Sunday, February 26, 2012

Oh right, I have a blog...

I'm not sure about y'all, but some days it just seems really hard to write a blog post.  I guess I feel that no one really wants to read about what I'm doing - or not doing - and sometimes it's tough to come up with entertaining posts.  Not that this blog has much entertainment....but I do try to not sound like a complete idiot.  I know I've failed on that a time or two.

Anyhoo, since this is essentially a running blog, I'll start there....
  • Official race photo from Carlsbad Marathon.  I constantly have this smirk? on my face in every race photo.  For the life of me, I have no idea why, it is absolutely hideous, and I don't even know I do this when I run.   
Oh warm weather, how I miss you!
  • The illustrious PW 5k I ran a week after the marathon.  Same crooked smirk - nothing beats consistency, eh?  Now I also have the added perk of a lovely growth on my hip.  Mike, your hip goiter is nothing compared to this sucker!  And, isn't at least one foot suppose to be off the ground when we run?
  • Well, I thought that half marathon from hell in December was the coldest I've ever been in a race.  Oh no, I've manage to one up that race.  On Feb. 12th I ran a half marathon in 8 degrees.  Now, this probably wouldn't have been much of a problem when layered up except that I volunteered at race registration - which was OUTDOORS - for 2 hours before the race.  Aka: I shivered for 2 solid hours, despite popping about 14 hand warmers in every spot I could place them.  When I started the race, I was cold, and I never managed to warm up my core.  If your core is cold, YOU are cold.  Period!  Also got to run up this HILL at about mile 7.5 which had about 6 switchbacks ...  that's where I pretty much decided I was officially done with that race and just sandbagged the rest of it.  Another PW... well, that's not true, the one in December was worse - but not by much.  (notice the progression of more clothing with each race picture?  Um, yeah...and that's a first that I've ever actually kept a headband on my head for an entire race.  It was killing my ears with my headphones and sunglasses on.)

About the only saving grace of this race was that 1) it was actually a very pretty course - or would be if I wasn't shivering to death and could enjoy it, 2) it was very well organized for a first race, and 3) I have some of the best friends ever who came out in this crazy cold weather to cheer me on (and get delicious Mexican food after).
Tara drove about 45 minutes to listen to me whine, Julie's drive a was a tad less; she still got to listen to me whine though.  What awesome friends!
  • I think that's it for race updates, aside from the two I bailed on.  One was a 5k the end of January.  We got a whopping 18" of snow two days before and I didn't relish the idea of twisting my ankle and being on the another DL for 6 months.  Injury purgatory for 2 years was bad enough, I have no desire to descent to the inferno of re-injury.  Fellow post-injured runners understand this implicitly.  The other copped out race was a 5-miler last weekend.  Honestly, I wasn't feeling very hot the few days prior and when I woke up to race it, I knew it'd be a sucky race and I wasn't in the mood to be institutionalized as I knew it'd eat at my psyche.  This whole sloth-like process to get my fitness level back is ... well.... sucky!
  • I had my first official team meeting for the race team I'm running for: Team BRC.  What a great bunch of runners (about 30 of us, I believe).  What I especially love is that we're all at varying abilities from a couple professional tri-athletes to those who are just starting out running.  Here's a few of the freebies I've received from the team and Brooks:
Official team racing singlet; Brooks warm-up jacket; Brooks PureFlow shoes (not pictured: Brooks warm-up pants, running bra and some socks).
  • Anyone wearing the new Brooks PureFlow shoes?  I think I found the new love of my life.  Black isn't my favorite color in running shoes, but I guess I'll suffer though the miles in them beings they were free and all ;) (new color out: Pink.  I'll be all over those for the next pair!!).  Love the lightness and low-heel drop of these babies, plus they are just loaded with some great cushioning.  I have learned the hard way that my feet just need something between them and the pavement.
  • Because I have this little 50k race in a mere 3 weeks in Iowa, I plopped my body on the treadmill today and had one of the better long runs I've had in ... years!  21.4 miles.  And you know what?  I felt AWESOME.  I implemented a run/walk ratio thingie, only because that's how I want to run the 50k since I know my sorry out of shape bod will not be ideally prepared to run 31.something continuous miles in 3 weeks.  So I slowed the pace to a crawl (9:49) and did a 15:2 walk/run.  15 minutes running at 9:49 and then 2 minutes walking.  I've never done this before.  I have a brain dysfunctionalality, you see, and think that if I'm not out there killing myself at mile 1 then why bother and then I end up resorting to something similar to a shuffle at the end.  But the goal of this 50k is to finish, and nothing more, so I read a lot about pacing for a ultra and this walk/run thing was highly suggested if you want to finish strong.  I knew if I did this run on a treadmill, I'd be forced to keep the pace moving and not slow it down.  So that's what I did...and I have to say, aside from my feet being totally pissed at me when I was done, I felt really good.  This was a huge confidence 50k  boost.  Just not sure how I will endure 10 more miles on super angry, tired feet.  But somehow, I will (this angry feet thing has nothing to do with my heel - thankfully  This was just tired "you've been running long enough, Stupid, stop for heaven's sake" feet).

  • I have a 5k next weekend, a 7k the following weekend (love, love, love this race!!) and then...*gasp* that 50k the next weekend.  So yeah, my need for speed work is going to force itself into my running world, finally.  This is probably a good thing.  
  • Finally, my good friend and last year's Pikes Peak buddy, Too Slow for Boston, has put together this incredible running blog database.  I'm very impressed of all the work he's done to it, I'm sure my computer illiterate brain would still have me imputing data for the first entrant, but Jon's up to over 670.  It is the neatest thing ever, I can't believe he's developed such a cool database.  If you want to be a cool kid in the blog world and are not in the database, please contact Jon here to be added:   http://2slow4boston.blogspot.com/
Running Blog Database



In snowshoeing news (because you all knew there was snowshoeing news)....

My son, Ryan, was up in the mountains a couple weekends ago for the high school state snowshoeing championships; several of those on the track team decided to participate and Ryan was all over this ....
He finished 9th overall and 2nd for his team ......
The tall one is Ryan.  The he-man guy in front is our top runner for the school and came in 2nd overall.   Yes, they are wearing Viking hats, their prized prize for placing.  Ryan thought this was the coolest thing on the planet .... he wears that thing around the house constantly!  :)
Yesterday those who placed from the state meet (Ryan!!) headed back to Summit County High School, up in the mountains, and competed in the National High School Snowshoeing competition.  Kids from all over the country were there - I was in total awe that this thing even existed and that Colorado was hosting such an event (next year it's in Bend, Oregon).
Ryan's towards the back in the orange jacket
Ryan knocked 7 minutes off his 5k snowshoe time this week and placed about 14th overall.  So cool!  What a great opportunity for these kids to get involved in snowshoeing, a great pre-season cardiovascular activity (it totally wipes my sorry out of shape butt out).

Of course, since we were off school Monday and Tuesday last week, Ryan wanted to go up to the mountains and practice some of his snowshoe skills to prep for the state meet.  Despite the fact I think I'm still thawing out from that little half marathon mid-February, I'll never pass on an opportunity to borrow a friend's gorgeous condo in Frisco and hit the trails....
Little lung-sucking trail run on day 1.  Gorgeous day!
Snowing a little on day 2 as we started out....
....but that doesn't stop the beauty.


Doesn't everyone end their chilly adventure in the snow for 3 hours with yummy frozen yogurt?  Especially when someone leaves their wallet at the condo and has no way to pay for such deliciousness.  
I think that brings y'all up to date on my exciting boring life.  I will be sure try to update more often...I bet you're all chomping at the bit to see if I can get yet another PW at my 5k next weekend.  I know I am!  :)

Until next time...

Run strong, my friends!

P.S.  My friend took the picture on my header, it's near Mayflower Gulch in the high country, where they winter camped.  My other son, Brendan, was suppose go to with them, but bailed because he wanted to go to the school dance with his date.  It's really tough living in Colorado sometimes!  ;)

153 comments:

Alma said...

Ok, in that first photo - - did you not notice your fantastic quads & calf muscles?! Lovely!
Winter is such a difficult time to train & race with the crazy weather. Hopefully things will improve when you don't have to face the risk of 18" of overnight snow.
So, I'm wanting to pull the trigger on some PureProject shoes but keep putting it off b/c I don't "need" new shoes right now. Not sure I can hold out much longer...

Jeff Gallup said...

Love the header picture! Yep.. living in Colorado is tough :-). I just saw something on the PureProject shoes.. how much of a drop do they have? just curious.. thanks!

mighty termitey said...

i just got back from Vail today - i love your state. the skiing was fantastic!
love your photos as always, jill.
xo

Karen said...

I thought I was the only wierdo that did the cold food after a cold run. Hubby and I often went out for ice cream after winter running in Alaska. Everyone thought we were nuts, but it is so yummy!

Char said...

Good job on the 21+ miles on the treadmill. Anyone who can run any distance on a treadmill has my undying admiration. I just don't have the mental endurance or the coordination. And good luck with all your races coming up - especially the 50k.

Raina said...

Your new header is BEAUTIFUL. I got a sneak peak the other day before you posted this. :)

Fantastic job to Ryan! I love races with viking gear...I think you might have seen me in one of those? Bravo for such a great job in the snowshoes.

So--- the pathetic races...well, the smirk is called race-breathing, I think :). Put em behind you. Summer's coming and it looks like you are on your way to a great 50k! 9:49 is not a snail's pace, IMO. And on a TM? Crazy lady!

I love your race gear!!! I have only tried on the pureflows. I would buy a pair if I didn't have the gravel to contend with. I might still get a pair and just try to drive to the pavement :). They sure are comfy.

Johann said...

Agree! Lovely header pic! Nice photos Jill! I also don't know how and when I do what is shown on my race photos. Great tread mill run...hardcore for sure! Who had dinner with EMZ...? You'll be good for the 50k. All the best with the prep! BTW, I mailed you some SA reading a while back.

Adrienne said...

Great "race face"! All good rock stars have them:)( just watch John Mayer play guitar some time)

I hope your upcoming 50k is awesome-If you can do 21.4 on a 'mill, I think you've got the mental fortitude to get it done!

Mark said...

Great post! I think you are running great!

Matthew Smith said...

Hilarious! You had me seriously cracking up with "the growth on my hip" and both feet on the ground at the same time. I know EXACTLY how you feel. In fact, when I know I'm getting a picture taken, I high step it through there because it looks like I"m shuffling if I don't.

Way to go on a huge run on the dreadmill! That's great! I saw it on facebook and was seriously impressed. You're going to do great at the 50k.

Ryan is a stud. Good for him for doing so well.

Keep up the good work!

Mamarunsbarefoot said...

Nice legs!!!!!! Wow for someone who was so sidelined you sure are rockin this running now! So happy for you!!xxoo

Kandi said...

I had no idea that high schools had snowshoeing! How fun! I guess we didn't have enough snow for such sports growing up.

misszippy said...

The header is beautiful, indeed!

You look mean and strong in the Carlsbad pic--way to go! You are doing really well, Jill. Very excited for your 50k. If you can do that long of a run on the treadmill, you've got the mental toughness part down.

Love the snowshoeing team pic!

Marlene said...

Who's looking at the smirk? Check out those leg muscles!!!

I am cold just thinking about sitting outside for 2 hours in that weather before running. Good for you volunteering, because that sounds just miserable!

Congrats to Ryan - sounds like he is really thriving! The snowshoeing is so cool.

Tasha @Healthy Diva said...

I always take not so flattering race photos also. UGH. I look like hell in 90% of them! Can't wait to hear about your 50K- you will do awesome! Currently I am expected my new Brooks Pure Cadence tomorrow- so freaking excited to try them out!

GZ said...

Your feet ain't gonna be tired for that 50k, as you have now trained them otherwise.

Brian said...

I've got a race photo that I really like, but that I cropped my feet out of because they were both firmly on the ground at looked like I was standing still.

I have no idea how it happened because while I died in that race and did a fair amount of walking from mile 22 on, I was "sprinting" to the finish at the time the photo was taken! :-)

I don't know how you stand these long treadmill runs! Great job!

2 Slow 4 Boston said...

Looks like others have already noticed, but that pic you don't like; the first thing I saw was that awesome muscle tone.

I don't plan on ever running a half marathon in 8º weather. You got more balls than me. No wonder you had a bad race, between volunteering before the race, the 8º temps, and not wearing gloves in the pic, I'm surprised you didn't turn into an ice sculpture.

BTW, thanks for the kind words and the mention of the database.

Christi said...

You are amazing girl! Keep up the good work.

Teamarcia said...

OMG school dances and DATES?? Aaaaah I'm not prepared for that kind of thing yet it's coming so fast!
I think time up in the mountains snowshoeing beats any kind of racing in this silly weather.
Did not realize your ultra was coming so fast--you are more than ready--I know it--I just hope the conditions aren't ridiculous.
They didn't get any pics of me in Carlsbad until the finish. You know...because I was just a blur...haha!
xoxo

Molly said...

aahhhhhhh. thank you for once again letting me live vicariously through you as I look at your beautiful photos : )

holy cow, you're going to rock that 50k!!!!

HappyTrails said...

I am loving the frozen yogurt and the multi colored candies and white chocolate drops in the background - and yes, cold after being in the cold is the way to go. You NEED the lovely pinkish red Flows - absolutely for sure! Enjoyed all of the pics - thanks for taking the time to post them. :-)

Kate said...

Your pictures are SO beautiful! I'm very jealous since all we've had here forever is browwwwn. It's pretty in its own way, but c'mon.

I was thinking of you and your 50K yesterday as I slogged my way through my worst slowest 11 mile "run" ever. What the hell am I thinking signing up for this thing??? And WHY???

I'm very jealous of your race gear and shoes. I'm dragging out my road and my trail shoes, both of which are over a year old and in need of replacement. Ugh. If it starts raining money, I'm going to be outside in a heartbeat.

Glad to hear from you. Your "boring" sounds awfully darn busy to me!

DRog said...

as usual
great photos!
and nice running u have goin on!
you guys are always doing such awesome stuff
love the PureProject...get some PureGrits for those CO trails!

SupermomE12 said...

For the record, I love hearing about what you are doing and not doing, and honestly, not many people get good race pics. Yours are pretty great actually! :)

I train and race exclusively in PureFlows and have since October. Here is my super detailed review if you are interested
http://seemomrunfar.blogspot.com/2011/10/review-of-brooks-pureflow-running-shoes.html

And GO RYAN! That is awesome!

Caroline said...

this looks like paradise to me, the Canadian who lives in California and who HATES the heat.

Brooks...I am in brooks now..Ravenna 2 is the name. Much better for me than my super bulky Wave Inspire Mizunos. I tried the Pure Cadence yesterday..loved them, they did not have the Pure Flow in my size, I dont know if those would be ok for me...the Cadence hace a little more "stability" in them...I dont know what to do. I dont want to get shoes that will be wrong again..makes me feel so guilty.

50k!!!! wow....this will be epic!

You look strong in your Carlsbad pic.,want to see a bad running pic go to my blog...I have one that could be named : death of the Canadian runner!!!!

Ewa said...

I am tired just reading about all your races, about your son's snowshoe race, your treadmill... c'mon girl, slow down!!! Gosh, you are one tough cookie.
So I guess I'll up my miles... I know, I know I have Pikes Peak to train for... I'll start tomorrow... for sure. :-)

Are you patting yourself on the back? You should.

(OK, this is the last time I am going to comment on my iphone. It keeps correcting me when I don't need it)

Jess @ Blonde Ponytail said...

So many things to comment on! One, CO is BEAUTIFUL! So much to do! You have been running so well and top it off with 21.4 on the TM?! WOW! Is this your first ultra? I wanna snow shoe!

bobbi said...

It's so so pretty there. Especially to a snow lover like me...

And dude. 21.4 on the mill? You are MORE than ready for that ultra!

ajh said...

That new header is gorgeous! Love it!
I cannot imagine a 50K! You will rock it. You have come so far since all that horrible heel peskiness. Well peskiness is much too mild a word for it but you know what I mean.
I can't imagine racing on snowshoes. That must be hard. Like the pics of Ryan.
And yes once you are cold it is very hard to get warm. Hate that feeling.

Julie said...

Jill! So glad to see the update! Yea for you son and the snowshoeing! How cool! It looks just beautiful up there.

Can't believe that run on the TM! Yea you!

Anne said...

You certainly are making up for all the lost time when you were injured last year. I like the smirk. You look so committed.

Mike said...

Love the race pics and the crooked smirk :-). Sorry, but I think my hip goiter has you beat. Did you mean to like to my race pics om my name? Oh, I hate running/racing cold too. Good idea with the hand warmers.

Killer long treadmill run. That takes a lot of mental toughness!

Impressive your son did so well in the snow shoe races!

Amanda@runninghood said...

Love love the new header. I love how you change things up on here. :) A 50k doesn't surprise me at all with you. So cool. And I really like my flows now that I've spent more time in them. They feel so smooth. Not sure I'll race my marathon in them but probably going to try them out in a 10k soon.

The Green Girl said...

It was good to catch up with you this week, girl. So glad the Runs on the Run thing is working out for you. ::hugs::

lindsay said...

Thanks for all the PW's and sexy race photos! You sure know how to make me feel better. ;) always good to hear from you.

Jenn said...

Oh Jill! So good to see a post from you. I read this yesterday right away a couple of times!

You have me laughing out loud poking fun at yourself. I do this all the time. I will say that your leg muscles far overshadow the smirk on your face:)

I am familiar with snowshoeing! I have a friend up here who is snowshoeing some of her Boston training right now. Congrats to Ryan!!

I have the pink and black Pureflows. They sure are cushy for how light they are.

Awesome treadmill run Jill!! I would love to run a 50K! An adventurous beautiful trail 50K. This would be a dream for me! One day. Hope it goes awesome for you! Good luck on the 5K next weekend!

I'm totally understanding and relating to the "Oh right, I have a blog" title but I sure do enjoy catching up with you:)

TX Runner Mom said...

Great post and pics! So happy to catch up!

pensive pumpkin said...

I'm struggling with the mental aspects of six miles right now, so this post just fills me with awe for about eight million reasons.

Which should really be enough reasons for you to post more. Eight million, Jill. ; )

Aimee said...

The weather here has been so crazy...I miss the warm weather too! I have been wanting to do some weekend races, but always chicken out b/c of the cold! I'm hoping to do the Dam Run 13.1 this weekend, but we'll see!

Woohoo on your long run! That is so awesome!

Anonymous said...

Hi Jill: how did you get involved in a running team? I would LOVE to join a team here in the Vancouver/Portland area. Thank you!

Tara said...

That's not a smirk on your face, that's a "get me off this effin course already" look!

You already know I think you are crazy for the 21.4 miles on the treadmill, so I won't go into that, but you are so going to be ready for your 50K next month! I can't wait to hear about it and I really wish I could be there to "pace" you.

I've never snowshoed, but I want to! Maybe I will go with you one of these days.

Abby @ Have Dental Floss, Will Travel said...

Jill, I'm with you - I'm having the hardest time blogging these days! But I'm glad to hear your life is just as full as ever, even if you're not finding the time to write about it :)

Terzah said...

You know I *love* those black shoes! :^)

You are an animal. I'm so excited for your 50K. You are going to do great. I'm just continually impressed by your endurance. Lots of slow-twitch muscle fibers in those legs of yours....The only thing I feel bad about was that I couldn't come help cheer through that chilly half like Tara and Julie.

Your son rocks! I haven't ever tried a snowshoe race. Definitely on the bucket list....

Katie @ Will Race for Carbs said...

Sorry it took me so long to get here, so behind in blog reading!! But I saw you updated and had to make sure I got here!! I love your updates and I don't know what you are talking about because you always entertain me!

Your son is awesome! Snow shoeing is so hard and I couldn't even imagine how hard running in snow shoes would be.

Feb 12th was freezing. Like cold on a whole new level! Yikes!

I was thinking about running of the green. If I go I will have to let you know so I can finally meet you, and if my husband ever stops working Saturdays I will have to come out for a brc run.

Emz said...

you
are
soooooooooooooooooo
my
hero.

Freaking love you woman.
Always there for your little AZ friend.

I am so thankful for our friendship.

Irene said...

There needs to be a class in how to cheese it up for race photographers. My husband and AKA Alice have that down to an art form. They both have great and joyful race photos. My last race, a 10k, I look like I want to die in EVERY photo. Thank goodness for post race photo ops with friends. :)

Keep us posted about those new kicks. I'm always looking for my next great love.

Gorgeous photos!

Neon Blonde Runner said...

Congrats to your son with his snowshoe accomplishments! Didn't know that was a high school sport, we certainly don't have it in Virginia...

And WOW i can't imagine running in a race that cold...

And PS your legs look GREAT in your race photos, check out those quads/calfs!

Julie Arts said...

I also can't keep up with blogging lately - Ack!!!! I miss it! and everyone involved.

I volunteered at a 1/2 marathon last year that was so cold I think it was seriously the coldest I've ever been. As a runner, I will never again not COMPLETELY appreciate every single volunteer out there!

I'm totally on a froyo kick right now. Samoa and Dulce de Leche mixed together with Heath Bar crumbles on top. YUM!

I like your face - smirky or not :-)

Bubble Boy said...

You are ahead of me in the long run department! I have not ran longer than 13 miles since Surf City. I am going to die! Maybe I will get in a 16 miler this weekend. My hip is better, I ran 6 miles tonight. I see ART Chiro tomorrow.

Congrats to son with snow shoe STATE! I would like to borrow Viking Hat sometime, it is stylin!

Suz and Allan said...

Wow, you all have been quite busy! Congrats to your son!

Black Knight said...

Welcome back, we missed your posts and all the beautiful pictures.
More than 21 miles on a treadmill deserve a lot of admiration. You are super!
Good luck for the 5km tomorrow.

Suzy said...

I love reading your blog! Breaks are fine, but don't stay away for too long because we really do want to read what you have to write.

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