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Bad Ass

    Have fun, Van.  I have another headache.  I hate these weeks.

    Damaris, Marathon Maniac, Ultra Runner

    Next:  San Francisco Marathon

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    Venomized


    Drink up moho's!!

      Morning all!

       

      Well the inside shin is sore today so its back in an ace bandage which is making it feel better.

       

      Keep ricing it for now.


      Wandering Wally

        Happy Monday crew!  Coffee is going and I am in rest day mode.  Busy busy weekend.  Friday we helped a friend move.  Got a good upper body workout :-)  Saturday ran 20 miles and helped my wife around the house with some chores.  Sunday more chores and 6.2 miles in the evening.  Whew!

         

        Van - to get back to your question about the trails - I have a trail system close to my house that I run on most of the time.  It has various loops I can connect together to make various distances and vary the terrain based on what I want.  The outer loop is 10 miles and then there are some inner loops.  During the week I usually chain a couple of inner loops together for about 8 miles.  There's enough climbing in there to kick my arse if I push it hard.  I usually try to take it kind of easy though.  On weekends I will venture out to other trail systems nearby just because it's fun to be a running tourist.

         

        Damaris - I think you could run 100 miles all in one go :-)

        Run!  Just Run!

         

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        Bad Ass

          Morning!

           

          I think so too, Mike!

           

          Doug, hope the ankle feels better soon!

          Damaris, Marathon Maniac, Ultra Runner

          Next:  San Francisco Marathon

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          "The most powerful weapon on earth is the human soul on fire."

          Learningdaily


          Fibromyalgia Fighter

            G'night.

            Relentless forward progress

            MarjorieAnn3137


            Run to live; live to run

              Hi everyone.

              Recovery day 2

              my experiment of one my food makes a difference. Letting myself eat stuff I haven't had forever I could really tell how much my body hates some things or they make me tired. Today I'm on my normal foods and it makes me feel much better. Good thing I'm good at eating the same things over and over.

              Marjorie


              Bad Ass

                I feel the same way.  I forgot my reflux meds last night and it makes me realize how much I need to eat carefully and vegetarian and even when I do, I still need the medication.

                 

                Hi everyone.

                Recovery day 2

                my experiment of one my food makes a difference. Letting myself eat stuff I haven't had forever I could really tell how much my body hates some things or they make me tired. Today I'm on my normal foods and it makes me feel much better. Good thing I'm good at eating the same things over and over.

                Damaris, Marathon Maniac, Ultra Runner

                Next:  San Francisco Marathon

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                "The most powerful weapon on earth is the human soul on fire."

                  Funk.

                  Take Charge. Train Harder. Suck Less. No Excuses.

                  MarjorieAnn3137


                  Run to live; live to run

                    Morning

                    Marjorie


                    Bad Ass

                      Morning!

                      Damaris, Marathon Maniac, Ultra Runner

                      Next:  San Francisco Marathon

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                      "The most powerful weapon on earth is the human soul on fire."

                      Venomized


                      Drink up moho's!!

                        Morning all.  Well the shin just feels like shin splints so I am not all that worried and it will clear with time, exercises, and icing.  I still seem to be having some tendonitis discomfort as well just behind the ankle bone protrusion so that is gonna take a bit of time as well.

                         

                        BUT it is 100 times better today but overall still not up to running condition.

                        MarjorieAnn3137


                        Run to live; live to run

                          That is promising.

                           

                          No funk allowed Van

                           

                          Today is my Friday.

                          Marjorie


                          Bad Ass

                            That's promising, Doug.


                            Two days til vacation.  Tomorrow I have a huge day in court, bah.

                            Damaris, Marathon Maniac, Ultra Runner

                            Next:  San Francisco Marathon

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                            "The most powerful weapon on earth is the human soul on fire."

                            Learningdaily


                            Fibromyalgia Fighter

                              Morning.

                               

                              Glad you're feeling better, Doug.

                               

                              Getting ready to head north with the kids today to my adoptive folks.  We'll spend a couple days on the farm so Dad can con the boys into doing chores and make them think they're having fun.

                              Relentless forward progress


                              Wandering Wally

                                Hey crew!  Bought a "new" car last night:  A 1998 Subaru Outback.  It's 3 years newer than the Toyota I was driving so it's an upgrade :-)  The all wheel drive will be nice in the winter.

                                 

                                Van - Play that Funky Music

                                 

                                Doug - Glad you are improving.

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