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PM: Laurel Ridge
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AM: Head of the Harbor

12 miles

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PM: Crane Neck
7 miles

41.5 miles

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PM: Tempo Workout
8 miles

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PM: Lighthouse
7 miles

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PM: West Meadow
6.5 miles

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AM: Belle Terre

14 miles

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AM: Port Jeff

7.5 miles

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PM: Avalon
7 miles

50 miles

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AM: Poquott

8 miles

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PM: Lighthouse
7.5 miles

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AM: Strong Neck

7 miles

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AM: Nissequogue

16 miles

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PM: Pond Path
6.5 miles

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45 miles

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AM: Rhododendron

5.5 miles

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AM: Crane Neck

7 miles

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AM: Belle Terre

14 miles

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Last 7 weeks of Mileage:

Friday March 24th, 2017: 14 miles
AM: 14 miles (96:24 min) (6:51/pace) Belle Terre Ran first thing in the morning and it was milder out than the previous couple days without much wind. I was planning to do something long, and once I got going I felt so good that I decided to throw caution to the wind and just go ahead and do the whole Belle Terre loop. Felt strong and comfortable the whole way without any excessive knee or achilles pain, so I think it was a good idea. Tired towards the end of this, but not as much as a couple weeks ago, probably because there was less wind in the final miles and the pace was more restrained. Still kept up sub-7 overall, so overall a very good long run.
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Thursday March 23rd, 2017: 7 miles
AM: 7 miles (53:30 min) (7:34/pace) Crane Neck Ran first thing this morning and it was very chilly out with a little wind. Took me until about half way until I really felt comfortable. Otherwise a pretty good run, legs felt ok and still no problems with the right achilles. I took a short detour to check out the private beach right off Crane Neck for the first time. Not much out of the ordinary, but might be a nice spot to revisit when it is not so cold and windy.
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Wednesday March 22nd, 2017: 5.5 miles
AM: 5.5 miles (38:58 min) (6:32/pace) Rhododendron Ran first thing this morning and it was actually not as cold as I expected and generally very nice for running other than my being overdressed. I was not necessarily intending to run but when I got up my achilles felt so good that I just decided to go for it. Definitely the right idea, as it felt 100% better. Really glad I was disciplined and patient and waited until all the soreness had gone away as I am sure I would have exacerbated things if I had tried to run before today. Otherwise I felt a little tired and sluggish, maybe due to some biking I did over the last couple days. Overall just happy to be back running again after a potential injury scare.
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Saturday March 18th, 2017: 6.5 miles
AM: 0 miles (38:58 min) (6:32/pace)
PM: 6.5 miles Pond Path Ran in the late afternoon and it was chilly out with a very faint snow. Felt a little tired in general from the run yesterday, but in particular my right achilles was feeling a bit stiff and sore. Strange, since it is the left that had been achey over the previous couple months. I will need to be careful so that this doe snot blow up into something.
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Friday March 17th, 2017: 16 miles
AM: 16 miles (110:56 min) (6:52/pace) Nissequogue Did a long run this morning starting just before the sun rose. Ran out to Head of the Harbor and then continued into Nissequogue, ultimately running back along the inlet/river. Never been on this road before, and I was quite startled to find that in the early morning light it was stunningly beautiful. The road winds along a steep bank dotted with mansions overlooking the massive, frozen inlet. Really gorgeous, what a great find. I felt very good the whole way and really did not feel tired until the very end. The run was a little longer than I had planned, which was fine, easily the longest run I have done in over a year. It felt great to get this in first thing in the morning, I am very pleased to be able to do this kind of distance without any major difficulty.
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Thursday March 16th, 2017: 7 miles
AM: 7 miles (51:24 min) (7:17/pace) Strong Neck I ran first thing in the morning today and once again it was cold and quite windy out, though otherwise quite nice once the sun rose. Overall I felt pretty good and enjoyed the run.
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Wednesday March 15th, 2017: 7.5 miles
AM: 0 miles (51:24 min) (7:17/pace)
PM: 7.5 miles Lighthouse I ran in the late afternoon today. It was cold and windy out, but the roads were in much better condition than I expected without much ice. I ran out to the end of Old Field by the lighthouse and it was exhilarating to stand looking out toward the sound with the icy winds blowing in. Surprised at how good I felt on this run.
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