark places 01:30

    Running break, day 4. Or is it day 40? It feels like day 400. ;-)

    1000M rowing
    Lower body weight circuit
    1 hour of elliptical intervals

    I LOVE lipty intervals (I maxed out at resistance level 15 ... read more

  5. VELO
    great Piece by piece 11.2 mi 00:30 22.4mph pace

    Running break, day 3. Supplies dwindling. Send search parties. ;-)

    30 minute lipty
    30 minute spin
    30 minute lipty

    Loving this old school booming. This running hiatus is exactly what I need to re... read more

  6. FIT
    great Tip of the spear 01:30

    Monday morning megaboom!

    1000M row
    Weights circuit
    40 minute lipty
    20 minute stairs

    The latest sign that I'm returning to normal: Monday morning workouts are getting to be fun again. :-)

    So... read more

  7. RUN
    great Friends of Jordan 5K 3.1 mi 00:29 09:22 pace

    I win.

    As previously stated elsewhere, I've been fighting a largely losing battle of late. The kind of battle that is straight-up rigged; when your own brain is the aggressor, you've alr... read more

  8. VELO
    great The crest of the wave 22 mi 00:57 23.1mph pace

    Friday morning kaboom! Whew!!! Well that went better than expected. :-) After a fierce round of weights I hopped on the trainer, set it to the "Alpine Pass" setting, and rocked it out! On... read more

  9. FIT
    good 40.01 01:10

    When I was programming the elliptical this morning before the start of my 70 minute workout, I got to enter "40" as my age for the first time. Which felt oddly satisfying I have to admit!... read more

    • Sugarmagnolia

      Total BOOM! I hope you had a good birthday. The 40's rock! (I'm 44 so I'm a good authority on the subject).

      12 days ago Like1 person

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    • Ellen W.
      Ellen W.

      Happy Birthday, Rob! Yep, you're a part of the Master's division now, which means you can place in both your age group and master's. I was already a "master" when I started running at age 44. This year I too "aged up"-I'm 10 years ahead of you :-)

      12 days ago Like

    • Rachelle U.
      Rachelle U.

      Such a baby! Sexy beast!!

      12 days ago Like

  10. VELO
    great (40th!) Birthday Boom!!! :-) 40 mi 01:49 22.0mph pace

    Happy 40th to me!

    And so I arose at 4, opened the garage and stepped outside to commune with the eclipsed moon (perfectly in view above the house) for a while, and then gradually prepared myself p... read more

  11. RUN
    good The end of my pirate days 3.99 mi 00:43 10:42 pace

    3.99 miles. A fitting distance for today, being the final day of my 30s, don't you think?

  12. VELO
    alright Get down (stay down) 15 mi 00:41 21.8mph pace


    25 minutes of weights
    15 mile spin
    25 minute stairmaster (112 floors)

    In light of my recent downward trajectory, I will take the fact that I can feel my brain gradually rebooting itself to a... read more

  13. RUN
    alright To escape my scars 5.6 mi 01:00 10:42 pace

    Some gentle and unusually peaceful miles, as I direct all my love and wistful admiration to the amazing folks out there running the Portland marathon this morning (it's an utterly stunning day... read more

  14. RUN
    blah Waiting for The End 3.7 mi 00:38 10:08 pace

    "In an isolated system, the entropy can only increase
    A species set on endless growth is unsustainable"
    - Muse, 'The 2nd Law - Unsustainable'

    That race 13 days ago complete... read more

  15. FIT
    blah Driving sideways 01:20

    1 hour elliptical
    20 minute stairmaster

  16. FIT
    blah Just keep swimming 01:05

    1000M row
    Lower and upper body weight circuit
    65 minutes lipty

  17. RUN
    alright Staring out onto Grey Street 9 mi 01:35 10:33 pace

    In the lonely light of morning/with the wound that would not heal

    Silver like mercury. Nothing can hurt me.

    • Laura

      Lovely miles Rob - just reading your last post. Hope you're feeling better after a long run today. It definitely takes that away. And, we all lose our athletic side occasionally :)

      23 days ago Like

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    • Ram

      nice 9 miler Rob

      23 days ago Like

    • Isaac M.
      Isaac M.

      you will be back to having awesome runs soon. Stay strong!

      22 days ago Like

  18. RUN
    alright The flame within 3.45 mi 00:34 09:51 pace

    It turns out spite is not a viable long term strategy for sustaining one's mental health.

    I'm not going to dwell on Saturday for more than the briefest of moments in this space (I'm... read more

    • Michelle H.
      Michelle H.

      Sorry to hear that Rob. I know you'll be back stronger than ever x

      28 days ago Like1 person

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    • Saliha

      One race doesn't define you, you're still a great runner Rob. I'm really glad you finished it :)

      23 days ago Like

    • Mari S.
      Mari S.

      I've been out of the loop here for a while, Rob, so I'm just seeing this, but just know that people all over are rooting for you and wish you nothing but the best. You are always boosting up others so take this as everyone giving you the boost and support you need. Sending hugs to you.

      17 days ago Like

  19. RUN
    tired Columbia River Power Half 13.1 mi 02:29 11:21 pace

    Well bleep that.