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February 16, 2019

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Location:

Lake Havasu City,

Member Since:

Jun 26, 2013

Gender:

Male

Goal Type:

Boston Qualifier

Running Accomplishments:

Utah Valley Marathon

Phoenix Marathon

Pumpkinman Half Ironman

Revel Mount Charleston

Boston Marathon

 

 

Short-Term Running Goals:

I would really like to qualify for Boston

I DID QUALIFY FOR BOSTON!!!

Long-Term Running Goals:

Run, Run, Run, Run, and Run More. 

Personal:

Married to my awesome wife Kirstyn and together we have 4 kids.

Miles:This week: 29.00 Month: 79.00 Year: 213.85
Nike Pegasus 34 Blue Lifetime Miles: 114.50
Nike Pegasus 34 White Lifetime Miles: 110.10
Altra TIMP Trail Lifetime Miles: 48.55
Nike Pegasus 35 Black Lifetime Miles: 22.00
Running MilesSwimming YardsBike Miles
9.000.000.00

It was the coldest morning I have experienced in a while.  The temperature was about 30 degrees but the wind child was about 25.  I rained yesterday (again) so there were a few icy places, but nothing too bad.  I extened my downhill and uphill by a half mile each to add on another mile.  I am developing a plan in my mind that will allow me to get a lot of good downhill running mixed with slow uphill running.  I'm hoping this will prepare me for Mt. Charleston.  The legs felt really good this morning.  Even though it was cold, it still felt good to be out and feel the cold wind against my face!

Followed the run with a little core workout.

AP:  8:32

Nike Pegasus 34 Blue Miles: 9.00
Comments
From Rhett on Mon, Feb 11, 2019 at 18:56:50 from 66.185.237.66

It sounds like you have a good plan and you are putting it into action.

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