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Run to the hills

Saturday, February 02, 2013

Blog title courtesy of Iron Maiden

After a week of no jogging, I tried it again on Thursday. The last time I did, I went 6 laps (half-mile), and Thursday I went 9. Didnít quite finish the mile after that, gave the catching of the breath precedence. So I thought Iíd try again Saturday. Didn't quite make it as far as last time. After two laps walking to start (and this was after an hour and a half of pickleball), I ran six slow laps, walked one, and then ran three more to finish the mile in 12:37. Not horrible, considering that I was trying to go slowly in an effort to be able to run more of the mile. Still a work in progress, obviously. Remains to be seen how much progress gets held back by balky shins and ankles. My legs werenít happy at the conclusion of todayís mile.

Head and neck are a bit whiny, too, not sure if thatís from exercise, the body saying taking a day off, or just normal aches. Could certainly be from watching Michigan-Michigan State hockey, and then Red Wings-Blue jackets hockey before switching over to watching Michigan and Indiana fighting it out for #1 right now. Michigan hasnít had a very good first half, but are within 4 points of the Hoosiers at halftime. A lot sloppier game than Iím used to seeing from either team. Hereís hoping for better in the second half.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
CLPURNELL 2/5/2013 8:41PM

    That's still a pretty good time! emoticon

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GRANDMABABA 2/3/2013 12:31AM

    Sounds like good progress. Great success ahead!

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EMMAEKAY 2/2/2013 10:35PM

    That's not a bad mile time at ALL considering the pickleball beforehand. Nice job!

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RABBLERRABBIT 2/2/2013 10:30PM

    Hey, you RAN. Good for you! 12:37 is very respectable, especially after pickleball.

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