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qualify for the Boston Marathon
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Finish the 13 mile half marathon at disney world in January 2008
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Run a marathon in under 5 hours
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To run a marathon!
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Train for the Utica Boilermaker Race
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Surgeon Testimonial

William Graber
Dr. Graber was an excellent surgeon who provided comprehensive information prior to surgery and answered all of my questions. I was particularly impressed with his follow-up in the hospital. He and his staff made frequent rounds to check my status. It was comforting to know that they were so diligent in monitoring my recovery during the early post-op hours.rnrnAlthough he requires consults with the nutritionist, physical therapist and psychiatrist prior to surgery, there is not a lot of emphasis on a structured aftercare program. He requires patients to attend monthly support groups for four months. Post-op nutrition counseling is not automatically built into the program.
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Need for Speed
posted 2/4/09 4:17 pm

Although I prefer to run outdoors, I've come to appreciate how the treadmill can be a valuable tool in improving my pace.   I've started incorporating regular speed work into my workouts to get used to running faster for a longer period of time.

Today was a 5-miler on the treadmill, including increasing ladder intervals and 400m repeats.  Here's what the workout looked like:
2 miles – 5.9 mph warm-up

4(400m) ladder at 6.2, 6.4, 6.6, 6.8 mph no rest intervals
4(400m) at 8 mph with 200 m RI.

I'm looking forward to meeting with a running coach Saturday to outline a specific training plan to further improve my speed.



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