54 total / 0 in 2018

To run! And walk! And bootcamp it! Ultimately: To be the buffest version of myself by my birthday (June 15) this year.

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Kerri logged 54 miles.

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  1. RUN
    good 2.5 mi 00:28 11:11 pace

    Some calf tightness, but otherwise loved this run. Half trails/half forest roadway.

  2. RUN
    good 2 mi

    Trail run. Still not really timing my runs, but pushing myself further distance-wise.

  3. RUN
    great 3 mi 00:32 10:39 pace

    Managed to finish my longest trail run yet (with bonus hills!) just seconds before (yet another) HUGE downpour. Some calf tightness halfway through, but overall I felt pretty awesome.

  4. RUN
    great 2 mi

    First day back on my favorite trails after WEEKS of steady rain. I was a muddy mess by the end of a mellow out and back. But a very happy one.

  5. RUN
    good Yay! Serotonin 3.8 mi 00:55 14:28 pace

    Today was one of those days where I was sure the universe was out to annoy me. Walking/running with my sidewinding pug (Iggy!) and my BFF (Cayly!) was just what I needed. As a bonus the evening dec... read more

    • Kathryn W.
      Kathryn W.

      I love that feeling -- when you just run the funk out, as I call it. It's nature's anti-depressant!

      almost 8 years ago Like

  6. RUN
    alright Lunch Run 2.1 mi 00:25 11:54 pace

    Again, still rocking the C25K app, but this afternoon I ran way more than I would have if I would have listened to the guy telling me to "walk" at certain intervals, mostly because it was... read more

  7. RUN
    blah Sunday Morning Run 2.1 mi 00:27 12:51 pace

    Still rocking the C25K iPhone app. For whatever reason, this run sort of sucked. But whatever, I did it, and two days in a row of getting out and hitting the pavement felt awesome.

    Day 5/90.

  8. RUN
    alright C25K, Week Two, Day Three 2.1 mi 00:28 13:19 pace

    Week two, day three of C25K. I didn't get up early enough to start this run, so it was a little too warm for me by the end of it, and my calves weren't feeling all that awesome. Note to s... read more

    • Mariah H
      Mariah H

      Good going, keep it up!

      almost 8 years ago Like

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    • Chris P.

      The Half Marathon? :)

      almost 8 years ago Like

    • Kerri A.
      Kerri A.

      Thanks! for the encouragement C, but I totally want to try my hand at a 10K before I delve into a half. I have my sights on The Great Columbia Crossing in Astoria in October. But the second I sign up for a half I'm calling you so you can run it with me! : )

      almost 8 years ago Like

  9. walk
    good Walk 00:20

    20-minute walk. I didn't keep track of mileage. Day 3/90.

  10. FIT
    good Squat/Lunge/Push-Up Circuit

    I tried this workout two days in a row to see if it would minimize soreness. So far, so good!

    Alternating 10 squats to a walking lunge, then 9 push-ups, walking lunge back to 8 squats, walking lu... read more

  11. FIT
    good Squat/Lunge/Push-Up Circuit (... 00:30

    I did this workout on my lunch break to save time, and to wake myself up because sitting at a desk all day is ridiculously boring for my (brain, and) body.

    Alternating 10 squats to a walking lung... read more

  12. FIT
    good Sunday Walkabout 3 mi 01:00 20:00 pace

    Took a walk around the neighborhood in the rain. Because if I refused to hang out in the rain I might never leave the house. Or so says this June in Portland. Good thing I happen to enjoy perpetual... read more

    • Kathryn W.
      Kathryn W.

      Good that you aren't letting the weather keep you inside! Around here it's so hot and humid it's tempting to stay in, but I am trying to adjust.

      almost 8 years ago Like

  13. RUN
    good Saturday Morning Run 1.8 mi 00:28 15:33 pace

    C25K, Week Two, Day Two. Felt awesome to get back outside after a super busy week. The running/walking combination felt good, too, except for some tightness in my ankles. I'm excited to get ba... read more

  14. walk
    good Lunch Walk 20 mi

    Quick out and back on my lunch break. It felt good to get out and move for a bit.

  15. FIT
    good Squat/Lunge/Push-Up Circuit 00:35

    A.k.a. Operation: Get Buff Legs.

    Alternating 10 squats to a walking lunge, then 10 push-ups, walking lunge back to 9 squats, walking lunge, 9 push-ups, walking lunge, 8 squats, and on and on until... read more

  16. FIT
    good Squat/Lunge/Push-Up Circuit 00:40

    A.k.a. Operation: Get Buff Legs.

    Alternating 10 squats to a walking lunge, then 10 push-ups, walking lunge back to 9 squats, walking lunge, 9 push-ups, walking lunge, 8 squats, and on and on until... read more

  17. RUN
    good Tri-Cities Treadmill 2 mi 00:31 15:30 pace

    I'm traveling for work and so logged today's C25K training via a treadmill in the very sparse "fitness center" at my hotel. Definitely not the same as being out on the road/trai... read more

  18. RUN
    alright Deer Lake Run, Take Two 2.3 mi 00:31 13:28 pace

    Using the C25K app, though I ran my five-minute warm-up today vs. walking it. My lungs are definitely feeling it, though that is definitely the point. Overall, I feel good, and while I'm a fan... read more

    • Michael B.
      Michael B.

      Nice work. I think unless you're prone to injury, C25K can be too conservative. Running four or even five days a week ought to be doable as long as you don't overdo your overall distance. And if three doesn't feel like enough, that probably means you can do more. Do what feels right!

      almost 8 years ago Like

    • Kerri A.
      Kerri A.

      Thanks! Michael. I went for it today and it felt awesome!

      almost 8 years ago Like

  19. RUN
    good Deer Lake Run 2.5 mi 00:35 14:00 pace

    Up at the lake for Memorial Weekend; took my momma for a leisurely pace on some of the back roads around the lake. Out and back in about 35 minutes.

  20. RUN
    good Spokane Run 3 mi 00:45 15:00 pace

    First time I've been able to run without foot pain in YEARS. Dear Nike Free, I love you. Up at 6:30am, out the door at 7:15am, back at 8:00am. Took it super slow, but felt awesome.