7394 total / 840 in 2014

Go after some stagnant PRs: <19 5k; <40 10k; <1:29 HM; <3:10 M; run farther than 50 miles (current distance PR is 41 miles)

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  • 4 miles
  • 0:00 time
  • 469 calories
  • 2 workouts
  • This Week time period


  1. RUN
    2.23 mi

    2x9 minutes of easy running. Beautiful day outside!

  2. RUN
    2.02 mi

    2x8 minutes easy running.

  3. RUN
    2.75 mi 00:22 08:07 pace

    22 minutes of easy running, plus walking before and after (not part of this mileage). This is my first double-digit week since May!

  4. RUN
    2.19 mi

    2x8 minutes of easy running, with walking before, between and after.

    I officially backed out from pacing the Richmond half-marathon this fall. I was really looking forward to it after having so mu... read more

  5. RUN
    2.02 mi

    3x5 minutes of easy running.

  6. RUN
    2.07 mi

    2x8 minutes of easy running.

    • Tab

      Look at you. I remember back when a two-mile run was a long run for you! Way back....... three days ago. Nice stuff, JG!

      9 days ago Like3 people

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    • Nebs

      Hopefully the plan gets up to 160 minutes of uninterrupted easy running by the time Richmond rolls around.

      8 days ago Like1 person

    • Jeremy G.
      Jeremy G.

      Nebs - I sadly relinquished my pacer duties today. I've taken so much time off from running that I really didn't think I would be able to comfortably pace 1:40.

      8 days ago Like

  7. RUN
    1.67 mi

    2x6 minutes easy running, in the rain, Wonderful!

  8. RUN
    Long run... 2.22 mi 00:18 08:03 pace

    My recovery plan today called for 18 ... minutes. I also walked about 2 miles before and after this run.

  9. VELO
    Trainer 00:40

    Cross-training day - 40 aggressive minutes on the bike trainer.

  10. RUN
    1.52 mi

    2x6 minutes of easy running

  11. RUN
    1.98 mi

    Got in my 12 minutes of running for the day! :-/

  12. RUN
    Road to recovery 1.52 mi

    After five weeks of physical therapy for the Achilles injury that's had me sidelined since May, I finally got my "return to running" plan. It starts off pretty slow - today was two 6... read more

  13. VELO
    good Trainer 00:34

    2 mins warmup, 30 mins hard riding, 2 mins cooldown. I haven't been cleared to return to regular running yet, so I have to get my fitness back somehow! This might be my first trainer ride of 2... read more

  14. RUN
    4.42 mi 00:36 08:04 pace

    This was my longest run since May 31 - 12 weeks ago.It's humbling to see just how far my running fitness has fallen in that time. I feel like I'm starting from scratch, but maybe that... read more

  15. RUN
    2.16 mi 00:19 08:38 pace

    I just ran 2 miles!

  16. RUN
    First run of June 4.04 mi 00:32 07:48 pace

    Hey guys! I thought I'd poke my head in and say hello. This was my first run in four weeks. Things felt pretty good except the heat, sun and humidity. :-P

    I've spent the month of June f... read more

  17. RUN
    101 and done 5.01 mi 00:41 08:13 pace

    Early last week I realized I needed about 30 miles to hit at least 100 for the month - a streak that I've kept up since 2012. Despite persistent pains and a lack of mojo, I logged a few miles ... read more

    • Steve T.
      Steve T.

      Smart plan and congrats on keeping the streak alive.

      4 months ago Like2 people

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    • Greg S.
      Greg S.

      All streaks eventually come to an end. You are smart to take the break and let your body reset. I'm sure the gym cross training will help your running later.

      4 months ago Like1 person

    • Luna

      That's the right decision to keep being a strong runner!Awesome streak, btw :) And mixing it up with new workouts will also probably make you even stronger. Enjoy the running break, Jeremy!

      4 months ago Like1 person