In pursuit of life...
damn! now that's dedication! I've been slacking off lately - hopefully ill be back to my running regimen after the long run part deux! Ill see you there! 815-830 group?
Don't tell, But I missed a run on Thursday of this week.... I will be attending a wedding this weekend so I won't be able to make it to the long training run. Alas. Think of me on Sunday pounding the pavement all by my lonesome!
Ahhh, rain, I'm so jealous. And sweat and mud - that just tops it all off so nicely. It's still a lot earlier out here on the west coast, so maybe I'll hold out for a while and see if my grey clouds bring rain! I actually pulled up a satellite photo of Astoria Park. You must have so many choices of cool places to run.
I know exactly what you mean. The other day, I came home from work and parked in front of the house instead of in the garage, but before I could get out of the car, it started to rain (really hard).I ran all the way from the car to the house. It felt awesome.And that is the extent of my rigorous exercise routine.
Absolutely love a summer rain run. It's something non-runners will never get, but that's just too bad for them, eh?
When my non-runner friends say I'm crazy, I just think, they don't know what they're missing... :-)
This definitely goes in the column of "things only a runner would say." It's a great thing, that high.
rain and mud - hoo hah!! lol, splashy runs are the best.
Splish splash runs rock!
Ginger - Yes, Astoria Park is quite nice (except for the litterbugs!). It's only 1.25 miles to run around so I often go out of the park on interesting runs thru NYCMark - Sprinting is rigorous exercise.Just12Finish - I agree. Too bad for non runners. maybe they get that same feeling from a bowl of cherry ice cream?Sempre - I think non-runners are crazy. I mean, what do they do with all that extra time they must have?JustRun - Runners high... Word.Deene & Uptown - I love to make a splash. My shoes however are not very pleased.
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