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Day 29: This…

Im taking the day off!!, a photo by thomas:bach:nielsen on Flickr. After 16 straight days of working out, my body finally said enough. I struggled through yesterday’s run…and my legs felt like trees this morning. Rest assured, I’m back tomorrow morning.

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Day 28: Heat Index Run

On Friday, we went on a 17.8 mile bike ride because we were feeling cheeky. By Saturday morning, we’d wished we’d thought that through a little more. We knew Saturday’s Indy Runners 8-mile run was going to be brutal because it was 80 degrees at 2 am when we had to take Maxx, the dog […]

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Day 20: And Then it Rained

No Maxx running today. The rain sloshed the dog park, but we’re lining up a Dog + Brad 5k tomorrow morning before The Girl and I head to Nashville, Indiana for The Great In-Law Introductions of 2012.  Today, Rebecca started training for a fall marathon. We joined the Indy Runners Club for its Saturday 7:30 […]

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Day 16: Revenge of Maxx

I’ve not had time to write the last two days (but tomorrow I’ve got an 8-hour block of time ready to go), but Maxx and I have hit the trail before the coming of the heat.  Today’s epic 3.5 mile run was our fastest yet, clocking in at 9:20 miles. The only elements holding us […]

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Day 8: Too hot, must sleep

I slept terribly last evening so we didn’t get out to our run until 9:30 am. By then, the heat had come. Maxx, the dog had to stop for water and relaxation three times. Really, though, I couldn’t blame him. It was 88 degrees when we finished. He’s celebrating now by sleeping. Every few minutes […]

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Day 2: Maxx is Tired

Maxx the dog struggled a little bit today. Two long days in a row may have been a bit much to ask of him especially since there were no moms, kids, or seniors to stop and pet him. He really likes that. Still, he couldn’t wait to get started. When we got out of the […]

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