How many miles did you run today?

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  1. Sir Humphrey Appleby

    Sir Humphrey Appleby Senior member

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    2, mostly off road with a steep climb and a few low branches. Did it in 20 minutes which was good considering I felt dead for most of it.
     


  2. sugarbutch

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    3.75. Felt crappy, but decently quick. May try to get back out later today and get another couple in.
     


  3. ribkin

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    5 miles in just under 39 minutes two days ago...
     


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    5.5km, wickedly hard for some reason.
     


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    5 miles, 8:54 pace.
     


  7. about11oclock

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    8.5. zipped through brooklyn, queens into Cp and cheered some teammates in this mornings race.
     


  8. ribkin

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    5 miles ~ 38:32 mins...

    Most of it felt like sex, from 15:00 onwards :)
     


  9. samblackbones

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    11 last night with 6 at a good clip, although I left the watch at home. Felt like at least 6:15 pace. Last three were on the treadmill because I am helping take care of a friends dog and had to watch it while I ran. Made me think that it would be nice to have a dog that could put in mileage.
    Will get out for a shorter run today before headed to a ski hill tomorrow for a training run at altitude. Looks to be a brutal track - 8 miles straight up from 6000 to 10000 feet then back down.
    *got out for just over 10 very easy.
     
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  10. omphalos

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    4.5 miles, 25:47

    Felt like I was on autopilot...
     


  11. PMac

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    6.3 miles with the 3 yo in the stroller this morning.
     


  12. Stylist30

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    That will be the run of my life...hahahaha...Awesome!!!
     


  13. samblackbones

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    Great run today - 14 miler up 4000 feet (from 6k to 10k elevation).
    Pace was slow, but the run was to the highest peak in the area, so it was cool to pass a bunch of geared up hikers on the way to the summit. Here is the UP:
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    and the down:
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    With the warm up and cool down I think it was closer to 15/15.5.
    Should be about 80 miles for the week.
     


  14. sugarbutch

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    What app are you using to capture these splits, etc?
     


  15. samblackbones

    samblackbones Senior member

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    Ah - the Garmin application mygarminconnect.com it hooks up to my GPS watch. HOWEVER, the best way to map routes without this, and what I use when my watch is dead is www.gmap-pedometer.com
    Does not have any advertisements and gives you elevation/rough calculations of calories burned. It is a hack of google maps, and it is pretty damn precise.
    Also though, if you want a GPS watch, REI was just having a sale on the forerunner 110 (the watch I use) for 135. Worth a look.
     


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