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Angela logged 4784 miles.

Last workout about 1 year ago. Help get them back on track!

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  1. RUN
    injured Cut short 2 mi 00:30 14:57 pace

    Tomorrow is another day...

  2. RUN
    alright 13.1 Fort Lauderdale 13.19 mi 03:24 15:28 pace

    It's been a while since I posted here. A few years, actually. It's also been that long since I've seen my mojo. I'm thinking I might have left it here, so if found, please re... read more

  3. RUN
    great I DID IT!!!!!!! 14.5 mi 03:26 14:12 pace

    These last 14-ish miles were EXACTLY what I needed to make my 150 for the month of September (more than DOUBLE the mileage in August), and I am also at 800 for the year!! WOOT WOOT!!!! #FutureLeg... read more

    • Ellen
      Ellen You're an Inspiration
      You're an Inspiration:

      WOO HOO!!!!

      over 3 years ago

  4. FIT
    great BOOT CAMP!!!!! 01:05


  5. RUN
    alright Seven the hard way.... 7.02 mi 01:47 15:15 pace

    Seven miles in a pair of Nikes that started hurting at mile TWO..... valuable (PAINFUL) lesson learned.... followed it up with a Boot Camp class. Now my entire body is hurting and my knees are on... read more

  6. Shared Photo

    One of this morning's pics...

  7. RUN
    great Hot, but Gorgeous! 5.1 mi 01:07 13:09 pace

    Beautiful Sunrise Run..... a little breeze, bit like a blow dryer to the face....LOL.... gotta get my groove back...channeling my inner "Stella"...

  8. RUN
    tired Not sure WHAT to call this... 5.31 mi 01:19 14:48 pace

    I tried, quite unsuccessfully, to outrun a bad attitude... a reminder that I need to run first thing in the morning, before anyone has time to piss me off....

    • Sam R.
      Sam R.

      I call that "sanity." Just think what you would have felt like if you hadn't gone for the run. You may not be able to outrun it entirely, but you can get it good and winded so that it has a harder time keeping up with you. ;-)

      over 3 years ago Like1 person

    • Darrell G.
      Darrell G.

      The attitude dictates the run; the run never dictates the attitude. Nice 5.

      over 3 years ago Like1 person