Archive for June, 2006

6.30.06

4-mile run @ easy 10-minute mile pace. Finished strong @ marathon pace last 1/4 mile. 39:39

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6.29.06

Still 4 lbs. up. The norm for the past 3 months or so. Felt light. Maybe it’s mussel weight. Good, easy 5-mile run 53:52. Varied pace, 3/4 mile hill work. Too late, too little but it’s something…
 
BIG Tom takes his first flying lesson this a.m.

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6.28.06

Up by 7 lbs. Good easy run. 6.2 miles in 66:07 — I said EASY. Actually, I walked 1 mile. Did 1 mile of hill work. I think I’m really going to be hurting come Tuesday and the Peachtree. I haven’t done any hill work in 3 – 6 months :~[ Heartbreak Hill is going to be interesting! I will taper from here to Saturday and take Sunday and probably Monday off — we’ll see about Monday. May do a light run.

6.27.06

Better run. 4-miles. 3 @ a 10-minute mile pace, 1 @ marathon pace. Marathon pace is becoming a more comfortable pace. Still up by 10 lbs. from ideal race weight.

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6.26.06

Slow sluggish run. Only 3-miles. Only 1/2 mile at marathon pace. 12 lbs. up from vacation — like carrying a gallon and 1/2 of milk :~[ Will eat light this week to drop back down to race weight by the 4th. RP60 AP121.

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06.24.06

No run this a.m. Last day of vacation. Slept in. Being a real bum :~O Only 14 miles for the week. 9 miles short of my base. Easy week, rest/recovery week. Appropriate for vacation.

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Tan Lines…

Well, I wondered if this could happen. I’m like the first person I’ve seen with a tan line from their blue tooth device. :~O


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