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SIbbetson

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  1. SIbbetson

    A Year in Review

    You have such an amazing attitude!!
  2. I asked her multiple times if she would instead go backwards and turn 11, but she kept saying no.
  3. My library had books 1-11 of that series and then I read the final 2 as ebooks. I also hope your knee starts behaving!
  4. September 2020 in review! Total mileage for the month: 291.4 Aug. 31-Sep. 6: 71.2 Sep. 7-13: 70.6 Sep. 14-20: 65.9 Sep. 21-27: 76.3 Sep. 28-Oct. 4: projected at 60ish "Races": Sep. 18: 2020 20k Time Trial in 1:20:34 (6:29 pace). Workouts: Sep. 1: 7 x 800 m (track) with 2:00 recoveries in 2:57, 2:58, 2:58, 3:10, 3:16, 3:15, 3:18 (2.1 warm up, 3.6 cool down). I strained my hamstring between lifting on Aug. 27 and my Aug. 28 tempo run, and 3 days of easy running wasn
  5. Since I start every week day run at 5:00-5:30 a.m., it is really not a big deal!
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    Hey, look. I'm running.

    Eh, cross-training is pretty worthless. 😉
  7. The idea to run a 20k time trial started because I was registered for the Dam to DSM 20k race. I'd entered long before it rescheduled then turned virtual (before COVID and even before my hip issue!). The virtual race window was August 31 through September 7 and I planned to run a hard 20k on September 5, but due to being overly cautious with a hamstring I tweaked lifting I ended up just running an easy 20k that day. The hammy was back to 100% just a few days later, and for some reason I still wanted to run a 20k, so Christian and I both asked our coaches to schedule it on Friday, September
  8. SIbbetson

    Starting up. Slowing down.

    This painting stuff sounds exhausting.
  9. SIbbetson

    It's been 6 months...

    Haha, I love finding those perfect phone setting spots. Most of mine are taken with my phone in a little nook where you put your hand to open the hatch back of my car.
  10. SIbbetson

    It's been 6 months...

    Great jumping pic! 🙂
  11. I am reading books 2-13 in that series in September!
  12. August 2020 in review! Total mileage for the month: 294.6 July 27-August 2: 64.0 August 3-9: 60.1 August 10-16: 69.7 August 17-23: 64.1 August 24-30: 64.2 #augustangst - we think we are funny! Races: None yet, but I did two time trials, a 2 mile in 12:13 and a 5k+ in 18:35. Workouts: August 4: 10 x 300 m with 100 m jog/1:00 total recoveries (2:00 recovery after rep 5) in 57, 59, 57, 58, 57, 57, 58, 57, 59,
  13. I saw that one and considered it, but it is in Kansas so wouldn't count for a Missouri record. Thanks for the tip!
  14. SIbbetson

    Hello from Idaho.

    I second the such a good dad comment!
  15. Since I don't expect to have many/any race recaps this season, I thought I'd recap some of the time trials I do. Next time I'll have a better name - my running group is doing two "Pick Your Poison" track time trials in September. My coach put a 5k time trial on my training schedule for August 21. I think she mainly wanted to see where I was at and get my max heart rate. I knew I wasn't in top shape so it didn't feel like a big deal, but at the same time I treated it like an actual race. Even though I wasn't in PR form, I still wanted to get the best out of myself that morning. I drank
  16. SIbbetson

    Itch

    With that race title it's sure to draw a lot of interest. 🙂
  17. SIbbetson

    exercise in moderation

    Beautiful photos!!
  18. SIbbetson

    Running in Grand Haven

    I enjoyed Running with Sherman too!
  19. SIbbetson

    Jumping July

    It shouldn't bug me when people count fake PRs, but for some reason it does!
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    Jumping July

    I'm confident I'd rather never PR again than take up swimming! 😂
  21. SIbbetson

    Jumping July

    July 2020 in review! Total mileage for the month: 290.3 June 29-July 5: 62.2 July 6-12: 71 July 13-19: 60.7 July 20-26: 75.0 July 27-Aug. 2: projected at 64, and I noticed my weekly mileage totals illustrate that I've been taking a day off every other week #jumpingjuly Workouts: July 9: 6 x 2:00 hill repeats within a 9.11 mile run (yes, the 911 was on purpose
  22. Michael, that's about exactly what I do HR and pace-wise! I cap my HR at 132 for doubles also. I also agree about it being hard not to say something about people's "impressive easy paces". An acquaintance of mine posted a "nice and easy run" where her heart race averaged in the 160s and peaked at 175, and I just wanted to say, oh honey, that's a tempo! I have definitely made many, many mistakes with running over the years, but I will not make the mistake of running easy days too fast again.
  23. I’ve found I feel better running 6-7 days a week than I feel at 3-4! I hope that St George happens for you and the others signed up. 🤞
  24. SIbbetson

    In a pandemic time warp

    I’ve missed your updates!
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