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 2 months 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.

      3 months 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.

      3 months ago Like1 person

    • Leah R.
      Leah R.

      Sounds rugged! Congrats on finishing the beast!

      3 months ago Like1 person