I Eat PAIN-Cakes for Breakfast

May 20, 2018

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May 31, 2016



Goal Type:

Highschool Champ

Running Accomplishments:

1600: 5:55.29 (2016)  

3200: 12:38.59 (2016)

2 Mile: 12:50 (2015)

3 Mile: 20:23 (2016) 

5K: 22:40.69 (2015)

Short-Term Running Goals:

XC: Run a sub 20

Track: get the school 3200 record (11:58.01) and the 1600 (5:11)

State Champion!!!!!

Break the 5:55 mile barrier (I've run that about seven times now)

I'll be a junior this year. Hopefully, round 3 of XC will bring a lot of success.   



Long-Term Running Goals:

Run a Marathon and a half marathon

Run a Ragnar or two

World Domination

Revolutionize the waffle industry

Make the Olympic trials

Pity da fool

Set it straight this watergate


"Eat lightning, crap thunder." -Mickey

I make things awkward

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Normally, I would do my shakeout today, but due to minor shin splints, I'm taking today off. They're only in my left shin. They aren't that bad, but I just want to get rid of them before the season starts. 

Tomorrow is the first day of my team's XC camp. I'm super excited. We do all kinds of fun things. Tomorrow is our long run. We run about four miles to this dam and play around in the water and then run four miles back. The next day, we do mile repeats on this hill. They're fun because you get a really good down hill. The team does a bunch of other stuff too. It's really fun. I think it's good for our team bonding. 

From Eva Splaine on Mon, Jul 31, 2017 at 10:43:48 from

Hope your shin splint get better soon.

My mother taught me some exercises to do to prevent shin splints.

I wish I could show you how to do them.

It is hard to explain, but what you do is stand on your heels and tilt your feet upward, pivoting on your heels. It will strengthen the muscles along the shins.

Hope you have fun on your cross-country camp.

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