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January 21, 2019

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Lake Havasu City,

Member Since:

Jun 26, 2013



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


Long-Term Running Goals:

Run, Run, Run, Run, and Run More. 


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

Miles:This week: 0.00 Month: 81.60 Year: 81.60
Nike Pegasus 34 Blue Lifetime Miles: 84.50
Nike Pegasus 34 White Lifetime Miles: 89.10
Altra TIMP Trail Lifetime Miles: 33.30
Running MilesSwimming YardsBike Miles

I decided not run officially run the trails this morning but instead a ran on the dirt next to a road that was a lot like a trail.  It was 10 miles but it was a tough run.  I ran to the temple this morning which is almost exactly 4 miles from our house.  I thew on a little before and a little after to get the 10 miles.  To get to the temple I have to run down a hill/mountain that is a 6% grade and really tough.  My legs were really tired after the downhill run when I got to the temple.  I rested at the temple for a few minutes and just had a peaceful moment there, and then started up the hill.  It was a tough uphill battle in the heat (it was about 80 by this time) but I made it through.  It was only 10 miles, but it felt like 15 and took me a little over 1 1/2 hours to finish.  It was a great way to start the day!!!

From Rhett on Sat, Sep 08, 2018 at 14:51:51 from

Nice run this morning! And all week. Then you got rewarded with another dominant game by OU.

Looks like you are I good 1/2 marry shape. :)

From Rhett on Fri, Sep 14, 2018 at 09:39:24 from

No running this week?

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