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Seymone logged 417 miles.

Last workout about 5 years ago. Help get them back on track!

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  1. walk
    great Park 7 mi 01:53 16:11 pace

    Great..

  2. walk
    great Walk 5 mi 01:20 16:00 pace

    Great

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      way to get out there and get in a good sweat,way to BURN and get some FIYAH!!!!!

      almost 6 years ago Like

    • Tyrone W.
      Tyrone W.

      nice job

      almost 6 years ago Like

  3. RUN
    great My Own Turkey Trout 7.25 mi 01:34 12:57 pace

    Went well... Ran 3 Miles and Walked 4 Miles...

    • Seymone
      Seymone

      Thanks Icon

      almost 6 years ago Like

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      Great Performance:

      way to put in those miles and push yourself,GREAT JOB!!!!

      almost 6 years ago

  4. RUN
    alright 3 mi 00:39 12:58 pace

    Okay

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  6. RUN
    good Track 3 mi 00:35 11:46 pace

    Good run.

  7. RUN
    blah Delthorne Park 3 mi 00:36 11:50 pace

    Hilly.. Was unprepared for it

  8. RUN
    alright 4.1 mi 00:54 13:10 pace

    Not a good run at all...

  9. RUN
    great Tempo Run 2.39 mi

    Did a 7.21 mile today.. This is epic to me...

  10. Today was my rest day.. My body needed it..

  11. RUN
    great The Run That Never Happened 1.43 mi 00:22 15:13 pace

    Well I was suppose to go running today but my husband changed my plans. Here is my quick walk.

  12. RUN
    great Orange Park 4.05 mi 00:44 10:47 pace

    Great

    Warmup -- 6mins
    Cooldown -- 8mins

  13. RUN
    great Orange Park 3.26 mi 00:35 10:48 pace

    3/2 Intervals -- 3 min jog/ 2 min run.. Really enjoyed doing intervals.

    Warmup -- 13 mins
    Cooldown -- 18 mins

  14. RUN
    blah Park 4.04 mi 00:46 11:27 pace

    Unfocused is the word of the day... I will leave it at that.

    Warmup -- 6 mins
    Cooldown -- 8:43 mins

  15. RUN
    great 3.03 mi 00:31 10:11 pace

    It felt great to run this morning.. Less breaks taken, so I really cant complain..

    Warmup -- 6 mins
    Cooldown -- 5:30 mins

  16. RUN
    On the Track 3.06 mi 00:33 10:48 pace

    Blessed to be running again... My time could have been so much better, if I didnt stop to walk at times. I am going to take it nice and easy. My motto, "Do you best and forget the rest." ... read more

    • Stonay
      Stonay

      Nice run Seymone and terrific pace, its nice to see your running again, i love the motto, keep doing your best and stay with us, look forward to speaking :)

      over 6 years ago Like

    • Will D.
      Will D.

      Luv that motto. Great job!

      over 6 years ago Like

  17. I am back and ready to get it in.. I have to remember to go easy, as I transition back into running.. Let's see how I do running in cold weather.. :P

  18. I finally made it back to the east coast... It has been a really long hiatus, but I am back. I plan on buying a treadmill within the next two weeks. It time to start training for the NYC Marathon..

    • Shirlene M.
      Shirlene M.

      Welcome back Seymone. I bet you're pretty excited about your marathon training, I look forward to reading about it. Enjoy!

      almost 7 years ago Like

    • Chilly B.
      Chilly B.

      Come On back, were glad to have yah...NOW GET ALL TRAINED UP!!!!

      almost 7 years ago Like

    • Seymone
      Seymone

      You guys brought a smile to my face.. Thanks.

      almost 7 years ago Like

    • Stonay
      Stonay

      Seymone!
      glad to see your back and a big Thankyou!
      look forward to speaking to you later!!

      almost 7 years ago Like

  19. I am so sad but I have to take a hiatus from running... I need to allow some injuries to heal. I don't know why I am so bother by this, but I need my legs in the further, so I am scaling all t... read more

    • Brian A.
      Brian A.

      Smart decision, my friend. Best to take a step back to move 2 steps forward. Find other activities that will allow you to stay in the game though; don't totally shut down.

      almost 7 years ago Like

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    • Asdt A.
      Asdt A.

      Sorry to hear this, Seymone, but you're doing the right thing by listening to your body. Running has always been two steps forward, one step back for me. The good news is that it's possible to make adjustments (shoes, form, etc.) that will minimize injuries. That learning process takes awhile though.

      almost 7 years ago Like

    • Tam Tam
      Tam Tam

      I've been here, but many great things can be learned during a hiatus. So here is to a better stronger you, be blessed :0)

      almost 7 years ago Like