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Thought That The SUNDAILIES Were In Your Imagination, Huh? (Read 180 times)


Ball of Fury

    Nice job Damaris!  Basya, good luck with the 17.  I am sitting here trying to psych myself up for my 20-miler...DH is running his right now.  I know it has to be done and I usually have no problem motivating myself, but I am not feelin' it today!  I am tired from working 70 hours this week and I just want to stay inside and hang with my kiddos!  So, forum peeps...everyone please tell me to get, put on my shoes, and kick this 20-mile runs ass!!  (Of course, I have to wait til DH gets home but you get the idea!).

    PRs:  5K 22:59, 10K 46:54,HM: 1:51:15

    runmomto3boys


      LR late - very late - this PM after Lego Land. I am hoping for 20, but this cold just won't let up. I am at 60 for the week, so 15+ will make me happy. Congrats on the huge PR, Damaris!
      lilac_jive


      Jess runs for bacon

        GOOD MORNING!!!

         

        Congrats Damaris! Can't wait to read the RR!

         

        I slept in today, ahhh. My ITB band is happy, so once I get off my butt I'll be doing 10 miles on the treadmill and watching LOTR since I couldn't yesterday. BTW, The Hobbit was AWESOME. I may have to see it again.

         

        I'll do the ITB Rehab that Ms. April so wonderfully posted for me yesterday (thanks April!). Probably should clean too. Maybe.

         

        AmiK, if I'm getting up, you're getting up. GET OUT THERE!!! Smile

         

        www.backuprunner.net

        Weezer88


          Smile AmiK, get out there - it feels great (in short sleeves and shorts); I see that the sun is just breaking out too.  Get out the door and R-U-N!

           

          I wonder if I passed your DH today (I was in gray shorts and a blue/green top).

          I AM WEEZER.

            17.0 miles done in 2:59:16. 10:33 pace. Here are the splits:

            Mile 1.0 - 11:38.70

            Mile 2.0 - 11:23.17

            Mile 3.0 - 11:08.83

            Mile 4.0 - 10:51.23

            Mile 5.0 - 10:44.80

            Mile 6.0 - 10:44.36

            Mile 7.0 - 10:39.33

            Mile 8.0 - 10:28.90

            Mile 9.0 - 10:20.96

            Mile 10.0 - 9:46.80

            Mile 11.0 - 10:01.81

            Mile 12.0 - 10:06.00

            Mile 13.0 - 10:21.34

            Mile 14.0 - 10:11.87

            Mile 15.0 - 10:36.55

            Mile 16.0 - 10:14.64

            Mile 17.0 - 9:55.85

            I'm off to eat a little snack and take a nice hot showerSmile


            @runjerseygirl

              17.0 miles done in 2:59:16. 10:33 pace. Here are the splits:

               

              Mile 1.0 - 11:38.70

               

              Mile 2.0 - 11:23.17

              Mile 3.0 - 11:08.83

              Mile 4.0 - 10:51.23

              Mile 5.0 - 10:44.80

              Mile 6.0 - 10:44.36

              Mile 7.0 - 10:39.33

              Mile 8.0 - 10:28.90

              Mile 9.0 - 10:20.96

              Mile 10.0 - 9:46.80

              Mile 11.0 - 10:01.81

              Mile 12.0 - 10:06.00

              Mile 13.0 - 10:21.34

              Mile 14.0 - 10:11.87

              Mile 15.0 - 10:36.55

              Mile 16.0 - 10:14.64

              Mile 17.0 - 9:55.85

              I'm off to eat a little snack and take a nice hot showerSmile

               

              Awesome!  Congrats on your new distance PR!

              Do you even run?


              Ball of Fury

                Ok, I am going...I am going!!  Nice job Basya and yes, Weezer, that was him!

                PRs:  5K 22:59, 10K 46:54,HM: 1:51:15


                Mmmmm...beer

                  Glad to hear it Damaris!

                   

                  AFM, I'll run at some point later today, distance undetermined, more than 8, less than 20. Smile

                  -Dave

                  My running blog

                  2015 Goals | sub-18 5k | sub-37 10k | sub-1:23 HM | sub-4 trail 50k

                  LRB


                  Dreamer

                    17.0 miles done in 2:59:16. 10:33 pace. Here are the splits...

                    Impressive!

                    Know thyself


                    Bad Ass

                      Awesome job on the 17, Basya!

                       

                      RR has been posted.  Just look for the scumbag lettering. Joking

                      Damaris, Marathon Maniac, Ultra Runner

                      Blog

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

                      Lori W


                      MM#5991

                        5 miles today. I honestly wanted 12 miles but wasn't really feeling in the mood so I just cut it short. I think that was a good thing in retrospect. My training doesn't resume again in earnest until May so I can always do 12 next week.

                        Lori

                        *it's Bertha or me. My money is on me.*

                          kitteh, have a great nine-miler. Kay, congratulations on the race and the five miles. So_Im_ a_Runner, have fun with the six plus hill sprints. Baboon, enjoy your 5-7. Damaris, congratulations on the PR! AmiK, I wanted to stay in bed; the first ten miles sucked, but, after that, I couldn't give up because I was past the halfway point. RM2B, I hope you feel well enough to run. lilac_jive, I'm happy you feel better an hope you have a rally good run. Dave, enjoy whatever you do.
                            Kay, Ami, Damaris, and Rick, thank you for the kind words. While it was a relatively easy runnphysically, psychologically, it was a different matter. I just wasn't into it. At all. I'm just glad it's done.


                            Shakedown Street

                              7 miles easy progressing to 1 mile all out. If I can get the leaves raked, or some of them, I would really like to go ride for an hour or so today.

                              Started-5/12, RWOL refugee,5k-24:23 (1/12/13),10K-55:37(9/15/12),HM-1:52:59(3/24/13)

                              LRB


                              Dreamer

                                Kay, Ami, Damaris, and Rick, thank you for the kind words. While it was a relatively easy runnphysically, psychologically, it was a different matter. I just wasn't into it. At all. I'm just glad it's done.

                                Those runs build character and strengthen resolve in running and life.  It may not seem like it today, but you are better for it.

                                Know thyself

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