Imperative sentence-

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

example: "Try running."

January 11, 2010

Alright. New year. New goals. Time to make it happen!

Here are a few runs I have done recently

10 miles easy.
2.5 easy
3 mile tempo.

I printed out some calendars and starting writing some potential running plans and workouts. So many things to do. And when you don't want to spend any money on anything other than food, rent and insurance, it's hard to narrow down your list of races to just a couple. Renewing my RMRR membership would allow me to run their monthly races for free, so I might do that. We'll see.

I'll be starting a build up of mileage now through May. This will be prep for a fall marathon training schedule. I don't want to be one of those people who ran one marathon and never ran one again.

It's been a good break from training. I'm ready to up the mileage and get stronger and really fit.

4 comments:

  1. Hey. Theres nothing wrong with being "one of those people". I enjoy it in fact very much. Its very comfortable...

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  2. I hope that you are including training for an insane run up and down mountains in your plans. We definitely need you!!

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  3. Oh ya! Can't wait!

    I'll toss in a couple of hill workouts just to be sure. And I'll be practicing my 30 milers while wearing a backpack full of mountain dew 2 liters so I can refill Ace's camelback mid-run.


    Ace, you don't count as one of those people once you sign up for a 100 mile mountain run...

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  4. Just found your blog. Can't wait to read more!

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