Let's see what you got!
Do you even run?
1. STAY HEALTHY!!!
2. Keep on track with my half marathon training.
3. Start a Friday meltdown thread.
That's it for me.
1) Have a successfully surgery and begin the long road to recovery.
2) Watch a lot of movies.
3) Try not to get too fat.
1. Finish the toughest 4 weeks of marathon training healthy.
2. eh, who am I kidding? I only have one goal this month.
"A goal without a plan it is just a dream" - Dave Ramsey
PR's: HM: 1:44:18 (05/06/13)FM: 3:54:51 (3/16/13)
Rock n Roll USA (3/16) - Goal: < 4:00:00
Frederick HM (5/5) - Goal: To have fun and celebrate life.
Marine Corps Marathon (10/27) - Goal: ?
1. Run 159 miles for the month.
2. Make the speed part of my paltry speedwork faster.
3. Race a little half marathon; run it faster than the last half marathon and podium place in my age group.
4. Stay injury free.
5. Enjoy it, all of it.
Survive another month of Hansons.
Really only two goals for this month:
1. Stay healthy, no ITBS issues dammit!
2. Rock my 20k, if I can do that, should be smooth sailing for my goal at the half in March
Gonna run as much as I can and keep trimming down, but not setting any mileage or weight goals this month.
5k 19:26 4/27/13 - 10k 41:35 1/15/13 - 20k 1:24:55 2/23/13 - HM 1:28:10 3/17/13
Upcoming - ERR 10K 5/25 - OK5K 6/8 - MS 5K 7/30 - Strider Mile 8/17 - RnR HM 9/1
Catleesi; mother of cats
Run consistently with NO INJURIES. That's all I can ask for at this point.
I pick things up and put them down, and when I'm not broken I run.
- Get back into regular training this week
- work on speed and hills with a little more intensity
- stay within 60 and 70 miles per week
-Training is going well
- I run my intervals a bit faster now and I had a good tempo run last week. Hills? Meh... Been doing baby hills, nothing spectacular.
- 312 miles for the month = 78 mpw. Happy with that, especially since those weeks were part of my post-marathon recovery. I'd say my legs recovered pretty quickly.
PRs: Boston Marathon, 3:27, April 15th 2013
Cornwall Half-Marathon, 1:35, April 27th 2013
1- have fun
2- no injuries
3- 120 miles
4- drop 10 lbs
”Failing to prepare is preparing to fail.”
“Whether you think you can, or you think you can't--you're right.”
All I want is to run injury free. I only ran 3 miles in January.... two 1.5 mile runs that caused a lot of pain...so any improvement on that would make me so happy!
5K (6 total) PR: 28:16 (5/5/13) 10K (1 total) PR: 1:07:47 (12/16/12) [going DOWN on 5/19/13] 4M (2 total) PR:44:46 (4/7/13) [yet to "race" one of these all-out] HM TBD 10/12/13
Capitol Hill Classic 10K 5/19/13
Baltimore 10 Miler 6/15/13
NY Giants Run of Champions 5K 6/23/13
Goal Race of 2013:
Baltimore Half Marathon 10/12/13
Keep on keeping on. Monday is 10 weeks to Boston.
Thinking of running a half next Saturday for a little fitness check.
PRs: Marathon (2:55:08; '11) Half (1:21:14; '12) 10k (36:28; '11) 5k (17:48; '11)
Danger makes me hungry
Run 30,75 miles ala Higdon.
Moving forward one step at a time :-)
1. Stay uninjured
2. Related to #1, keep up with Myrtl + core once or twice a week
3. 124 miles (every mile listed on my training plan for February)
PRs: 5k: 27:22 (5/13) 10k: 56:06 (4/13) HM: 2:13 (4/12) M: TBD (9/13)
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