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Joanne logged 5180 miles.

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  1. RUN
    good hill, yeah 16 mi 02:18 08:35 pace

    My hip hates the hills, but I decided to ignore the hip and just go for it. Almost 800 ft of elevation gain/loss, and a solid 1/2 mile long mamajama hill in the last 2 miles. Kicked my tail, but st... read more

    • Daisy G.
      Daisy G.

      Nice job again! Glad the hip is holding up. I'm doing the Cleveland half again, BTW, and maybe the 10 miler. And then maybe a full in the fall. We'll see!

      over 2 years ago Like

  2. RUN
    good Last 20 before Boston! 20 mi 02:49 08:27 pace

    Jumping back in here with an update. Did my last 20 miler before Boston yesterday, and it was a relative success! My hip held up great...to the point it really wasn't a factor in the run. (I a... read more

    • Susan Jz H.
      Susan Jz H.

      hey gal...that's great—encouragement you needed. way to go on pushing through the hard miles. it is in your spirit [and in those speedy legs ] for sure. : ]

      over 2 years ago Like

    • Daisy G.
      Daisy G.

      NICE!! You look like you're in great shape to really kill it! And heh, I know those runs where a few stops are "necessary". Godspeed!

      over 2 years ago Like

  3. It's been forever since I've logged on, as I've been tracking my training on RunningAhead. I like that as a log way better, but I miss my DM friends a ton! I may try to log a few run... read more

    • Susan Jz H.
      Susan Jz H.

      hi good friend...you will always be a dailyMiler. it was because of your introduction to DM that dale and i have found such a great running support group. thank you so much. and how exciting to be so close to boston. your continued good health will be in my thoughts and prayers. you are an incredible trooper to work through the pain of such injuries. hang in there gal.

      over 2 years ago Like1 person

    • Daisy G.
      Daisy G.

      Joanne, it's great to get an update! I'm sorry to hear about the ongoing hip woes but sounds like you have a sensible plan for dealing w/ it. Sending good vibes your way for the last 5 weeks and BOSTON!

      over 2 years ago Like

    • Gretchen L.
      Gretchen L.

      Can't wait to hear about Boston!!! Do you have "RunningAhead" friends? What's good about it? Hope you don't have a labral tear -- I have several friends who have. All fast runners :) (And ALL still running!)

      over 2 years ago Like

    • Joanne
      Joanne

      Thanks you guys! Gretchen, I don't really have any "community" on RunningAhead, but the analytics and details are so much easier to track/view and I can keep track of the miles on my shoes (I know, a dumb little thing, but it helps me a lot!). Plus, my coach has it set up so she can write my training plans in the log and they magically appear for me to see (and later do!). As for the labral tear, it is almost a certainty, but I'm not planning on letting it stop me from running!

      over 2 years ago Like

  4. I've decided to move my training log--just a lot better detail and easier to analyze over at Running Ahead. Here's the link: ... read more

    • Susan Jz H.
      Susan Jz H.

      Hey friend...that is great running news. I know it is so uplifting to your spirits. : )

      almost 3 years ago Like

  5. walk
    good brisk walk with a few short jogs 4.5 mi 01:00 13:20 pace

    Walked for an hour with 4-5 short 30 second jogs interspersed. Foot felt great! My arch in the injured foot felt tight and a little uncomfortable, but it went away as the walk progressed.

  6. FIT
    great Pool run 00:50

    10 minute warm up, then 2 laps hard effort, 1 lap easy for 30 minutes, 10 minute cool down.

  7. walk
    good brisk walk with 4x 1 min jogs 2.7 mi 00:35 12:57 pace

    Since getting confirmation that it was a full stress fracture (vs. a reaction), I'm realizing I probably need to wait the full 6 weeks. It's only been 5 so far. I did a brisk walk today a... read more

  8. FIT
    great Pool intervals 00:50

    Another good pool workout. 10 minute warm up, then 10 X 1 min. "sprints" at a p.e. of 9 followed by 2 mins. at a p.e. of 5, then 5 X 1 min. of piston running (p.r. or “tires”) at a p... read more

    • Susan Jz H.
      Susan Jz H.

      That is very good news, friend. You are a trooper to carry on as you have been doing. Way to go!!

      almost 3 years ago Like

  9. FIT
    good pool running 00:50

    Back to the pool for a "tempo". 50 minutes- 10 warm up, 10 at "tempo" effort, 3 recovery, 10 at tempo, 3 recovey, 10 at tempo, and then cool down. Tried walking/jogging later in... read more

  10. walk
    good walk/jog test 1.75 mi 00:23 13:08 pace

    Tried a bit of running! 5 minute walk, 1 min jog, 4 min walk, 1 min jog, 4 min walk, 1 min jog, 4 min walk, 1 min jog, 3 min walk. Point of stress fracture felt great. Suspect a little peroneal ten... read more

  11. FIT
    good all there was time for... 00:30

    Just a quick cardio workout after my brisk walk test. Then it was off to more PT appointments for the husband. He's recovering from a total hip replacement, so I try not to feel too sorry for ... read more

  12. walk
    good another test 3.1 mi 00:45 14:30 pace

    Woke up feeling no pain, so decided to try the brisk walking again. Felt good the whole way. Arches/achilles felt tight and a bit uncomfortable in the orthotic but felt fine as the walk progressed.... read more

  13. FIT
    great aqua jogging 00:50

    This was a good workout--I feel like I'm finally getting the hang of deep water running. Warm up for 10 minutes, then did 2 lengths "sprinting" and 1 length easy for the next 30 minu... read more

  14. FIT
    good a little extra 00:30

    Needed to get my HR up today and sweat a bit, so turned to the elliptical. Only 30 minutes, but it is enough to get my fix. Better than nothing while I still can't run.

  15. walk
    great another test 2 mi 00:30 15:00 pace

    Walked outside with the kids. No pain during or after the walk. One step closer to being able to start running again!

  16. walk
    good Brisk walking 1.4 mi 00:20 14:17 pace

    Tried brisk walking for 20 minutes. No pain! Can work my way up to 45 minutes and then try running. Did have a little pain when waking this morning (from the alleged fibula / ankle stress reaction)... read more

  17. FIT
    good Aqua jogging 01:10

    Boring as heck but got it done..

  18. FIT
    good Elliptical plus strength 01:15

    45 min of elliptical plus 30 minutes weights

    • Susan Jz H.
      Susan Jz H.

      I bet your legs are getting so strong with all that water resistance. You are going to fly over those roads. : )

      almost 3 years ago Like