1543 total / 0 in 2014

Well, I ran a marathon, so I guess I need a new goal. Stay injury-free. Shatter my years-old 10k and 13.1 PRs. Still working on finding running buddies!

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Lauren logged 1543 miles.

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  1. I'm still running, but not posting to DM anymore, and I don't intend to go back to posting here. One too many social networks! I'll be running the Paris Marathon in April -- if you&#... read more

  2. RUN
    great friday night run 4.05 mi 00:41 10:00 pace

    Good run. Hard to convince myself to go. Easy the whole way.

  3. RUN
    good 5.69 mi 00:54 09:28 pace

    Felt great for the first 2/3 but the last bit was hurting. Went for 20 min warm up, 27? min tempo, remainder cool down. I felt a lot faster than this pace shows but still Garminless so who knows!

    • Marisa

      You still haven't found your garmin?! Hey I think running by feel is great, maybe better than with a garmin. But i sure do like to see those numbers :)

      over 1 year ago Like

    • Lauren F.
      Lauren F.

      I like to run by feel too, but when it is forced I get cranky! I'm starting to think the watch will never be found. Moving sucks.

      over 1 year ago Like

  4. RUN
    great Fremont ONB 4 mi

    This was a great run. I had to force myself to stay easy. We're finally out of shorts season for good so I will be joyously spandex'ed for the remainder of the fall and winter (and much o... read more

  5. RUN
    blah Lake Union 6.5 mi 01:05 10:03 pace

    After a couple weeks from hell my life should be returning to normal soon. No more horrible illnesses or 12-hour work days!

    This run was pretty bad. I felt tired and slow and my foot was hurting. ... read more

  6. RUN
    alright death march! 6.63 mi 01:11 10:40 pace

    Phlegm-y and achy. Not my best showing. I felt slow and horrible the whole time.

    Used my new-ish handheld h2o for the first time (I thought I might be able to go longer and wanted to be prepared).... read more

    • Andrea S.
      Andrea S.

      Nice pace, especially being a sicky. I would have taken your help and been glad for it - we'll have to meet up for another race.

      over 1 year ago Like

  7. I've been so sick all week -- only today do I feel like my normal self. Also been working 12-hour days! I debated running after work today, but decided to go for a longer run tomorrow before h... read more

  8. I've been laid flat by the flu, or a cold, or some combination thereof. Of course it had to happen during one of the busiest work weeks of the year. Exacerbated, I'm sure, by the hard rac... read more

  9. Just registered for this:
    You start at 1:50 am on the night Daylight Savings ends and run backward in time since the clocks change at 2:00 am!

  10. RUN
    good WU & CD 1 mi

    Got there late so shorter warmup. Wiped out afterward so could only muster 1/2 mile cooldown.

  11. RUN
    good Issaquah Rotary Run 10k 6.21 mi 00:52 08:26 pace

    Good for 3rd in my age group, even though this race was a little bigger than I'm used to placing at. The course was a flat not-quite ONB -- it went out and came back, but on slightly different... read more

    • Andrea S.
      Andrea S.

      Very nice, especially placing in a larger race! That Garmin needs to come home!

      over 1 year ago Like

    • Lauren F.
      Lauren F.

      "Large" is relative!!! Normally I run the ones with fewer than 100 people so I can place (they are also way cheaper!). This one was not large by any means, just a little larger :)

      over 1 year ago Like

    • Carolyn

      Sweet job Lauren! Way to go on the AG placement, too!!

      over 1 year ago Like

    • Li V.
      Li V. Congrats

      Congrats on your AG placement!

      over 1 year ago

  12. FIT
    great so sweaty! 01:00

    Hard workout.

  13. RUN
    alright after work 3.88 mi 00:37 09:38 pace

    short, didn't feel so great.

  14. RUN
    good Lake Union Loop 6.5 mi 01:05 10:02 pace

    This was a beautiful run. I thought about tempo, but after 20 minutes I was still feeling a little creaky, so I stayed easy the whole time. Really nothing bad I could say about this run -- I felt l... read more

    • Andrea S.
      Andrea S.

      Floating is awesome, and I love your speedy "easy" pace.

      over 1 year ago Like

    • Lauren F.
      Lauren F.

      It's weird, taking a month and a half off seems to have given me a speedier easy pace. How does that work?!

      over 1 year ago Like

  15. FIT
    good arms! 01:00

    Lifted arms with Christian. Ouch.

  16. RUN
    great late afternoon run 4.7 mi

    My legs were tired (thanks to lifting this morning I'm sure) and I was probably pretty slow, but it was a good one.

    Have I mentioned how much I miss my Garmin?

  17. FIT
    good weights! 01:00

    Christian is trying to get me to lift. He's making me do it twice a week. I'm in on the condition that it makes me a lot faster. Okay?

  18. RUN
    blah not so hot! 2.78 mi

    Had to cut this one short because of lady-cramps and nausea. Don't you love having a uterus? Glad I didn't have a watch of any kind because I would not want to see the time on this one.

    • Andrea S.
      Andrea S.

      Ugh! Sorry for that. I had surgery several years ago and DO NOT MISS any of that stuff.

      over 1 year ago Like

    • Li V.
      Li V.

      Yuck, at least you got a few miles in! I had the same problem this am and the pain pills were just not cutting it this morning. Love your term: lady-cramps. Makes it sound so much more elegant than it really is! ;)

      over 1 year ago Like

    • Carolyn

      Sorry to hear that! I hope you are feeling better today. Remember miles are miles, no matter what the pace is.

      over 1 year ago Like

  19. RUN
    great I'm a hot mess. 5.67 mi 00:52 09:05 pace

    How to have a kickass tempo run: lose your debit card halfway through and run way faster on the way back while looking madly for said card. Make sure to keep your eyes focused on the ground so you ... read more

    • Carolyn

      Way to get that impromptu speed run in. So, did you end up finding it? Sure hope so.

      over 1 year ago Like

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    • Li V.
      Li V.

      Sorry about the card, but at least you got a great tempo run out of it!

      over 1 year ago Like

    • Emily H.
      Emily H.

      Wow hope you find it. Take cash next time; it sucks when you lose that too but at least a person who finds it won't have access to your bank account!

      over 1 year ago Like