Did a 7.6 mile trail run at 5:30am this morning. I'm not a morning person, but there is something satisfying about watching the moon set over the mountains and the sun rise over the plains while most people are still asleep.<br><br>
Have another 7.5 or so miles on tap for tonight.<br><br>
Enjoy your day everyone!<br>
I've become a total weather wimp and I have no idea why or how.<br><br>
9 miles on the TM this morning. Random or hill programs make it a bit more interesting.<br><br>
I'm getting the miles in when all is said and done and I'm happy about that.
I know what you mean about the weather. Last winter I would run outside in the dark, and ice without hesitation. This winter alot of my weekday runs have been inside to avoid the dark, and ice. On Friday, Saturday and Sunday though I always run outside because I can wait until the sun comes up a little so I can atleast see the ice and run around it.<br><br>
The last few weeks my running schedule has been<br>
Tues-3 on the mill<br>
Wed-3 on the mill<br>
Any thoughts or suggestions?<br><br>
Alright people.... here we go..<br><br>
I am leaving town tommorow through Sunday for work... I will not have any time to run plus...I could use the rest anyways Back at it next week... Everybody put in an extra mile on every run for me ok?<br>
We can call them Man down Miles <img alt="biggrin.gif" src="http://files.kickrunners.com/smilies/biggrin.gif"><br><br>
however I will be busting out the core every morning for Team R
Got in another 8.6 mile trail run tonight. It was COLD COLD COLD... 8F, but the full moon was awesome. We ran about half the run w/o lights.<br><br>
Time to sip a cold beer in a hot shower!<br><br>
Very Nice! THis cold weather has to go away.<br><br>
Beer in the shower... I have to try that one.<br><br>
Hey Chris there is a 38 mile trail night run held in wiscosin.. I am thinking about trying it next year.... I think the fun part will also be training for it.
Sat, Jun 7, 2008<br>
Kettle Moraine 38 Mile Night Fun Run<br>
La Grange, WI 8:00 p.m.<br>
Out and back sections. The trail is about 80% wooded terrain, with the rest meandering through gentle prairie. Many rocks and roots.<br>
Time limit (hours): 16 Field limit: 250 Fee-pre:$25 Fee-post:$50 after Jun 3<br>
Memorial Pin or similar Anniversary: 3rd<br>
Jason Dorgan, 3012 Maple Valley Drive, Madison, WI 53719, 608-873-1556<br>
Email: <a href="mailto:[email protected]">[email protected]</a> Web: <a href="http://www.kettle100.com" target="_blank">http://www.kettle100.com</a><br><br>
feel like coming to wisconsin next year?
Here is another one I really want to try....<br><br><a href="http://www.ultimatexc.com/JAY.html" target="_blank">http://www.ultimatexc.com/JAY.html</a><br><br>
look at the pictures in the Gallery this one will be a few years from now I would guess.
<b><span style="text-decoration:underline;">Techgirl</span></b> - the question is - how do you evening runners do it? When I get home from work in the pm, that's it - I'm spent. the thought of doingmuch more than cooking dinner, doing dishes, and winding down the evening is just too much to bear.<br><br><b><span style="text-decoration:underline;">Rugby</span></b> - I know what you mean about the TM. However it's allowed me to get my runs in lately when I normally woudn't have. For some reason I've become a real weather wimp this year (bad time to do so considering I'm training for my spring marathon). I've found that playing with the incline, running the hill program or selecting random elevation profiles makes it slightly less mind numbing.<br><br><b><span style="text-decoration:underline;">Richard</span></b> - Beer and Burgers - the new Duathlon!<br><br>
Did 9 yesterday on the - you guessed it - treadmill. Since the ones at the Y stop after an hour, I did an hour with the hill program (level one) then finished 30 minutes random (level 3) not too bad of a run.
Hmm... my wife has a good friend in Milwaukee and a sister in Chicago...so a trip to Wisconsin would probably be a doable trip.<br><br>
Is this in the southern unit of the Kettle Moraine area? (the part near Madison)<br><br>