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April 16, 2008



A bad run is still a run, and you still got out there. That's all that matters, and you even got a bonus and learned a few things! Keep up the great work.


Hey! I Think that training is definately a learning curve. You gotta try stuff, see what works and change it if it doesnt.I also find you have to learn from your own mistakes. I can't seem to learn from everyone elses mistakes:P
You got out there and went for your run! Complain as long as you need to. Maybe you'll say something and it will click for someone else!

Keep it up!
P.S. I run with the Running Room as well,and I am a firm believer in the 10 and 1's that they have going on. It gives your body a chance to micro-repair and allows you the opportunity to feel. What i've learned is that you have to keep these consistent and keep the fueling consitent. Ie. Gel every 4 walk breaks.

P.P.S. I think you'll be amazed that as soooooon as you finish you'll start thinking about the next one.

P.P.P.S sorry for rambling:)


Keep it up. Almost to taper!!

Write that May 26th activity in pencil. You may change your mind by the 29th after some reflection.


I've been doing more of a 30 and 1 method like you. Maybe I should try the 10 and 1, too.

I'll be really excited to read your race report on May 26. I can't wait to hear all the details of a first-time marathon. And I bet you have to re-name this blog to "training for the next marathon" or something! I've heard it's addictive!

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