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My son's playing in a soccer tournament this weekend, and the temp is supposed to be 23º. Does that count as child abuse?
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My son's playing in a soccer tournament this weekend, and the temp is supposed to be 23º. Does that count as child abuse?

When I was a kid, I lived for that kind of thing! One of my fondest childhood memories is my first cross country race in the snow. It was +15 in Reno that December morning in 1987!
post #9183 of 10726
3.5 trail miles this afternoon. Setting up for the crazy long runs!
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About 7 miles tonite, just over an hour, in the dark, on the trails, in 18 degrees w/ a bit of wind. Great time and good run. Took about a mile or so to warm up, but the Sugoi jacket worked well. There was a bit of snow on the trails to help light the trail along w/ the Remix. Running at night in the woods is awesome.
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6.4 miles on day #6 of my December run streak this morning.
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Some good runs in here.  Fueco's long runs amaze me currently but I assume I will be there soon.  Didn't run last night due to getting some free hockey tickets a couple rows from the glass.  Plus it was raining pretty hard and about 40* outside...I wasn't running even without the hockey tickets.

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Yes, keep up the good work and you'll get there!

15 miles for me this afternoon. It was cold* and blustery* out there, but I thoroughly enjoyed it!

*by California standards
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8.5 cold (by Los Angeles standards) rainy miles this morning. Longest run since taking most of November off to recover from some nagging injuries. Feels good.

 

Been lurking this thread for a while and thought it was high time I started to contribute (and finally thank y'all for the constant motivation to get off my ass and get out there).

post #9189 of 10726
8 miles. Felt good to run in the morning.
post #9190 of 10726
7.2 miles today. Holiday Rudolph run. 15 degrees with some wind to drop wind chill into single digits. Was able to beat last years time even with the weather and took 2nd overall. Although I'm sure the weather kept quite a few people from coming out.
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I just ran for four hours in the windy* cold* around the southern end of San Francisco Bay. 23 miles of goodness. I need to dress warmer for temps in the 40s!
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Looks like some good Saturday runs!  I was able to get in 10miles before I thought another lap would catch me on the trails in the dark.  Tomorrow I will get a longer run in as most of the projects around the house are done or almost done.

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I need to dress warmer for temps in the 40s!

40's isn't too bad when warmed up. Shorts, Capilene 2 long sleeve shirt, light gloves. Light beanie hat to wear or carry to regulate body temp.
At night, RR100 and walking, maybe add vest or light sweat pants for that loop. You wearing a backpack?
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Day 7 of the run streak and only had time for 2.1 miles (2 miles is my minimum to keep the streak alive).Tomorrow I'd like to get 8 or 9 miles in but it will probably be another very short run. I haven't had a run above 10 miles since my marathon in October. I need to step it back up!
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Originally Posted by wingin' it View Post

40's isn't too bad when warmed up. Shorts, Capilene 2 long sleeve shirt, light gloves. Light beanie hat to wear or carry to regulate body temp.
At night, RR100 and walking, maybe add vest or light sweat pants for that loop. You wearing a backpack?

Good advice. 40s is horrible here during the day, that's colder than it's been here for a couple of years.

I'm going to run in the upper 20s on Mondaymorning.
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