Miles:
6094 total / 1243 in 2017
Goal:

Looking to break 4:00 hours in the marathon this year.

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Stephanie logged 6094 miles.

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  1. RUN
    good 1.65 km 00:10:17 10:01 pace

    Warmup before my new leg workout routine

  2. RUN
    good 3.22 km 00:20 10:02 pace

    Took the pup for a run through my parents neighborhood

  3. RUN
    5.02 km 00:32 10:09 pace

    Came down with a cold after the marathon and spent 18 hours traveling back to the states yesterday. Felt good to shake out the cold and jet lag.

  4. RUN
    42.2 km 04:07 09:24 pace

    Berlin Marathon
    I trained harder than ever before and I gave everything i had. My legs were screaming in pain, but I pushed through. I fell short of my sub-4 hour goal and I wonder if I will every ... read more

  5. RUN
    good 9.26 km 01:01 10:39 pace

    Doing my best to trust my training. No substance workouts this week - but on these easy relaxed runs I'm still feeling tired. Has me nervous for race day not feeling rested. Hoping it's j... read more

  6. RUN
    good 8.16 km 00:54 10:41 pace

    Had an early meeting on Tuesday so moved my run to today. Will run again tomorrow and then maybe a shakeout on Saturday. Sunday is marathon day!!

  7. RUN
    good 9.02 km 01:01 10:53 pace

    Marathon week!!! Only a few days to go

  8. RUN
    good 12.47 km 01:18 10:00 pace

    One week away from marathon day. Hoping for a quick week, will leave for Berlin on Friday morning

  9. RUN
    good 10.42 km 01:08 10:33 pace

    Plan: 13km
    Taking some liberties in cutting out a few km this week. Marathon is 8 days away and I feel like the training plan still has a lot of distance.

    Also this run was "meh". Wasn&... read more

  10. RUN
    good 10.13 km 01:05 10:23 pace

    Just another regular Friday recovery run

  11. RUN
    18.13 km 01:43 09:09 pace

    Last tempo run of the training cycle.
    2 km warmup;
    14km tempo;
    2km cooldown.
    --
    Beautiful sunrise. Got interviewed by a German radio station - hope no one was listening

  12. RUN
    good 16 km 01:32 09:12 pace

    2km warmup;
    6 x 1600m (1mi), 400m recovery;
    2km cooldown
    --
    last speed/strength workout of this training period. was a bit tired after - looking forward to rest day tomorrow.

  13. RUN
    12.33 km 01:16 09:55 pace

    Better than most Monday runs. Wasn't so fatigued, perhaps it's the taper. Marathon is next week!!

  14. RUN
    16.26 km 01:33 09:13 pace

    Beautiful morning - sun was shining. My friend L joined me for most of the run, pushing me to run a bit faster than usual. 2 weeks till Berlin!

  15. RUN
    good 16.36 km 01:40 09:51 pace

    Fall has arrived. 14*C and rain the whole way. Was not motivated at all, but got it done

  16. RUN
    good 6.79 km 00:47 11:09 pace

    Plan 10k
    Stressful week with a busy day ahead. Cut the run a little short so I can be at work extra early.

    Also, tired from yesterday's 20k/tempo

  17. RUN
    20.03 km 01:53 09:03 pace

    2km warmup;
    16km tempo;
    2km cooldown
    --
    I've been a bit tired this week and felt it this morning. Seems like I got my run in during the best part of the day as there is lots of rain in the fo... read more

  18. RUN
    good 16 km 01:32 09:16 pace

    2km warmup;
    4x 2400m (1.5mi), 800m RI;
    2km cool down
    --
    Legs haven't fully recovered from Sunday's long run. A bit tired and sore

  19. RUN
    good 10.18 km 01:06 10:23 pace

    Recovery / zombie run. My body is still tired from yesterday's long run.

  20. RUN
    good 29.01 km 02:48 09:19 pace

    The marathon plan is based on cumulative fatigue and long runs are supposed to symbolize the 2nd half of the marathon - if this is true than I powered through today's run and emptied the tank.... read more