>Look What I Can Do!>Post Your Small, or Big, Victory For The Day!
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Great job everybody!
I've got nothing small or big to report. Just slogging along and rebuilding base but this thread inspires me to keep on going!
4 minute 10k PR today! 1:00:18 and Garmin and chip exactly the same...how often does that happen?
But talk about going out too fast and falling apart...check out my splits...*snort* I need to learn how to slow the "F" down while racing.
Total Field place of 523 out of 1007. No gender or age group breakdown on the race results. Just the entire field. Weird.
The pain that hurts the worse is the imagined pain. One of the most difficult arts of racing is learning to ignore the imagined pain and just live with the present pain (which is always bearable.) - Jeff
Marathon Maniac #6740
Goals for 2015:
Run 3 marathons (modified: Run 2 marathons--Lost Dutchman 02/2015 and Whiskey Row 05/2015)
Run a 50-miler (Ran a 53.8 mile race 11/14/2015)
Run 1,500 miles (uhhh...how about 1,400?)
My run last night put me at 101 miles for the month. My first 100+ mile month ever.
Nice one azredbirds052!
My run this morning took me to 108.6m miles for Septmeber my highest monthly total ever too!
.... and my fourth consecutuve 100+ mile month. Most consistent I have ever been. Woo hoo!
2013 Goals1) Break 1:50 in a HM (PR 1:52:19)2) Break 4:00 in a Marathon (PR 4:20:39)
One day at a time
I ran 100 miles in September, the first time I've done that since last October. Now I just have to keep the miles going!
great job everyone!!,, whoo hoo
guess I'll have to throw my small victory into the hat as well. Today's run put me over 100+ 3mths in row & Sept. (123.6) highest in my 2nd career as a runner. I'll be 54 on Friday. RA & this thread definitely motivating me.
she runs like a girl
On Sunday, I ran a PB in Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Half Marathon by nearly 6 minutes!
And recently went over 1000 miles this year