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14 Miler – January Has Been a Beast

I ran 14 miles on saturday,  we having a serious freeze going on.   It was 15 degrees out when I stared my run,  I wore my KSO’s with the Nu-wool Injinji socks,  this combination is great so far.  The run went really well, I am trying to run my long runs at a slower pace, but always start off to fast, and my pace really takes a significant dip towards the end, I want to be more consistent.

January has been a beast!   I think we have had about 4 snow storms this month alone, the temps have been freezing to the bone, and sickness has been getting the best of me.  My four year old  came down with a stomach bug which just ripped through the rest of the family like the movie “outbreak”.    My weekly mileage has definitely not been up to marathon training standards.   This week I only got in 27 miles, but whatever,  between work, family, and now school starts this week,  I do what I can.   I have two more senior semesters to go, looking at graduation in May, it’s been quite a journey.

 

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  1. January has been downright evil this year. The wool Injinjis have been my savior, except for that time I went out already having cold feet. That kind of idiocy no wool sock can fix.

    Posted by T.R.Leigh | February 3, 2011, 4:07 AM

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