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Location:

Cedar Hills,Ut,USA

Member Since:

Feb 11, 2015

Gender:

Male

Goal Type:

NCAA Champ

Running Accomplishments:

PRS

400 - 54
800 - 1:57.04
1600 - 4:14.47
3200 - 9:07
3 mile: 15:15
5k: 15:26

Short-Term Running Goals:

Get back into the groove of running!

Long-Term Running Goals:

Run a Marathon
Compete at Nationals in college

 

Personal:

Graduated from the good old LP! I am attending BYU after a 2 year LDS mission in Argentina!  

Favorite Blogs:

Miles:This week: 10.11 Month: 57.96 Year: 1136.78
Bike Lifetime Miles: 128.49
Pegs 36 Lifetime Miles: 308.59
Vomero #2 Lifetime Miles: 190.91
Flats Lifetime Miles: 57.40
Vomero 1 Lifetime Miles: 422.40
Vomero 13 Lifetime Miles: 0.00
Hoka Clifton Lifetime Miles: 119.38
Race: Thankful 5k (super slippery on the trail) (3.107 Miles) 00:15:50, Place overall: 1, Place in age division: 1
Slow milesFast milesTotal Distance
5.253.118.36

Fun turkey trot. Some guy took it out at like 4:50 pace for a good while, so I was a little behind him cuz I wasn't wanting to go all out, then he slowed and I just kept the same pace and got the lead, and then just held it on the way in. I felt really good, it was super slick though so it wasn't that fast. But fun stuff. 

Vomero 1 Miles: 8.35
Comments
From Eva Splaine on Thu, Nov 28, 2019 at 17:48:45 from 108.61.201.170

Way to go Zack!!

What are you going to be running during the track season?

From Eugene on Thu, Nov 28, 2019 at 20:14:16 from 174.223.128.220

nice job dude! eva i have it under good authority hes running the 200m

From Zack on Fri, Nov 29, 2019 at 11:11:16 from 174.23.150.159

I think I'm gonna do the 3k or 5k in indoor track, and then i'm deciding between the 5k 10k and steeplechase for outdoor.

From Eva Splaine on Fri, Nov 29, 2019 at 14:41:28 from 108.61.201.170

Wow!! The steeplechase would be exciting, and if you ran 3K indoors it would get you speed-ready for the steeplechase. However, how would your back hold up to all of the jumping??

I hope you back gets better soon.

I have a couple of weeks left of competitive running and then I don't know what I will do. Probably I will just become a hobby jogger.

From Zack on Sat, Nov 30, 2019 at 11:50:21 from 66.219.235.87

I feel like my back would do better with the steeple, it never has hurt with soccer, basketball, or anything else, just long fast running, so maybe the jumping wouldn't be bad.

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