Running From Finals

April 23, 2019

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Member Since:

Mar 14, 2017



Goal Type:


Running Accomplishments:


5k: 0:17:48   

17:15 (Cedar)

1600: 5:09


1500: 4:45 (UVU)


400: 57 Seconds 

800: 0:2:14

2:12 (PV Invite)

Short-Term Running Goals:


Have fun and get faster for the sake of enjoying running

Maintain sanity throughout college

Grow an inch taller so I at least have a chance at being able to dunk

Long-Term Running Goals:


To run an Ultra Marathon

To contribute to building up a good running communitty at the U



Miles:This week: 12.50 Month: 130.95 Year: 279.97
Total Distance

Today was freaking fantastic. Me and Ethan got up at 6 and caught the train to trolly. From there we ran to liberty park in 27 degree weather. At liberty we did a really solid workout. We ran intervals. It went 4 minutes at 6 minute pace, 2 minutes at 7 pace, 6 minutes at 6 pace, 3 minutes at 7 pace, 8 minutes at 6 pace, 4 minutes at 7 pace, and then we finished with 4 minutes at 6 pace. It freaking hurt after monday. My legs were cramping so hard and it was freezing out. Still, it felt so so good to run like that. We put in a quick 6 miles at an average of 6:30 pace between the whole workout, and finished it off with another mile to get us to eight. Great way to finish before the break. Now Im looking forward to getting home and eating some turkey.

Night Sleep Time: 0.00Nap Time: 0.00Total Sleep Time: 0.00Weight: 0.00Calories: 0.00
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