Last winter, there were only a few days worthy of wearing knit gloves. This year, we have had days in the 30s. And here we are in the middle of March, and I'm showing up to track in a beanie, long leg tights and a pair of the Boston Marathon Towns gloves. I ran well, without a … Continue reading Last chill?
5 miles. 4 days post A1A Marathon, and no Seth, Zeke, or anyone to chase at track today. I am glad my legs feel good, but today is not a day I need to be a leader of the intervals. Mike Sheehan is there and he brings a friend. Mike ran next to me or … Continue reading Shouldn’t be me
5 miles. Today was really nice weather, high 60s, low humidity, and no breeze. We will be wishing for this in a month. I chased Zeke around on most of today's intervals. When someone runs slightly ahead of you and then can press away in the last 100m, it makes me think I am running … Continue reading Overeating
8 miles. I went to the bridge midday to roll through miles. More importantly, to roll through what I didn't execute properly in the effort to run well in Sunday's A1-A Marathon. April Flynn was there, she looked to run AND ride on the bridge. That's a training day! I was happy to do what … Continue reading Thinking it thru
To have a good race at A1-A, you HAVE to still feel good at this point, this is where it's important to begin the fight to get home on time.
7.5 miles. I came and found only a few cars in the lot, but everyone there had already started a warmup. I ran a lap in the parking lot, it was high 60's with a nice breeze from the east. Teresa, Kathy, Mark Cudak, and another gal started with me. I wasn't going to chat … Continue reading Tuning for the noodle
8 miles - After announcing at the Love Run in JD State Park, I wanted to do some sort of run for myself. A1A Marathon is next week, let's simulate what that will be like. It's expected to be 71 at the start next week and a high of 81. This is typical for our … Continue reading Stress test