June 27, 2009 Run for Logan

Sunday, April 12, 2009

Running (Week 17) march 9-14th


"Champions aren't made in the gyms. Champions are made from something they have deep inside them -- a desire, a dream, a vision."
Muhammad Ali


I apologize for being so behind on my posts. Between training, looking for a condo and work....I have been running (literally) from one thing to the next. These posts will be coming more consistantly now though. Thanks for hanging in there with me. Things are going well in the running world. It is amazing how quickly the race is coming.... I have a large "year by month" calendar on the wall in my office and I am reminded of the date every day! :) Crazy! My friend Robin and her sister are running the half marathon, a girl I went to highschool with is running the full, my parent's know someone running the race...... pretty exciting!
Logan update: All of Logan's scans came back clear (sigh of relief!) and Logan has been cancer free for one year!!!!! Congratulations Logan! I smile whenever I see his pictures.... Amazing how someone who has been through so much can always have a smile on his face!
The picture above is of the San Clemente pier. The majority of my running these days is on the beach trail ... not a terrible view, eh? Lets take a look at week 17-
Monday: 4 miles, 30 min swim
Tuesday: 7 miles
Wednesday: 0 miles (rest, rest , rest!)
Thursday: 6 miles, 30 min swim
Friday: 0 miles
Saturday: 12 miles (ain't too shabby!)
Weekly Total: 29 miles, 60 min swim
Total Training: 259 miles, 280 min swim
Neuroblastoma Fact #13: Neuroblastoma has been called the "great masquerader" because its symptoms mimic so many other diseases.

1 Comments:

Anonymous brooks beast said...

"Champions aren't made in the gyms. Champions are made from something they have deep inside them -- a desire, a dream, a vision." - this is so true. Being a champion doensn't depends on where do you had your practice, or who was your trainer, it's in your heart, it will alwyas depend in you.
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chudson

August 31, 2010 at 7:40 PM  

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