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Steve logged 3435 miles.

Last workout about 1 month ago. Help get them back on track!

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  1. RUN
    great Hades hot - weather 6.5 mi 00:53 08:05 pace

    Mean mofo - me

  2. RUN
    great sailors' warning 5 mi 00:39 07:46 pace

    Started out in a thunderstorm. Turned into a torrential downpour...and followed up with a bigger thunderstorm. It was awesome. Saw the sun rise way off in the distance as shards of electricity s... read more

  3. RUN
    great Cool soup 6.3 mi 00:50 07:59 pace

    The air was cool but thick with humidity and the smells of summer. A solitary runner made his way through the meandering neighbourhoods and dark lanes by the lake. It was he who runs with rabbits.

  4. RUN
    great The quick and the naked 5 mi 00:38 07:35 pace

    Dead Garmin so had to run by feel. Started out feeling about 8:15 milish but by mile 4 I could tell I was pushing pretty hard. Decided to let the legs fly a bit. Felt good and uncomfortable.
    Now o... read more

  5. RUN
    great Morning Nickel 5 mi 00:43 08:30 pace

    Dropped five easy peasy.

  6. RUN
    great Bank building 6.31 mi 00:53 08:26 pace

    Felt excited to run. I really wanted to do speed work but it is too early to mess around like that yet. Threw some easy miles in the bank. Good night for it. Not super hot and a bit humid makes me ... read more

  7. So I was inspired by Barb G. to check out the McMllan Running Calculator to see where it puts me for a marathon. Based on my recent half (which was kind of an untrained for/sort of injured affair)... read more

    • Brian

      We need to bring in Apollo Creed to train you.

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

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    • Mel Z.
      Mel Z.

      What a great goal. The hardest thing is not getting injured during training. Seriously. Just saying. It's easy to be a jackass (I know...).

      about 1 month ago Like

    • Mel Z.
      Mel Z.

      Also - because I ask myself this - and it looks like your goals are similar to mine - (except you have more natural speed) - are you able to fit 60-80-100 km per week training in to get sub 3? (See what I'm doing here, I'm challenging you to think it's too HARD so you PROVE me WRONG!!!). Bwah ha!

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

  8. RUN
    great Building the base 5 mi 00:41 08:07 pace

    Nothing like a run at sunrise to remind you of how good it is to be alive...except just after mile one when that asshole bug flew into my mouth and landed on my uvula, forcing my gag reflex into ac... read more

    • Henning

      two important instincts: gag reflex and chase reflex. hooray for being alive!

      about 1 month ago Like5 people

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    • Karyn

      Puking up bugs is never good, but needed! I love how you raced the chicks and passed them :-) Great feel alive 5 at my favorite time of year!

      about 1 month ago Like

    • Carmen B.
      Carmen B.

      jajaja,,,,You needed to have passed them to feel the fucking boss! jajaja,,,well done Steve! Good thing on building the base!;)

      about 1 month ago Like

    Remember in Rocky III when Rocky thought he was the man and then he had that moment of hubris when he lost to Clubber Lang and he didn’t know what to do? Yeah…that was awe... read more

    • Steve

      you know...I think I wrote this exact same post a year or two ago. I am going to have to research this.

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

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    • Wilt A.
      Wilt A.

      Dude. Booyah! Hell, I am so geeked up, I might decide to change my life, and... stop drinking. Wait. Wait. Anyway, I know you'll kick ass like a mofo though. (And you know I'll drink to that!) Having done a few marathons, I would be remiss not to offer one bit of advice: The long runs are the most important. Being on your feet for that long ain't no joke! It is not necessary to obey your plan like a slave master, but it is _very_ helpful to have some idea what to do on say, Tuesday of Week 10.

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

    • Wilt A.
      Wilt A.

      ...and while I'm speaking out-of-school, I might as well suggest a plan to really helped me: Hal Higdon's BEGINNER Plan. The beginner stuff, long runs, aerobic training, that's really key for a happy, injury-free marathon. Speed work, tempo runs, mile repeats, well, from what I've experienced, not so much. But whatever you do, PLEASE enjoy the journey! (And give Adrian my best.)

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

  10. RUN
    great The early bird 3.15 mi 00:29 09:08 pace

    Did some thinking about running this weekend. I figure it's time to get back to the basics. Not really sure what that means because running is pretty basic to begin with but I celebrated my de... read more

  11. RUN
    great Blue skies 5 mi 00:43 08:30 pace

    If I want to see my local running community, when should I go for a run? Apparently, at about 830 on a Saturday morning when the weather is insanely gorgeous. Ran my "usual" 5 mile route ... read more

  12. RUN
    great The day of running 4.78 mi 00:43 08:54 pace

    A little apprehensive going into this one. Lots of sore muscles made me nervous. It was all good. Took it slow. Things felt great. I love that moment when it is dusk, just before everything goes da... read more

  13. Shared Photo

    Trot to the beach half. I think it was about 1:48:40. Yay. My first race over 10k. Had fun. Met nice people. Happy Sunday.

  14. RUN
    great Trot to the Beach Half 13.1 mi 01:49 08:17 pace

    Ran my first half race today. After another run in with the injury plague I knew this was not going to be my ideal race. I really had no goals and no direction. I wanted to have fun.
    Mission accom... read more

    • Honey Boo Boo
      Honey Boo Boo You're an Inspiration
      You're an Inspiration:

      I'm sorry you did not have the race you imagined. But, you helped others get their race. How awesome is that? VERY. Now rest up. Heal up. Then get back out there and kick ass. You rock, my friend. You most definitely rock.

      about 1 month ago

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    • Suzy H.
      Suzy H.

      This is great, Steve! I hear nothing but positive energy. So glad you were healthy and able to run a great race and give yourself to the people around you on the course. Lucky them. :)

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

    • 51feetunder

      Congrats Steve, sorry I missed this post!

      about 1 month ago Like

  15. Shared Photo

    #dailymission: OK...everyone seems to be taking this seriously so here is my serious pic. I got this taken 4 score and twenty years ago.

  16. Shared Photo

    #dailymission: Today's #dailymission
    We know what you look like in your athletic apparel, so post a photo of yourself pressed and cleaned up! This is me with some friends at a party I hosted ... read more

  17. 'tis the season for gazeebos. happy thursday.

  18. Shared Photo

    Back in the saddle

  19. RUN
    great Dead man walking 4.79 mi 00:39 08:11 pace

    First run back at it. After coaching team silver under 8 boys to their first victory how could I not take a few victory laps? Hammy felt good (thankfully.) Found a few niggly spots to work on over ... read more


    Just when you are expecting the fastball...that's when they throw you the curve. Three weeks since I last ran more than a quarter mile. I guess I blew my hammy...siezed up like a ... read more