7552 total / 998 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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  • 6 miles
  • 00:47 time
  • 609 calories
  • 2 workouts
  • This Week time period


  1. RUN
    Bear Creek 10-miler 10 mi 01:51 11:05 pace

    So much fun on some challenging trails. Lots of mud and even a few stream crossings! I've heard so many good things about this race over the years and was happy I finally got a chance to do it... read more

    • Luna

      So happy you had a great time out there, Jeremy!! Trail running is so fun and so good for the soul :) well done!

      12 days ago Like1 person

    • Nebs

      Those stream crossings are usually so thin that when it gets in the lower degree range it freezes and makes it even more challenging. I'm sure ya'll had buckets of mud spread out on those trails from the rain Saturday. Way to go bud, consider doing the Willis River 35k/50k if you aren't doing Frostbite, it's a test for sure.

      12 days ago Like1 person

    • Jeremy G.
      Jeremy G.

      Thanks, guys! I'd love to do Willis River but I'm not sure I'll be up for it this year. I just had another doctor appointment about my heel and it looks like I have another few months of treatment ahead of me.

      12 days ago Like

  2. RUN
    Turkey Trot 10k 6.2 mi 00:52 08:21 pace

    Easy run with friends. Happy Thanksgiving!

  3. RUN
    Cold and rainy 4.04 mi 00:31 07:34 pace

    Great run!

  4. RUN
    Richmond Marathon volunteering 4 mi

    I had a great day volunteering at the Richmond Marathon yesterday. I worked the finish line and it is always a moving experience to watch people finish these big races. So much emotion, all across ... read more

    • Amy M.
      Amy M.

      I know what you mean. It was so much fun, but very strange not actually running it. I ran with each of my friends at mile 22 for 1/2 block, but that wasn't the same. Maybe next year I will volunteer!!!

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

    • Luna

      Well, you still were a part of it, through volunteering and through your sister and brother (congrats!!!both of the at their "first", lovely!!). I am sure, and I wish it for you, that you will be back strong running it next year. I get your "sadness" though :-) Hugs!

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

    • Jeremy G.
      Jeremy G.

      Thank you, Luna!

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

    • Dustin M.
      Dustin M.

      Thanks for volunteering and congrats to your family members.

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

  5. RUN
    4.75 mi 00:40 08:25 pace

    Just a few easy miles after taking a week off due to sickness. Glad to be running again!

  6. RUN
    good Midnight Maniac 13-Hour Endur... 22.2 mi

    Last night was the inaugural running of this race. I know the race director and got a free entry for putting together the event website, so I went out to enjoy the night and be a part of something ... read more

  7. RUN
    3.01 mi 00:24 08:05 pace

    First run in my new Hokas. I've got to say I'm impressed - despite the unusual size and profile of these shoes, they felt very natural and comfortable. I didn't feel like I was runni... read more

  8. RUN
    good 8.04 mi 01:08 08:24 pace

    Longest run in 5 months. I just focused on keeping the effort relaxed since slower runs are the key to building endurance. Gotta stop doing these immediately after an hour in the weight room - I ha... read more

  9. RUN
    3.01 mi 00:24 07:52 pace

    This run puts me over 20 miles for the week for the first time since my return to running!

  10. RUN
    5.01 mi 00:41 08:05 pace

    Easy cruise through the 'hood. I feel like I'm making progress - 5 miles today and it wasn't even my longest run of the week! Happy weekend, friends.

  11. RUN
    3.01 mi 00:24 07:54 pace

    Easy little neighborhood jaunt

  12. Does anyone here wear Hokas? What model? What kind of running do you do in them (road vs trail)?

    • Tab

      I have Stinsons. I use them when I'm tired. Or going over 20 miles, though my Torins were find for 32 miles... But the Stinsons are what I did my 50mi and 100k in last year. I never feel like I can get speedy in them, but they make my feet and legs happy and I'm never speedy over like 3-4 miles anyway. :-P

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

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    • Tab

      They might not be tm shoes, but they are fun on the elliptical... it's like walking on clouds!
      Edited: Dear Tab, drink coffee before you Swype comments onto the internet.

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

    • Mike D.
      Mike D.

      I just bought some bondi s. I only had a short sidewalk run. But I really liked them.

      about 1 month ago Like1 person