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post #7201 of 10559
4mi last night @ 7' pace.
post #7202 of 10559
6.2. Was doing 1-mile intervals and ended up smashing my PR for 10k by 14s per mile. Definitely feeling stronger as a result of the long runs.
post #7203 of 10559
nice sugarbutch - you are really improving!
7.2 + core for me last night
4.3 this AM with a workout on tap for this evening.
post #7204 of 10559
Haven't posted in a while but still running.

3.5 today
post #7205 of 10559
8 miles for me last night
post #7206 of 10559
7 yesterday, 5 today. work is really cramping my running style. About a month out from marathon...
post #7207 of 10559
Did some intervals this morning, 8x2mins with 2mins recovery in between. Plus warmup and cooldown.

In the evening, 50k on the bike. Feels good.
post #7208 of 10559
This morning I registered for the November U.S. Half-Marathon here in San Francisco. I was going to do the Rock N Roll in San Jose in October, but the logistics of showing up at the start line at 8 a.m., 60 miles from home seemed like more effort than it was worth. With the extra month to train, I have no excuse for not finishing under two hours.

When you run out of town or regionally, do you rent a hotel room near the start for the night before?
post #7209 of 10559
I am running the Brooksie Way Half Marathon in Rochester (Michigan) on Sept. 30. Lots of hills.
post #7210 of 10559
8.1 miles this afternoon with intervals.
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This morning I registered for the November U.S. Half-Marathon here in San Francisco. I was going to do the Rock N Roll in San Jose in October, but the logistics of showing up at the start line at 8 a.m., 60 miles from home seemed like more effort than it was worth. With the extra month to train, I have no excuse for not finishing under two hours.
When you run out of town or regionally, do you rent a hotel room near the start for the night before?

I've ran 3 out of town half's this year. Made sure I was there early the day before or even 2 days prior in one of them. I'll drive the course if possible just to get a feel for it the day before. I stay as close to the starting line as possible or have someone drop me off as close as I can get on race morning. That helps to make sure I get to sleep as late as possible, not worry about traffic or parking, and only have to run the race. Destination races are alot of fun and the bigger the event and particpants, the better. The Yuengling Marathon, Half, and 8K in Va Beach during April for St Pat's Day is an absolute blast and I'd have to believe that SF would be too. Should have quite a crowd, but could be quite hilly. Good luck.
post #7211 of 10559
I've run almost all of the course, and it's only moderately hilly. Just enough to be interesting

I ran Manhattan Beach's 10k for my 40th birthday, and my in-laws live a block away from the start. That was easy.
post #7212 of 10559
4 miles with the dawn. Took a route filled with hills. I forgot, and ran through the neighborhood where "Cujo", the mad dog, resides. I ran a little faster.
post #7213 of 10559
4.7 miles today at 4 a.m. It was much too early - now I'm at work feeling tired, and it's only 10 a.m.
post #7214 of 10559
Ran 12.5km this morning.
post #7215 of 10559
5 miles home from work. FuelBelt is helpful. ultralight life.
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