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  • 3 miles
  • 00:40 time
  • 506 calories
  • 1 workouts
  • This Week time period


  1. Shared Photo

    John, Emily, and me...getting ready to head for a moonlit run.

    • Karyn

      I love this! I totally laughed when I saw this...Jealous of the party you had!

      8 minutes ago Like

  2. RUN
    great Group run 3.4 mi 00:40 11:37 pace

    Today two of my kids joined in. John for the first two and Emily for the full Monty. Wore my Luna's and they just feel so freeing. Run was hilarious. John was wearing Hawaiian shorts, graphic ... read more

    • Karyn

      This is so incredibly awesome. I see your son takes after you when it comes to dressing up for the run, which I love mismatched crazy outfits sometimes...just adds to the fun factor of the run! This is a time your kids will remember for a long time!

      7 minutes ago Like

  3. RUN
    great Medium difficulty.... 6.3 mi 00:52 08:10 pace

    Like Sunday morning. Started out easy and meant to keep it there but my legs felt too spunky to reign in to much. So I just keep it on cruise control. Really good run. Finished the month with 99 or... read more

  4. RUN
    great Get yer hot fives here 5 mi 00:40 07:56 pace

    Wasn't sure what to expect on this one. It was hot out and my fitness is still a bit questionable so I gave myself some options by running a loop with a few cutoffs. I planned on between 5 and... read more

    • Marina

      Yeah. That's an awesome feeling. Even though I had to read it seven times. It's true, it probably is 190000 degrees outside. Not a bad run for the extreme conditions, my friend.

      3 days ago Like

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    • Karen F.
      Karen F.

      You must be in Texas.... great running!

      3 days ago Like

    • Saliha

      Lol! That feeling can't be described any better. Awesome steamy miles Steve :)

      3 days ago Like

  5. Shared Photo

    Surfing the interwebs on break...found this picture. It made me feel sad and happy at the same time. Running rocks. No complaining, folks...just get it done. Happy Saturday.

    • Marina

      Awesome picture, absolutely. Thanks for sharing Steve!

      4 days ago Like2 people

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    • Ben K.

      You know what's interesting about this. I didn't even notice the kids leg at first. I assume it was a father and son running a race in the rain. That can be tough. Then I looked again, saw the leg. That kid is awesome.

      3 days ago Like

    • Saliha

      Thanks for sharing this beautiful pic Steve, wow!

      3 days ago Like

  6. RUN
    great Minimalist Friday 2.5 mi 00:27 10:40 pace

    It was like minimalist Monday but it was later in the week. Emily, my 11 year old, wanted to put in some miles. Figured it would be a perfect time to throw on the Luna's for a relaxing jaunt. ... read more

  7. RUN
    great The old out and back 5 mi 00:41 08:11 pace

    This run was great. I ran. I sweat. I achieved a state of nothingness that I hope will continue until my work day is over.
    If I have one complaint about my new balance shoes it is that the insides... read more

    • Saliha

      Why do we even wear socks? Lol! Awesome 5 & with style, well done Steve :)

      6 days ago Like1 person

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    • Ann H.
      Ann H.

      mmmm state of nothingness. i buy all socks in the same color like ten pairs at a time and never fold them, just fish them out and they match. not that matching color is important. it's really about matching material. sockless running is scary. i hope the nothing carried on for days...

      4 days ago Like1 person

    • Kathleen T.
      Kathleen T.

      You fucking weirdo.

      4 days ago Like1 person

  8. RUN
    great Recoveryish 5 mi 00:44 08:47 pace

    I was really surprised how much bounce I had in my legs after last night's track work and not so much sleep. Kept it easy and steady throughout. I checked out all of the havoc wreaked by yeste... read more

  9. RUN
    Quarters 6.1 mi 00:50 08:06 pace

    Ok. What can I say? I am ecstatic. This was my first speed work in forever. Decided I would run to the track and run quarter mile sprints with quarter mile recoveries. I'll be honest. I didn&#... read more

  10. RUN
    Ten easy-sort of 10 mi 01:26 08:38 pace

    Had to get up early to drive one of the kids somewhere. Got back home and changed for my run but was really tight so I decided to get down in the floor to stretch a bit. So I fell asleep for a coup... read more

  11. RUN
    Ur olde west 14.69 km 01:19 08:41 pace


    Well, technically it wasn't called coyote ridge until today. Really not sure if it was even an actual ridge - coulda been a berm or something. Anyway, it all happe... read more

    • Jeremy H.
      Jeremy H.

      Wow, Steve. Close call! I'm usually not too concerned by a single coyote. I've encountered them a few times and they typically end with the coyote taking off. Now, if I encounter a pack of coyotes I'm pretty sure I'll have to throw away my underwear if I make it home. But a single guy usually won't mess with an adult human.

      10 days ago Like1 person

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    • Leah

      Well there - that coyote knew he was up against pure badass ..... excellent work out there Soul running man !

      10 days ago Like1 person

    • Honey Boo Boo
      Honey Boo Boo

      Now... if you run into a cougar..... Your charm will put her to her knees. mmm'kay?

      10 days ago Like2 people

    -still limited to 2000 character so point form it is
    -rolled ankle feeling pretty good
    -gonna try some easy miles today :-)
    -thinking of concentrating on 5k for a while.
    -l... read more

    • Vincent V.
      Vincent V.

      Glad your ankle is back. 5K will be a fun challenge and I think you will have a lot of fun out there. Have a nice one.

      11 days ago Like1 person

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    • Marcie M.

      Glad to see character limitations have not stopped the State of the Run. That would be just plain wrong. I think a 5k training plan and goal race is perfect for you right now. You have the need. The need for speed.

      10 days ago Like1 person

    • Ben K.

      When did this character limitation start? I just noticed it the other day. What's up with that? If my friend Steve wants to write 2,000 or 20,000 characters than who do I need to speak with? If you ask me...I think you are more suited to a 5K ballz out than a marathon. At least for now. Give it a shot!

      10 days ago Like1 person

  13. Shared Photo

    YAY!!! We will soon be able to submit our Doctoral Theses about our daily runs again.
    Kudos to the powers that be.

  14. Shared Photo

    Barb G. and Ann H. and Marina (and all others who feel extra limited by 1200 characters) : I have begun my campaign.

  15. 1200 CHARACTERS
    So the newest development on DM is the 1200 character limit, eh? Kind of odd for a website that should be all about pushing our limits. What if the running Gods started handing do... read more

  16. RUN
    Daydream Believer 6.31 mi 00:49 07:46 pace

    This was just one of those great runs where I got completely lost in my head. (Except when I rolled my ankle at the two mile mark...then I was fully aware of reality because it hurt like a summabit... read more

  17. RUN
    Minimalist Monday 3.13 mi 00:30 09:25 pace

    I threw the Lunas on for a few really easy miles. It was a nice little amble to start the day. The days are starting to get a bit shorter again. I got home in darkness. Last week day was already br... read more

  18. RUN
    8.7 mi 01:09 07:57 pace

    Decided to go for a traditional Sunday longer run today. Something I haven't done in ages. I settled on doing 8 miles. That would give me a good tour of the area and pass me by a fountain a co... read more

    • Karen A.

      Haha love the dream. Whenever I dream about marathon running I'm always REAAAAALLLLLY slow and lost and late and not at all dressed in the correct clothes, but I'm running the damn race anyway. Nice miles today, Steve - glad to hear the legs are coming back!

      16 days ago Like1 person

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    • Marina

      LOL, I'm surprised you weren't ziplining on curtains for part of that. :) Great run today Steve, looks like you're back in great form!

      16 days ago Like1 person

    • Barb G.
      Barb G.

      sounds like your unconscious mind is telling you to sign up for a marathon. ;)

      16 days ago Like1 person

  19. RUN
    great Sort of the ususal 5.16 mi 00:41 07:51 pace

    Ran my usual five and added in a small detour.
    My legs were feeling good this morning. Good to see the speed starting to come back a bit without much effort. I may be a runner yet. If things con... read more

  20. RUN
    New old habits 5 mi 00:40 08:03 pace

    Managed to drag my ass out of bed again. (Actually, I didn't have to do much dragging.) I was hoping for another run just like yesterday's. I got it. Nice and cool out but less windy.
    Th... read more