Trey - are easy and slow the same thing? LOL
For me, they're all slow. Some are easy.
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√ Tahoe Rim Trail 100M 19/20 July 2014
Georgia Death Race 14 March 2015
Boston Marathon 20 April 2015
New Orleans Marathon - 2/24/2013 4:16:32
Kentucky Derby Festival Marathon - 4/27/2013 4:09:56 PR!
Honolulu Marathon - 12/8/2013
Didn't run yesterday cause I overslept. Really overslept. Didn't wake up till 7AM Mike had "accidentally" turned down the volume of my radio (with 100 watt speakers) down to zero. The radio is my alarm clock.
Today I didn't run cause I feel exhausted. I must have woken up like every 10 minutes with bad cramps in both (!) my feet. It was ridiculous. I had no idea what was going on. I jumped out of bed a couple of times per hour. Now I feel downright exhausted.
Dutchie I go running in the early morning, before my brain figures out what I'm up to.
Run the day, or the day runs you.
Actions determine state of mind - Aristotle
Okay, I amend my easy / slow proportionality from before; Heff was right. Did 7.3 slow miles this morning - several miles were not easy at all. I'm tight right now - trying to loosen up with stretching. It's getting better I think. I'm breaking out the foam roller and tennis ball after work.
Dutchie - hope you can rest up. I went through a "really tired" phase recently (couple weeks) but think it was mostly heat & humidity related. I've felt pretty darn good since running in the mornings. You're having a warmer summer than usual, yes? We just had a guy from work spend a week in Geel - he said it was pretty darn warm (and no air conditioning). Maybe the heat has you dragging a little. Are you over training?
San Francisco - 7/29/12
Warrior Dash Ohio II - 8/26/12
Chicago - 10/7/12
Today is a rest day... I think we all need a good one sometimes
yesterday I had a 3 hour workout dancing at a wonderful wedding. calves and feet are unhappy today (high heels!) but I should be fine tomorrow.
I've been running light this week in preparation for an early long run tomorrow (13 miles) before a trip to Halifax for an interview.
Today's computer time waster will be figuring out how to upload routes onto my Garmin so I dont get lost running in the city.
Wish me luck!
Lower Potomac River Marathon - March 8
14.5 today, I got a late start, didn't get out the door until 11:00 and paid for it. So humid. The last few hills were pretty tough but a good leg workout I guess. I barely beat a nasty thunderstorm at the end!
I'm starting to get burnt out on this hot, humid running. Ugh.
MTA: Heffa, I have been doing short runs (up to 3 miles) in the Vibram Five Fingers and they feel great. You might give those a try. I'm slowly shifting toward lightweight, minimalist shoes and forefoot running.
Twelve miler this morning. A little warm, but clouded up before the sun got too high. Went great through the first 9 miles and then the wheels fell off. Wasn't paying attention and took a couple of hills too fast. Never really got over that.
As always, any run you finish is a good run.
Great rest of the weekend all.
Anyway, last hardish work out until marathon. It's all easy miles for the next 2 weeks. Now where did I put that beer?