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I Run This Body - grey

Want to win an I Run This Body shirt? Here’s how? Follow Mile Posts on twitter and tweet – I want to win an #irunthisbody shirt from @mileposts check them out here – http://www.mile-posts.com/2013/02/shop-i-run-this-body-shirts-are-here.html #run [leave your twitter handle in the comment or the link to the tweet you posted]   Follow Mile Posts on instagram http://www.instagram.com/mileposts […]

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I RUN THIS BODY - Yellow

If you are interested in purchasing an I Run This Body shirt and missed them last time around or want to order more, now is the time! I have limited quanties in all of the colors. All information can be found on the SHOP page of Mile Posts. http://www.mile-posts.com/shop-i-run-this-body   When the shirts are gone, they […]

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Treadmill Ultra 3

Two weekends ago I was supposed to run 20 miles on Saturday and race a 5K Sunday. The run didn’t happen on Saturday. I didn’t run when I first woke up and I kept putting it off. Then I came up with a million and one reasons why it was everyone’s fault but my own as to […]

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Winter Legs

I decided to join a gym after 6 months of talking about it. Joining a gym is an easy thing to do. Walk in, sign up, pay the money and you have a membership. It wasn’t easy for me. Who the heck knows why, but it wasn’t. Why on earth didn’t I do this sooner? […]

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We are but one

B & A Marathon is not so far off. I’m back up to speed with the long runs but not with mileage or speed work. I’m not too concerned with mileage this training cycle, because frankly I just don’t feel like running 70+ miles a week right now. When it warms up maybe this will […]

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Looking for some music to add to your workout play list. Check out Run Hundred’s February List.   Zedd & Foxes – Clarity – 129 BPM Ke$ha – C’mon – 125 BPM Bridgit Mendler – Ready or Not – 94 BPM Martin Solveig & Dev – We Came to Smash – In a Black Tuxedo – 132 BPM […]

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I Run This Body - grey

Saturday morning I felt chilly in my bed. It must be REALLY cold outside. Eric typically heads to Starbucks alone for his coffee before I start my long run. It’s a 15 minute calm before the storm of watching three kids. This Saturday the littles all wanted to go with him and I didn’t want to […]

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jan 28 3

Choppy post. Writing thoughts as they come. Training is back in full effect. I say training because I think there is a difference between running and working out to be healthy and the things you do and do not do while *training* for a marathon or other big race. Last post was last Wednesday. Sometimes […]

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Jan 23 1

The first step to any marathon training program is figuring out the long run situation. I write down the date of the race and work backwards. 10 – 12 –  one week out 16 – two weeks out 20 – 24 – three weeks out I know the week before my longest long run I like […]

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Jan 22 1

I know in order to recover properly and keep doing this marathon thing year after year I have to rest. I enjoy rest and I hate rest. After a marathon I usually take a week off from running or working out. I’m typically in pretty good shape physically post marathon so sliding into my jeans […]

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The extra point two

Molly: http://mollyberrieshodgepodge.wordpress.com/ www.instagram.com/mollyberries Katie: www.msfitrunner.com www.instagram.com/msfitrunner www.twitter.com/msfitrunner Sarah: www.twitter.com/saweiss Tami Roth: Want to see more I RUN THIS BODY pictures? Visit this page on Mile Posts http://www.mile-posts.com/personal-records/the-people-the-places Send me a picture of you in your I RUN THIS BODY shirt, holding Women’s Running Magazine November/December 2012 issue, or how you went the extra point two on […]

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One of the things I think about when I take time off from writing here….is that I have more time to actually RUN and do the things I talk about, rather than just talk about them. I think at the beginning of every month and certainly every year it is good to analyze your priorities. […]

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