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My goals (to be updated soon because i havent' honestly thought them all through)
I may come up with more later but that should get me going.
Best of luck and Happy New Year to everyone.
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100+ miles each month( 5 months last year < 100)
No more than 12 M / U (16 in 2012)Injure keep me on the sidelines.
Strength training 3 times a week
Run until the trail runs out.
2014***1500 miles 09/28/14
Race Less Train More
Ana Trason "Living Her Life"
"The Marble in The Groove"
My 2013 goals are pretty much shown on my signature but I'll repeat them here.
#1 is my first Marathon coming up on May 5, 2013. For sure want to go sub 4 hours, currently training and shooting for somewhere around 3:50. It's a little bit of a hilly course and weather may end up being a factor so I'm thinking that if I'm trained to run 3:50 in ideal conditions that I will still be able to go sub 4 hours if things don't turn out perfect.
#2 is to run my age in a 10K. I'll turn 45 this year and think that a sub 45 10K is a possibility, but it's going to be a strech. That's a 7:15 pace which I almost pulled off on my PR 5K this fall (7:18 pace), just need to be able to keep that pace going for twice as long now!
#3 is to run 1,500 miles of course! I also want to run 100+ miles each month as well. I barely eeked out 100 in December after taking some time off of running during a ski vacation and getting sick over Christmas and with 100.3 miles, but that kept my streak of 100+ mile months going at 10 months straight. I'd like to keep that streak going for a long time.
Age: 46 Weight: 205 Height: 6'2" (Goal weight 195)
Current PR's: Mara 3:48:09; HM 1:43:26; 10K 43:59; 5K 21:27
Goals for 2013:
Run every day Monday through Saturday, every week.
Run the Pony Express Route. I'm somewhere in Kansas right now.
Run (race?) 5 half marathons and 4 10Ks.
Stay injury free.
Enjoy it, all of it.
Keep my Running Streak going.
Run my first marathon since 2000. Signed up for the Memorial Day Marahon since it is close but could be tough since I heard it is hilly.
Enjoy it, the most important goal.
"If you never have a 'bad' day, you're probably doing something wrong; if you never have a 'good' day, you're definitely doing something wrong."
just a simple cat
set new PRs in marathon, half marathon, 1 mile distances
up my mileage and keep it up consistently
Have lots of fun.
I guess as you get more bodacious, you begin to lose more brain cells, because there is a limit to how much magnificence your body can house
I just can't seem to come up with any goals for this year! Ilene's are good so maybe I'll just steal hers.