Kevin Morgan Running Blog

November 21, 2018

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Member Since:

May 15, 2017



Goal Type:

Boston Qualifier

Running Accomplishments:

Finished 2016 Chicago Marathon...more to come

Short-Term Running Goals:

Finish the NYC Marathon under 3:50

Long-Term Running Goals:



Married since 1988 to the woman that keeps me motivated to run. 

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Today's run was an 8 mile recovery run. I tried to feel the pace rather than constantly check my Garmin. I felt like I was really running comfortable, so I was expecting my mile splits to be around 10 minutes. I ended with an overall 9:59 pace, with a fast mile of 9:39 and a slow of 10:16.

Tomorrow will be a gym day, then try to get the mile time trial under 7 minutes.

I went out to eat with the Wednesday crew to an Italian restaurant, and took a guess on the size of the meal. My calories are less accurate on these days as I'm getting better at eyeing the portion size. I think I'd rather skip the dinners, but it's nice to go out with friends. I have to do something besides work and work out!

Night Sleep Time: 0.00Nap Time: 0.00Total Sleep Time: 0.00Weight: 193.80Calories: 1714.00
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