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Practiced the last 5 miles of the Marathon

So, last night I went for a run.  I know that is s uprising considering this is a running blog and all, but I felt it was worth mentioning.  I was exhausted to the point that I felt it in

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Five Miles in the Evening!

Now that the kids’ are back at school for the year – I can run in the evening before picking them up on those rare nights when I get out of work on time.  Fortunately for me, last night was

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Race Report – Utica Boilermaker 15K – 2011

What a fantastic day for a race!  It was a gorgeous 58 degrees as the cannon went off! (I think it was still 58 degrees, 11 minutes later when I actually reached the start line as well!)  Can I say

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Can’t follow instructions…

So… I am now starting to freak out. I am on to my second week of my 18 week “Marathon Training Schedule – Novice 1” program by Hal Higdon.  Week 1 is: 1 Rest 3 m run 3 m run

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The Once and Future Runner
Once and Future Runner

2013 Was an amazing year, for me, So I am really looking forward to 2014!

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