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Runs & Workouts week ending 8/11/13 (Read 8 times)

NH Runner


Rich

    Thursday... I had a better run today, 2 miles on the railtrail to start, then detoured onto the highway for another 4.   I ran in minimalist shoes today and the thin soles didn't protect my feet from the stones on the railtrail.  I'd have been ok, except Tuesday's barefoot run left my feet a little "tender".

     

    I think damage from the sun is why most people avoid running shirtless these days.   In my wife's case, she's probably just jealous because I can and she can't... Wink

     

    Nice run Chantilly...

    saratg


      There is an old (70s), quite overweight guy who runs shirtless near where I park at work.  He huffs & puffs, often with a tiny dog tagging along.  My impulse is always to yell out my window "You go, Buddy!!!".  I haven't done it yet, since I'm not sure he'd appreciate it.  On the other hand, I think swim shops that sell Speedo bikinis to men over 65 should be fined.  I don't care how atheletic they are.

      Art in AZ


        7 miles this morning. A little drier and cooler this morning. Humidity goes down, afternoon temps go up.

        Art in AZ

        Mesa, AZ

        Here's to 2015

        01/10/2015  Run, Walk & Roll 10K  50:01

        02/15/2015  IMS Half Marathon  1:49:24

        04/18/2015  Cottonwood Half


        ultrajogger n00b

          6+ this morning ... cloudy, sprinkling off & on, warmish & somewhat humid.

           

          This old guy keeps his shirt on.

           

          Rich ... a tip of my hat to you for the barefoot running.  I've kinda moved in the opposite direction as I am now running in Hokas.  Altho the heel drop is only 5mm, almost like my old Pure Flows.

          NH Runner


          Rich

            Friday... 5 miles today on the railtrail.  We had a steady rain for most of the today, but radar looked like I had a window of opportunity at around 2 this afternoon.  Turned out it was almost right too, when I left the house the rain had stopped, but a mile into the run it was raining cats and dogs.  (Anyone know where that expression came from?)  By mile 3 the rain had stopped, but by then I looked like a drowned rat.   Thankfully, everyone else had stayed home today, so no-one saw me in my sorry state...Joking

             

            adkkev... I'm not sure what I'm amounting to running barefoot.  So far, it makes my feet sore, but not much else...lol

             

            And I'm with sara, I don't care what you look like, if you're out there working out, I'm in your corner.  As I know we all are...

            Chantilly75


            marathonmaniac

              7 miles.

               "I got nothing to do and all day to do it"  Styx

               

               

               

                6.5 yesterday in ~53:30 felt good.

                6.5 today ~56:40 felt blah.

                 

                Well, maybe I shouldn't care about wearing a shirt, but I have body issues.  I'm in good shape for my age, but after a certain age people don't need to see it and I've hit "that" age.  Call it vanity, call it modesty, call it weird - it's part of who I am.


                Ray

                 

                Chantilly75


                marathonmaniac

                  7 miles.

                   "I got nothing to do and all day to do it"  Styx

                   

                   

                   

                  Art in AZ


                    8.4 miles this morning in 1:21. Felt nice out with the low humidity. Now it's time for some yard work and then I can work on the car.

                    Art in AZ

                    Mesa, AZ

                    Here's to 2015

                    01/10/2015  Run, Walk & Roll 10K  50:01

                    02/15/2015  IMS Half Marathon  1:49:24

                    04/18/2015  Cottonwood Half

                    NH Runner


                    Rich

                      Saturday... 4 miles on the railtrail.  Lots of ATV'ers out today and most of 'em only know one speed, wide open!   Weekends are best if you run early, you avoid the speedsters.

                       

                      Sunday... been waiting for this run to happen for a while now, my form change and everything that went with getting used to it seems to finally be behind me.  8 miles with a decent hill in mile 5, I eased up the last mile.  Haven't seen these splits in a while...8:56, 8:37, 8:32, 8:36, 10:17, 8:27, 8:21 and 9:25.   Very happy with this run!


                      ultrajogger n00b

                        Saturday - rest day

                        Sunday - 5.5 miles on the rail/nature trail.

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