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?
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8 miles. Last week I skipped the sprints, so it happened today. I ran the first 5 with John Reback, he is healing from the Achilles issue. Good enough to run in front of me or zip me from behind on each one. There wasn't much of a wind, unlike the last few weeks. Maureen, Mary … Continue reading Chasing at sprints
7mi. I come to the bridge run a day removed from a long run or race to loosen up muscles that are used up from the weekend. Paul was there first, I did a mile of warmup in the parking lot - it didn't feel bad at a slow shuffling pace. My outer right foot … Continue reading The recovery begins
7.5 mi. It has been a very long time, years, since I did a Blue Heron bridge run completely alone. Maybe a windy, rainy day before a hurricane? Today wasn't looking as if I'd be alone, Megan said she was coming via text and then changed her mind shortly thereafter. John Reback came first, once … Continue reading Almost alone
7.5 miles I was second to arrive this morning, Paul's Jeep pulled in right before me. Teresa found us after the first lap of the parking lot - so I went with her to run the hill. She starts quick, knowing she wants to get to the pool for a segment of the master's swim … Continue reading Some race here?
8 mi. Having run Disney just two days ago, this was another example of feeling good and coming for the Tuesday bridge run. My legs were not 100%, but I didn't have the soreness and limited stride I used to experience with marathon recovery runs. I ran two laps with John and Lanae, John then … Continue reading Post race hills – yup!
5 mi. Possibly my best track workout in months! I arrived early enough to run a lap with Paul and talk Olympic tri girls before anyone else arrived. With a renewed interest in running as good as I can, I paced with Erica on all of the longer than 400m intervals, then speed up with … Continue reading Descend