Oh sure, Zel, go ahead and be an overachiever and self-format your post! Making the rest of us look like an unformatted posting mess. lol
*Do It For Yourself, Do It Because They Said It Was Impossible, Do It Because They Said You Were Incapable*
5k - 24:40 (7:57 min/mile pace)
10k - 54:39 (8:48 min/mile pace)
15k -1:24:04 (9:01 min/mile pace)
13.1 - 1:56:38 (8:54 min/mile pace) Sub 2 hours!!!
YAYpril - B-Plus
I agree dang it, Zel must be more of a morning person than the rest of us.
PRs: 5K: 25:35 / 10K: 53:03 / 10mi: 1:26:15 / HM: 1:55:02
Upcoming: Beat the Blerch 10K 9/21, Portland Marathon (debut) 10/5
Run to live; live to run
It's terrible! I was never a morning person for my whole life. I must be losing touch with my youth.
Heck, I was more of a morning person when I was younger. It's funny how having a child forces you to realize how much you took sleeping for granted...... I miss 8 hours.
My child is not a morning person at all, so having her didn't make me have to get up early. But often I would be up late trying to get her to sleep.
What marathon you doing?
Client visit in NY today, so likely won't get home in time to do anything. We'll see. More rain on the way tomorrow, ugh.
Will run for scenery.
For 15 minutes last night I was THAT person. I was gonna post a "Can I train for a marathon in 4 weeks" thread. But the mere thought of the responses I'd get bitch slapped the silly right out of me, and I decided to do something eminently more sensible. I'm going to run a half. This will be my first "running" HM, as opposed to mountain trail runs which are a different animal. Tentative choice : Aspen Valley HM July 20. I had sooo much fun racing my 10 miler, I gotta have me some more of that.
Damaris, Marathon Maniac, Ultra Runner
Next: San Francisco Marathon
"The most powerful weapon on earth is the human soul on fire."
just a simple cat
I guess as you get more bodacious, you begin to lose more brain cells, because there is a limit to how much magnificence your body can house
Barking Mad To Run
"Do what you can, with what you have, where you are." Theodore Roosevelt