Imperative sentence-

Imperative Sentence: A sentence that gives advice or instructions or that expresses a request. From the Latin, "command."

example: "Try running."

August 01, 2009

ninety-fifth, ninety-sixth, ninety-seventh, ninety-eighth, ninety-ninth (Long Run #5)

oh. An entire week, but no posts.

I got in 4 miles.
Then 4 miles.
Then 6 miles.
Then 6 miles.

Then 20 miles, yesterday.

I was supposed to get 45 miles in, but I didn't run today and 40 is good enough for me. That 20 miler took a lot.
Another longest run ever. Definitely the type of run that reminds you that a marathon is  long race and there is still a lot of training to do.

2 comments:

  1. Twenty miles! That is awesome! Doesn't it feel like such an amazing accomplishment? If it doesn't, it should, because it is! Grats.

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  2. Thanks!
    It's funny how huge that 20 mile barrier is. 18...not a big deal. But something's different about 20. Man, my legs were beat up afterwards. So much pounding.

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