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post #9376 of 12863
22 for me today. It was going to be longer, but I cut it short because I don't need to rip open a blister (one formed on the side of the second toe on my right foot) this close to my race. 21 days to go!
post #9377 of 12863
First run since last Saturday and ran the same route (with less dilly dallying). 13 miles. I need to be better about running more and drinking less when I travel for work :/
post #9378 of 12863
Really good 8 miles this morning. Weather is perfect out, sunny but not too hot and not too cold. Broke in a new pair of sneakers. I had been using the Brooks Glycerin 10 for about 16 months, which is probably about 6 months too long. Picked up the Glycerin 11 yesterday and used them for the first time today. They felt pretty identical to the 10's, so I'm sure I'll be using these until I wear them out.
post #9379 of 12863
First time 5 km running with "only" smile.gif two walks in between (2 and 3 minutes). (Total: 37 minutes.)

Km6AvQ4.jpg

The shoes (and me) have done about 100 miles now.
post #9380 of 12863
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Originally Posted by Beatlegeuse View Post

Really good 8 miles this morning. Weather is perfect out, sunny but not too hot and not too cold. Broke in a new pair of sneakers. I had been using the Brooks Glycerin 10 for about 16 months, which is probably about 6 months too long. Picked up the Glycerin 11 yesterday and used them for the first time today. They felt pretty identical to the 10's, so I'm sure I'll be using these until I wear them out.

How many miles did you put on your last pair? What's your normal replacement interval?
post #9381 of 12863
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Originally Posted by borderline View Post

How many miles did you put on your last pair? What's your normal replacement interval?

I probably put at least 500 miles into the last pair, maybe a little more. They were my first real pair of running shoes, so I didn't really have any specific interval for how often I replace them. I will say the soles held up incredibly well, they looked like they had barely any wear on them. But the insoles and the toebox really looked ragged and once I started getting blisters I knew they were done.
post #9382 of 12863
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Originally Posted by NOBD View Post

First time 5 km running with "only" smile.gif two walks in between (2 and 3 minutes). (Total: 37 minutes.)

Km6AvQ4.jpg

The shoes (and me) have done about 100 miles now.

 

Those are just getting broken in!

post #9383 of 12863
Yes, just like my me. smile.gif
post #9384 of 12863
Monday morning, 5 miles. Temperatures in the upper 30s. A week ago, I spent the entire day shoveling snow. We received 17 inches. For a few days, last week, temperatures were way below zero and too dangerous (for me) to go out and run. I can deal with the 30s!
post #9385 of 12863
5.7 miles yesterday afternoon in the low 40s and 6.3 miles this morning in the mid 30s. I cannot recall the last time I ran when it wasn't below freezing. There was a lot of black ice to deal with this morning though so I had to slow down considerably through quite a bit of the run. I was still happy to be out there and not have to wear a scarf, and three layers of shirts and pants.
post #9386 of 12863

I ran about 10 miles yesterday and 9 this morning.  We also have very icy streets and sidewalks so it was a bit treacherous.  The ice is by far my #1 running enemy!   

post #9387 of 12863
Bummer! cloud.gif

Feels like I have an MCL issue. It's probably only peripherally related to the running. I was upping the miles last month, but then I was doing field work (geology) last weds. and twisted my knee as I was descending a scree slope. Then on Friday I played golf and felt the twinge then. It didn't improve much over the weekend. I should have been icing it but only this morning did it occur to me that the MCL was the likely problem. So, a few weeks off I think. Anyone have experience with this type of injury? I can walk reasonably, well, but it's definitely sore.
post #9388 of 12863

7 miles today in (I almost feel bad saying this) 82 degree temps :embar:

post #9389 of 12863
5.7 miles today. What a roller coaster of temps here. Last week was single digits, then 40's and 50's over weekend, back into teens and low 30's over next few days. Either way, every day is a bit closer to spring and we gain a minute or two of daylight. Waiting for March to turn clocks ahead. Not a fan of running in the dark and cold.
post #9390 of 12863

6.4 miles for me after dark tonight. Brilliant running under the bight moonlight.

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