Sunday, June 2, 2013

Weeks #20 - #25: 5/13/13 - 6/23/13

Post your miles from weeks 20 through 25 here!

Also, summer is right around the corner.  Would anyone be up for starting Tuesday night track days at Chantilly (7:30pm) and Saturday morning longer run days at the W&OD trail (8:00am) back up on a more consistent basis?

38 comments:

  1. Week 20: 6 miles for YTD: 684. 2 fairly rough miles at 7 days post-op and 4 miles today (10 post-op) in 30:15. Very little pain and felt good to get a mile in under 7 toward the end.

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  2. Week 20: 20.1 miles, 206.35 YTD

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  3. week 20 = 21
    YTD = 587.81

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  4. Week 21: 26 miles. YTD 710.

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  5. Week 21 = 25
    YTD = 612.81

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  6. Week 20: 7 miles
    Week 21: 14 miles
    (included Alexandria Running Festival Half Marathon in 2:35:04!)
    YTD: 162

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  7. Week 22 36.5. YTD: 746.5. Time for a few days off.

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  8. Congrats April on your half marathon! I think I'm running one in November, the Richmond half. Hannah is doing the full, but I don't have the desire to do another full yet.

    Week 21 - 32.25
    Week 22 - 27.5
    YTD = 246

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  9. What about getting the group together again for another Shamrock Fest in March?

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  10. Hi everyone. Been awhile since I posted...I guess from before Boston. Ran decently at Boston until the last 5. Went from 6:25s to 8 min avg over the last 6-7 k with a lot of hobbling cramps. But none of that really mattered after the events. I'll definitely be back next year for sure. Got a hotel hopkington so will have a smarter start next year. Took 2 weeks completely off after Boston, and then tried to get back into things. Had been fighting a weird foot injury thing since the marathon in Columbia in march and it was pretty touch and go for a while, but I've put in the last two weeks mostly pain free so things are looking up. I added up my mileage total for the year and am up to 1415 (64 mpw avg). Hayley picked up a little hop floor.strain and has been rehabbing it the last two weeks but ran pain free Saturday for 12 minutes so she will be back on track soon.-Adam

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  11. Hop floor strain is Autocorrects version of hip flexor staring apparently

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  12. Staring is strain. Stupid phone

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    1. Adam, I found your posts very entertaining. So thank you to the auto-correct. It's frustrating but oh so funny.

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    2. Darn hip flexors! You already got a place for Boston? I guess I better do the same. Looking forward to next year.

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    3. Keith my 2:55 at Columbia from march and I guess even the 3:01 at Boston are both qualifiers for 2014. I hope to lower it down before Boston at a race somewhere maybe in the fall. I'd like to make the first corral but probably need to break 2:50 to do that.

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    4. Yeah. I have Steamtown as a qualifier and will try for a new PR this fall at Savannah. Let me know which Marathon you plan on running. We'll have to get together for a good long run.

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    5. tempted to run Savannah but I think it is the too close to richmond, and I'll probably be there, either as a runner or supporter.

      -Adam

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  13. Week 22 = 32
    YTD = 644.81

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  14. Week 23: 46 miles
    YTD: 792.5

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  15. Week 23 = 28
    YTD = 672.81

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  16. Week # 20: 39.32
    Week # 21: 50.52
    Week # 22: 26.36
    Week # 23: 49.72
    YTD: 864.93

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  17. Week 24: 45. YTD:837.5

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  18. Week 23 = 31.13
    YTD = 703.94

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    1. Sorry that's
      Week 24 = 31.13
      YTD = 703.94

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  19. Hi, brand new to the group, so HELLO! I live close by the BR & O trail, and if anyone is interested in running Thursday nights, let me know. In response to Chantilly track runs, I am interested.
    Jessica Cremer

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    1. Jessica,

      I think a BRO run would be good. Anyone from the group interested? Also, Are we doing these long runs and track workouts? Haven't heard and I wouldn't mind bringing Daryl and Julian with me to the track.

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    2. Hi guys,

      I think the plan is to start the weeknight track workouts again. Maybe Monday night at Chantilly around 7:30pm or so?

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    3. Or Tuesday night at 7:30pm?

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  20. Cool. Let me know.

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  21. Hi,
    Justin and I have been running at the track all along. Nancy and George joins us every now and then. We go to Fairfax High at 5:30 whenever we can. That is usually 2 nights a week.

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  22. Week 25: 55.5 miles YTD: 893. Finally running at close to 100%. Now I have to shed the extra 7 or 8 pounds of post surgical depression weight and get back to racing. Is anyone doing the Let Freedom Run 5k?

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  23. George and I will be in NM that weekend so no we won't be there.

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  24. Week 22: 6 miles
    Week 23: 10 miles
    Week 24: 0
    Week 25: 10 miles
    YTD: 188 miles

    All I need to do is run 4.4 miles every day until December 31st to reach 1000 miles for the year. Easy, right? :)

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  25. Week 24: 35.42
    Week 25: 39.06
    YTD: 939.41

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