>Look What I Can Do!>100 Miles this month FINALLY
After 4 'less' that stellar months of running, I finally managed to run 100+ again.....
Now to keep it going for a few YEARS...........
Champions are made when no one is watching
Nicely done! Here's hoping it's the beginning of a long streak of great months!
"Don't feel like running today...suck it up and run ...you're an athlete." (John Stanton, founder & owner of The Running Room)
"The person who starts the race is not the same person who finishes the race."
Congrats! Keep gooooooooooing!!!
The Irreverent Reverand
Congratulations! It was my first 100-mile month in a long time, too!
Husband. Father of three. Lutheran pastor. National Guardsman. Runner. Political junkie. Baseball fan.
Goals for 2014:
Sub-3:30 marathon; run for a year free from major injuries or interruptions
PRs: 3:27 marathon; 1:41 half; 45:07 10K; 23:26 5K; 6:02 mile; <12 parsecs Kessel Run
Congrats guys! Keep the momentum going !!
5k = 19.48 10/1/13
10k = 45.28 4/16/13
Half Marathon = 1:38.53 Summer Sizzle 7/13/14
Operation Jack Marathon 12/26/12 4:39.11
Solo O Marathon 06/02/13 3:52:10
Operation Jack Marathon 12/26/13 3:40.34
fantastic work !! yes keep it going!!
...with four days left to go. I've done it before...not often...and always, on the 31st of the month. Heck,with four more days, I might hit 125 this month!
There is only one acceptable pace...all out suicide...
...and today is a good day to die!
"A strong butt is the key to a happy life."–Jordan Metzl, M.D.
Squidward Bike Rider
Congrats! Once you go triple-digits, you never want to go back.
day after day sameness
Hey...good news there, John. Good to see you're on the comeback trail !
Choosing my words carefully has never been my strength I've been known to be vague and often pointless
2 in a row now! good work John!
THKS Neil ==== I'm getting it going after a dismal winter.........Not running very fast, but at least I'm getting some mileage now.......
as you & I & most experienced runners on RA know, consistency & time on feet (duration/ mileage) are priority #1. Anything else is built on a strong aerobic base. speed comes later and/or at races. anyway keep logging those miles. I'm confident you will pull off a string of those 100 mpm"s
I know the feeling. After like, 6 straight 100+ mile months, I was injured and missed by a lot in February. I woraked my way back up to 100+ the last two months, but life derailed me this time. Coaching obligations, and plain old life obligations made it difficult to hit that magic number. I'll be at 90 by Friday, but I still feel like I cheated myself. Still, life happens and anytime I can hit triple digits, I'm stoked.
5K: 27:06 (11/10/12) | 5M: 44:03 (6/1/13) | 10K: 1:00:48 (7/4/12)
15K: 1:27:53 (3/17/13) | 10M: 1:30:25 (4/13/13) | HM: 1:59:55 (4/28/13)
Next race: Ashland 4th of July 10K
Way to go! Congrats!
With my run today I have also gone over 100 miles in a month for my FIRST TIME EVER!!!
See how they run...