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  • 19 miles
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  • 2202 calories
  • 4 workouts
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  1. RUN
    great easy and smooth 4.78 mi

    One of the smoothest easy runs ever . . .

    • Pope Jan
      Pope Jan

      I love it when everything comes together and it feels like you're running on clouds.

      about 8 hours ago Like

  2. RUN
    great easy run 6.08 mi

    after a good warm-up, it turned into a great rhythm run. I love when the run is musical and the stride and form is rhythmic . . . same 1, 2, 3, 4 as the feet touch the ground over and over and bre... read more

  3. RUN
    great push through run 4.24 mi

    Every runner knows this feeling . . . no desire to run; no motivation to run, etc. These are the days that separate the dedicated runners from the leisure runners. These are the days you just hav... read more

  4. RUN
    great recovery 3.5 mi

    Shake out recovery run after yesterday's long run. I think this was the right time in my life to move from the speed stuff to longer distances and my body is responding wonderfully.

  5. I wonder if we'll ever wake up and realize the design of the modern running shoe is contrary to the natural functioning of the human foot. I guess the marketing engines of the major shoe manu... read more

    • Chris
      Chris

      The only shoes that have fit my feet well are Altra (wide toe box and zero drop) and some Skechers GoRun performance shoes (wide toe boxes and minimal drop (0-4mm). Of course, neither brand is usually seen in running stores.

      5 days ago Like1 person

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    • Harry H.
      Harry H.

      @Joe, I run (and race) in the Puma H-Streets and only lace the top 2 eye lets . . . I use them on roads, trails and mountain running. This shoe has quite a history . . .the original go-to shoe for Anton K. and the #1 shoe recommended by Pose.

      4 days ago Like

    • Harry H.
      Harry H.

      @Brian, agree that when you start taking about 50k's and longer, it's a different ball game . . . different needs and concerns although we know that many folks run 100 milers in sandal type wear.

      4 days ago Like

  6. RUN
    great long run 10.11 mi 01:09 06:48 pace

    I feel great, mentally and physically (not sure I can feel any better). I may permanently move my long run and/or tempo run to Sunday instead of Saturday (think it works better and Monday's w... read more

    • Chris
      Chris

      Interesting article. Thanks for sharing.

      4 days ago Like

  7. RUN
    great change in schedule 4.38 mi

    This is normally my long run or tempo day but the kids schedule changed it up so I'll do a hard workout tomorrow. The nerve of my kids to interrupt my running schedule :)

  8. RUN
    great rest day run 4 mi

    As I run every day, I'm really forcing myself to make sure 2 runs per week are under 40 min. and closer to 30 min. is better . . . it takes a lot of discipline to shut a run down early right w... read more

  9. RUN
    great hills, hills, hills 5.66 mi

    Is there any single workout more beneficial than running hills? I think not. While other types of runs are beneficial, the hill workout gives you more benefits than any single run. If you become... read more

  10. RUN
    great out and back 4.56 mi

    warm-up for first 2 miles; rest of run at sub 7:00 pace

  11. RUN
    great short run 3 mi

    A bit tired, physically and mentally with less sleep than normal over the past few days (taking the kids to the Bruno Mars concept Sunday night didn't help as that was way past my bed time :) ... read more

  12. RUN
    rest day run 4.86 mi

    My rest day run lengthens as I continue the transformation back to a long distance runner . . . my body is responding awfully well . . . another indication the speed work required to maintain top 5... read more

  13. RUN
    great recovery run 4.86 mi

    Legs were pretty heavy for the first 10-15 min. which was directly related to yesterday's long tempo run then about 10 min. later, I loosened up and had a great last 20 min. run back to home b... read more

  14. RUN
    great guess I'm ready for the half ... 15.02 mi 01:47 07:09 pace

    Just wanted to see where I was with respect to the half marathon distance. I haven't done a long run beyond 10 miles in over a year (no need for 10+ mile long runs with 5k training). I didn&... read more

  15. RUN
    great rest day run 3.01 mi

    I feel great but wanted to keep it short and easy as I'm planning a long tempo run tomorrow morning. I'm as healthy and strong as I've ever been since I started running regularly.

  16. RUN
    great easy run 7.04 mi

    Continuing to lengthen my runs as I work back to marathon running. Funny how it has come full circle. I started 10 yrs. ago as a distance runner running the marathon and 50k distance. Then an el... read more

    • Chris
      Chris

      100 miler. Good for the mind and body.

      15 days ago Like1 person

    • Harry H.
      Harry H.

      @Chris, yea, I'm far off that. I'll climb back slowly and see where I'm at along the way, physically and mentally. Once I get my mileage back up to half marathon racing (that should be pretty quick), I'll see if I want to extend further (again) . . . 50/50 as to whether I'll return to the marathon . . .

      15 days ago Like

    • Henning
      Henning

      funny. just yesterday after a 10k i thought about doing this «circle» instead of continuing to train for one or two marathons each year. the 10k was passable but i am plateauing on these relatively short distances and probably will sooner or later on the marathon, too. your approach sounds very smart. way to train so disciplined and focused!

      12 days ago Like

  17. RUN
    great easy hill run 5.25 mi

    all hills, hills and more hills . . . I feel good!!!

  18. RUN
    great feeling super good 6.65 mi

    2.15 mile warm-up; 4.5 miles at comfortable tempo pace. I feel so good!!! Continuing down the path of slowly switching from 5k racing to half marathon racing.

  19. RUN
    great rest day run 4.1 mi

    I've been able to stretch, pull and tug on both of my achilles before and after runs with absolutely no discomfort or pain which tells me my form is on cue . . .

  20. RUN
    great mountain recovery run 6.75 mi

    Relaxing mountain recovery run. I feel very connected spiritually and physically as well as a connection to the early . . . I feel strong. I ran at a high level of feel based on the music of my f... read more