102 miles (fewest miles in years, but then again, we had 3 weeks of smoky air in this area)
Other forms of XT:
Biking: 10 miles
Eliptical: 2 hours
Weights: 4 hours
Hike/walk: 32 miles.
Great fitness month, if you ask me.
"Champions are everywhere; all you need is to train them properly..." ~Arthur Lydiard
191.0 for September (shooting for the 'way to run exactly even mileage' award)
...raced 1 x half-marathon, 1 x 10K (PR), and logged my first race Did Not Start, but got a can of baked beans in the race swag bag.
Once we rode together in a metal firecracker
just a simple cat
baked beans! You guys get all the best swag!
Thanks Carolyn for doing this. Nice picture too!
September = 88.4 miles
YTD = 308.8
This is the highest mileage month for me and:
I ran my first race since 2006.
I also ran my first half marathon for a PR of 2:39:09
MM#209 / JapanJoyful#803
September 2012 - Tetsujin - 44.6 miles first time over 300 miles for a year since 2009.
. . . events - 44.6. . . training - 0.0YTD - 304.7 miles. . . events - 284.7 miles. . . training - 20.0============================== My September Running Log9/01 - Imperial Palace Marathon (Tokyo - last 2.2 miles*) - 0:30:10 (waraji)
. . . (* did the first 24 miles on 8/31/12)9/03 - Labor Day Half Marathon (Redmond, WA) - 2:30:54 (barefoot). . . with Dr. Feman and Duathlon Sylvia9/15 - Tunnel Light Marathon (North Bend, WA) - 6:05:14 (thongs)9/30 - Kirkland (WA) Super-Sprint Try-a-Tri (5K run) - 34:26 (barefoot)
Labor Day Half Mary
. . . ..
Only 84 miles, my goal of keeping it over 100 a month failed due to stressful family issues that kept coming up.
1850 feet of elevation gain in 1.3 miles duirng a hike (ave. 35% grade), that I guess is a steepness record for me.
"During a marathon, I run about two-thirds of the time. That's plenty." - Margaret Davis, 85 Ed Whitlock regarding his 2:54:48 marathon at age 73, "That was a good day. It was never a struggle."
I had 157.4 miles in September. Ran two marathons, one a PR and the other was my 2nd fastest. And I met Opie!
"Pain only hurts" -Scott Jurek
Most miles: DoppleBock, with 502 miles. 2nd place: Perchcreek, with 220.5 miles.
Fewest miles: Henrun, with 28.4 miles. 2nd place: Stumpy, with 37.6 miles. Injury and too much travel sure do get in the way of running.
Average: 134.7 miles. Awesome average award: Jlynne, with 141.2 miles. 2nd place: Mtnchk, with 118.7 miles.
Median: 110.8 miles. Magnificent median award: Pfriese, with 110.8 miles. 2nd place: Coastwalker, with 112.5 miles.
Prime number awards: MilkTruck with 191 miles, and Tselbs and Mariposai, both with 103 miles.
Special awards: Forgetful masters award to Mariposai, who posted twice (with a different total each time...)
Thanks to everyone for playing!
1st AG 5k
HM PR, 1st AG 5k
2- 2nd place finishes
1st trail HM
I hammered down the trail, passing rocks and trees like they were standing still.
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