I have been somewhat hesitant to write about my goals. My guess is that if I put it out there on the internet and then fail to make these goals, maybe I'll feel embarrassed?? That doesn't feel quite right though because I don't feel that I can say that I've failed just by not meeting … Continue reading Last week’s training and Columbus Marathon Goals
I really enjoy reading the training logs of others. It's a bit like eavesdropping on someone's personal conversation and I like being able to compare and contrast other's training against my own. I also feel like it can enhance my own training and gives me ideas for new workouts that I can use later. Right … Continue reading Training log, week of September 19-25
When it comes to training for races, I have taken a very low key approach in the last year. In the first 5 or so years of my running life, I always utilized training plans that specified the number of miles to run on each day and at what pace. Paces were broken down into … Continue reading Marathon Training, Week?????
So after last weeks successful 17 miles on the road (my first road run in months), I felt confident approaching this weeks 18 miler. I found out that I would have Thursday off of work (not enough patients=time off) so I decided to run long rather then waiting until Saturday in which I was going … Continue reading Ramblings from a Crappy Long Run
I've read a ton of blogs about running without a watch, just going by feel and letting whatever happens, happen. I have never been the type to get bogged down by my data or technology but I enjoy having some quick info to get an idea of general pace and distance. I've always had my … Continue reading Running by feel