Miles:
18 total / 0 in 2014
Goal:

My immediate goal is to get structured, regular exercise back into my lifestyle. Once done, I will see what goals I want to set.

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Scott logged 18 miles.

Last workout over 3 years ago. Help get them back on track!

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  1. RUN
    great Greenway, Clarksville 3.62 mi 00:46 12:36 pace

    Longest run for me in over a decade. I found an enjoyable pace and just kept plugging. At the end I felt I could go another mile or so. Nice course.

  2. RUN
    good East Montgomery Elementary 2.5 mi 00:30 12:00 pace

    Well, my Garmin Forerunner stopped just past 17 minutes so I'm swagging the time. I ran a slower pace. Even at 6 pm it was a hot one.

  3. RUN
    good Beachaven 2.44 mi 00:30 12:04 pace

    Finally completed a nonstop run. Weather was perfect. Averaged just over an 11 minute mile. Not bad considering I'd not exercised at all for almost two weeks. Thanks, Erika, for the phone call... read more

    • Erika H.
      Erika H.

      Yes, we did miss Sidney! Hope you got your tire changed without too much trouble. Great job with your no-walking run this morning! And great job getting out of bed and getting there!!!

      over 3 years ago Like

    • Donna P.
      Donna P.

      Great job, Scott! You are going to have a great 5K!

      over 3 years ago Like

    • Patty M.
      Patty M.

      Way to go!!

      over 3 years ago Like

  4. RUN
    good Austin Peay State University 2.14 mi 00:30 14:02 pace

    Cool at 60 degrees. Started with a stubborn headache which eased after about 10 minutes. Kept a conversational pace instead of pushing for time. I was a bad boy last week during my travels as I did... read more

  5. RUN
    1.73 mi 00:22 12:24 pace

    Got it! This is my first run with the Garmin Forerunner 305 ($128 at Amazon.com!). As soon as I plugged in the USB cable the details of this morning's run appeared on my computer screen! Then... read more

    • Donna P.
      Donna P.

      The Garmin will change your life. It did miine. :-) You were running at a great pace during the running portions. At any point, if you feel like jumping ahead to like a 3:1 ratio, I think you'd be fine.

      over 3 years ago Like

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    • Donna P.
      Donna P.

      Yes, Scott. I think you are ready to move on up. If you warm up, run for 3 minutes at a fairly RELAXED pace, then walk 1 minute for 20 minutes, I think you'll like it. Or with your Garmin, you could run 1/4 mile, walk a minute, repeat. It really opens up some options for you where you can choose a distance rather than time. I know the training plan starts 1/4 and 1/2 mile intervals the week of May 9.

      over 3 years ago Like

    • Scott H.
      Scott H.

      Okay, I'll try the 1/4 mile intervals tonight. The relaxed pace is difficult for me as I feel I can do more. Then I regret doing more! Developing patience.

      over 3 years ago Like

  6. RUN
    good Sango Elementary 2.28 mi 00:30 13:09 pace

    I copied this from my mentor for today, Erika. "This week's Couch to 5K run has us doing a 5-minute brisk warmup walk, and then 20 minutes of alternating 90 seconds of jogging and 2 minut... read more

    • Scott H.
      Scott H.

      What's real nice is that my new shoes still have that new-shoe smell after today's run! Do they make a spray to keep that new-shoe smell???

      over 3 years ago Like

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    • Erika H.
      Erika H.

      Now that you mention it, I think you should smell your shoes every day. Or every other day.

      over 3 years ago Like

    • Scott H.
      Scott H.

      Not exactly what I was expecting but...okay. I gotta remember that you're the one who wears Easter Eggs on her ears and runs in thunderstorms.

      over 3 years ago Like1 person

  7. RUN
    great Around neighborhood 1.5 mi 00:20 13:20 pace

    This was the first scheduled workout for me in the Couch to 5K program. First, stretching exercises followed by a 5 minute brisk walk. Then I went for 20 minutes alternating 90 seconds running and ... read more

    • Brian T.
      Brian T.

      well done, sir. Just wait until Saturday :)

      over 3 years ago Like

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    • Erika H.
      Erika H.

      Scott - did you find the mapmyrun website where you can click in your run route? Although by now you probably have your Garmin... See you tonight. :-)

      over 3 years ago Like

    • Scott H.
      Scott H.

      Yep, UPS delivered my Garmin GPS Forerunner 305 Heart Rate Monitor about an hour before tonight's run. The only problem is it must charge for three hours!

      over 3 years ago Like