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Member Since:

Sep 15, 2011

Gender:

Male

Goal Type:

Marathon Finish

Running Accomplishments:

5k: 17:20

10k: 35:34

Half Marathon: 1:18 (Snow Canyon 08)

Marathon: 3:06 (Beaver 20)

Short-Term Running Goals:

Qualify for Boston Marathon (Run a 2:55 marathon)

Help PV athletes develop a love for running. 

Be the 1st male athlete to run all 4 years at Dixie State University. Done! 

Long-Term Running Goals:

Be a life-long runner

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Miles:This week: 38.12 Month: 230.45 Year: 2316.27
Hoka Rincon Lifetime Miles: 699.22
Hoka Clifton Lifetime Miles: 531.68
Saucony Ride Lifetime Miles: 803.44
Hoka Cavu Lifetime Miles: 86.29
Hoka Napali Blue Lifetime Miles: 335.18
Hoka Napali Red Lifetime Miles: 468.76
Hoka Instinct 2 Lifetime Miles: 281.03
ASICS Noosa Fast Lifetime Miles: 102.05
Nike Pegasus 32 Lifetime Miles: 354.64
Launch 4 Lifetime Miles: 429.99
Hoka Clifton 5 Lifetime Miles: 304.12
Hoka Speedgoat 3 Lifetime Miles: 482.59
Hoka Clifton Blue Lifetime Miles: 400.15
Hoka Carbon X Lifetime Miles: 301.11
Hoka Carbon Rocket Lifetime Miles: 72.42
Brooks Launch 7 Lifetime Miles: 375.71
Kinvara 6 Lifetime Miles: 348.64
Hoka Bondi 6 Lifetime Miles: 347.01
Hoka Challenger 5 Lifetime Miles: 458.46
Kinvara 11 Lifetime Miles: 550.26
Hoka Rincon 3 Lifetime Miles: 432.17
ASICS Novablast Lifetime Miles: 250.42
Saucony Ride 13 Lifetime Miles: 647.82
Trail Runs 2022 Lifetime Miles: 65.00
Hoka Bondi 7 Lifetime Miles: 118.04
Kinvara 13 Lifetime Miles: 47.58
Hoka Carbon X 3 Lifetime Miles: 10.09
Total Distance
64.66
Weight: 184.50
Total Distance
9.28

AM- Good interval workout on the grass! 6.55 miles 

PM- Chill 25 minutes up the road from camp. Everyone felt really tired. 2.73 miles 

Weight: 185.00
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Total Distance
7.71

AM- Hopped on the VRRT from our camp site.  I took the lead once we crossed the Webster Flat road per request of JD. A couple of minutes later I tripped and popped right back up.  I have bad sinuses today and that made breathing hard. 5.13 miles 

PM- Ran another easy 25. The team was out to help each other after some great capain meetings. It was fun to see! 2.58 miles 

Weight: 185.00
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Total Distance
13.23

AM- Ran from camp and headed back out on the VRRT (love that trail). My focus was to help "Chad" out. He did awesome and turned around about 30 minutes into the run.  I decided to press on vs head back with Nathan.  Then I caught up to Roberts and the girls.  I took a little lead and Keaton followed and passed me. I encouraged him to press on and I followed him all the way to the van at Te-Ah campground.  I ran well and I was very impressed by Keaton. Our run was about 100 minutes and had some good climbs. We even ran a little extra once we got to the van. The rain was nice!  I added a little once we got back to camp to make sure everyone was back. 10.71 miles 

PM- Muddy and fun 20 with the team. Everyone was goofing around in the mud and rain. I am very proud to be a part of this team! 2.52 miles 

Weight: 184.00
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Total Distance
6.74

AM- The dreaded uphill run!  It's funny to see how much these kids dread certain runs.  At the same time they show a lot of positivity once we get out on it.  My goal was to help some level 1 guys make it up the steep climbs.  As I headed out I ran with the girls, Roberts, Trey, and Nathan.  It was fun and I coasted some downhills with Jess. After 20 mins of downhill we of course had to flip it back.  I helped Nathan maintain a good pace and rely on his affirmations. At one point we heard some dogs barking from a side trail, I quickly ran up to protect the girls (mainly Alli). The dogs weren't going to do anything but I yelled at them to go home.  Surprisingly they both turned away after I yelled. 6.74 miles (1.50 warm up on my own) 

Camp was amazing!  I am excited to get the season going and see these kids in action! 

Weight: 184.00
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Total Distance
10.20

AM- Ran some random trails starting from some bathrooms at Tropic Reservoir. I found Keyhole Arch. It reminded me of running in Bryce Canyon. Nice single track through pink rocks. 6.20 miles 
 
PM- Worst run of the week! I got covered by mosquitos. So many bites! 4 miles 

Weight: 185.00
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Total Distance
17.50

Ran out about 6 miles on the main road from camp. Then I found a sign with a trail labeled: “Bryce canyon boundary.” I thought I would go explore that for a couple of miles. I did some good climbing then ran long hollow back towards camp. It was longer than expected. I wanted to run 14 miles and ended up running 17.5 miles

Weight: 184.00
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Total Distance
64.66
Weight: 184.50
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