Ooh yah so balmy right now

Banged out 4 miles this morning.

My leg felt good the whole way! I’m noticing my fitness losses (ran at 9:22 pace, felt tired) but that also could have been due to the 87% humidity here in ATL today.

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Just talked to 4 miles about it

And I feel better :)

On my honor I will do my best to be a better runner; to watch out for cars and increase my mileage gradually; to run in the rain, without boast or complaint; to not go out way to fast; to eat right, listen to my body, and, one of these days, volunteer at a race.

The Runner’s Oath - The Runner’s Field Manual, A Tactical and Practical Survival Guide, by Mark Remy and the editors of Runner’s World. (via emily-pluspoints)

2 easy miles through the park.

Stretched and rolled out my legs and had a protein shake - yay paying attention to recovery!

Or just never hit snooze.

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Sometimes you win, sometimes you learn.

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Peachtree RR quick recap.

DID NOT SHATTER FEMUR. My right leg feels surprisingly good today. Yay healing!

My qualifier placed me in start wave B in a race that goes up to wave Y - so with my femoral SFX I really had no business in my start wave. It was really frustrating not being able to challenge myself in my wave!

My friend and I made a pact and accepted all beer offered to us in an effort to “not take it too seriously”. We succeeded in both of these things as I drank beer and ran my worst 10k time ever at 64 and change. Personally, since I basically sat on my butt for 3 months and didn’t even get winded during the race, I guess I’ll count it as an overall win.

The Peachtree RR is an awesome Atlanta tradition I’m thrilled I had a chance to run. It’s a shame I couldn’t race it like I wanted to, but it still made for one of my best July 4ths ever!