Thursday, January 27, 2011

Run Famous

Well, I have had a great...and I mean GREAT week of training.  It has all been on the treadmill with some stretching and foam rollering, but it has been awesome. 

All of it has led me to believe that I am going to have a good, fun race.  I'm not looking to set any records with this one - we're just doing the HALF for fun.  Additionally, it is going to be a great guy's weekend in Miami. 

I'll write a race report when I get back.  Wish me luck.  Also, I'm thinking about running with a camera - just to capture some pics of us as we go - especially since we're just running for fun.  Any thoughts?

1 comment:

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