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St. George,UT,United States

Member Since:

Feb 07, 2017



Goal Type:

Highschool Champ

Running Accomplishments:

3rd overall for the rootbear mile

17:11            5k 

5:00.17         mile   

16:16         2.95 miles



Short-Term Running Goals:

Run varisty and win a state title

Gain friendships 

Enjoy live






Long-Term Running Goals:

Stay running out of highschool

Learn to love the pain

Run in the boston marathon!



Hope that running picture of myslef made you laugh! It's the most attractive one I could find haha! I have a twin brother that looks nothing like me because he was hit by a bus when he was a kid. Its a true story ask him. Not married yet. Love to play everysport besides water polo! Love Life!

Miles:This week: 0.00 Month: 0.00 Year: 0.00
Pegasus 33 Lifetime Miles: 228.48
Orange Pegasus 33 Lifetime Miles: 422.69
Race: region championship (3 Miles) 00:16:07, Place overall: 22
Easy MilesMarathon Pace MilesThreshold MilesVO2 Max MilesTotal Distance

I could blog about the excuse that have come to my mind about todays race or the fact that I failed the team but im not going to. Todays race just plain sucked but it is over and there is only one thing that I can do, FIX THE PROBLEM!!

I have worked my butt of this season. I have been dedicated and have gone to every single morning practice this year. I have been eating better to improve my health and my performance. I have found the wall and I have broken it before. I have pushed myself in training more this year then I have ever pushed myself in anything else in life. I have made running my life day and night for the past 7 months.I love this sport. I AM READY TO WIN A STATE TITLE!

Doudts have been in my mind alot about my performace and nerves have hit before races more then they have ever hit before lately. But its time to let those doudts turn into motivation and nerves turn into confedence. All of the things in the past paragraph is what I have accomplished and it is what has built me into the runner that I am.

No more nerves. No more doubts.


  • I am more confident about myself then I have ever been
  • No more safety pads. When I flip, Im flipping for the win.

Night Sleep Time: 9.00Nap Time: 0.50Total Sleep Time: 9.50Weight: 0.00Calories: 0.00
From Glory in the long run on Fri, Oct 13, 2017 at 09:57:08 from

There's no doubt that as you continue your running career you will have breakthroughs and setbacks. And sometimes they'll come when you least expect it. Given your past races, this race wasn't a horrible race, it was a moment along your journey. It's true that you have to overcome your doubts and nerves, and you do that by positive self-talk, and also the assurance that your training is where it needs to be. Seems like you've got both of those.

My small piece of advice would be that you can expect breakthroughs, but you can't expect them in every race. The 5K especially is not a race that you can run hard at every other week. You need to pick your moments. Stay calm, stay poised, stay focused.

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