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  • 8 miles
  • 01:27 time
  • 448 calories
  • 3 workouts
  • This Week time period


  1. walk
    alright Duncan and Back 3 mi 00:34 11:15 pace

    Just a walk :(. Trying to enjoy the beauty and the freshness of the morning without being too sad about not running.

    • Darrell G.
      Darrell G.

      Great!! Any pain when you walk?

      3 days ago Like

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    • Darrell G.
      Darrell G.

      Nicole, I really would not even walk extensively on it, as long as there is pain. I really think you need a few days of completely resting and icing the knee. Give the inflammation time to subside. Enjoy the fresh Pineapple. It will be a huge help. All the best! I'll send you a bill later. -:)

      2 days ago Like1 person

    • Glenn W.
      Glenn W.

      Glad you found a way to enjoy outside. It's also good that you miss running. When you start back up you'll be thrilled!

      1 day ago Like

  2. walk
    alright Supposed to be a run 2.01 mi 00:29 14:10 pace

    Well, it wasn't a run. Hence, the just OK face. Started out to run and felt too much stress on my knee, so I eased off and walked, somewhat carefully, for my allotted time. After so many ye... read more

  3. RUN
    great Testing the Knee 2.51 mi 00:24 09:39 pace

    This was a two-sided run. On the one hand, it felt awesome to be out running again after laying off for a week with a knee injury. The fresh, quiet morning and runner's high just can't ... read more

    • Ruth H.
      Ruth H.

      Glad it liftrd you, but, glad youre taking care.

      5 days ago Like

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    • Kristin J.
      Kristin J.

      Totally understand! Sounds like you made a sound decision. Very intrigued about the fresh pineapple! I know Turmeric has exceptional anti-inflammatory properties and I try to get that into my smoothies, eggs, vegetables, etc. as often as possible.

      4 days ago Like1 person

    • Donna N.
      Donna N.

      Hang in there, Sis!

      4 days ago Like

  4. Still waiting for my knee to get better. I was hoping for a run this morning, but I can sense all is still not right. Patience, patience, patience...

    • Cindy C.
      Cindy C.

      People that wait and endure patiently become highly successful. No author. I didn't just make this up :)

      6 days ago Like1 person

  5. I'm having to take my longest running hiatus in several years after this week's "epic" hike. Left knee is still giving me grief--Swollen and stiff. But the good news is it... read more

    • Darrell G.
      Darrell G.

      One of the most overlooked qualities of good runners is PATIENCE. You have it, Nicole. You'll be back to pounding the pavement in no time.

      8 days ago Like1 person

    • Ruth H.
      Ruth H.

      I was just reading about this in a Runners World, it reckoned most injuries heal in 10 days, not sure about that, but, rest up, it will get better.

      8 days ago Like

    • Kristin J.
      Kristin J.

      Sounds like a very smart plan!

      7 days ago Like

    • Carla Z.
      Carla Z.

      Sorry to hear about that knee. Sounds like you're handling it wisely.

      6 days ago Like1 person

  6. Shared Photo

    All worth it

  7. Shared Photo

    Still happy.... Overall, the whole family remained remarkably chipper even though what we thought would be a four hour hike became a seven hour hike.

  8. Shared Photo

    The family at the top of the first ridge

  9. Shared Photo

    Hiking along with the 38 pound pack.

  10. FIT
    great Beehives to Trailhead 4.5 mi 02:09 28:40 pace

    This hike was a cakewalk in comparison with yesterday. An actual trail to follow? That's a novel idea. The downward slope and some big steps down creek beds made it slow going though. My s... read more

  11. FIT
    good Harrison to Beehives 5 mi 07:00 84:00 pace

    OK. I have no idea the distance between these two lakes, but it seriously took us seven hours. We were trailblazing our way between mountain lakes over the TOP of the mountains. We cross three r... read more

  12. FIT
    good Harrison Lake Trail 2.5 mi 01:45 42:00 pace

    The beginning of a fantastic three days with my family. We hiked in on Tuesday afternoon and arrived for a little bit of relaxation before dinner on the rocks. Super tired at the top of the hike,... read more

  13. RUN
    great Shady Way of Delight 4.62 mi 00:45 09:37 pace

    Tough run this morning. My ankle started acting up at mile 2 so there was a bit of walking thrown in. Probably just some scar tissue getting pinched somehow, but it really smarted! Cut the run s... read more

  14. RUN
    good Grumbly Loop 7.5 mi 01:13 09:43 pace

    Pretty much every part of this run was hard. My legs were tired before I even started. It didn't help any when my audio book got really sad and I started crying... It's hard to run and... read more

  15. RUN
    great Shady Way of Delight 5 mi 00:48 09:40 pace

    Birdsong and sunshine kept me company on this beautiful morning run. Immersed in my audio and was shocked when I got to the turn around at 2.5 miles. Felt great.

  16. Shared Photo

    More of the beautiful park.

  17. Shared Photo

    We live in such a beautiful place and are blessed to have the physical health to enjoy it. Riverside State Park

  18. FIT
    great Riverside State Park 4 mi

    Great family fun with the kids. I can't believe how tired I was though. My legs were toast.

  19. RUN
    great Cameron Loop 6.05 mi 00:58 09:31 pace

    My legs were complaining a bit as I started down the road, but after warming up, they were faithful to keep me going. Cooler temps and sunshine again today. That, and a good audio book made for an... read more

  20. RUN
    great Rocky Bovine Way 4.6 mi 00:44 09:27 pace

    Another beautiful morning for running. Even with the cooler temps, it's pretty hot out there by the end, but oh so glorious. Splits: 9:53, 9:58, 9:32, 9:15, and 8:06 for the last half mile.... read more