I had to rush today’s run between work events. I was supposed to run seven miles but I cut it short. I knew what time I had to be home in order to have enough time to get ready for my evening work event. Unfortunately a pit stop just after mile two cost me the time I needed to get the full seven miles in. Oh well.

Update: Just went back to look at my schedule and I was supposed to run eight miles. I definitely wouldn’t have made that. Oh well


Day 8: 1.01 miles in 9:28

My runny, itchy, painful eyes from yesterday developed into a full-blown case of viral pink eye overnight, so hooray for that! But hey, that’s what sunglasses are for. No one has to see the pathetic, bloodshot mess behind the lenses.

I am so ready to have glasses and clear vision again. Blindly running around my apartment complex just to get a mile in is great and all, but I know very well I’m flirting with disaster. Accident-prone people shouldn’t pull stunts like this!

3 miles // 37:30 time // 12:30 pace. Wow, I was tired tonight! I couldn’t find my heart to try any harder, but I did them. I really need to start paying more attention to my macros and make sure I am getting a good ratio of each. #weightloss #fatloss #losingweight #runner #run #running #womenwhorun #runningwomen #fit #fitness #health #fitblr #healthy #bbg #ww #halfmarathon #halfmarathontraining #marathontraining #healthylifestyle #foodstagram #food #colorado #denver #boulder #denverco #balance #fitfam #happy #lifting #workout #workingout #fitnessinspiration #muscles #progress #myfitnesspal #weightlossjourney #coupleswholoseweight #RyanandKaitloseWeight

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So I’m exactly one week into the RW Run Streak! It’s been a lot of fun but today definitely tested my perseverance in dealing with the cold weather, but it just made me run faster. My splits were pretty fast, as I haven’t been on a longer run in awhile. I’m proud of myself for this past week, but still have another month of running fun!

Post-Marathon Feelings:

I expected to feel sore after the marathon because of the elevation gain and downhill parts. But besides my knees feeling a bit sore for 2 days I felt great. I even did two 6k treadmill runs the last two days. This means I ran 200km this November!

I’m kind of sad that marathon season for 2016 is over but at the same time looking forward to 2017 that will hopefully be a great running year, too!
My mileage goal is hitting 2000km in 2016 and I’m almost there with a total of 1910km right now.

What are your goals and plans?


A white man assaulted a black teen running a 5K because he was certain he was a mugger

On Oct. 14, 15-year-old black autistic teen Chase Coleman was participating in a cross-country run in Rochester, New York, when he accidentally strayed from the race route and onto a road.

57-year-old Martin MacDonald got out of his car yelling, “Get out of here,” and shoved Coleman, who is nearly non-verbal, to the ground. MacDonald told officers he believed Coleman was going to mug his wife, who was sitting in the passenger seat. Now the judge is adding insult to injury for Coleman.

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