Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by MonkeyFresh, Jun 25, 2008.
8 miles on the treadmill tonight.
I just signed up to run the Vancouver marathon in May. Going to start training Sunday with 8 miles. I haven't ran a mile since I last finished a race in 2010. This is going to be fun...
Congratulations and good luck! Train wisely and race smart to avoid a death march in the last few miles.
I have a half marathon tomorrow. I hope to be able to use my time to help me calculate appropriate training paces for my marathon in June.
I'll be there too...just for the 1/2 though. No ability and no patience to train for the full.
13.14 (according to garmin) in 1:40:05. I was shooting for a sub 1:40 but this unexpected 1/4 of a mile hill at mile 12 got me off pace. Not a pr, but still my second fastest half ever.
60 degrees, could have run 60 miles, but did just about 6.
Have you joined any running clinics or are you training on your own?
Just on my lonesome. I considered the Running Room clinics, but couldn't work around some conflicts. I can do the distance right now just through slow, painful brute force, but definitely need to work on a number of things before May.
6 miles tonight in 39:45.
63 miles for the week
5k this morning... After a lazy December I need to ramp up for the San Diego R&R Marathon in June!
Right on. I joined a running room clinic just because I know I won't train otherwise. The running room sunday morning runs are open to anyone who wants to join so you've still got that option if you want to train with a group once and a while. You'll be paired up with people who are also running the half.
6 miles this morning. I was forced to take a two-day rest because of a strenuous workout Thursday night that left me painfully sore, too sore to run. I felt better today, and ran well.
7 miles through the Sunset Park Waterfront today.
haven't been running much lately but made it out for 4.5 miles today. I've never really run longer than 5 miles...that seems to be my limit lately. Need to find a way to break through as I'd like to get up to a regular 6-8 mile run.
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