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  1. RUN
    great just a run 6.04 mi

    Kids interrupted my normal running schedule :) so I couldn't run in the early morning as usual and had to run after lunch . . . I haven't run in the afternoon in years so it was quite dif... read more

  2. RUN
    great back 3.64 mi 00:23 06:23 pace

    alternating paces with a ladder approach . . . 1 min. at 5k pace; 2 min. at 10k pace and 3 min. at 15k pace, then work back down 3, 2, and 1 and then back up and down.

  3. RUN
    great out 3.64 mi 00:38 10:18 pace

    nice easy warm-up

  4. RUN
    great under 40 Friday 3.5 mi

    30 min. shod; 5 min. barefoot; core exercises afterward . . . feelin' good and ready for some faster stuff this weekend

  5. RUN
    great morning in the dark run 4.03 mi

    always a little freaky running in complete darkness but I had to get my run in very early . . .

    • John K.
      John K.

      Do you use a headlamp, or just go ninja-style?

      3 days ago Like

    • Harry H.
      Harry H.

      I generally use a headlamp but went ninja style this morning . . . safer with a headlamp as it lets the wildlife know I'm coming . . .

      3 days ago Like

  6. RUN
    great easy run 4.12 mi

    a little more liveliness in the legs today . . . 6x90 step surges . . .

  7. RUN
    great easy run 5.02 mi

    Legs were a little heavy but I feel great.

  8. RUN
    great under 40 Monday 3.4 mi

    time for the body to heal and recover . . . last 2 min. barefoot

  9. RUN
    great long run 10.18 mi

    I've never felt this good, this strong, this satisfied as a runner. Whatever this last phase of adjustment is that my body is going through, it's amazing. Although I haven't had an... read more

  10. RUN
    great fartlex time 8.13 mi 00:55 06:46 pace

    Alternating every 1 min. between race pace and tempo pace . .. alternating b/t 1 min. at average 5:50 pace and 1 min. at average 7:40 pace. 2 hrs. post run I feel pretty good. I've never ic... read more

  11. RUN
    great under 40 Friday 3.57 mi

    recovery run, meaning a run around 35 min. last 6 min. barefoot.

  12. RUN
    great fall is here 5.12 mi

    First run in long pants, long sleeve shirt and running gloves . . . hep, fall is here and winter is around the corner . . . although I love fall, I'm not sure how I feel about all this :)

    • John K.
      John K.

      Tell me you are running at high altitude ;) Down here at 1500ft, it is still only Autumn!

      11 days ago Like

    • Harry H.
      Harry H.

      @John, lol. Yes, Denver is 5,200 ft. (the Mile High City) and it snowed yesterday in the Rocky Mountains above 12,000 ft.

      10 days ago Like1 person

  13. RUN
    these are the days 4.49 mi

    no inspiration, motivation or desire to run . . . these are the days you must push through, get that work out in and when it's over, you know you are a runner . . . these are the moments that ... read more

    • Lydia H.
      Lydia H.

      I love that. I think I need that printed on my wall. :)

      11 days ago Like1 person

    • John K.
      John K.

      I find that the longer I go running consistently 5-6 days a week in all weather, the more I don't have to worry about how I feel or whether I'm motivated. when I have that time to run, I just do it, no matter how I feel.

      11 days ago Like1 person

    • Harry H.
      Harry H.

      The more consistency definitely helps. I run 7 days a week (210+ straight days of running) and I still have days where it's a mental battle. Probably b/c I'm fit enough such that missing a day won't matter . . . I'm just trying to run every day for 1 yr. then maybe I'll go back to 6 days per week.

      It's easy to run when you feel good; it's when you don't have it that you can overcome the mind and body and make it happen.

      11 days ago Like

  14. RUN
    great easy run 4.21 mi

    nice, easy, relaxed . .

  15. RUN
    great under 40 Monday 3.73 mi

    rest day run; 33 min. shod; 2 min. barefoot; body feels very good.

  16. RUN
    great long run 10.71 mi

    Didn't necessarily plan on a long run but felt pretty good around the 6 mile mark so kept going. Body started to give me signals around the 8.5 mile mark to shut it down so I headed home. La... read more

  17. RUN
    great warm up 00:20

    warm up b/f tempo

  18. RUN
    great tempo 5.62 mi 00:39 06:56 pace

    The most comfortable sub 7 tempo run I can remember. I don't want to speak too soon but maybe this is the reward for never giving up and staying with it for 8+ years. . . not to mention the f... read more

    • Paul S.
      Paul S.

      Great barometer run to see where you were at and how far you've come! Great job Harry!

      15 days ago Like

  19. RUN
    under 40 Friday 3.65 mi

    Friday is one of the 2 days each week that I keep the run under 40 minutes and treat it as a rest day. I can't think of any point in time where I've been a happier, healthier and stronge... read more

  20. exactly why I don't wear a GPS watch, "sluggish starts to runs is normal. Just ease into runs & please don't let GPS force your pace. Let pace come to you." And why it take... read more

    • John K.
      John K.

      Heh. My problem is that I don't warm up for about 8 miles these days, so 50 mile race is about the shortest distance where I can still be competitive :)

      18 days ago Like1 person

    • Chris

      Great quote and definitely spot on about GPS. I use them, but basically for TRACKING data afterwards, not for guiding my run WHILE I run. Best to "feel" the run.

      18 days ago Like1 person