Moi? At least five.
Lynne's Kids 5K 11/22/12 - 25:22
Jerusalem Marathon 03/01/13 - 4:53:34
Cambridge CityRun 5-Miler 04/07/13 - 42:21 (8:36.9 improvement over last year)
Boston's Run to Remember Half-Marathon 05/26/13 - 2:10:48
Newton 10K 06/02/13 - 57:01.9 (9:12.1 improvement over last year)
B.A.A. 10K 06/23/13 - 1:03:24
Lynch/Van Otterloo YMCA Firecracker 4 07/04/13 - 45:24
Weston 5-Miler 07/18/13 - 52:16.6
Mass Ave Mile 07/21/13 - 8:07
B.A.A. Half-Marathon 10/13/13 - 2:13:54
Bill's Pizzeria 5K 10/27/13 - 27:53
Fattman Chilly Cup Half-Marathon 11/10/13 - 2:28:39
Jerusalem Marathon 03/21/14
6. It's one of my goals for the year; to run every Monday through Saturday.
Double Digit Runner
Usually 7 as of late. I take a rest every few weeks.
I do doubles on most days but not every day and I typically run 6 days per week so about 9-10 runs per week.
Short term goal: 17:59 5K
Mid term goal: 2:54:59 marathon
Long term goal: To say I've been a runner half my life. (I started running at age 45).
YAYpril - B-Plus
6-7 days per week. I take a rest day when I need to, but usually I prefer an easy 2-3 miler instead of doing nothing.
Ball of Fury
6 when healthy!
PRs: 5K 22:59, 10K 46:54,HM: 1:51:15
Right around 6.
6-7, depending on the week.
Damaris, Marathon Maniac, Ultra Runner
Next: Craziness Achieved
Damaris Runs with Asthma
I run every day of the week ... with one or two doubles thrown in so that means 8-9 runs per week.
2013 Goals: Train smart ... race smarter. Δ57s
2014 Goals: Work to improve speed and stamina to 3:15 and beyond.
6-7 days per week before the injury and once I get back up to speed. I've yet to do a double.
When healthy, at least 5.
But The Smile That I Sent Out Returned With You.
Most of you are maniacs, obviously.
I run 6-7 times a week during training, but I certainly do not like having to do it. I have doubles on the schedule once or twice a week, but when it happens, I just run a longer run in the evening, I don't like going out twice.
When not in training, I run 5 times a week and that's more than enough for me.
PRs: Boston Marathon, 3:27, April 15th 2013
Cornwall Half-Marathon, 1:35, April 27th 2013
Last week was my first 4 run week post-injury. I'll probably stay there for a bit before moving up.
I'd like to be at 4 run/2 bike/1-2 lifting sessions a week, with some doubles so I can take a full day off. The body may have other ideas about that though lol
Four maximum... I value intact bones.
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