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Saturday, August 25, 2007

AC 100 Training Run - Shortcut to Windsor 40+ Miles

Jay Anderson, Robert Schipsi, Chris Jensen, BFT

Did this same training run last year (see blog entry here). This year seemed to be better. I did not get as tired. We added a little mileage by going down to Henninger Flats for water. The water at Millard was flowing much better than in June.

I ran several of the uphill sections barefoot. The toughest section for me is after Sam Merrill aid station all the way to the switchbacks leading into Millard.

Jay lead us through the last section at speed. It was nice to see that we could still move after 10+ hours.

BFT

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2 Comments:

Blogger Pieter said...

Hi Ted, any specific reason to choose the FiveFingers instead of the huaraches?

BTW: what an incredible distances you guys run, I can only dream of that!

BTW 2: you are lucking to live & run in such a beautiful landscape! Is it dry all year round, or is there a wet season?

Wednesday, August 29, 2007

 
Blogger Barefoot Ted said...

I wore my FiveFingers Sprints because I knew that they would not break. I was on a night run with 3 other runners. I did not want to be repairing huaraches on the trail at night.

Los Angeles has nice weather all year long, that's why everyone wants to live here.

BFT

Wednesday, August 29, 2007

 

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