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post #9766 of 10485
6.5 miles yesterday. No dog bites. I was bitten by a neighbor's dog while riding my bike when I was 7 or 8.
post #9767 of 10485

3.6mi yesterday.  It was a perfect day to run through the park.

post #9768 of 10485
62.4 miles today. Ran the 100K on what amounts to the rockiest terrain I've ever run. Tough course but survived. Quite a few dropped down to the 2 loop 40 mile run due to the course and heat (78 degrees high).
I did better than I thought I would. Placed 6th overall and ran a 13:39.
post #9769 of 10485
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Originally Posted by wingin' it View Post

62.4 miles today. Ran the 100K on what amounts to the rockiest terrain I've ever run. Tough course but survived. Quite a few dropped down to the 2 loop 40 mile run due to the course and heat (78 degrees high).
I did better than I thought I would. Placed 6th overall and ran a 13:39.

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post #9770 of 10485
Great job wingin it!
post #9771 of 10485
3.5 blissfull 4/20 miles in the nyc springtime sun.
post #9772 of 10485
Six mile brick run survived (after a 50 mile zone 2 ride)! Mental note, consume more calories during the bike ride! I bonked hard at about 4.5 miles. I also saw my first rattlesnake of the year.
Edited by Fueco - 4/20/14 at 5:10pm
post #9773 of 10485
4.5 on treadmill. Opposite existential experience others described above
post #9774 of 10485
wingin' it: Congratulations!

fueco: What is a "brick" run?
post #9775 of 10485
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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

wingin' it: Congratulations!

fueco: What is a "brick" run?

It's the tri geek term for a training brick consisting of a bike ride followed immediately by a run (basically, you're trying to replicate the transition from bike to run during a race).
post #9776 of 10485
4.5 light miles today.

Working myself back into shape.

Does anyone have any experience with foam rollers? I don't know if I'm a closet masochist or if this thing is really doing the trick. I have felt more limber after using it than I have since the early 90s. wink.gif
post #9777 of 10485
a bunch of dudes in RHET swears by foam rolling and knobbling.
post #9778 of 10485
Foam rolling is awesome, and it will feel better the more you do it. I have one of those crazy Rumble Rollers, and the first time I used that after switching from a standard roller it killed, and sometimes it still does, but it's definitely a good hurt.
post #9779 of 10485
8 this afternoon.

I have a foam roller which I seldom use. But it seems to help when I do use it.
post #9780 of 10485
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Originally Posted by Beatlegeuse View Post

Foam rolling is awesome, and it will feel better the more you do it. I have one of those crazy Rumble Rollers, and the first time I used that after switching from a standard roller it killed, and sometimes it still does, but it's definitely a good hurt.

Oh that looks great! I have a standard foam roller, but could see the rumble one being kind of fun. My IT bands are like total hurt, hamstrings hurt in spots, and the front of my thighs (not sure what to call that) are sore but not necessarily as painful as rolling on the IT band. That's basically all I do, so far.
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