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Geri Lynn logged 7257 miles.

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  1. I apologize for my absence on DM. I promise I'm still running, just trying to focus on getting ready, physically & mentally for Boston! I was interviewed by the Morning Brew, a cable news ... read more

  2. RUN
    3 mi

    Boston Marathon Training Journal: T-20 Days
    It was a bad hair day. Ran a few miles. Hurdled a few tumbleweeds. Came home. The end.

  3. FIT
    P90X Shoulders & Arms + Ab Ri...

    P90X Shoulders & Arms + Ab Riper

  4. RUN
    5 mi

    Boston Marathon Training Journal: T-20 days
    49 is just a number. So is 26.2. I choose to focus on that! Today I ran 5 easy, un-timed miles in my birthday suit. It was a blast & I might just mak... read more

  5. RUN
    14 mi

    Boston Marathon Training Journal: T-22 days
    14 miles-Ran 11. Walked 3. Dear back, please hang on..Just one more marathon.

  6. RUN
    Head start on the wind 5 mi

    Boston Marathon training: T-24 days
    Heavy winds warnings are in the forecast again today. For the first time since I can remember, I woke up before the sun and ran without coffee. I survived! LOL! ... read more

  7. VELO
    Chaper I (in the wind) Chapte... 25 mi

    Boston Marathon Training Journal: T-25 days
    Dear diary: Today I'm grateful that the the gusty, little wind bastards did not succeed in sucking me up into their tornadic air vortex and blend me... read more

  8. FIT
  9. VELO
    Stationary Bike 25 mi 01:00 25.0mph pace

    Went to the track for a short run - Back was not feeling it. Came home and rode the stationary bike. Completed P90X Shoulders & Arms + Ab Ripper in the a.m. Finished off with a few stretches m... read more

  10. RUN
    At High School Track 4 mi

    Ran @ track with daughter - easy pace (nursing sciatica)

    • Paul R.
      Paul R.

      hey it's Boston, just show up at the line and enjoy the ride. Anything beyond that is gravy.

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

    • Saks
      Saks

      ^ happy healing GL

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

    • Geri Lynn S.
      Geri Lynn S.

      Paul - That's the philosophy I'm hanging on to. Not sure if I am going to attempt any long runs past 10-11 miles prior to the race..Just want to get there healthy! Saks - Thank you! :)

      about 1 month ago Like3 people

    • Petite

      Smart woman to take it down a notch while nursing sciatica. Hugs)))

      26 days ago Like1 person