Eric's Training Log

May 19, 2024

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Location:

Edinboro,PA,United States

Member Since:

Feb 15, 2023

Gender:

Male

Goal Type:

Other

Running Accomplishments:

College:

8k (xc): 25:21

10k (xc): 31:34

1500: 4:05

5k: 15:01

10k: 30:57

After dealing with consistent hip injuries from my freshman year of college (2018) to my junior year (2021), I have been determined to stay injury free, and enjoy training to become the best runner I can be. Dealing with previous injuries so much taught me that persistence is key, and to never give up. Had I given up, I may never have made this log.

Short-Term Running Goals:

Finally break 15 in the 5k (on the road and on the track)

PR in an indoor 3k.

Focus on recovery and run slow on easy days. 

Run consistent high-mileage weeks.

 

Long-Term Running Goals:

-To stay consistent, dedicated, injury-free, have fun, and get faster.

 

Personal:

Just concluded my sixth year of cross country at Edinboro University. I graduate with my master's in corporate communication with a focus in digital marketing in mid-january, 2024. 

I am going to keep training in hopes to qualify for the olympic trials in the marathon or half-marathon someday. Until then, let's run. 

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Total Distance
8.15

AM: Just over 8 miles easy after the conclusion of my cross season a couple of days ago. Bittersweet ending to 6 years of competitive running. However, we are keeping the dream alive, one run at a time. 

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