Good news and bad news. My goal for the end of 2007 was to be able to run a 14-mile run without getting injured. If I was successful, I would commit to training for my first marathon. The good news is that I completed the 14-miler on a fairly tough course on Saturday. The bad news is that I ended up with an average HR 3 beats over my MAF. I had a dilemma as I could not keep my HR under MAF after completing a hill climb, but I did not want to walk as I did not think that would count as meeting my 14-mile run goal.
Saturday: 14.1 miles , mostly on the Flying Pig course, 12:00 pace, 149 AHR
Sunday recovery run on the treadmill: 3 miles, 10:54 pace, 131 AHR.
Hi Lowgear and Docster,
I had an interesting series of pains that fortunately did not become serious when I switched shoes. I had a been running in Gel Landreths, but switched to Cumulus' about 9 months ago. The Cumulus' felt so good, even out of the box, but I had pains in various parts of my feet and ankles. I backed off on a few runs when it hurt consistently, but eventually the pains went away. I attributed this to the lack of structure to the Cumulus (even though there is not much in the Landreth, either). Anyway, hope everyone emerges unscathed.
Master of Inconsistency
Ain't Wastin' Time No More !
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My Christmas run...went out to a neighborhood park 1-mile loop that I had not run in a few months. I was a good minute+ faster than last time I ran there.
6.08 miles, AHR 137, 10:39 pace
Thanks to the Christmas gift from my wife (Garmin 305), I can now post a motionbased link!
haha - I think you posted the wrong link, unless you were on my run with me!
I can't wait to be able to upload MB runs to this site
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