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Happy monday folks. Today the girls start basketball and last year I played around with them at the practices. That's not happening this year, or at least not first priority. First I'll get everything ready and then I'm off for a run, and if they're still playing when I get back, then I'll play some hoops. This way I can get the best of both worlds while still getting good training in, unlike last year. And also, I'll actually get to run when it's light out.<br><br>
Even better news, it's supposed to be in the 50s today so I'm running in a singlet and shorts...woohoo! Savor it while it lasts.<br><br>
Have a great day.
 

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It was 64°F this morning at 5:30 when I headed out for my run. It's not often I get to run without a shirt in mid-November. I started speedwork today with a grueling workout that involved 200m and 400m sprints. I was pretty much a corpse at the end of this run which covered a little over 11 miles total. Have a good run today. Keep it fun!
 

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Nice running Lof. I had a beautiful run as well. It was upper 40s so I busted out the half-tights and a singlet. Felt great. 4.1 easy miles and I'm feeling good...calves pretty sore now though from playing hoops and working on plyometrics.
 

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Ha! I thought Kickrunners was a little corner of heaven! <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.kickrunners.com/forum/images/smilies/wink.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="Wink"><br><br>
I have nothing to report as all I did today was teach one pilates class. Today was either rest or optional cross-train. I have an awful blister on the corner of my big toe and every step hurts, so I didn't feel like exercising. I did clean my house which probably took more effort than spinning or elliptical would right now.
 

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Driving rain all evening. Intended to do a run-swim-run brick to the YMCA and back, but I balked at the rain. Finally, I headed into it: 54F and steady rain at 830p.<br><br>
No swim, but 4 miles easy and cooled down with 4x strides. It was a much warmer than expected. The rain was not bad at all.<br><br>
Two weeks since the marathon. I'm starting to dream up ideas for base building phase for Boston. I'm thinking of making all of Dec and Jan as a base period before starting a quality phase in Feb. Who knows, lots of time to decide.
 
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