Friday, March 07, 2008

Another Long Run Friday

Buzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

Splat, Splat, Splat

Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

Alarm goes off, I hear rain on the sky light, another long run on the treadmill!!!

So, I got the kids to school and myself to the Rec Center.

The FIRST plan called for 20 miles at PMP+(30-45 seconds).

I ran the first 6 at 9:50, the second 6 at 9:40, the third six at 9:30, and then I kept bumping it down for the last two. I ended up with an overall pace of 9:38.

As I was slowing it down when I finished, the man next to me said “Wow, does that say 81 laps? How far did you walk? I have never seen anything like that before. Why are you walking so far?”
I told him I was training for a race.
He asked “Are you going to win? Are you the best?”
LOL

They are calling for 3-5” of snow tonight. Guess it is going to be a trainer ride tomorrow. Bring on spring already!!!!

11 comments:

david said...

I can't believe you did 20 on the mill...Wow.

Firefly's Running said...

WOW! That's amazing!

Anonymous said...

Michele - thanks for your encouragement on my blog - it means SO MUCH. In reading your blog, I am totally amazed! You are so inspiring and make me want to be "just like you when I grow up!" Congrats on all your accomplishments!

Cindy

monicac2 said...

I had to do 10 on the TM yesterday, and I thought of you the entire time! I wish I was in the physical shape that you're in, though - 10 would have been a breeze to you!!

Phil said...

You're always better than someone! Keep it up, you'll do great at Tom King.

TJ said...

Wow. That sounds like torture.
Way to get it done.

TriSonq said...

Hey Michele,

Tom King this weekend. Looks like we'll be breaking out the rain gear.

Hope to see you at the race!

Mallie said...

Impressive, again!

Benson said...

Great job getting it done.
Yes, spring please.

Darrell said...

I say anybody that can do 20 on a treadmill can do just about anything.

I'm with you on the rain running. I don't mind running in it, but hate starting out in it.

teacherwoman said...

20 miles on the thrillmill? Shoot me now!

I thought 8 was long.