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Mindbling logged 82 miles.

Last workout almost 7 years ago. Help get them back on track!

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  1. RUN
    great Peter's Trail 8 mi 01:21 10:07 pace

    After battling a sore calf all week, if felt good to get out and go. Gorgeous morning for a run!

  2. RUN
    injured 2 mi

    I pulled/tweaked something. Didn't get too far on this run. Healing up for the weekend.

  3. RUN
    alright 4 mi

    Speed work out. Almost barfed. I guess that means it went well!

  4. RUN
    great 7 mi

    First trail run with Kelly K., Pam, Uncle C. and Beth. I don't think we paid attention to pace. I was too busy looking at the views and all of the deer who were there to cheer us on. Loved it.

  5. RUN
    alright 6 mi

    Little painful. I wanted to do 8 miles but my hangover didn't let me. I did not keep track of my pace but I'm assuming it was 'slow'. : )

  6. RUN
    great 6.28 mi 01:06 10:28 pace

    Lots of hills. I'm getting a bit faster on them, so that's nice!! Need to get up to 8 miles for my training run Sunday.

  7. RUN
    The Hills of Lebo 6.2 mi 01:06 10:38 pace

    Meh. Pretty day. Wish I was faster. But I did it!

  8. RUN
    great 4.35 mi 00:41 09:23 pace

    What a gorgeous day for a run! And I get to go home and celebrate with a drink of some sort!!

  9. RUN
    good 4.23 mi 00:43 10:13 pace

    I was tired and hungover from Valentine's Day fun, but I forced myself to go. I was glad that I did, but I certainly wasn't setting any land speed records.

  10. FIT
    great 01:00

    Managed to get up and make the 5:30 am Crossfit class. It reminded me that a.) that's really frigging early and b.) I need to do more strength training. I am a noodle armed nancy.

  11. RUN
    good 5.75 mi 01:00 10:20 pace

    So I guess running in snow is as hard as running on sand? My legs feel like rubber. Great morning run through Peters/Montour trail. Very pretty!

    • Kelly K.
      Kelly K.

      Great run! I love that trail. And ya, snow is no joke.

      about 7 years ago Like

  12. RUN
    great 3.5 mi

    So this was a speed workout with a one mile warm up, then a set of five 800 meters runs with two minutes recoveries in between. My first 800 I ran at a 8:34 minute mile pace, and my last one at a 7... read more

  13. RUN
    great 5.12 mi 00:48 09:17 pace

    My lunch time run. Now I get to sit here nice and sweaty for the rest of the day! : )

    • Pam

      So jealous that you can run during the day. What a great way to enjoy the daylight! Nice pace too, speedy!

      about 7 years ago Like

    • Mindbling

      I'm really not that fast. It's just that I'm used to running the hills of Lebo, so when I get a relatively flat run, I go nuts. Well, not like crazy or anything. I just run faster than usual!

      about 7 years ago Like

  14. RUN
    great 5 mi 00:51 10:17 pace

    Really good average, for me. My best mile was 9:26, and I peaked at a 108 elevation. I have no idea what that means, but it sounds impressive.

    • Mike K.
      Mike K.

      108 means the amount of feet in the steepness in the hills - 108 is a decent size climb.

      about 7 years ago Like

  15. RUN
    great 3 mi 00:28 09:16 pace

    Working on getting my speed up!

  16. RUN
    great 3 mi 00:32 10:30 pace

    It's so nice out that I didn't want to stop. Unrelated. I wish I lived somewhere flatter. Or is it more flat? Regardless. These hills are killing me.

    • Mike K.
      Mike K.

      Hills make you tougher mentally. Going over a hill instead of around it gives you an mental advantage on race day over the person guy that only runs around a flat track. Champions are made when no one is watching. :)

      about 7 years ago Like

  17. RUN
    good 5 mi 00:54 10:52 pace

    Loads of hills, as always. Friggin Pittsburgh.

  18. RUN
    great 4 mi 00:43 10:39 pace

    Hills, hills and more hills. *thunk*