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  • 6 miles
  • 00:58 time
  • 924 calories
  • 1 workouts
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  1. RUN
    good Esparza Downtown 6.01 mi 00:58 09:43 pace

    141 AHR. 470 feet elevation, most in the first 3 miles. I'm still slow. Might be a while before I get back to my less slow self of a couple years ago.

    • Craig
      Craig

      "less slow self" I like it.

      about 11 hours ago Like

    • Elliot W.
      Elliot W.

      Yes but with decent elevation in your run HR and pace are always going to be affected.

      about 1 hour ago Like

  2. RUN
    good Dirt Road 5.55 mi 01:00 10:47 pace

    143 HR. Decided to go down a different road. It provided some steep climbs and nice views. 90% of this was on dirt/rock. It's always hot and humid. Maybe I'll be able to run decent paces ... read more

  3. RUN
    alright El Mojon 5.11 mi 00:53 10:19 pace

    AHR 140. Felt like crap until the last mile which I ran in 8:02. It was freaking hot and humid.

  4. RUN
    alright Barranca and Back 5.1 mi 00:57 11:13 pace

    I was doing pretty good until I wasn't. Took over 21 minutes to do the last 1.5 miles. Way hot and sunny and tropical humidity. Throw in a little hip soreness and I was happy to be home.

    • Craig
      Craig

      Time for a new hip?

      8 days ago Like

    • Paul S.
      Paul S.

      Throw in some pigeon poses into your stretching and you should alleviate that troublesome hip

      8 days ago Like

    • Stacy S.
      Stacy S.

      That must mean the first 3.5 were pretty speedy. Good job!

      8 days ago Like

  5. RUN
    tired Down the Road 3.18 mi 00:32 10:09 pace

    Felt wiped out but I wanted to hit 30 miles for the week. Hot and humid. First 30-mile week since the marathon disaster 23 months ago.

  6. RUN
    good Esparza and Back 7.24 mi 01:15 10:19 pace

    Hot and Humid--about 88 degrees, sunny, and tropical humidity. Glad I live on a dirt road cause I really like my Merrell trail shoes. Prefer to wear them on pavement, too. That's 3 7-mile runs... read more

  7. RUN
    tired To the Bank 5.47 mi

    Ran to the ATM. It sucked. AHR was below 130 because I could barely run an 11-minute mile. Still better than nothing.

  8. RUN
    good Santiago to Palmares 7.19 mi 01:18 10:53 pace

    520 ft gain and 135 ahr. Back to back 7-milers. The nice but really slow mechanic finally almost finished my van so I ran and got it. It's good enough to drive to our new house 45 minutes away... read more

    • Donald C.
      Donald C. You're Funny
      You're Funny:

      "I've lost a good deal of weight here."

      I would guess so!

      15 days ago

    • Stacy S.
      Stacy S.

      Sounds like a good plan- maybe weight watchers will pick it up. :)

      13 days ago Like

  9. RUN
    great To San Ramon and Back 7.27 mi 01:16 10:23 pace

    1220 elevation gain. Took advantage of a very restful Sunday and perfect weather for my longest and climbiest run this summer. There were stretches when I felt like an actual runner again instead o... read more

    • Donald C.
      Donald C.

      So cool. That is some serious elevation. I'm always happy/proud when I hit 100 feet gain per mile.

      16 days ago Like

  10. RUN
    tired Down and Up 3.48 mi

    Probably the most difficult 20-mile week I've ever had. Lots of hills. 670 ft today.

  11. Shared Photo

    This is a picture from my front porch. This is why I've been running so many hills.

  12. RUN
    good 5.3 mi 01:00 11:20 pace

    890 ft. elevation gain. AHR 137. 75 and sunny with hills, hills, and more hills from now until forever. Beautiful morning with awesome views. I was longing for pavement so I ran down to the highway... read more

  13. RUN
    blah Up the hill to my house 3.19 mi

    My van broke down so I sent the family in a taxi and waited for a tow truck. It was so nice outside I decided to run home. Well, trudge home. 570 feet of elevation gain took its toll. Great scenery.

    • Paul S.
      Paul S.

      Bummer about the van after just getting it. Nice workout!

      20 days ago Like

    • Craig
      Craig

      You need to start an Uber franchise down there.

      20 days ago Like

  14. RUN
    alright Warm up and Cool down 2.67 mi 00:33 12:22 pace

    Ran down the hill to the exercise equipment at the park. Worked out. Trudged up the hill (520 feet elevation gain) after. Wearing trail shoes on steep, rocky/dirt roads is a much less unpleasant se... read more

  15. RUN
    good Santiago 5.41 mi 01:00 11:07 pace

    Ran into town. Ran back. Many hills. Retrieved the soccer ball for the kids at the local elementary school who had kicked it over the fence.

    • Donald C.
      Donald C.

      I've been off DM for a few days; but it looks like you're doing all sorts of hills these days. Nice work.

      22 days ago Like1 person

    • Stacy S.
      Stacy S.

      And a good deed along the way :)

      22 days ago Like2 people

    • Craig
      Craig

      What, the kids can't climb a fence?

      22 days ago Like1 person

    • Trent L.
      Trent L.

      @Craig - They could but I think the Central American authorities would chop off their heads or something. I saved many lives today. @Donald - Many hills. That's all there is, although a week at the beach was mostly flat.

      21 days ago Like1 person

  16. RUN
    tired Osterillos Oeste Beach 3.01 mi 30:45

    137 Average Heart Rate. I've been running for 20 years and I still suck at it. On a brighter note. The pants I wore at my wedding 15 years ago still fit comfortably.

    • Paul S.
      Paul S.

      All depends on who's judging...keep it up!

      27 days ago Like

    • Stacy S.
      Stacy S.

      Good job fitting in your wedding pants. I think if Yvette been running for 20 years, rye a champion runner!

      25 days ago Like

    • Jill B.
      Jill B.

      Nice work, Trent! On the running and the pants...

      24 days ago Like

  17. RUN
    blah Playa Esterillos Oeste 3.77 mi 00:41 10:47 pace

    Felt like crap, but I was on the beach so that's good. #PuraVida. Then I went surfing.

  18. RUN
    great Nuevo Arenal 6.17 mi 01:06 10:40 pace

    750 ft elevation gain. Longest run I've done here that hasn't involved getting lost. Many hills, rocky roads, and lake views.

    • Craig
      Craig

      Only a 69 hour drive from my house according to Google maps.

      about 1 month ago Like

    • Trent L.
      Trent L.

      @Craig assuming of course you don't get your head chopped off and hoisted on a stake as a warning to gringos not to drive through the 4 countries it takes to get here. I'll leave the light on for you. Let me know when you're coming.

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

    • Stacy S.
      Stacy S.

      Sounds great! that's a lot of uphill.

      29 days ago Like

  19. RUN
    good 4.01 mi 00:44 11:01 pace

    Many hills and beautiful views. Should have probably opted for the trail shoes. Lots of stones and dirt.

  20. RUN
    good Nuevo Arenal 6.12 mi 01:14 12:09 pace

    Major hills (1150' elevation gain. I think that's a lot). Got lost. Mostly on dirt/rock roads. Beautiful lake and mountain views. Turns out at mile 2 I was only half a mile from my house.... read more

    • Donald C.
      Donald C. You're Funny
      You're Funny:

      "I think that's a lot."

      about 1 month ago

    • Craig
      Craig

      I agree. That's a lot of elevation for a 6 mile run.

      about 1 month ago Like

    • Elliot W.
      Elliot W.

      Indeed, over 6 miles that's some serious climbing. Sounds a great run!

      about 1 month ago Like

    • Jill B.
      Jill B.

      Yes, I'd say that's a lot. Nice work!

      about 1 month ago Like