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<p>Morning guys</p>
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<p>Yesterday, me and BIL got out for a hot 3.5 in 28:00 flat.  I guess we should have either ran earlier or picked a more shaded course, cause it was brutal out there.  Afterwards, I got a little swim in, then last night I did some sprints dodging thrown fireworks.</p>
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<p>Today calls for another easy 4 miler.  Back to work tonight...</p>
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<p>Nice job on the racing yesterday RA/Kevin</p>
 

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<p><strong>BBS</strong> - enjoy work and the easy 4.</p>
<p><strong>kfuller</strong> - my legs felt the same. Good job pushing through.</p>
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<p>Got out for 9.5 miles.  80s and uber humid this morning, just like yesterday.  Struggled most of the way but pace ended up in my typical easy pace range (7:50 to 8:20 mpm). Time for the pool or beach.</p>
 

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<p><span><img alt="sleepy2.gif" src="http://files.kickrunners.com/smilies/sleepy2.gif">I feel like a runaway train hit me today after a craptastic night of "sleep" last night. I don't know what the heck happened; I was plenty tired when I went to bed, then I just lied there most of the night looking at the ceiling. I think I got maybe an hour. Very frustrating.</span> Plus I'm feeling sore from the long run yesterday.</p>
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<p>I'll stumble through the workday like a zombie, then hopefully get the bike out for a short ride in the neighborhood this evening. If that doesn't get me tired enough to sleep tonight, I don't know what will.</p>
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<p>BBS - have a good four</p>
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<p>RA - yeah, the humidity sucks. Your easy pace is about what mine is normally but I'm pretty sure I was nowhere close to it yesterday, especially in the last 3 miles when I was beaten down by conditions and basically shuffling home (probably 9:00 miles).</p>
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<p>kevin - way to tough it out last night at the race.</p>
 

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<p>Sounds like everyone needs to take a rest and come back ready to hit the pavement running.  I got in a 5 mile shakeout run this morning.  I will be keeping my mileage low this week in order to give my legs and body a rest. </p>
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<p>Have a great morning everyone.</p>
 

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<p>Easy 4.5 this morning consisting of a couple of trail loops, it was warm by the time I got out there.    Track is on tap for tonight, 6-7 1000s at 10k pace is on my schedule.   Didn't sleep too great either last night after waiting out the fireworks, I might do the first few with son1.</p>
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<p>Nice racing yesterday <strong>RA</strong> & <strong>kfuller</strong> and have a good one all.</p>
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