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  1. Run2BFit

    Would you rather...

    Love the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. Done three backpacking trips there. Here are couple of a pictures of the tree on the rock formation (I think your first Pictured Rocks picture) taking behind the formation on land from a 2010 trip.
  2. I ran the first Michigan Ragnar Trail relay at the Hanson's Recreation Area near Grayling, MI back in 2019 with a group of friends from our running group and had a great time. We signed up again for 2020 but it was canceled due to COVID and rescheduled for June 25-26, 2021. The Ragnar trail relay is a little different from the road relay where you have 8 member teams and all teams camp out in the same place where the start and finish for all the runs are from the same location. The relay consisted of 3 different trail runs of 2.8, 5.6, and 7.6 miles with each team member running each
  3. Run2BFit

    Jubilant June

    Congrats on being selected for Rabbit Elite!
  4. Run2BFit


    Kudos for being taking it easy (even though it doesn't feel easy) with your running. It's hard. I was running today with a friend on his first run back after recovering from and injury and he was commenting that the toughest part was having the discipline to not over do it when starting back running.
  5. Run2BFit

    Last Covid Era Entry

    A great way to give back some of your running wisdom.
  6. Run2BFit

    Big news!

    Second that yaaayyy! Glad to hear some good news and welcome back to the joy of running. Also as we get older we need to also focus on injury prevention, ie. adding some regular strength training.
  7. Run2BFit

    Well, let's see.

    For what it's worth, when I had achilles tendonitis I healed my achilles tendon by doing eccentric heal drops; first unweighted then adding weight to a backpack while doing them. See link: https://runnersconnect.net/achilles-tendonitis-and-insertional-achilles-tendinopathy-in-runners/. I still do eccentric heal drops daily to help prevent re-occurance. The story that I heard (don't recall where) regarding the origin of using eccentric heal drops to heal achilles tendonitis was that there was a runner who had achilles tendonitis and wanted his doctor to perform surgery to repair the ten
  8. Run2BFit

    Amazing April

    Congrats on a great month and your top race finishes. Glad to hear you are back from your injury and hitting on all cyclinders.
  9. Run2BFit

    Tidewater 26.2

    Congrats on a great 26.2 race.
  10. Run2BFit


    You got this Marathon. Like they say: the hay is in the barn!
  11. Run2BFit

    The project that never ends.

    Ah! the joys of owning an older home. Is that a picture of the annual spring time flooding along Hines drive?
  12. Run2BFit

    New floors! (NRR)

    Amazing difference between the old and new floors. I am looking at doing something similar. Moving a fridge is a pain.
  13. Good job on your floor prep with all your hard work. looks like the toughest part is done. It will all be worthwhile once you get the new floor in. We had our lenoleum kitched floor replaced a couple year ago and it so much nicer now.
  14. Run2BFit

    March Madness

    Congrats on your montly mileage PR and your road wins. Sounds like your back and hitting on all cyclinders.
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