>General Running>Going (Half) the Distance
Needs more cowbell!
• DON'T BREAK ANYTHING!!!
• get within 5#s of 130#s (and stay there, gotdammit!)
✓ 1st olympic distance duathlon - AG 2nd!!
• 1st Iceman Cometh mtn bike race - no MTB in '13
✓ Half Fanatic
✓ punch Type 1 in the junk
My sport's your sport's punishment
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They make it sound like 13.1 miles is just a quick jaunt around the corner
I will second MikeyMike, and even go to on to state that a half is way more than twice as easy as a full (for me, 16 miles is about twice as hard as 13.1). I'm not saying that a half is easy, but that a full is that hard.
I can wake up any morning and run a half, whether I've trained or not. It might hurt a little, but it's doable. Because of the hormonal issues that have to take place in my body for distances over about 15 or 18 miles (or whatever, depending on whether I'm running in my body or yours), waking up and running 20 miles takes me at least a few months of consistent training. Then I have to add another 6.2 miles onto that.
You crack me up. My body gives me the finger every morning when I get out of bed.
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