Doug's Running Thingy

February 19, 2018

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Location:

Tallahassee,FL,

Member Since:

Jul 13, 2010

Gender:

Male

Goal Type:

Other

Running Accomplishments:

Ran track/xc in high school

Track 2 years at FSU (400 and 400 hurdles) 

Skip ahead 15 yrs for my old man PRs... 

100m 12.31; 200m 25.74; 400m 56.94; 800m 2:17; Mile 5:11; 2 Mile 11:57; 5K 19:08; 10K 41:43; 15K 1:03:14; Marathon 3:26

Short-Term Running Goals:

Break through the 19 then 18 minute mark for 5K

Return to full speed track workouts


Long-Term Running Goals:

USATF Age Group All American times in 200 (24.6), 400 (56.0) and 800 (2:11)

Qualify and run Boston before I hit 50... but after I complete my sprint goals  

Miles:This week: 3.00 Month: 24.00 Year: 24.00
Exalt Lifetime Miles: 250.20
Ignition3 Lifetime Miles: 285.90
Equation6 Lifetime Miles: 214.55
Trance12 Lifetime Miles: 411.40
Guide7 Lifetime Miles: 134.80
Total Distance
3.00

Mile warmup, 4x1 min on and 2 min off - goal 800 meter pace (~6 flat mile pace) - mile cooldown back to hous.  Finally unboxed my christmas present Forerunner 35 - functional interval feature, but I need to learn how to show pace during workout, if possible.  Reviewing the activity online shows me all over the place from 5:35 to 6:15 on the intervals.

Comments
From Rob Murphy on Tue, Feb 13, 2018 at 08:34:45 from 163.248.33.220

I'll send you some daily, nagging, motivational texts if you want.

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