Site:
http://runbarefoot.blogspot.com
Miles:
15855 total / 537 in 2016
Goal:

2015: Podium USATF-NJ Grand Prix. 3:14 Boston, 3:08 Philly. VT 100K unsupported.

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Gene logged 15855 miles.

Last workout 16 days ago. Help get them back on track!

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  1. RUN
    alright Hometown 2.2 mi 00:19 08:41 pace

    PF nearing being gone...

  2. RUN
    alright hometown 2.2 mi 00:22 09:46 pace

    PF getting better slowly

  3. RUN
    injured 11 mi 02:31 13:43 pace

    Plantar Faciatis left only. Dragged through Round Valley. Walked a lot.

    • Glenn S. Get Better
      Get Better:

      Ouch. Still a great pace for being injured.

      19 days ago

  4. RUN
    blah Troy,NY 4 mi 00:35 08:45 pace

    Ran on Uncle Sam Rail Trail(?) before daughter's soccer game.

  5. RUN
    injured Hometown 2.2 mi 00:21 09:32 pace

    PF

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    injured Hometown 2.2 mi 00:22 10:00 pace

    PF

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    injured hometown 2.2 mi 00:23 10:27 pace

    PF hurts

  9. RUN
    injured Broad Street Run 10 mi 01:35 09:30 pace

    Rain. Much PF pain

  10. RUN
    alright Clinton 15K 9.3 mi 01:04 06:52 pace

    PF hurt entire race

  11. RUN
    blah Voorhees 2 mi 00:23 11:17 pace

    This was a post-seder run. Thought I was going to explode or barf.

  12. RUN
    alright 2.2 mi 00:24 10:40 pace

    Ouch. Hurting from Breakneck... but did it

  13. RUN
    alright Breakneck Trail Marathon 25.68 mi 08:05 18:53 pace

    My garmin died before finishing, which happened 20 minutes later.
    http://rednewtracing.com/BreakneckPoint
    I can't complain, considering i have been recovering from a pulled or strained hamst... read more

    • Glenn S.

      Gene, you should be proud to have finished at all while recovering from an injury. Well done on your Trail marathon. Get some rest and continue to recover.

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

    • Leah R.
      Leah R.

      Sounds rugged! Congrats on finishing the beast!

      about 1 month ago Like1 person