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Takin' it to the Streets

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Hola muchachos. Que pasa? emoticon

All systems go around these parts. Getting ready for a trip out west (Colorado Springs) and super-stoked for some summer weather, finally!

Have been sticking to my less-is-more running plan. Mostly due to being called to sub classes at the Y than any real restraint on my part, but whatever sets the plan in motion...the regular pilates classes are working wonders for my mechanics. Woo.

Went for a short walk last night, have tendonitis in my left ankle today. Y U NO WORK, ANKLE? Made for a challenging pilates leg sequence today, with my foot pulling in the opposite direction from the motion. Yeowza.

ANYWAY. Signed up for the Columbus 10K on June 9 and feel like I'm making my comeback...a long, slow slog...but forward movement all the same. Now I'm looking for a late summer/early fall half to run (that won't set me back $100, that is).

What's going on with your summer plans??

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
KLONG8 7/1/2013 6:11PM

    Love your enthusiasm! Live in CO myself and have had to give up running (I had a love hate thing going with it anyway) & now walk like a crazy person. And I love that. Have a great summer and get ready for that half. Have you found one yet?

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BOBBYD31 5/22/2013 8:03PM

    forward progress is good no matter how slow. lets get that ankle moving and you'll be good to go. immediate plan is MS 150 on june 8 & 9 then tour de cure century on june 23rd. rest if summer, hummm probably a few sprint / oly tri's if i can get running again.

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JOPAPGH 5/22/2013 6:24PM

    Good job on the running!

I got me a Ragnar Ontario relay in three weeks, then it's time to think about training for a fall marathon...

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