Stream

 
It was not fast by any means but for my first half marathon in 30 degrees and sleet/snow pelting me in the face the entire way...I am HAPPY I finished!! Horsetooth Half Marathon = Done!
3
Add a comment...
 
I added a 'DOMS scale' to my article on Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS). It's far from a perfect approach as DOMS is as much about the weakness that occurs immediately as the soreness that's delayed, but it's a start. http://fellrnr.com/wiki/Delayed_Onset_Muscle_Soreness#Determining_if_you_have_DOMS
1
Add a comment...
 
Keep on running ... in northern Eifel :)

13
Johnny Nguyen's profile photoJuan Pablo Farias's profile photo
4 comments
 
Nice stretch of road.
Add a comment...
 
45 days to go!
2
Add a comment...
 
We all have our eyes on the Boston Marathon, Monday the 21st, but there are a couple of other exciting events on the 19th and 20th.  
- Kentucky Derby Festival Half Marathon & Marathon - 4/19
- Crescent City Classic, New Orleans - 4/19

Both events will be attracting around 15,000 runners.  I will pull together a few stats after the results are posted.  

Post the event you will be running this weekend and we will follow the results.  We will be happy to post your results if you desire.
1
Add a comment...

Ludy Go Girlzz

Nutrition  - 
 
Be patient! :)
14
Add a comment...

Fred Fye

Beginners  - 
 
I ran with MapMyRun! Distance: 2.51mi, time: 24:04, pace: 9:36min/mi, speed: 6.25mi/h.
Kept it light tonight, breaking in a new pair of Brooks Pure Flow 3s. Different to what I am use to wearing. 
5
Add a comment...

Sarah R

General  - 
 
Power Resting through my rest day! Do you power rest?
2
Add a comment...
9
Alex Hansen's profile photoFred Baldwin's profile photo
5 comments
 
You can almost smell the steroids in the air. 
Add a comment...
 
2-week rest period over. Renewed. Time to set a race goal, and start the journey. I hate to bother anyone, but can someone please come over and shut off Netflix , take the chocolate out of my hand, and roll me off the couch? I dug deep to even ask for help, so be easy on me with all the self-motivation cliches. :)
2
Eduardo Gregorio's profile photo
 
You do want to survive Zombieland, right? 
Add a comment...

About this community

A community oriented towards running and related topics. Rules: 1) Links to external sites are okay, but they should include commentary otherwise they appear like link spam. Also, if you're posting the exact same thing in a bunch of other communites...its probably spam. 2) Spammers are banned without warning. 3) Abusive and rude behavior will also warrant bans without warning.
 
Does anybody read Runners World? Nice tributes to the Boston Marathon in May's magazine. xoxo
1
Add a comment...

Nick L

General  - 
 
Looking for guest writers to post on awesome workouts and brutal events, interested?
[The blog will be moving to www.Shutup-legs.com over the Easter break; want our newsletter?] Jens Voigt doesn't have a Nike deal, he's not blabbing on EuroSport or strutting around on the cover of ...
1
Add a comment...

Jimmy Brunelle

Marathoners  - 
 
One fast 60 year-old.
This 60-year-old has quite a streak going—and he plans to continue it at this year's Boston Marathon.
2
Add a comment...
 
Boston Marathon Event Info and More...
It almost feels weird, thinking about the upcoming Boston Marathon on the first anniversary of the moment when the 117-year-old event became the stage for a barbarous bombing that left three dead and 260 injured. It especially feels weird thinking about the 118th edition of the world’s oldest annual marathon knowing that the police have taken a man into custody...
4
1
Ricardo Zamora's profile photo
Add a comment...
 
Race face #4 tells a story. Love it 
1
Add a comment...
 
With great trepidation I ask this...My first marathon is this coming Sat (4/19 Kentucky Derby Festival Marathon) and I'm debating whether or not to wear my Garmin (FR620); and if I wear the watch the next question is to wear the heart rate monitor or not.

I feel that wearing the watch and being aware of my pace would help me slow down at the start and not "go out too fast". My inclination is to wear the watch sans HRM. I can always turn it off or just ignore it (ok maybe not, I'll admit to being metrics junkie). 

The downside is getting caught up watching the watch and missing out being in the moment. 
1
e h lupton's profile photoFred Baldwin's profile photo
4 comments
 
If your real concern is to not be a clock watcher, turn the watch so the face is on the underside of your wrist.  Having to turn your wrist differently will be a cue to pay attention to the moment.
Add a comment...
 
GOOD LUCK TO ALL RUNNERS RUNNING IN THE 2014 BOSTON MARATHON!! I won't be running but I did double waves of training this afternoon to pay tribute and respects. Good luck! Happy Running!!
 
Storm Runner RM double waves of training today paying tribute to those affected from last year Boston Marathon Bombings! Good evening!! I won't be running in Boston Marathon this year! That's okay! But even though its not a marathon RM did two training runs back to back this afternoon!! The 1st wave I ran some 19+miles!! Took me about 2:48:35 still calculating up stats! Then following up with another training run this time with a 40lb orange backpack filled with textbooks. The 2nd wave lasted some 5 miles took me about 53 minutes to complete 2nd wave! These training runs I did this afternoon was to pay tributes to those victims all affected by last year's 2013 Boston Marathon Bombings & as well to pay my respects to those who lost their lives. As a fellow runner myself I want to wish all runners who are running in 2014 Boston Marathon a great & safe day & safe race!! Run hard!! Run your Race! Have a Good Race too!! Best Wishes & Good Luck to all who are participating in 2014 Boston Marathon!! Happy Running to all!! GOOD LUCK & BEST WISHES!!
4
Add a comment...

Scott Wood

Marathoners  - 
 
Last long run before marathon. 
9
Dave Hendrickson's profile photoEduardo Gregorio's profile photo
2 comments
 
Looks like you are going to fly
Add a comment...
 
ProForm caught up with Ryan Hall to talk about running and the #BostonMarathon

Get inspired: http://blog.proform.com/?p=1846 

#WhatsYourWhy
5
Add a comment...