Kettlebell class done.
Three rounds of:Swings/Squats/Planks
Followed by three rounds of:
Shoulder presses/Mountain climbers
Following by three rounds of:
One-armed rows/Side planks
My legs were fine but my shoulders are TOAST!
I drink, therefore I run
Alright just picked up my race packet. I'm definitely hoping that this chest congestion goes away in the next 48 hours. If not, I'll be the guy that only showed up for the medal and a t-shirt.
Half PR: 1:34 (August, 2012)
Marathon PR: 3:45 (October, 2012)
Next race: St. Paddy's Day Half Tacoma (March 16th) DNF Illness
Next Marathon: Tacoma City Marathon (May 5th)
No run today as it was a SRD. Much to my dismay I saw flurries flying in the air, no accumulation, however winter will not surrender. I hope everyone had a small piece of pie today to celebrate Pi day (3.14).
Ron's PRs 5K 24:14 (12/07/2013); Half Marathon 1:53:33 (5/26/2013)
5.1 easy miles done, is it Sunday yet, I wanna race!!!! Expo starts tomorrow, woohoo!
2014 Goals | sub-19 5k done! | sub-40 10k | sub-1:25 HM | BQ done! | sub-3 M
Robert - That's so exciting!
Matt - I'm hope things clear up for you.
D2 - Good luck this weekend. But you don't need it.
I ran 4 @ 8:26 w/ 2 strides. Just 2 more days until my first race in almost 3 years.
4.6 recovery pace for me.
Wow, go nail that bad boy! Good luck to you and all the other racers this weekend, I will be joining the fray soon enough!
I am usually knocked the hell out by now but I am just getting in after being on the road all day. I wish there was a such thing as an unwinding coffee, because I sure as hell would drink it!
"Training is not always fun, but it should always be rewarding."
Kay - hope your weekend is better
Sparker and FLA - great days to you as well
Rick - nice streak of braving the weather
Bruce - good job on the double
Scotty - stalked by a vulture.. scary
Baboon - I'm sure that will be awesome when you can bike and run again
AmiK - aw, there's not much worse than a wet foot on a cold day. yuck.
Kristin - feel better
DaveP - sorry that you were subjected to Bunco. It is horrible.
Basya - nice workout
Marjorie - hope the rest helped
Mtn - holy cow, good luck.
Step - enjoy the safe TM
Oski - I'm tired just reading about that
OOTB - glad your plants are ready for spring
Ric-G - nice pace
Fuzzy - speaking of nice pace, awesome splits last night.
FreeSoul - good luck at the Run of Luck
B+ - good luck as well
DCDan - I like that you're posting on the dailies while on break from a conference.
April - nice job "running" the errand
D^2 - almost race day!
Robert - excellent. May your training for the HM go well.
Luke - throwing a snowball at you, shirtless guy.
Matt - hope you get better
Rondog - If it will not surrender, we will await its total annihilation.
10.4 miles with 20 minutes near HM pace, 6:55 overall. Just before going out, I spotted some visitors in the back yard and DW took a picture. The close one is missing the bottom of its right front leg but seemed to get around ok.
LRB - Thanks. Why don't you clean off a bottle (or box lol) of wine to unwind.
Shirfan - Nice run and what a treat to have those visitors in your backyard. Would your wife let you build a running track around the perimeter of the property?
Would your wife let you build a running track around the perimeter of the property?
Haha, she actually suggested it so that I don't get killed by a plow. I think the time spent clearing it of snow would be prohibitive, though.
Mattchiro, good luck this weekend!
I got back to the hotel early enough, but my feet are hurting today so 4th day without running. I'm quite enjoying it, actually.
Hope everybody had a great evening.
Damaris, Marathon Maniac, Ultra Runner
Next: San Francisco Marathon
"The most powerful weapon on earth is the human soul on fire."