So I am going to start training for the Turkey Trot, which is a 4 mile run that takes place Thanksgiving morning (Procrastination, I know).  I guess they started doing this so that people don’t feel so bad after eating so much Thanksgiving dinner because they already had a morning workout.  I’m not going to lie.  I’m doing it so that I can eat more pumpkin pie.  :)

Anyway, so as I start this training, I feel the need to bust out the Nike Plus gear.  I haven’t used it in quite a while, so I’ll have to make sure it is all working properly.  I’ll be going for a run later this evening and you’ll be able to track my progress on the sidebar of the blog.  I know you will be scratching your collective heads after looking at my numbers, but don’t worry, they will be correct.  I am just in that bad of shape.  :(

-Dave Q.

2 Responses to “Training for the Trot”

  • I think I’ve ran 3 or 4 miles in the last month for my training, so you’re ahead of me. My goal is simply to finish it without passing out. What’s your goal?

  • Dave Q.:

    Goal? Simple, really. My goal is to finish in the least amount of pain possible. And then to throw down on some pumpkin pie.

    I know, I know. I’m reaching for the stars. :)

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