A 3-mile walk last night with my running partner and a GREAT, fast 5-mile run through the city this early a.m.

It may work out that we are able to get both 10-mile runs in this week at the Rock. If it does, Monday, Friday, and Saturday will be 5-mile runs, Tuesday and Thursday will be 10-mile runs with Wednesday being a rest day in between.

I love this new Sports Authority/Nike+ ad I just saw on the back of a Running Times magazine! It’s the picture of a runner’s calf and superimposed on it are these words:

“This calf is a hard drive, packed with gigs of running memory. It started out
as a puny chip and grew into a big bad CPU. Bulging with data. Lining up for
the first 5K. Breaking the 10-mile mark and not bonking. Training all summer
for a marathon only to get hurt before the race. But still finishing anyway.
All those runs. Stored right inside this ultimate processor.”

An entry from a blog I was reading today:

“If I had to select one marathon that I really like it would be the Marine Corps
Marathon,” he said. “The Marines are involved and there is a lot of support
around the course; you’re running on Constitutional Avenue, you’re running by
all the monuments and along the Potomac River. It’s a very nice run.”

~ Marv Bradley Runonearth.com


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