Monthly Archives: May 2016

Thoughts on the Hudson Plan

After I trying Hansons marathon training plan for the 2015 California International Marathon (CIM) in December and being disappointed with my time, I decided to try a plan in Brad Hudson and Matt Fitzgerald’s book, Run Faster From the 5K … Continue reading

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May 2016 Running – Week 4

After weeks of cloudy skies, the sun finally appeared on Tuesday.  I ran well until Saturday when summer arrived with a vengeance and I wilted in the heat.  But the big news of the week was that I’ll be working … Continue reading

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May 2016 Running – Week 3

I ran Ragnar Cape Cod last weekend and skipped my weekly update on Saturday.  This week, I took the Sunday after Ragnar off.  I managed to get out of bed on Monday for a run but wasn’t so lucky on … Continue reading

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2016 Ragnar Cape Cod

Prologue (If you’re not familiar with Ragnar, my race report from last year has a brief description of how it works.) Ragnar Cape Cod is a relay race from Hull, MA to Provincetown (aka “P-Town”).  It’s a little under 200 … Continue reading

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May 2016 Running – Week 1

Well, hello there!  It’s been almost 3 weeks since I ran the Boston Marathon.  I’ve been a bit surprised by my recovery from the race.  Normally, I allow myself to take as many days off from running as I want … Continue reading

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