A Mile A Day

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A Dance with Monkeys

    ...that tomorrow, it begins again...

     

    (as long as my shin behaves.)


    Chicago RnR 1/2 Marathon

      That's great news!  Good luck!
      Ojo


        Good to hear!  Glad the legs are back!

        Sara

        MM #2929


        In it for the long run..

          Is it beginning with a 25 mile weekend?

          "It's not who wins the workout..."


          A Dance with Monkeys

            11.8 + 14...

            11.8 + 1.0 + 14...

             

            Big grin


            In it for the long run..

              Where does the extra mile come from? 

              "It's not who wins the workout..."


              A Dance with Monkeys

                After the 11.8, I ran a mile barefoot on the Blvd.  That barefoot running works my calves, oh my!


                In it for the long run..

                  Yeah.  I did a Vibram mile on the Ravenwood track after work yesterday and I could feel it this morning.

                  "It's not who wins the workout..."


                  A Dance with Monkeys

                    Major hurt in the calves...the good kind of hurt!

                     

                    Hey, where did you say that 5k was going to be in August?


                    In it for the long run..

                      McKay's Mill in Franklin.  The flyer I got in the mail shows an Active.com registration or www.5forFriendship.com   Corner of Liberty Pike and Oxford Glen (1 mile from my house).  7:30am   Sat. August 29

                      "It's not who wins the workout..."


                      A Dance with Monkeys

                        ...that tomorrow, it begins again...

                         

                        (as long as my shin behaves.)

                         

                        I was not ready yet.  Perhaps next week.

                          Trent, you might want to start back with shorter distances than 11 and 13 miles.  Just a thought.  Wink

                          Roads were made for journeys...