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Pikes Peak Ascent training – week 4 0

Pikes Peak Ascent training – week 4

The¬†previous week’s log is here. Week 4 has the same schedule as week 3 – five easy runs and two off days. After this, we get into the different tempo and speed work sessions....

Pikes Peak Ascent training – week 3 0

Pikes Peak Ascent training – week 3

Week 3 has the same schedule as week 2 (previous week’s post here) – five easy runs and two off days. And both of the Hanson’s strategies (half and full) have the same distances...

Pikes Peak Ascent training – Week 2 0

Pikes Peak Ascent training – Week 2

The week 1 post is here. Week 2 is five EASY RUNs with Monday and Wednesday off on both the Hanson Half and Full/Beginner training plans. This is the same basic schedule through Week 4...

Pikes Peak Ascent training – Week 1 0

Pikes Peak Ascent training – Week 1

For those interested, the introductory strategy post (A Hopefully Logical Approach to the Insanity of Running up a Mountain) is at the link. As I described in that post, I’m going to follow the...

Pikes Peak Ascent – A Hopefully Logical Approach to the Insanity of Running up a Mountain 1

Pikes Peak Ascent – A Hopefully Logical Approach to the Insanity of Running up a Mountain

The one word email response I received from my brother, he of the many marathons include Boston and others, states the reaction of most when I inform them I have signed up for the...

Vanilla Ride: A Hap and Leonard novel by Joe R. Lansdale 0

Vanilla Ride: A Hap and Leonard novel by Joe R. Lansdale

I’m not as glad to see a new Hap and Leonard novel as I am to be able to read Lansdale’s excellent dialog between these two and with anyone else that gets in their...

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