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  • 19 miles
  • 02:51 time
  • 1610 calories
  • 1 workouts
  • This Week time period


  1. Only 264 miles in June, but I finally feel like I'm bouncing back from 2014.

    • Enrique B.
      Enrique B.

      Only!!? ha! I wish I have the time and strength to run 264 miles a month! You are an inspiration! Keep strong!

      about 2 hours ago Like

  2. RUN
    alright 19.39 mi 02:51 08:48 pace

    I'm mostly over the hangover from Friday's migraine. I wasn't up to running at the weekend, as the hangover was pretty bad. I'm also not sure how the migraine medication would i... read more

  3. The Sansa Clip Zip has been discontinued, and being arguably the best MP3 player on the market, prices are risking. I found some refurbished to stock up with, but it’s sad to see the replacement pl... read more

  4. RUN
    good 18.16 mi 02:38 08:41 pace

    New gear run: Garmin Epix, Hoka Clifton 2, & Hoka Odyssey. The Epix was #fail, only getting a GPS signal for just over half the run. Luckily I was wearing my Polar V800. The Clifton 2 and Odyss... read more

  5. My article on the science of hydration has far more detail than you're likely to need unless you're a researcher, but it explains why I believe running in the heat requires far more salt ... read more

  6. I've updated my advice on running in the heat, based on the available science and my experiences at Badwater and the Keys 100, as well as training in the North Carolina summer. I've tried... read more

    • Lion

      Wonder if having a mane causes overheating.

      6 days ago Like

  7. RUN
    alright 16.55 mi 02:23 08:38 pace

    The heat got to me today; towards the end of the run my HR was trending rapidly up as my pace was slowing. (I was wearing a V800, so I could see my HRV falling as well.) I should have slowed down m... read more

    • John R.

      I think today was the most miserable temps and humidity yet. What a struggle. Nice running.

      6 days ago Like

    • Jonathan S.
      Jonathan S.

      It doesn't take much of a change in heat/humidity to create a disproportionate impact on performance.

      6 days ago Like

  8. Shared Photo

    I've added a widget that will tell you the best price on shoes from various companies by gender/size/color. I think this is cool and I'm excited to have it working. ... read more

    • Benji L.
      Benji L.

      This is awesome! Also, on Ultrarunner Podcast, I've seen your page linked three times in the last couple of weeks. He said the GPS watch page was the third most clicked link of the week. Pretty cool!

      6 days ago Like

    • Jonathan S.
      Jonathan S.

      That's good to hear!

      5 days ago Like

  9. RUN
    alright 16.04 mi 02:21 08:47 pace

    I was feeling the heat this morning, so I took it slow and kept is shorter. The good news is my knee is feeling pretty good.

    Cumulative distance for Running: 69.60 mi/7 days, 126.70 mi/14 days, ... read more

  10. RUN
    alright 17 mi 02:34 09:04 pace

    Brutal humidity today, so I took it really slow and easy.

    Cumulative distance for Running: 71.60 mi/7 days, 131.20 mi/14 days, 256.80 mi/28 days, 4,166.40 mi/Year, 1,291.90 mi/YTD, 44,299.00 mi/... read more

    • Lion

      Your wife must be a big factor in recovering from these torture tests.

      9 days ago Like

  11. Shared Photo

    I expected great things from the shoe designed for Meb Keflezighi's (winner of the 2014 Boston Marathon), but…

  12. CoolSculpting is cold to reduce body fat, which sounds like nonsense, but the approach is well supported by the research. CoolSculpting triggers natural cell death in fat cells over a period of mon... read more

  13. RUN
    good 18.51 mi 02:44 08:50 pace

    It's crazy how accurate the Polar V800 is. I ran 18.5 miles, and the V800 displayed 18.41, which is remarkable. More impressive is when the track is reparsed by SportsTracks, it comes out as 1... read more

    • Lion

      The iWatch lit a fire under them. Now Apple needs to make a shoe.

      11 days ago Like

  14. Shared Photo

    The New Balance RC1600 is a nice shoe and highly recommended, though there the placement of outsole material is a tad bizarre

  15. RUN
    good 18.02 mi 02:40 08:51 pace

    Were you born on the sun? It's damn hot! It's so damn hot, I saw an Englishman put ice in his drink!

    Cumulative distance for Running: 58.70 mi/7 days, 116.00 mi/14 days, 247.30 mi/28 d... read more

  16. Anyone know what the deal is with the Hoka Clifton and Odyssey? A reliable source tells me that the Odyssey is a version of the Clifton for mass market stores while the Clifton will only be sold th... read more

  17. Shared Photo

    Updated GPS accuracy analysis with the iPhone 5S. (I found different apps had radically different accuracy.) I also added information on the GPS chips used in the different watches. ... read more

    • Damon B.
      Damon B.

      Interesting that some new (and pricey) models are less accurate than their predecessors. Battery life and form factor are great, but not at the expense of accuracy, please.

      12 days ago Like

    • Jonathan S.
      Jonathan S.


      12 days ago Like

  18. Shared Photo

    The Adidas Adios shows the potential of their new Boost foam, but the Adios fails to deliver. The heel is too high (11mm!), the toe box is grim, and it's far too heavy. ... read more

  19. RUN
    alright 18.06 mi 02:34 08:32 pace

    It's getting warm in Charlotte, and my pace is getting to be limited by the heat I can shed. The humidity makes sweating rather ineffective, and I'm carrying more weight than is ideal. It... read more

  20. Shared Photo

    I've added details of the GPS chipsets used in various watches, as I've had so many questions about which chipset is best. (I've also results for the iPhone 5S)