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Member Since:

Jan 02, 2006



Goal Type:


Running Accomplishments:

PRs: 2:26:29 marathon @ St.George '14; 1:09:55 1/2 mar. '08; 31:00 10k '07

Short-Term Running Goals:

Love running now.

Long-Term Running Goals:

Love running forever!


My perfect day would include a run through the desert, time with my wife and girls, tasty homemade meals, and a nice nap in the middle.

Miles:This week: 33.25 Month: 143.00 Year: 1062.75
Adios Lifetime Miles: 512.25
Rocket 2 Lifetime Miles: 109.00
Kinvara Grey Lifetime Miles: 222.00
Vazee Pace Lifetime Miles: 437.75
Pace Blue Lifetime Miles: 231.75
Boston Lifetime Miles: 506.50
Peg Green Lifetime Miles: 499.00
Speedgoat Lifetime Miles: 325.00
Peg Purple Lifetime Miles: 463.50
Ravenna Lifetime Miles: 501.50
Barefoot '18 Lifetime Miles: 6.75
Levitate Lifetime Miles: 370.25
Peg NOP Lifetime Miles: 337.00
Peg Blue34 Lifetime Miles: 318.75
Solar Glide Lifetime Miles: 116.75
Total Distance

AM - 12 Mall/2xAC/laps.  Windy, windy, windy this morning.  Started off feeling pretty strong, but by the end I was a bit wiped.  Still a few days out; but the singles I'll have on Friday and Saturday will get the legs back - not that I am in any major rush.  (Landreth orange 103.25)

evening - 6 Treadmill.  Took the dog out for a mile with both Py and Laney in the jogger - that was a chore.  Then got on the treadmill and did 5 more easy miles.  (Stratus bee  603.65)

Stratus Bee Miles: 6.00Landreth Orange Miles: 12.00
From wheakory on Wed, Apr 15, 2009 at 17:07:55 from

The runs and the miles you are putting in are incredible. All I can say is your amazing. That 50 mile run and the hills you climbed truly shows your love for running. We should all be inspired for what you've done. Good luck on the future training.

From Adam RW on Wed, Apr 15, 2009 at 21:25:59 from

Out of curiosity what amount of sleep are you getting with this mileage? and are you taking naps?

From dave holt on Thu, Apr 16, 2009 at 09:56:57 from

Thanks Kory.

Adam, I am almost always asleep between 9 and 9:30 and up at 5. Usually don't have time for naps, but try to sneak one in on a lazy Sat/Sun afternoon.

I think the biggest reason is because of the weather. Right now it is just perfect and not draining every ounce out of me on every run like in the summer.

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