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How many miles did you run today?

Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by MonkeyFresh, Jun 25, 2008.

  1. Alexanderjohn

    Alexanderjohn Member

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    Hello,
    Not more running,
    I like cycling, and daily i travel 10 miles on my cycle.
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  2. JayJay

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    3.5 miles this morning.
     
  3. mylesmyles

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    Got in 4 miles over the Queensboro Bridge in 30:45 this morning - legs are still feeling heavy from this past weekend.
     
  4. Fueco

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    Not as much as some of my friends... My weeks range from 25-40 miles, depending on how much cycling I'm doing. I've been taking the last few weeks off from swimming. I'll get back in the pool after I get back from Utah next Wednesday. My shoulders needed a break.

    I tend to run 3-4 times per week, and ride 3 days. Swimming is normally 2-3 days (depending on whether I get an open water workout in on the weekends.

    I'll be building my long runs up into the mid 20s in April. I'm thinking my longest weeks will push close to 50 miles. The hard part is keeping the cycling training up: I'm doing a 400km brevet in mid-April.

     
  5. samblackbones

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    12.5 tonight with 5 mile tempo splits of 546 541 544 551 (stopped to wait for someone) 540. Another solid tempo in the bank. Training continues to go well. Now i just need to not fuck it up before Carlsbad/Boston.
     
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    Did about 26 KM this week with a mixture of road work avg. 7.5 KM and 6.5 KM on a treadmill on average when the weather is crap. I find I run much better on the road.
     
  8. JayJay

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    3 miles this morning.
     
  9. samblackbones

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    I also run better on the roads. Being in nevada for a few days made me grateful for a treadmill though.
    Today 10 miles in Hollywood. Do you guys get yelled at while running by people in cars? I feel like at least twice a week someone yells "faggot" at me. Thats always what they say.
     
  10. JayJay

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    ^^^I've never been yelled at while running that I've heard or recall, but I do get unflattering remarks when I'm cycling.
     
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  11. ribkin

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  12. JayJay

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    3 miles. Easy. I picked up the pace a bit given that my foot has been fine during recent runs. I'm happy to be running again.
     
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  13. samblackbones

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    http://connect.garmin.com/activity/161174001

    Today's 24 miler. I recall the time I did this before San Diego (my current PR) I did this at about 730 pace. Today felt pretty easy and I was closer to 706. I feel like I am in good 50k -50 mile shape right now. Sadly my goals are in the shorter distances
     
  14. JayJay

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    ^^^Sam, that's impressive.
     
  15. ribkin

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  16. Fueco

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    I ran 6.25 hilly miles in Washington, UT this morning. The dry air is a bit hard on my body which is used to sea level in the Bay Area. Nice place though... Out here visiting my parents.
     
  17. sugarbutch

    sugarbutch Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Managed to sneak in 2.8 around Sears Point this morning before racing started. Turn 2 is a killer.

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  18. quevola

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    4 easy to cap off 68 for the week.
     
  19. samblackbones

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    Nice Quevola. You are running San Diego right? Do you run for a club?
    I may do the half.
    6 am and 6 pm today for a 102 mile week.
    The mileage has been good, and I am not too beat up. I am going to start cutting back this week and race the carlsbad 5000 on sunday for my club. The thought of putting all of my fitness on the line in Boston is scary, but hopefully it will be worth it!
    Should be fun.
     
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  20. mylesmyles

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    Got in another solid GWB to Piermont run on The Long Path this Staurday - 34.98 miles in 5:41:45 and I had to walk most of the bridge on the way back due to bike traffic, you'd think it was the Tour de France out there. Next long run will be in the 45-50 mile range in 2 weeks. Ran a light recovery of 3.5 miles in 41:12 on Sunday. Legs are feeling surprisingly good this monring.
     

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