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post #12316 of 12846

restarting training after some time off, switched to a lower drop shoe (actually a couple of pairs in rotation) and i think i'll be a lot more comfortable as a result. 

 

signed up for a half marathon in the winter. should be fun.

post #12317 of 12846

3.1 miles (5k) today on lightly rolling concrete and pavement... Temps were in the low 80s. Yet again, another run faster than Monday's 10k. :brick:

 

This was also my first run in a pair of Hoka One One Clayton shoes. A friend mentioned them a while ago as having a wider toebox than most Hokas. These fit pretty much perfect... I bought them used (these were maybe worn for 2-3 miles) off of Ebay. I'm planning to run the marathon in them next weekend, as the race is all downhill, and the extra cushioning will be welcome.

 

Anyways, I have a marathon in 10 days!

post #12318 of 12846

3 miles tonight.  

post #12319 of 12846
8.4 miles w hill repeats.
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Originally Posted by Fueco View Post

This was also my first run in a pair of Hoka One One Clayton shoes. A friend mentioned them a while ago as having a wider toebox than most Hokas. These fit pretty much perfect... I bought them used (these were maybe worn for 2-3 miles) off of Ebay.
I like them for recovery runs. The Clayton I's fit different than the the II's. I did not like the II's.
post #12320 of 12846
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8.4 miles w hill repeats.
I like them for recovery runs. The Clayton I's fit different than the the II's. I did not like the II's.

 

 

I think you're referring to the Clifton. The Claytons are new and were released earlier this spring (March, I think). Mine are the Poppy Red/Acid colorway.

 

http://www.hokaoneone.com/mens-road/clayton/1012271.html?dwvar_1012271_color=CSWH#q=clayton&source=ggl_ppc&pkw=hoka+one+one+clayton&pmt=e&campaignid=206975960&adgroupid=29141573360&gclid=CLuNyf2bjM0CFZWMaQodXVoB5A&start=1&cgid=

post #12321 of 12846
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Originally Posted by Fueco View Post


I think you're referring to the Clifton. The Claytons are new and were released earlier this spring (March, I think). Mine are the Poppy Red/Acid colorway.

http://www.hokaoneone.com/mens-road/clayton/1012271.html?dwvar_1012271_color=CSWH#q=clayton&source=ggl_ppc&pkw=hoka+one+one+clayton&pmt=e&campaignid=206975960&adgroupid=29141573360&gclid=CLuNyf2bjM0CFZWMaQodXVoB5A&start=1&cgid=

You're right. It was the Cliftons. Good catch.
post #12322 of 12846

5 miles on single track today, out and back.  1059 feet of climbing on the 2.5 out; equal amount of descending, loose rocks and all, on the way back.  Steep enough that I managed to pass a couple of mountain bikers on the way up who never caught me until I turned around (to be fair, they weren't that good but, in my defense, I'm a crappy runner).  Took my phone with me, which I rarely do, because I didn't want to be stranded if I happened to step on the wrong kind of snake.  Fortunately I only saw a lizard and a black widow.  But it's a beautiful trail:

 

And sorry, but one more because it's so pretty when it's still green.  Both of these are the flat part.

post #12323 of 12846
3 miles on Wednesday afternoon, 3 miles yesterday morning. Wednesday featured long inclines for about 325 feet of climb which made me realize that almost all of my running lately has been pretty flat.
post #12324 of 12846
The usual 1870 m on soaking wet dirt, but rarely pure mud.
post #12325 of 12846

4 slow miles today pushing the toddler in stroller.  It makes me work on my breathing because I try to keep him interested by talking to him most of the time.  And it was getting a bit warm by the end of the run.

post #12326 of 12846
18.2 road miles today. 8:26 pace. Feeling recovered from race. Ramping up mileage for next one.
post #12327 of 12846

7 road miles after it rain.  80s and humid.  

post #12328 of 12846
6 miles of mixed terrain (roads, cement, trails) with about 500 feet of climbing in the first half. Temps were upper 60s to low 70s and 30% humidity. Good times! Average pace was 8:59 with the last two miles at 8:22 (my race next Sunday is all downhill).
post #12329 of 12846
Another 1870 m for the win.
post #12330 of 12846

9 trail miles with 1,800 ft of climb.  First time on the trails in a while and felt good.

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