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 on: October 01, 2017, 01:44:18 pm 
Started by Kedric Palmer - Last post by Donald Davis
I would talk to Sasha Pachev. He doesn't make multiple entries, but he does some fancy editing in his blog that allows him to account for different portions of his day. At least it looks fancy to me. I sometimes insert horizontal rules into my entries to distinguish between different daily doubles and the occasional daily triple. The horizontal rule can be inserted from the toolbar that is just above the text box for your entry.
Hope at least some of that helps...happy running!

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 on: September 24, 2017, 05:04:13 pm 
Started by Greg Harris - Last post by Greg Harris
I'm posting to see if there are any bloggers looking to run a sub-2:30 this year at SGM. I'm planning on hitting the first half in 1:15-1:16 and then negative splitting from there. Is there anyone that is looking for a similar time that would like to work together?

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 on: July 29, 2017, 04:14:31 pm 
Started by Sasha Pachev - Last post by Jesse
Trumpworld, also fake news, internet memes and liberal media.

I hardly believe what either the conservative or the liberal side says, you can listen to the news for 20 minutes and never hear one pertinent fact.

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 on: June 23, 2017, 09:31:16 am 
Started by Sasha Pachev - Last post by Jesse
I like this company. It focuses on micro-lending while also focusing on the spiritual aspect. http://www.hopeinternational.org/what-we-do#the-impact. Help without Christ is no help at all.

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 on: May 19, 2017, 08:14:27 pm 
Started by Carrie - Last post by Rob Murphy
You are doing very well. Your marathon time and relatively low mileage indicates real potential. Step one would be to gradually increase your mileage until you're in the 60-70 mph range. Focus on increasing your volume first. I'd also suggest running frequent races in the 5k to half marathon range.

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 on: May 15, 2017, 08:13:59 pm 
Started by Carrie - Last post by Carrie
I am four weeks post Boston. Had a great race but want to run faster. I logged 35-41 miles at my highest mileage. Trained between 8:15-8:30 pace. I would like to drop a good minute off my mile. Suggestions?

Thanks

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 on: March 09, 2017, 09:21:46 pm 
Started by Kedric Palmer - Last post by Kedric Palmer
Sometimes, I do two workouts in one day, or on track, run multiple races in one day. It would be nice to be able to log these as separate workouts, especially for the races where each race would have a different times, positions, etc.

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 on: February 18, 2017, 11:31:15 am 
Started by Sasha Pachev - Last post by Rob Murphy
Alcohol is helping me deal with Trumpworld.

Love adding to a thread 7 years after the last comment!

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 on: December 23, 2016, 09:06:34 am 
Started by Donald Davis - Last post by Donald Davis
Ben, I did not know that you picked up running post-college. Your story gives me a lot more hope for achieving my goal. Adding mileage at a comfortable rate is my main priority right now. I have read a bit of what you Ogden crew folks put on here. Thanks for sharing your experience!

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 on: December 22, 2016, 11:45:57 am 
Started by Donald Davis - Last post by Ben Van Beekum
I'm a little late to the game on this conversation. I normally don't check this part of the blog but I am glad that I did.
Donald I totally agree that your 3 hour marathon is doable. Key thing is staying consistent.
My first marathon attempt was straight awful. I thought I could run 3 hours off of 20 miles a week and my marathon ended up being 4 hours and 15 minutes. That taught me that this wasn't going to be given but earned. Over the years my main goal has been to gradually increase my mileage year by year and to do it slow and smart. From this dedication I have gone from a 4:15 marathon time to a 2:23 marathon.
So it's totally doable. Stay consistent, listen to the body, listen to Sasha he always has great sound advice, also enjoy the journey!
Also wanted to say I didnt start running consistently until 2006. Never ran in high school or college. Started running as a hobby to lose weight. I was 22 years old.

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