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Ran 5.2km this afternoon.
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My dog got off his leash today…must’ve ran half a mile chasing him down. It doesn’t sound like much, but considering I was sprinting the whole time…thought one of my lungs might have burst

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Tried for 12 on my long run today, but crapped out around 9 and couldn't go any more. Out of nowhere I hit a wall and felt like I had concrete in my shoes. It was a little disappointing, but I'll go for it again next Sunday.
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I ran 5.25 this evening. It's my last training run at home before my big race next weekend. We're flying to Hawaii Tuesday morning. The run portion of the race is on Sunday (double marathon). Should be fun!

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taper day today
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Sunday, 6 miles
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Good luck Fueco, sounds hard work!

3 mile recover at 8:30 pace for me
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First run in 2 weeks was the NYRR 4 miler in Central Park on Sunday. Ran it in 25:07. It's amazing how good it felt after taking a few weeks off. By body def needed the rest.
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4 easy miles after a workout.
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Got in 5 on Saturday, first run since my race, had to let my feet heal up. Felt good enough that I signed up for a Thanksgiving morning 10k this morning.
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anyone ever run a race without a watch/timer? Just signed up for a 10K next week and I can't find my nike sportsband anywhere. I'd rather not buy another one since I try to go at a natural pace during my regular runs and don't care much for tracking performance, but I'm wondering if it won't annoy me during the race when my competitive instincts take over (hopefully) and I try to beat last year's time

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Good luck Fueco, sounds hard work!

3 mile recover at 8:30 pace for me

 

 

 Nothing worth doing is ever easy, right? ; )

 

 I'm really looking forward to jumping in the warm water by the Kailua Pier tomorrow afternoon... My race starts on Friday and ends Sunday. Three days of sheer triathlon madness around big island.

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4.9 miles today. Feeling good.
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Tried for 12 on my long run today, but crapped out around 9 and couldn't go any more. Out of nowhere I hit a wall and felt like I had concrete in my shoes. It was a little disappointing, but I'll go for it again next Sunday.

Was it the distance or fueling? I usually carry a gel with me. Rarely need it, but on that odd occasion when blood sugar drops or energy level is shot, it comes in handy.
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4.9 miles today. Feeling good.
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Originally Posted by Beatlegeuse View Post

Tried for 12 on my long run today, but crapped out around 9 and couldn't go any more. Out of nowhere I hit a wall and felt like I had concrete in my shoes. It was a little disappointing, but I'll go for it again next Sunday.

Was it the distance or fueling? I usually carry a gel with me. Rarely need it, but on that odd occasion when blood sugar drops or energy level is shot, it comes in handy.

 

 I get that sometimes too. Generally, it's my body telling me to lay off on the over-training. There's something about trying to cram in crazy long weekends in three different sports that accelerates that. Carry a gel, but back off when your body just isn't feeling it: that's better than getting sick or injured!

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 Nothing worth doing is ever easy, right? ; )

 I'm really looking forward to jumping in the warm water by the Kailua Pier tomorrow afternoon... My race starts on Friday and ends Sunday. Three days of sheer triathlon madness around big island.

Absolutely, we'd still be living in caves if people only did things they knew they could!
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