Supporting running in the metro Richmond area
-now, how abut those holiday pound and resolutions.....................
-detention run, 6p
-rivah run, 6a
-bpg bike ride
-the first tgif of the year
-bpg group runs, 7a
-long run, tba
-bpg bike ride (registration is open for thunder ridge)
as usual, what did i botch?
I need 12 this weekend, so I plan to run with the Saturday morning group as far as the water stop & then break off & run my own wacky route. I'm slow but if you need the extra miles feel free to join me! See you Saturday :)
I need to do 14, so I can join you for some extra miles. I've been on my own for my long runs the last 2 weekends - I'd love the company.
I'm for either 12 or 14. If you don't mind me tagging along. Do you have a route in mind? I mapped this: http://www.mapmyrun.com/routes/view/63038092 It is 12.5 miles and crosses the Huguenot Bridge. Anyone know if that is doable/advisable with the construction?
I need to keep my long runs pretty flat per the PT. Just so long as it doesn't have too many hills.
Thanks Ralph. I can't get map links to open up right on this computer. I think I need to do something flatter, if you don't mind. My ankles were bothering me some as I ran out at Deep Run Park today (though I enjoyed running the trails).
Ralph, from what I've heard, it is possible to cross the Huguenot, although you may need to run on the sidewalk on the east side. You'll have to go single file, so it's not really work-able for a large group, but a few folks should be okay.
Thanks for the info Karen. I appreciate it.
I mapped something pretty flat since I'm training for Shamrock... from the water stop on our usual route, keep going up Three Chopt to Patterson, to Westmoreland, over to Monument, down to Belvidere across to Cary, and back up that way. I'd post the link but I don't have it saved :( I think that one is 14 total. I've got a 12 miler similar course mapped as well. We can chat about it in the morning?