You don't ever have to go looking for Chuck Norris. He is right behind you, ready to strike. Go ahead and look. It'll be the last thing you ever see.
Totals! OMG! She has the totals up already and it's only Monday!!
Jim L - 6 miles running, 3.5 miles walking, 28.25 miles biking, 2 hours cardio-ing
OrangeMat - 32.85 miles running, 45 min biking, plus a little walking (What? No Yoga?? Slacker)
Evanflein - 35.9 miles running, 2 miles walking, 1.7 ellipticalling, and yard working
Opie - 48.2 miles running
fatozzig- 42.95 miles running
Leslie Living and Running Behind the Redwood Curtain -------------
2015 Wish List:
April 4 - Peterson Ridge Rumble (40m); June - A 50k somewhere; July 25 & 26 - Lake of Death 24 Hour; October 10 - Dick Collins Firetrails 50; January 2016 - Ordnance 100k (dream a little dream . . .)
"The farther you go outside, the farther you go inside." (Unknown) Ultrarunnerpodcast
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I've been so tired, Coach is sliding me into Weaver Basin 50k with a three-week taper. Sweet ~
Cardo - ing? thats funny!
Monday: two miles at a Run / Walk on Alter G at 80-90 % of my weight, Foot hurts today!
Tuesday: 13 miles on Mt Bike
Wednesday: 1 hr cardio, 3.5 miles on Alter G at 85% weight 10:19 pace
Thursday: Went to Dr. found out pin in ankle broke in 1/2,..... My wife says I pushed it to hard, I say they need bigger pins!
Ye ole foot is gonna have good days and bad days. The bad days are reminders to take it easy. You're doing more than your doctors ever expected, or as the ole saying goes, "You've come a long way, baby!!"
I hope to do much better with my plan this week. My plan is to focus on core and stamina for the next 4 months...r My next race is April of 2013...
"Champions are everywhere; all you need is to train them properly..." ~Arthur Lydiard
Way to go Jim! And yes, there will be good days and bad days, but overall you are doing great. Keep it up!
Thanks, Leslie, very nice of you to get the weekly totals up so soon! So... the recovery and non-focussed running continues....
Nancy, you and I are in the same situation with no upcoming race to train for. Just gotta rediscover running for the heck of it. I always feel I have to do a longer run on Wednesday and Saturday, and a longish run on Sunday... but, who cares what we do, right?
Monday: 5.6 miles at GA pace, .6 mile walk
Tuesday: rest day for work travel and meetings in Anchorage
Wednesday: 7.1 miles on hilly trails, .4 mile walk
Thursday: 5.3 miles in the dark (rare early morning run!), .35 mile walk
Friday: 6.1 miles run in Laguna Beach, 3 miles walking
Saturday: 8.2 hilly miles in Crystal Cove State Park, 2.3 miles walking
Sunday: 4.1 hilly miles in 87°F temps (!), .5 mile walking
Totals: 36.6 miles run, 7.2 miles walked
End of week post. (Totally missed posting last week).
M - rest day
T - 8 miles
W - rest day
Th - 8 miles
F - 4.5 miles
Sa - rest day
Su - 19.5 miles
Total - 40 miles
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