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Running-Girl logged 1906 miles.

Last workout about 4 years ago. Help get them back on track!

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  1. RUN
    good neighborhood 3 mi 00:27 09:00 pace

    Working on hills since I'd like to focus more on trail running.

  2. It's summer time! I just completed an important project so hoping to finally log in some miles! (I've been running, it's just that I haven't been logging them here lately) But h... read more

  3. I've been quiet for a while. I learned how to swim 1-1/2 years ago, have been training a bit (I'm sure I forgot to log many of my workouts here), and completed my first (sprint) triathlo... read more

    • Kristen R.
      Kristen R.

      great job on your first TRI!!! That is awesome. there is a great TRI/Du Oct 5th here in Capitola if you are interested...Mermaid Series... They do a really fun event!!

      almost 6 years ago Like

    • Brian G.
      Brian G.

      Great report and congrats on completing the first Tri. I have yet to attempt one and swimming is the main reason why. I have heard about the churn, the splashing and pushing at the start of Tri's which make it really tough. You made it and have learned a lot, keep up the great work.

      almost 6 years ago Like

    • Cyclist2runner

      Kudos for your first tri! Regarding the swimming leg, a friend who does tris told me that there was a group who practiced open water swimming in the bay. Also, Total Immersion may also be what you are looking for. They have regular weekend seminars in the Bay Area. I took one about 5 years back, and most of the participants were triathletes looking to improve (e.g. gain efficiency/save energy) their swimming leg.

      almost 6 years ago Like

    • Running-Girl

      @Kristen R. Thanks! I've done a Mermaid Duathlon before. Will definitely look into the tri. @Brian G. Yes, the swim is daunting. I recommend practicing in open water. @Cyclist2runner I've read the TI books and have the video. I guess putting it into practice is important. I want to take a TI class! Thank you everyone!

      almost 6 years ago Like

  4. RUN
    good Tri leg 3: shadow creek park 3 mi

    Fatigued by this point and what was there to greet me the minute I start the run? A hill...and another...and another. Granted, they were small but after swimming and biking, I just couldn't ... read more

  5. VELO
    good Tri leg 2: Pleasanton 10 mi

    Due to construction, our cycling got reduced from 13 miles to 10 miles. Felt strong on the bike since mostly flat.

  6. swim
    good Tri leg 1: Shadow creek lake 400 yd

    The good- I finished. The bad- I freaked out. The ugly- worse cramp on my calf muscle, ended up backstroking with one functioning leg for most of the way. Not bad considering I just learned to s... read more

  7. RUN
    good Track 4 mi 00:32 08:00 pace

    Ran in circles today. Okay, make that ovals.

  8. swim
    pool 1750 yd

    I'm realizing that swimming is great cross training. It works different leg muscles, yet I feel it has made me stronger on my runs.