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  • 15 miles
  • 02:34 time
  • 2385 calories
  • 2 workouts
  • This Week time period


  1. RUN
    great lakeview park 6.49 mi 01:08 10:30 pace


  2. RUN
    great Yin Yang Run 8.4 mi 01:26 10:13 pace

    Part Pavement. Part Trail. All Glorious.

  3. RUN
    great Hood Loop 4.1 mi 00:40 09:46 pace

    Hot Sunday morning hood run.

  4. RUN
    great Lakeside 5.38 mi 00:55 10:10 pace

    Being on call for part of the morning limited my range, but squeezing this in felt really nice.

  5. RUN
    great Lakeview Park 6.34 mi 01:08 10:45 pace

    HOT. This was basically the equivalent to doing the first 10k of the Badwater Ultramarathon and skipping the last 129 miles of it.

  6. RUN
    good Dog Pond Run 4.52 mi 00:46 10:16 pace

    Afternoon run in Texas in late July = Hot as fuuuuuuuck

  7. RUN
    tired El Scorcho Ocho 50k 50 km 06:52 13:15 pace

    It was really hot and I was really tired, but overall I felt that this wasn't too shabby for my second 50k that I didn't really train for very well.

  8. This is how my run felt today.

  9. RUN
    great To Dog Pond and Back 4.51 mi 00:46 10:17 pace

    Took my new Altra Torin 1.5's out for their maiden voyage. I dare say these are the best shoes I've ever run in.

  10. RUN
    great Hood/Lake 6.49 mi 01:08 10:30 pace

    Yep. It's Hot. But with no A/C, this actually made it feel cooler in my house.

  11. RUN
    great Hood Run 4.13 mi 00:42 10:09 pace

    Easy pace Sunday morning run.

  12. RUN
    great The Robert Frost Run 11.41 mi 02:16 11:52 pace

    While navigating the Horseshoe Trails, I decided to channel Robert Frost when I came to a fork and took the trail that appeared to be less-travelled. This path became more and more faint with the b... read more

    • Pierre M.
      Pierre M.

      I'm sure Robert Frost never did it without a horse underneath him! Nice exploration!

      28 days ago Like1 person

    • Royce B.
      Royce B.

      not COOL, Robert Frost!

      28 days ago Like1 person

    • Ben K.

      Hey don't pick on Robert Frost, he is but one traveler. Wow, almost 25 years later and I think I can still recite that poem verbatim. No wonder if get's harder to learn as you get older....too much stuff stuck in your brain. Nice run today Mike.

      28 days ago Like1 person

  13. RUN
    great Hood Run 4.09 mi 00:39 09:31 pace

    Early morning pre-work meeting miles.

  14. RUN
    great Evening Hood Run 4.11 mi 00:40 09:50 pace

    I don't run in the evening very often, but this felt great. I've got the El Scorcho 50k in a couple weeks, but you wouldn't be able to tell by my sparse running frequency as of late.... read more

  15. RUN
    great By the lake and through the '... 7.18 mi 01:13 10:12 pace

    Saturday run.

  16. After a week and a half, I've finally gotten around to posting my report from the Leadville Heavy Half (15.5 miles). Even though I've done many races of greater distances, the course and ... read more

    • Ben K.

      whoa....that's some serious stuff. I'm so much a flat lander here in the midwest that I don't know how I'd react at all to that kind of elevation change. I'm glad you are okay. I'm also glad to hear you had fun. If it's not fun, than what are we doing? Thanks for posting a recap, and good luck if you decide to go for that 100 miler!!

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

    • Pierre M.
      Pierre M.

      Wow, some serious elevation changes there, you are lucky you didn't suffer worse! And glad you enjoyed this, Mike! Sounds great all in all.

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

    • Leah C.
      Leah C.

      Way to do it! I happened to be in Leadville the day before climbing Mt Elbert, and by 13,000 feet I was struggling so bad, I had so much respect for the runners gearing up to tackle the marathon and "half" at that elevation! Especially you guys coming from practically sea level to over 2 miles high, you folks are beasts!

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

  17. RUN
    great Power Outage Run 5.25 mi 00:50 09:36 pace

    I decided to cope with the power outage at my house by going for a run. When I got back, the lights and a/c were back on. Is this evidence that running restores power? #hmmmmmm

    • Ben K.

      Hmm...I think that is the only logical conclusion. It's what Scully would say. mulder would say it's aliens though. Nice run!

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

    • Pierre M.
      Pierre M.

      Something about energy exchange? Nice run.

      about 1 month ago Like

  18. RUN
    great Hood Loop 4.08 mi 00:39 09:27 pace

    Probably my last run before the Leadville Heavy Half on Saturday. I'll have zero time to physically adapt to the altitude. I hope I don't die from asphyxiation.

    • Leah C.
      Leah C.

      Good luck! It should be a beautiful weekend.

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

    • Pierre M.
      Pierre M.

      Hope so too, Mike! I don't have any advice for you, to speed up adaptation except maybe take some extra iron and B vitamins to get your blood cell count up.

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

  19. RUN
    great Hither and Yon 22.3 mi 04:13 11:21 pace

    I waited until the end of the thunderstorm, then I unleashed the RUNDERSTORM.