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Marathon Training: Week 4, Day 7

Today was a 30 minute walk day.  Considering I walked all around Disney yesterday and a little bit this evening, I’m covered.  Advertisements

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Marathon Training: Week 4, Day 6

Miles: 4 Average Pace: 10:39m/m Feeling: energized  Comments: I’m writing this a couple days late, but I can tell I’m getting my running legs back. 

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Marathon Training: week 4, Day 5

Miles: 1.5 Average Pace: 10:39 m/m Feeling: strong Comments: easy 1.5 this morning. I even picked up the pace throughout. I love increasing speed every couple songs. When I first started longer runs, I would increase my speed every three-five … Continue reading

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Marathon Training: Week 4, Day 4

I decided to use today as a rest day and run my 1.5 miles tomorrow morning.  I’m still early enough in the training that I don’t necessarily need to rest before my weekend “long” run.  Saturday’s run is only about … Continue reading

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Marathon Training: Week 4, Day 3

Miles: 3 Average Pave: 12:00m/m Feeling: sluggish until mile 2.5 (apparently that’s when the banana kicked in…) Comments: Nope, running never gets any more enjoyable for me! But I’m up an at ’em.  It was an easy pace, but not … Continue reading

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Marathon Training: Week 4, Day 2

Miles: 2 Average Pace: about 11:15m/m-ish (I forgot to look at the total time and since I ran multiple speeds I don’t know the exact pace) Feeling: like a jog in the park Comments:  I’m trying this thing called “eating” … Continue reading

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Marathon Training: Week 4, Day 1

We’re on week four already?!  How is that possible?  Today is a REST DAY, but tomorrow the mileage begins to increase, albeit slowly. This time last year I was out for a quick run along part of the Boston Marathon … Continue reading

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