Friday, February 29, 2008
Wednesday, February 27, 2008
Out and back, last mile toughest, slowing or stopping for traffic at intersections in Framingham didn't help.
9-8 7:55, 8-7 7:20, 7-6 7:31, 6-5 7:27, 5-4 7:29, 4-3 7:48, 45:33
3-4 7:45, 4-5 7:55, 5-6 8:01, 6-7 7:48, 7-8 7:19, 8-9 7:58, 46:50
tailwind back, gel at 3M, lo fluids last 4M. Total avg. 7:41
“A lot of people that I talk to that don’t know much about running, they just think it’s easy, that I can do well, that I can run really fast, that I’m in great shape and I’ve got a good physique,”Arnstein said. Have you also heard these words?
Tuesday, February 26, 2008
Performed five situps last night.
Sherman's Bridge, 8.5M in 64:40, 7:37/mi, 149 AHR
Monday, February 25, 2008
The slow part seems to be coming along as most recent runs have been 8:00\mile or slower.
The solid part should come as the nasty winter weather is starting to subside.
Saturday: Rest; tried fooling myself to race a 5K! Ha, we got hit with 7" of snow on Friday.
Sunday: am, 5M-42:57, 139 AHR
Monday: am, 5M-42:02, 131 AHR
Friday, February 22, 2008
This time the snow wasn't as big of an issue. . .
Loring Arena to Mile 3 and back with a lead to Ebenezer's on start.
4M-3M 7:44 strong wind heading out to Ashland
3M-4M 7:31 good downhill
4M-5M 8:11 starting to feel slow
5M-6M 8:53 time to throw in the towel
That was Thursday, Wednesday was a second run on the treadmill for 5 miles. Today also 5 miles on the mill.
Great Concern. My wife has been prompting me to call the Doctor. I finally did but had to leave a message as it's after hours. That link is a Let's Run thread titled "Anyone ever had a "Sports Hernia" aka: "Sportsman's hernia", "Gilmore's groin", or ". This could be my issue, but I need to read more, there are 58 pages starting from 2004 to today!
Anyone have experience with this to share?
Wednesday, February 20, 2008
The new direction to take followed Route 27 to Route 20. Route meaning lots of traffic.
U.S. Women’s Olympic Marathon Trials in Boston and Cambridge on April 20 interview with RD Dave McGillivray. A good read especially if you plan on spectating.
5 miles in just over 40 minutes-sunny, light-fresh snow covering, windy around 21 degrees
Sunday, February 17, 2008
Protesting the cold as we just turned off the rotary heading downhill for the second of many stops; this one was a doozy, little guy tossing the second mitten over the side unbeknownst to this pusher a quarter mile back. Uuggh, we wheel around knowing plan A was out the door; mile one 8:35.
Book it down Main Street; stop at the port-o-john, run past the angry-roadrace-stopped-traffic drivers and back on the course. Just before mile four, where is she? Hey there goes a lady running with a camelback (edit: later found her 1/3 step-down plan is out at 6:30 then 6:00 and finish with 5:30s) . We MUST need to catch-up!
Stopping at mile 5 the coaches tell us, and the time, we are ahead of the game. Then, there she is, running fine, great we are in. On the left is a good view of the Patriot’s Stadium, never noticed that when racing here.
Splits 8:22, 7:42 for two, 6:57, 7:22, 8:02, 7:36, 6:53, 7:26.
I won't bore you with the rest of the story. Congratulations to all those that raced and finisher. Let's venture a guess this could put me back in the game.
Thursday, February 14, 2008
Wednesday, February 06, 2008
Monday, February 04, 2008
I kept in control on the treadmill by starting at 10:00\mile and progressing down every two minutes finishing at 7:00\mile.
Boston Marathon competitors may have less competition with the turmoil in Kenya, read this article for more.
5 Miles in 40:55