I Eat PAIN-Cakes for Breakfast

March 19, 2018

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Member Since:

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

Llama Enthusiast 



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Brooks Adrenaline GTS 17 Lifetime Miles: 16.00
Total Distance

Practice was more condidtioning today. Not a lot of people showed since it was spring break. Coach Hill had us run a bleacher lap followed by an 800 (or 400 for sprinters/throwers). Then we hopped the bleachers followed by an 800. Then push-ups up the bleachers flowed by an 800. Next was 50 sit-ups followed by 800 and then 50 burpees. I did a few laps after to cooldown. I felt pretty good overall, but I'm tired. I've raced two solid meets the past week plus all the speed coach Hill assigns. It's working for sure though. I feel a lot stronger. 

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