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December 14, 2018

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Location:

Portland,OR,

Member Since:

Nov 02, 2005

Gender:

Male

Goal Type:

Other

Running Accomplishments:

5K: 15:41-Portland Track Festival 2010

10K: 31:34-Linfield College (Track) 2012

10 Mile: 51:57-Pear Blossom 2009

1/2 Marathon: 1:10:42-Foot Traffic Flat 2010

Marathon: 2:29:35-Newport 2013

Short-Term Running Goals:

Next Race:

Run the Rock 50 - Nov

Long-Term Running Goals:

Sub 1:10 Half Marathon

Sub 2:30 Marathon

Miles:This week: 0.00 Month: 0.00 Year: 2138.60
Kivara Trail Lifetime Miles: 211.20
Altra Escalante (Boston) Lifetime Miles: 7.00
Lunar (red) Lifetime Miles: 469.00
2018 Lifetime Miles: 702.00
Altra Escalante Lifetime Miles: 101.00
Altra Lone Peak 3.5 Lifetime Miles: 75.50
Kinvara (yellow/white) Lifetime Miles: 56.80
Hoka Speedgoat Lifetime Miles: 38.20
Kinvara 8 (Green) Lifetime Miles: 3.30
Total Distance
1.00

1 mile around the neighborhood. Legs feel good walking and on stairs, but running is too much. I'll rest the remainder of the week and try again Monday.

Altra Escalante Miles: 1.00
Comments
From Jon on Sat, Nov 17, 2018 at 06:16:59 from 96.33.86.208

I love the post race runs where you can feel every muscle fiber in your legs with each step, especially quads. So sore. Let's you know you are alive.

I was doing a first run after hundred Miler once. Only two miles. At the one mile turnaround, I found myself chased by an angry male turkey. Had to Sprint for a quarter mile. That hurt so bad.

From Little Bad Legs on Mon, Nov 19, 2018 at 18:02:02 from 72.223.105.106

Brutal! I remember reading your blog about the angry turkey. ;)

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