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My Marathon Training (Read 1386 times)

    Thanks for sharing all of that with us. I'm leagues behind and I found it very inspirational!

    First or last...it's the same finish line

    HF #4362

      I really enjoyed reading your post, Berner. Must feel pretty awesome to look back on everything you have accomplished. Good luck at St. George. I look forward to reading your report.


      Non ducor, duco.

        WOW! That was really too cool and very inspiring!


        Cattywumpus

          What is a whole blueberry pie without vanilla ice cream on top? Very inspiring Berner! Smile

           

          Runners run


          Was it all a dream?

            Nice work Berner. Way to do the longer midweek runs. Those are always tough.
            nkeliher


            Running nut

              That's crazy mileage. I was thrilled to get 40 miles in a single week during my(still ongoing) marathon training. May you clock a serious PB.
                bump! Can't wait to hear about the outcome....good luck from all of us in VL!


                Prince of Fatness

                  Yeah, good luck there Berner.

                  Semi-back-at-it. 


                  Queen of 3rd Place

                    Best wishes, Berner, you're an inspiration! Arla

                    Ex runner


                    Dave

                      Today's the day, Berner. Can't wait for the race report!!

                      I ran a mile and I liked it, liked it, liked it.

                      dgb2n@yahoo.com

                        I want to again thank everyone who posted their support in this thread. Your well-wishes and predictions of success were a great motivator. I'm pleased to report that my training did pay the dividends that I hoped, and I ran a 3:14:37 at St. George this morning. That time qualifies me for Boston (with a 6 minute, 22 second cushion) and represents a new PR by exactly 15 minutes (which, you'll note is what I predicted in my original post Smile). I've posted a race report over in the Racing Forum, but I didn't want to leave this thread without thanking everyone for their support.

                        How To Run a Marathon: Step 1 - start running. There is no Step 2.

                          I want to again thank everyone who posted their support in this thread. Your well-wishes and predictions of success were a great motivator. I'm pleased to report that my training did pay the dividends that I hoped, and I ran a 3:14:37 at St. George this morning. That time qualifies me for Boston (with a 6 minute, 22 second cushion) and represents a new PR by exactly 15 minutes (which, you'll note is what I predicted in my original post Smile). I've posted a race report over in the Racing Forum, but I didn't want to leave this thread without thanking everyone for their support.
                          Holy smokes--15 minute PR! Nicely done, Berner. *off to read report*
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