Wednesday, August 26, 2009

"Where no man has gone before"


Sticking with my TV theme from yesterday...The original Star Trek was a favorite of mine. Why? That statement "going where no man has gone before" always spoke to me. I always loved an adventure! Hiking in the woods, climbing a new mountain, going down a new road, always excited me and still does!
I'm possibly hitting new territory in my running this week. I've never logged over 50 miles of running in one week. Going where Mark has never been before...cheesy!!
The heel tightened over night but didn't cause me problems on the run. Still icing and taking Aleve. It is really wishy washy! One day getting better the next bothering me!
T'was a good recovery run-6.1 miles/1:09:18/ 11:28's. Pretty slow but it is specifically a recovery run. I hope to knock off some quality miles in the coming days. 29.26 miles so far this week! Peace!


7 comments:

Carlee said...

awesome job! this past week was my first week hitting 50...it really is awesome isn't it?

Marlene said...

I hope to hit my first 50 next week (will be close this week). Exciting... and a little scary!

Hope the heel holds up for you. Sure is finiscky, isn't it?

Shilingi-Moja said...

Rooting for you to hit 50. My highest week has been about 43.

Jamie said...

I love Star Trek! Awesome that you'll be hitting 50 miles in a week for the first time. I should be doing that as well as a first in a couple of weeks! Very exciting.

Anne said...

Loved the original Star Trek too. I don't know what it is with heels, but mine is just a mercurial as yours. Hitting 50 is a big, big deal (in running too -- he he)

Beth said...

I think 40 is the most miles I've ever done in a week. That is exciting that you are on your way to 50. I'm glad you are taking good care of that heel. Great job!

Ted said...

Terrific post !!! I like your new mantra related to Star Trek. I have done a few 50 miles. However, I tend to have an average of 25 to 35 miles per week. Its very exciting and also addicting, too.

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