Still running, biking, swimming…
00:42 /09:56 pace
Tough, hilly run. Still within first 24 hours of having quit DP. http://bazaar.rungap.com/showit.html#Oc7FW7pRN3Dgu-tw2gWa7Q posted 12 days ago
- Week Miles
- 0 mi
- 2013 Miles
- 209 mi
- Total Miles
- 3643 mi
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Tag Archives: IT Band
This morning, I woke up, knowing that a run wasn’t going to happen easily. I’ve felt this feeling many times in my running career (which spans over 10 years and boasts of many accomplishments- I have a perfect record of … Continue reading
My first run to the Provo Airport (spoiler alert: this is sort of like every other run, but in a southern direction)
Today I ran a new route. Since we moved to Provo, I’ve been running mostly east, east, east. I’ve run north as well, but again, more northeast. I have also run West along the Provo River Trail (but also east … Continue reading
Found this product and wonder if it works…A way to help knees recover from IT Band issues.
We woke up this morning at about 7:15 AM and drove to the park. Lynn’s race started at 8:30 AM. I spent about 15 minutes trying to figure out what to do with Lynn’s iPod and phone. When my family … Continue reading
Did anyone catch that my post’s title would make a good Facebook status update? So tomorrow is the second race in the Winter Series races. It’s a 10K. In two weeks, the final race will be a 15K. I’m sort … Continue reading
So we’re dealing with a few issues, here. Yesterday I went for a 5 mile run. As soon as I started (within one minute), my left shin was aching. I thought I was going to turn around and go home, … Continue reading
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Actually, you can’t cheat the Marathon Training System. In my last post, I mentioned that I jumped nearly 5 miles in my long run, last week. This week, I applied the same strategy of stupidity and risk and added another … Continue reading