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NavEng

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NavEng last won the day on January 31

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  1. This is awesome. All the right attitude and all the hard work.
  2. NavEng

    The quest.

    Quite a dress adventure. I just keep telling myself the snowbuster worked
  3. Things are looking up for GDR! I’ll be following.
  4. NavEng

    "Workin' On A Mystery..."

    Good to see you doing what makes you happy. My IT band has slowed me to the point of not giving a crap about my 50k in April. I may hike the whole thing and love it. FL50’s may be in my future as well. It’s a good one.
  5. Mello Yellow and steady Eddie is the way to go. I’m having the bladder vs bottles debate with myself. I’m leaning bottles. Nice training run!
  6. NavEng

    Playtime is Over, Son.

    Weather apps don’t like runners. Mine has never said it is a good day to run. My 2 cents on bridges is that the ones that don’t move or make noises are the ones to be concerned about
  7. NavEng

    I've Had the Time of My Life

    I score my runs based on how far I can get without human contact
  8. I suppose you’ll just grab this cancer by the throat and kick its ass. Great retirement plans!
  9. Your ability to attack hard things is amazing and inspiring
  10. NavEng

    RR: Rehoboth Seashore Pikermi

    Nice comeback. Lots more in 19 I'm sure
  11. NavEng

    Reboot

    My running has been sucky. Everything in the lower legs has been hurting, so I took an off season after my October race. But I never wrote about Wineglass. No excuses. My company banned Loopsters at work, and that was usually my lunchtime activity. But I still could have made the effort. Anyways, Peg and I met in Corning to pace Aubree to a shiny new PR in the half. Unbeknownst to Peg, she was really pacing me. My pacing plan is usually to follow a person or group of people who look like they know what they are doing, then run as hard as I can at the end. So I was the biggest loser of a pacer when Peg asked what I had for a pace in the first mile. I had no idea. I had never paced anyone before, so it was fun running alongside Aubree as she crushed it despite her repeating that she couldn't do it. The 1:45 group was about a minute in front of us, and we were way ahead of pace. I decided that Peg was a much better pacer than that dude. A big kick by Aubree and Peg's primal scream finished a sprint down Market Street and more Wineglass Loop magic. 7:00 PR for Aubree. 6 days later was my season ending race. A 6 hour event at the local park. I had never done a fixed time race and it turned out to be one of the most enjoyable races I've run. You get a real sense of how the speedy runners suffer just as much as the mid packers. You get to run with people of all abilities as you pass people and get passed. I got 25+ miles on a fun little loop with a few little hills and some rocky paths. Not much since then. Just trying to get things feeling normal. Starting to ramp things heading toward the 50k in April. For those heading to Jersey on 4/28, you're welcome to stop by for a shakeout the day before.
  12. NavEng

    2018 Wrap

    Knee pain makes me the most nervous. It seems like every other pain is manageable. Awesome year! Keep making it fun in 2019!
  13. It will be fun following your marathon training. A busy winter ahead!
  14. Awesome seeing you run so well. Congratulations!
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