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  1. RUN
    good 3.1 mi

    Slowly but surely getting better.

  2. RUN
    good 4.56 mi

    First 6:30am run, pretty difficult getting up but super glad I made it.

  3. RUN
    alright 4.01 mi

    Legs felt a little heavy but other than that OK.

  4. RUN
    alright Ferry Building to Aquatic Par... 4 mi

    Struggling but one foot in front of the other.

  5. RUN
    alright Treadmill at South Lake Tahoe. 3.1 mi

    Followed up with a little resistance exercise.

  6. RUN
    alright 4 mi

    After Work run, good conversational pace. Not fast at all but we are just getting started.

  7. RUN
    4 mi

    Went to Kick off for SF Rock & Roll Half Marathon on March 29th. We ran around the Presidio and struggled but happy to be out there. This Half will be a serious challenge because I am just no... read more

  8. FIT
    alright

    Had a bit of insomnia this morning and thought I'd get up and take advantage of it. I did a light dumbbell workout at the local gym for about 20 minutes. Insomnia sucks but hey if life gives... read more

  9. RUN
    alright to Pier 40 and back 3 mi

    It's been a while since I ran or did much exercise but what is it about a New Year that gives you energy and motivation. There is nothing really different about January 1st than say August 1s... read more

  10. RUN
    great Brannan Street & Back (past A... 3 mi 00:26 08:37 pace

    Maybe 3rd run in last 2 years. (I've biked a little and recently started Yoga). Considering how long it's been I felt really good. Trying to sign up for 10K on the 25th and need to get... read more

  11. RUN
    alright To Juan Marichal Statue and Back 2 mi

    Wow, it's been a few of months since I've done any running. (I think the Giants Half Marathon in Early September). Anyway, I definitely felt like I lost a lot of conditioning and I ran ... read more

  12. RUN
    good The Giant Race Half Marathon 13.14 mi 02:11 09:58 pace

    Considering my training has been severely insufficient in the past few months and I ran this race with a bit of a hangover, I gotta say I'm pretty pleased with my result. The weather was perf... read more

    • Jim
      Jim

      Congrats on the new Pr for the half mary Dan - nice to have a good buddy who likes to run and there is for you in a race like this. Looks like a neat course to have run and I figure the adult beverages the night before provided you more good for their carbo-loading value as they might hindered ya' a tad in the beginning.

      over 2 years ago Like

    • Dan R.
      Dan R.

      Thanks Jim, although I don't know if wine and mixed drinks counts as carbo loading. :-) I think dehydration was the real problem.

      over 2 years ago Like

    • Rocky R.
      Rocky R.

      Great run Dan! It was a lot of fun, I'm glad we both made it to the start line. Good job working through it and keeping me going too!

      over 2 years ago Like

    • David George J.
      David George J. Nice Job
      Nice Job:

      Great time Dan! :)

      over 2 years ago

  13. RUN
    alright Thursday Lululemon Run Club Run 4.5 mi

    - It is great running with this group too. We ran through downtown and going up California and Hyde (where the cable car runs) was definitely the toughest. Again, I think it's best that I d... read more

  14. RUN
    alright Sports Basement Presidio Run 6 mi

    Sports Basement Presidio Run - Felt like I lacked a little energy in this run and know that the lack of miles in the last couple of months is effecting my conditioning. I do find motivation with t... read more

  15. RUN
    Run around neighborhood 2.74 mi 00:26 09:39 pace

    Have really dropped off lately in my running. I blame it to over scheduling myself and not being committed enough. This morning I set my set my clock early and did go out on a short run before wo... read more