Pretty cool to hit a PR tonight. #PR2018
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There is a reason the saying goes that “life is like a marathon, not a sprint” and it has to do with going the distance. Getting back to the basics of marathon training means focusing on slowing down and building up the endurance needed to finish well. If I’ve learned anything from this past year of training it’s that I lost sight of this fundamental part of training. If I have any hope of finishing well at the upcoming Groundhog Marathon I need to keep focus on that key piece of my training. Today I tried to keep that focus though I still finished with a much faster pace than my training plan directed. I’ll be working on that more in the weeks to come….
It wasn’t any sort of stellar pace but I managed to finish without walking. This was a pretty hilly run so I feel good about managing the challenging run both for endurance and difficulty. #HWI #KCC #Run4Water #WhyIRun #GRHalfMarathon #RiverBankRun
Had an awesome time this morning running with the HWP Daybreak Team. Enjoyed running with and getting to know Todd Sadler. [endomondowp type=’workout’ workout_id=’861942037′ ] Bauer, Michigan, United States of America
– These days there is a lot of talk about the less fortunate and especially the oppressed. It’s very clear from Scripture that as Christian’s we are to defend, and stand against the oppression that we see. To be clear, however, any stand that we make needs to follow biblical principles, not the rights that the world has made up. Unfortunately, following biblical principles is not how the world wants Christians to stand against oppression.
The family got a good night’s sleep and had a fun day full of #activities. A lot time at the #playgrounds, #swimming, #crafts, #wagon rides, #treats from the camp store, and finished off with another #campfire with #smores. #FamilyCamping Dorr, Michigan, United States of America
What started out being a pretty easy going run turned out to be much faster than I had expected. I was checking my heart rate the whole time and only once did it rise just a hair past 150. My pace just ended up being what it was based on how I ended up doing with my heart rate. What’s encouraging to me is to see what appears to be my heart health getting better. I feel God has definitely blessed me through my running. Honestly, one of the big helpers with my runs is listening to a worship workout album. There are moments when I am so focused on the song that I forget about the running. I did take some time this morning…