Discussion in 'Mileage Reporting' started by Spiderweb62, May 11, 2014.
I dance on wood floors in my Lunas (when shoes are required) so I know they can cut!
13.1 miles. First 5 miles pretty rough asphalt, sections of rough mixed into the remaining miles estimated at a good 2 miles. Two other barefooters that I know of. One stopped to chat a bit and I told him about the forum. Didn't see any of them after the race. I was pretty mid-pack in all my results. Time 2:13:19. I will try to write a more thorough race report later. See comments when people run for the best comment of the race directed at me.
My body (and mind and soul) start to ache after only a day or two without some real workout. I"m an every day or never kind of a gal about most things, and exercise is no exception.
Get back to the ST while the toe is healing. Best not to land yourself in a swirling mess of lethargy.
wednesday: double dip: swim at lunch and in the evening.
thurs: 2.5 am, weights, then evening swim
friday: evening swim
late afternoon: about 1.5 mi hike w/ kids and friends.
evening bf run, guessing 3 mi. Happy lovely wonderful this time. square "trail" around a park where my kids were playing, I"m guessing half mile loops. Perfect pavement, smooth,just warmed enough, cool wind, sunshine.
That surface might be worth traveling to while I wait for sandals to arrive.
Do you do any other exercises barefoot?
4.4 miles easy pace in a nature preserve this morning, giving me 40.1 miles for the week and the first time ever that I've done 40 miles in a week.
Ran 7.8 km last Sunday, stubbed the big toe on my right foot...(getting lazy!), almost froze my feet running across frosty grass! (Only 1 C!) Passed one other barefoot runner...
Very natural stride...Lol
Just one 2 mile BF run this past week - no excuses, just busy - back to it as from tomorrow!
Nice 9 miler this morning at 5 am 66 deg. f., 78% rh .
Lots of rabbit sighting heard 4 roosters crowing along the way.
Last run of the week. Total miles 25
Is it just a matter of hearing the trains, or does it cause the whole house to shake?
Hearing them. Amtrak goes through and they lay on the horn whole way through town. Most of the trains only honk at each block, but not amtrak. They go fast as hell and just lay on the horn.
Oh, and on a side note, I think this August I may try a pretty tough trail 20k, and then next year instead of doing a 25k version of a race I been wanting to do, I just might attempt the 50k instead. Over 6000 ft of elevation gain. Race looks awesome. Pretty excited. Now lets just hope I can keep my training going well. Feeling really good and strong and if I can continue losing weight like I am I should be good to go.
sat-3.5m hike and group picnic
s-walked the dogs
This is a really good forum, people are really encouraging on here!
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