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  1. RUN
    alright Recovery run 4.02 mi 00:36 08:53 pace

    73 °F, HI: 75 °F, 0mph N, 94%, 576, 00:35:46, Red Mizunos, 321 miles, Max heart rate: N/A BPM, Avg heart rate: N/A BPM. Shorts, short sleeved tee, tech socks, and bandana. 73 °F, HI: 75 °F, 4mph S... read more

    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      Kick butt recovery run. As in, the run kicked my butt. Somebody turned summer back on...

      1 day ago Like

    • Adam O.
      Adam O.

      They turned it back on for us today too. Solid miles Lowell.

      about 17 hours ago Like

    • Doug G.
      Doug G.

      Nice 4 mile recovery run Lowell!

      about 7 hours ago Like

  2. RUN
    alright 6 miles at pace (uh, yeah...) 6.02 mi 00:52 08:37 pace

    68 °F, 4mph SE, 83%, 864, 00:51:54, Red Mizunos, 315 miles, Max heart rate: N/A BPM, Avg heart rate: N/A BPM. Shorts, short sleeved tee, tech socks, and bandana. 70 °F, 4mph N, 78% at end.

    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      This was supposed to be a run at a 10K pace. Given that I ran 20 yesterday, this was about as close as I was gonna get! Not too bad...

      2 days ago Like

    • Corey W.
      Corey W.

      Nice work Lowell! I got a workout like that tomorrow... Based on how I felt today I won't sniff anything resembling race pace

      1 day ago Like1 person

  3. RUN
    good Long run 20.01 mi 03:01 09:03 pace

    61 °F, 4mph N, 68%, 2880, 03:01:21, Red Mizunos, 295 miles, Max heart rate: N/A BPM, Avg heart rate: N/A BPM. Shorts, short sleeved tee, tech socks, and bandana. 63 °F, 0mph N, 68% at end.

    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      My schedule had this one up for tomorrow, not today. But when I woke up and checked the conditions and the forecast, I just had to do this one today! I'm going to have to think about moving to the desert - we just don't get conditions like this, well, ever! Wonderful...

      3 days ago Like

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    • Adam O.
      Adam O.

      Wow. Great milage Lowell! I have 20M on the training plan for next weekend - hope I perform as well as you!

      about 17 hours ago Like

    • Doug G.
      Doug G.

      Fantastic 20 mile run, glad you had good running conditions, nice that you did a really Ginormous run. There is an accomplishment factor involved in running 20 miles--I tell every body that will listen! I 20 mile run is punishing to the body!

      about 7 hours ago Like

  4. RUN
    good 45 minute tempo 6.17 mi 00:52 08:26 pace

    63 °F, 0mph N, 94%, 888, 00:52:05, Red Mizunos, 289 miles, Max heart rate: N/A BPM, Avg heart rate: N/A BPM. Shorts, short sleeved tee, tech socks, and bandana. 63 °F, 0mph N, 94% at end.

    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      First run in a couple of weeks where I didn't feel I was in a funk. Great feeling to just lapse into running mode and not think about much of anything until, suddenly, I realized it was over!

      5 days ago Like

  5. RUN
    alright Recovery run 5.03 mi 00:44 08:41 pace

    61 °F, 0mph N, 88%, 720, 00:43:45, Red Mizunos, 284 miles, Max heart rate: N/A BPM, Avg heart rate: N/A BPM. Shorts, short sleeved tee, tech socks, and bandana. 66 °F, 0mph N, 83% at end.

  6. Shared Photo

    Gotta love that fourth interval - I don't drop below 8:00/mile very often! 30 years ago that would have been an interval I would have kept to myself but now it's cause to brag!!!!

  7. RUN
    alright 7 x 800 6.05 mi 00:52 08:37 pace

    61 °F, 0mph N, 94%, 864, 00:52:11, Red Mizunos, 277 miles, Max heart rate: N/A BPM, Avg heart rate: N/A BPM. Shorts, short sleeved tee, tech socks, and bandana. 63 °F, 0mph N, 94% at end.

    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      Surprisingly hard run this morning, but a good one. My pace for the intervals, including the resting jogs but without warmup and cool down was actually 8:29, so I can't complain about that...

      7 days ago Like

    • Adam O.
      Adam O.

      Great intervals Lowell. Cant complain ata ll.

      6 days ago Like

  8. RUN
    tired Long run 11.33 mi 01:42 08:59 pace

    66 °F, 4mph N, 88%, 1631, 01:41:48, Red Mizunos, 266 miles, Max heart rate: N/A BPM, Avg heart rate: N/A BPM. Shorts, short sleeved tee, tech socks, and bandana. 68 °F, 4mph N, 88% at end.

    • Doug G.
      Doug G.

      a very good solid 11.33 mile run in the heat wave, you are doing fantastic I say, that is hard to do!

      5 days ago Like

  9. RUN
    alright Recovery run 4.04 mi 00:35 08:38 pace

    70 °F, 12mph E, 83%, 576, 00:34:52, Red Mizunos, 262 miles, Max heart rate: N/A BPM, Avg heart rate: N/A BPM. Shorts, short sleeved tee, tech socks, and bandana. 70 °F, 12mph E, 83% at end.

  10. RUN
    alright 10 miler 10.03 mi 01:29 08:51 pace

    70 °F, 0mph N, 88%, 1440, 01:28:49, Red Mizunos, 252 miles, Max heart rate: N/A BPM, Avg heart rate: N/A BPM. Shorts, short sleeved tee, tech socks, and bandana. 73 °F, 4mph NNW, 78% at end.

    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      Eh...

      10 days ago Like

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    • Adam O.
      Adam O.

      Solid 10 Lowell. It's all relative, to mere mortals this looks very impressive!

      9 days ago Like1 person

    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      Thanks, guys. These mental slumps happen, but I have a feeling this one's about over. It's raining here this morning and I'm frustrated that I haven't been able to hit the street yet but now the promised clearing seems to be coming. Short run today should be a mood lifter! Thanks for the support!

      9 days ago Like2 people

  11. RUN
    alright Recovery run 4.04 mi 00:35 08:46 pace

    64 °F, 0mph N, 94%, 577, 00:35:27, Red Mizunos, 248 miles, Max heart rate: N/A BPM, Avg heart rate: N/A BPM. Shorts, short sleeved tee, tech socks, and bandana. 64 °F, 0mph N, 94% at end.

    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      The mental fatigue continues. But I have enough years in to know that this will go away as suddenly as it came on...

      12 days ago Like

    • Stephen H.
      Stephen H.

      It's an easy thing to happen. Hope the happy runs soon start to present themselves again. Nice work getting the runs completed regardless!

      11 days ago Like1 person

    • Corey W.
      Corey W.

      nice recovery Lowell.. hope you snap out of your funk!

      11 days ago Like1 person

    • Doug G.
      Doug G.

      Great job on the recover run!

      9 days ago Like1 person

  12. RUN
    alright 8 miler 8.03 mi 01:10 08:40 pace

    72 °F, 8mph NE, 83%, 1152, 01:09:41, Red Mizunos, 240 miles, Max heart rate: N/A BPM, Avg heart rate: N/A BPM. Shorts, short sleeved tee, tech socks, and bandana. 73 °F, 14mph ENE, 78% at end.

    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      Definitely still not feeling it, but got it done so I'll call that a triumph!

      13 days ago Like

    • Stephen H.
      Stephen H.

      Excellent job Lowell! I'm so impressed with how many miles you manage to get in and how consistent you are with your workouts. It's just be a matter of time before you get your running mojo back to full strength.

      12 days ago Like1 person

    • Doug G.
      Doug G.

      Good 8 mile run, hope you get rested up and get the enthusiasm back, fantastic fortitude running 8 when really not feeling good!

      12 days ago Like

  13. RUN
    good Recovery 3.07 mi 00:26 08:35 pace

    70 °F, 0mph N, 73%, 361, 00:26:24, Red Mizunos, 237 miles, Max heart rate: N/A BPM. Shorts, short sleeved tee, tech socks, and bandana. 70 °F, 0mph N, 73% at end.

    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      This started as a 45 minute tempo, but with trepidation right from the start. With the 26 miles I put in over the weekend, despite trying to eat a lot my weight was way down and I had a feeling I was going to crash. I did so, back to eating for today and then I'll run a longer tempo tomorrow! Feeling good about my fitness level, though; very good, actually...

      14 days ago Like

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    • Corey W.
      Corey W.

      sounds like the right decision Lowell, great recovery!

      13 days ago Like1 person

    • Adam O.
      Adam O.

      Thats some big milage. Rest and fuel up Lowell, the road will be waiting for you.

      13 days ago Like1 person

  14. RUN
    great Second run 4.04 mi 00:35 08:39 pace

    79 °F, HI: 80 °F, 0mph N, 58%, 475, 00:35:00, Red Mizunos, 233 miles, Max heart rate: N/A BPM. Shorts, short sleeved tee, tech socks, and bandana. 79 °F, HI: 80 °F, 0mph N, 58% at end.

    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      Further proof that the sun makes a HUGE difference. I could easily have run another 10 miles, I felt so good, and I was running on relatively tired legs...

      14 days ago Like

    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      Oh, and I just had to get to 50 this week!

      14 days ago Like

    • Brian S.
      Brian S.

      Nice job Lowell. It was definitely getting a bit warm yesterday.

      14 days ago Like

  15. RUN
    alright Long run 12.01 mi 01:50 09:09 pace

    64 °F, 0mph N, 83%, 1431, 01:49:59, Red Mizunos, 221 miles, Max heart rate: N/A BPM. Shorts, short sleeved tee, tech socks, and bandana. 66 °F, 0mph W, 83% at end.

    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      Had lots of energy left but I needed to stop to get to church on time! Body, mind and spirit and all that...

      14 days ago Like

  16. RUN
    alright 10 miler 10.04 mi 01:29 08:53 pace

    57 °F, 0mph N, 88%, 1184, 01:29:15, Red Mizunos, 211 miles, Max heart rate: N/A BPM. Shorts, short sleeved tee, tech socks, and bandana. 63 °F, 0mph W, 77% at end.

  17. RUN
    good 45 minute tempo 6.04 mi 00:51 08:30 pace

    57 °F, 4mph W, 88%, 864, 00:51:22, Red Mizunos, 204 miles, Max heart rate: N/A BPM. Shorts, short sleeved tee, tech socks, and bandana. 64 °F, 7mph W, 68% at end.

  18. RUN
    alright 10 miler 10.03 mi 01:31 09:01 pace

    72 °F, HI: 73 °F, 0mph N, 94%, 1440, 01:30:30, Red Mizunos, 194 miles, Max heart rate: N/A BPM. Shorts, short sleeved tee, tech socks, and bandana. 72 °F, 7mph WNW, 88% at end.

  19. RUN
    alright 6 x hills 8.02 mi 01:14 09:11 pace

    63 °F, 0mph N, 94%, 1152, 01:13:41, Red Mizunos, 186 miles, Max heart rate: N/A BPM. Shorts, short sleeved tee, tech socks, and bandana. 70 °F, 0mph N, 78% at end.

  20. Okay, I can say this here without risking getting hit. Every year at this point in the summer I have a struggle keeping my weight up. Sadly, food is not one of my great pleasures in life, but I d... read more

    • Doug G.
      Doug G.

      I am glad your eating, you will live longer by eating less, and being thinner helps your running. Keep the groceries going down the pipe,
      your high metabolic rate x your exercise is stoking the furnace.

      21 days ago Like1 person

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    • Joshua W.
      Joshua W.

      i HATED being called skinny in school. It was like calling me weak. Guys don't want to be called skinny as much as girls don't like to be called fat. I have learned to accept it and embraced it with my running.

      20 days ago Like

    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      I'm with you, Joshua, but I don't think women get it. My wife certainly doesn't. When boys are growing up strength is noticed and praised and calling a guy skinny is saying he's not quite good enough. But once I became a runner that all changed since everyone said, "Oh, yeah, you run so you SHOULD be skinny!"

      20 days ago Like1 person