Archive for February, 2006

Great Run. Felt good. 3.5 miles. No pain.– 

Great Run. Felt good. 3.5 miles. No pain.

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Puny run. 3 miles, 1 at 8.3, 1 at 10, and 1 at 12….

Puny run. 3 miles, 1 at 8.3, 1 at 10, and 1 at 12. Felt pretty wimpy this morning. That’s about all I could muster. Had some kind of virus thing over the weekend with aches and chills, upset stomach, etc. Tomorrow will be better.

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GREAT 6+ mile run. Felt good. So much nicer to run…

GREAT 6+ mile run. Felt good. So much nicer to run on Saturdays when there are no time restrictions…

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4.5 mile run. Still sore in the left hip area and …

4.5 mile run. Still sore in the left hip area and right groin area. I ate this a.m. prior to my run. I think that helped to give me a bit more energy.

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4 mile run at an 8.3 minute mile. A little stiff a…

4 mile run at an 8.3 minute mile. A little stiff and sore.

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5 miles at an 8.3 minute mile. I have come to beli…

5 miles at an 8.3 minute mile. I have come to believe that stretching is to running what reading your Bible and prayer is to being a Christian. VERY IMPORTANT! I can not a marked improvement in endurance and performance when I stretch properly prior too and following a run. However, I have to continually drill this into my head because I forget easily as I do with my prayer life and reading my Bible. It makes a HUGE difference in life…

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Good 4 mile run at an 8.3 minute mile.– …

Good 4 mile run at an 8.3 minute mile.

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