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Bj logged 1260 miles.

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  1. RUN
    good 4.25 mi 00:34 08:01 pace

    Great weather and a new route through an awesome long tunnel in Old Town Alexandria. It felt good to be back out there after a pretty good layoff!

  2. Oddly enough, the last post I put up before breaking my toe was entitled "Pain in the..." and addressed soreness from running. Ironic, huh?! Maybe my next post should be, "How to me... read more

  3. So I am pretty sure I broke my ring toe on my right foot (it's the toe next to the pinky toe, I don't know the "proper" name!). It's black, blue, and has a nice ring of red... read more

    • Paula K.
      Paula K.

      I don't know the answer but I'll send a note of support. I know when hubs broke his pinky toe there really wasn't anything anyone medical could do for it - it just had to heal - but he's not a runner and that's a whole different question. So sorry -- I do understand your frustration!!

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    • Paul D.
      Paul D.

      I did that over the summer. Taped it to the next one. Worked pretty good. Be well

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    • Bj B.
      Bj B.

      Thanks everyone! I'm def taping to the other toe, it helps. There's actually limited pain, the doc was more concerned with infection than anything. Just trying to stay low-impact on that foot so it will heal as quickly and straight as possible, so cross-training (swimming, upper-body) will be the name of the game for the next 6-8 weeks.

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  4. RUN
    good Workout Route 2.8 mi 00:36 12:53 pace

    The pace sounds slow, but this run was all about incorporating strength training into the workout. The first mile out was a warmup followed by 5x hill repeats. After the hills we did a slow jog/s... read more

  5. Shared Photo

    http://www.runwriterace.com/2013/01/run-to-moon.html Here's a fun group Challenge! Working together, runners from Tribesports are going to pool miles to cover the distance between the Earth an... read more

  6. #dailymission My happiest moment occured when I finished a local 5K and saw that my daughter was upset that I hadn't won the race; I realized that in her mind I was still a superhero, and it&#... read more

  7. RUN
    good Mt Vernon Trail 6-Miler 6 mi 00:51 08:28 pace

    Ran a nice, cool 6-miler on the Mount Vernon Trail. Every mile marker I would pull to the side of the trail and do 20 pushups, clear my nose (sorry for that mental image!), and get up and go again... read more

  8. Shared Photo

    http://www.runwriterace.com/2013/01/resolution-day-5k.html My recap of yesterday's Resolution Day 5K in Baltimore's Patterson Park! Ironically, I pretty much blew my personal resolution o... read more

  9. Shared Photo

    http://www.runwriterace.com/2013/01/scales-cant-tell-you-everything.html As we enter the new year, remember that you are more than a number on a scale. You are hard work, dedication, hours of train... read more

  10. RUN
    alright Patterson Park Resolution Day 5K 3.1 mi 00:23 07:17 pace

    I'd say I felt good, or even great, for this run, but the head cold from hell is keeping me from enjoying cardio to the fullest at the moment. Still, today was a fun little local race to star... read more

  11. RUN
    great Home Hills 5K 3.11 mi 00:23 07:30 pace

    Great Christmas Day run! I had to get out of the house, especially after crushing the Christmas Eve buffet last night! I hope everyone else is having a great holiday!

    Sorry, I haven't been lo... read more

    • Laura A.
      Laura A.

      Not shabby at all Aj! Nice job working off last night's buffet!

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    • Jameel G.
      Jameel G.

      Great run BJ

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    • Rosalinda

      Great work there BJ - not too shabby at all! Glad you enjoyed your Christmas Day run. :-)

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    • Wendy
      Wendy

      Nice job on the 2 marathons! That is impressive and certainly inspires me!

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  12. RUN
    2.54 mi 00:18 07:05 pace

    Just a quick out and back this morning to get the blood flowing on a Monday, 2 1/2 miles at just shy of 5K pace. This was a run done on time-constraints and likely Part I of two runs today.

  13. swim
    My First Brick 250 m 00:08:00 51:29 pace

    Following my 6 mile run I stopped by the gym and did a quick swim (after showering off first, I'm not that nasty!). I only went for 250m, but it was a continuous 250 so I'm pretty proud ... read more

    • Chris
      Chris

      drum roll and you know you will be hooked! go ahead and sign up for one!

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    • Wendy
      Wendy

      Way to go!!

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    • Gozling
      Gozling

      GREAT JOB!!!! if I did my first one in August - Sprint Tri- you could TOTALLY do one!!!! it was a lot of fun!!!

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  14. RUN
    good Apache/Heritage 5.95 mi 00:53 08:54 pace

    This was a nice little dusk run, setting out just after the sun had gone down behind the mountains. The moon had not come up yet so it was actually pretty dark around mile three, but there's ... read more

  15. http://www.runwriterace.com/2012/10/swimming-like-runner_26.html So I've decided to give swimming a try. I have access to a pool for the next two months while I'm away from home, and I f... read more

    • Jan
      Jan

      "the lifeguard was getting ready to go David Hasselhoff on me." LOL! Did she say why you should breath only on your right though?? If you ever consider a tri, forget that advice first. Great job trying something new & have fun with it!!

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    • Katherine
      Katherine

      The secret to swimming success is to relax. And also, breathe to both sides. Trust me, I did it for 16 years. :)

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    • Jeannie G.
      Jeannie G.

      Swimming is all about form & trying to glide through the water efficiently. Bilateral breathing will make you more symmetrical and efficient but not everyone does well with breathing on both sides because they need to breathe more often for oxygen. And you are really not that slow compared to me. My easy 50s are at least 1:05 or more. I have to swim hard sets to barely get under 1 min. There are drills such as fingertip drap, catch-up, zipper drills, and fist drill that can help with getting the rt feel

      over 1 year ago Like1 person

  16. swim
    good Local Pool 750 m

    This is my third time swimming! I've tried to add 125m each time, so I started with 500, then 625, and now 750. I'm not doing anything for time (yet); I'm more focused on finishing,... read more

  17. RUN
    alright Rolling Hills 13.2 mi 01:59 09:00 pace

    I got up early to get in an LSD and really enjoyed the chance to see the sunrise over the mountains to the east. Other than that this was a pretty standard run for me, just hitting my mile paces a... read more

  18. swim
    alright 25m Pool 625 m 00:30 77:14 pace

    Better than my first go-around, but I'm still working through the learning curve. Still, it's a nice way to get a great workout without adding additional impact to my body.

  19. RUN
    good 7.46 mi 01:00 08:04 pace

    This was my second run in Arizona up at elevation. I hit some killer hills, but I got to enjoy going down them as well! This was an awesome moonlight run, literally just me on a road with a moon ... read more

  20. RUN
    good 5.06 mi 00:40 07:50 pace

    Phew, I haven't run in a few days because I've had to travel to Tucson for business. Between flights, rental cars, and getting to work I've had limited sleep and time to get out! I ... read more

    • Ellen
      Ellen

      Yay for having time to get out!!! Looks great to me, keep it up!

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    • Katherine
      Katherine

      Yay! Tucson is my hometown, and there are few places with more beautiful views on your run. So many good places to run on trails, too. Hope you enjoy your new home (and the slight altitude!).

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    • Gozling
      Gozling

      glad you had safe travels!! Awsome job getting out for a run today!!!

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