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Mar 6, 2017 12:21 AM # 
You ran 7:31 and I ran 10:17 and with the wind I felt I had done well and that I was tired but can't explain away 2:45 faster...okay I was hauling a 100lb knapsack but whose counting that?

Holy smoly Batgirl that is pretty fast. I'm not sure I can run a 7:31 mile right now or much faster I managed one.

I will have to refuse to have my spirit crushed and just use this as motivation. the end of 7 miler. Koski you need to run a quick race time off some of these great workouts....shoot for the senior Olympics or whereever Kathi ran that one time...
Mar 6, 2017 4:10 AM # 
Esko Siren:
Thanks... yeah, I've been feeling good. No injuries lately (KNOCK ON WOOD!!)
I have an issue with atrial fibrillation when I race so I need to deal with that. 220 heart rate for a mile or two doesn't help.
Mar 6, 2017 4:11 AM # 
Esko Siren:
But, at least you've been able to get in some miles!
Mar 7, 2017 12:17 AM # 
Yep I really am thankful for where I'm at and getting some 4 and 5 mile runs below 9 min pace...I am jealous and intimidated but motivated too...but I also want to at least maintain what I have...I have a good routine of walking twice a week and running less on Tuesday so I get to rest from about 7:30 Sunday until actually about 5 Thursday and then I 'hit it' Thursday - Sunday... The 100's are helping too....keep it up...maybe a better warmup before a race? That's like my stupid wobbly right leg that takes .25 to 2 miles to warmup sometimes...once I get going I end up running fast at the end...

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