I ran in my first race since I hurt my hamstring, no I didn’t race, I just ran slowly and enjoyed the run – not something that I can honestly say I have done very often, when I am supposed to be racing.
Hell, I was even relaxed to start the race and didn’t need to line-up 10 minutes early, just so I wouldn’t leave.
It felt good .
Yes, like a big dummy, I was so excited about finishing with the little guy, I forgot to turn off my watch – oh well, not too worried about it.
I was a good boy and didn’t push the hammie too hard and when it started to bark a little after the first mile, I slowed down a little more. It only reminded me not to go hard down the hills or up them, and didn’t bother when I was on the short flat sections. Continue reading “Quarry Road 3K Trail Race and BBQ”→
Yes, I did my Kinetic Revolution 30 Day Challenge this morning = 3 for 3 so far, plus a few more exercises that I like from the Wilk book. Then Bennie and I went down to UMA and walked 3 miles or so on the trails down there.
So yes it was a gorgeous day.
When I got home, I snuck out and did 4.0 miles. No it wasn’t fast and I didn’t try to push, but by golly, gee, wow, I did them and the hamstring behaved itself quite nicely, as long as I behaved myself and didn’t try to stretch it out by going any faster. Continue reading “Gorgeous Day for A Run – RunLog 6-3-14”→
It seems like a big deal to many in the online running community and a few organizations with ties to running and really that’s about it.
However, even though I have been a runner for a long time, have been involved with the online running community for a few years and use social media to share my running exploits or lack thereof, I am not one of them.
From my perspective National Running Day is just another one of those “days on the calendar” that there are simply too many of.