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Location:

Kingsbury,TX,USA

Member Since:

Jan 10, 2011

Gender:

Male

Goal Type:

Local Elite

Running Accomplishments:

 

Some day I will not be able to do this...today is not that day!

Started Running (6/1/10) @ 50 Yrs Old

  • 5K:
    • 22:26 (7:14 pace) McAllister Park 8/14/10
    • 22:24 San Marcos (7:13 pace) 10/19/10
    • 21:09 San Marcos (6:49 pace) 11/20/10
    • 20:19 San Marcos-Faith Run (6:33 pace) 5/26/12
    • 20:06 Fentress (6:26 pace) 10/20/12
    • *19:21 Gruene (6:20 pace) 11/22/12 (*Short Course)
    • 19:42 San Marcos-Faith Run (6:21 pace) 5/25/13
    • 19:42 San Marcos-Faith Run (6:21 pace) 5/24/14 (Not a Typo, exactly same time as last year)
    • 21:38 New Braunfels Orange Leaf (6:58 pace) 7/19/14
    • 19:33 Gruene Turkey Trot (6:18 pace) 11/27/14
    • 19:43 Kyle-For the Love of Go (6:27 pace) 2/14/15
  • 5 Miles:

    • 34:03 (6:48 pace) Hillsboro, Ill 7/4/11
  • 10Ks:
    • 43:24 (7:00 pace) Gatesville, Tx 6/4/11
  • Half Marathons:
    • 1:42:16 (7:48 pace) Austin Livestrong  2/20/11
    • 1:36:23 (7:21 pace) Moe's Better Half  3/6/11
    • 1:35:55 (7:19 pace) Chosen Half Marathon for Adoption 10/29/11
    • 1:30:10 (6:53 pace) Austin 3M 1/2/12
    • 1:43:13 (7:54 pace) Orange Leaf  7/14/12
    • 1:33:44 (7:08 pace) Chosen Half Marathon for Adoption 10/27/12
    • 1:32:23 (7:03 pace) Austin 3M 1/13/13
    • 1:35:16 (7:16 pace) Marathon for Adoption 10/26/13 (Ran off-course .3 miles)
    • 1:36:48 (7:23 pace) SA Rock-N-Roll 11/17/13
    • 1:37:06 (7:25 pace) Chosen Half Marathon for Adoption 10/25/14
    • 2:00:28 (9:11 pace) Long Beach Half Marathon (Paced Callie) 10/11/15
    • 1:39:29 (7:35 pace) Marathon for Adoption 11/21/15
    • 1:34:06 (7:11 pace) Marathon for Adoption 11/19/16
    • 1:37:43 (7:37 pace) Marathon for Adoption 11/18/17
    • 1:36:30 (7:22 pace) Marathon for Adoption 11/17/18
  • Marathons:
    • 3:38:09 (8:19 pace) Oklahoma City Marathon 5/1/11
    • 3:30:16 (8:01 pace) Ft. Worth Cowtown 2/26/12
    • 3:30:53 (8:03 pace) Oklahoma City Marathon 4/29/12 
    • 0:00:00 (DNF) Ft Worth Cowtown Marathon 2/24/13 (Ran off-course)
    • 3:22:56 (7:44 pace) Temple Army Marathon BQ 4/21/13
    • 3:27:24 (7:55 pace) Boston Marathon BQ  4/21/14 
    • 3:18:40 (7:35 pace) CIM Marathon BQ 12/7/14
    • 3:33:07 (8:08 pace) San Antonio R&R Marathon BQ 12/7/16
    • 3:25:32 (7:51pace) The Woodlands Marathon BQ 3/3/18
    • 3:26:17 (7:52 pace) The Woodlands Marathon BQ 3/2/19
  • Triathlons:
  • (1:12:23) Martindale (Sprint) Tri For Old Glory 7/1/12
  • Ragnar Relay:
  • (28:24:24) SoCal Ragnar 4/6-7/18 

Short-Term Running Goals:

  • Run Boston Marathon with Callie
  • Break 19:00 in the 5K
  • Break 1:28 in Half Marathon
  • Hit 3:16:00 in the Marathon

Upcoming Races: 

  • Chosen (Half) Marathon for Adoption, Nov. 23rd
  • Boston 2020 with Callie...!!! (my daughter)

Long-Term Running Goals:

  • Win 1st in the World Series Team Roping Finals Dec. 2020
  • Run Boston with Callie, My Daughter
  • Run Sub-18:00 5K (Ouch)
  • Run Sub- 3:10 Marathon  Run 3:16 Marathon
  • Compete in a Full Iron Man (Not sure since my two major bike accidents)

Personal:

Married, two kids  Kirby 24 (Baylor University, Married not a a Runner), Callie 27 (TCU University, Married and Runner).

My main sport is Team Roping, I've been doing that all my life. 

I started running in the spring of 2010.

I Just Run               

Favorite Blogs:

Miles:This week: 0.00 Month: 82.75 Year: 975.42
Brooks Racer ST 5 (Race Shoes) Lifetime Miles: 146.57
Saucony Kinvara 2 (Race Shoes) Lifetime Miles: 430.23
Swim Time Lifetime Miles: 26.00
Trek (Road Bike) Lifetime Miles: 974.00
Altra-Instinct-Blue Lifetime Miles: 551.67
Altra Instinct Black Lifetime Miles: 520.10
Altra Paradigm Black Second Pair Lifetime Miles: 7.00
Saucony Kinvara 2 Green (Race Shoes) Lifetime Miles: 145.70
Easy MilesMarathon Pace MilesThreshold MilesVO2 Max MilesTotal Distance
0.005.000.000.005.00

Today was supposed to be an off day or a cross-training day but I decided to just go out and run a few miles instead. I don't have time today to bike and I've really done no cross training in the last couple of weeks so I didn't think a few extra miles would hurt.

Callie is gone so I'm again running by myself. The only excitment is my new neighbors have gotten inspired by seeing me run and now they are walking almost every morning. I at least get to say "Hi" as I run by them.

5/31/2012

Mile

Time

HR

HR %

 

1

8:08:00

129

65%

 

2

8:20:00

157

84%

 

3

7:52:00

159

85%

 

4

7:17:00

155

82%

 

5

8:14:00

160

86%

 

Total

39:51:00

152

80%

 

Pace

7:58:12

 

 

 

Out and Back down Old Lehmann

68º - 68% Humidity

John 14:6

Jesus answered, “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.

Saucony Ride 4 Miles: 5.00
Comments
From Rye on Thu, May 31, 2012 at 13:29:11 from 174.27.90.169

Have you worked out the logistics of riding to work? Just checking out the next couple of weeks in the RLRF program. When did the intervals on Mondays feel like your body was responding to the workouts? I use to enjoy Mondays...... now I dread em' :)

From I Just Run on Thu, May 31, 2012 at 13:49:57 from 67.79.11.242

I looked back at my notes and after the 5th week was where I started feeling like I handle the intervals. After that all my notes say I felt confident on the intervals. I think you have done great so far. Don't worry if you fall short slightly or need to take a little more time for recovery. I can tell you it will never be "easy" but it's not ment to be. Remember three hard workouts and two easy recovery workouts. We're going to get there with flying colors!!!

From Rye on Thu, May 31, 2012 at 14:00:33 from 174.27.90.169

Thanks Preston, I have to say that it has been easier knowing that you were suffering (guess that isn't the case with you) through the same workouts. You have given me some great encouragement. Like you have said..... it's nice to check off each workout and feel like you have actually crossed a finish line... or something like that:)

Ya, if it were easy, everybody would be doing it!

From I Just Run on Thu, May 31, 2012 at 14:16:36 from 67.79.11.242

Don't get me wrong, I did and am "suffering" on some of these runs. I have the most difficultity with the long runs myself. I believe part of the key is to make sure you're body has recovered from the previous workout when you do the next one. This way you should be energized and ready to run. Just keep checking off the workouts and I promice you will begin to feel very confident.

I've read and heard many people say "one of the most common training mistakes is that we don't run our hard runs hard enough and we don't make our easy runs/workouts easy enough".

From Dan on Thu, May 31, 2012 at 20:58:20 from 24.209.83.20

Good getting out- The last quote there is very true. I often push on the easy runs...unless....'no watch' - try it.

From SlowJoe on Fri, Jun 01, 2012 at 07:28:06 from 155.219.241.10

Nice job getting out for some extra mileage. I think sandwiching those RLRF workouts with some easier stuff inbetween will be what puts you over the hump in the marathon.

From I Just Run on Fri, Jun 01, 2012 at 08:11:50 from 67.79.11.242

Rye,

I have rode my bike to work two times now. I have to organize everything perfectly, like taking clothes, shoes, etc. to work the day before, figure out how to get lunch and make sure there are no other activities after work. Every evening I have to got to my Martindale place to take care of my horses. This is a 25 mile detour from home too. It makes a perfect bike ride but as you can see all things have to fall together. I've had things every evening for the last two weeks and haven't been able to ride.

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