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- Today's Numberz: A scramble to find my next 26.2
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- Signs you're addicted to running
- Today's Numberz: The dream of a Boston Marathon qualifying time of 3:10
Monthly Archives: February 2012
In the past couple of days, I came across the blog of an athletic husband and running wife called Lavender Parking. Amy had a great post today about Leap Year that I couldn’t help but borrow from (something I rarely … Continue reading
After Monday’s rest day, I decided to use today’s planned 3-miler to try out the hills program on my Precor 9.23 treadmill. The Great Western Half Marathon in St. Charles, IL on May 6 has quite a few hills and … Continue reading
Week 2 of my half marathon training came to a close on Sunday with a beautiful sunrise run. I decided to snap on my Spi-Belt and bring along my iPhone since I haven’t taken many pics this winter. It was … Continue reading
Week 2 of half marathon training in full swing… After reffing five hockey games over the weekend, I started Monday already a couple days behind on my 12-week half marathon training program…and that was just the first week. I’ve been … Continue reading
I wrote on Friday about how miles per week I walk while commuting–on top of the miles I log while training for half marathons and marathons. Today, it dawned on me that I’ve been deliberately avoiding the elevator at work … Continue reading
I’ve mentioned a couple of times that I started a new job on January 3. The marketing agency where I worked for 2.5 years was acquired in December, and I was fortunate to be part of the team that made … Continue reading