Manhattan Weekend Run

Route: 22 miles with plenty of points to stop for those doing less. Start at the TWC, head west to Riverside Park South, then south to Chambers Street, back north to Pier I Cafe (approximately 72nd), up the hill to Riverside Blvd., east on 66th to CPW, north to 72nd and into the park for one four mile loop, then the six mile loop, culminating by heading east on the 72nd Street Transverse and then clockwise on east drive all the way to Columbus Circle.

Reminder: Please post your pace and expected distance when RSVPing.

 

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  • Joy

    I had train issues- was super late. Sorry!

    March 23, 2013

  • Henrietta Aitken

    Hey everyone I'm running late as I forgot to charge my Garmin last night - I'll wait for you on the West Side Highway at 42nd St and will pick up with you there!

    March 23, 2013

  • Yosuke Matsumura

    Sorry, not feeling well

    March 23, 2013

  • Joy

    Hi! I've run with the DW out here in Brooklyn, but am going to make the trek out there! I need to do 15 at about 8:20, focus on negative splits.

    March 22, 2013

  • Sky

    10-12 @ 8:30-9

    March 19, 2013

  • Kaitlyn Kiernan

    10-12 mi. @ 8:15ish

    March 18, 2013

  • Henrietta Aitken

    8 miles @ approx. 8min/mile

    March 18, 2013

  • Daniela A.

    12-14 for me. 9:00ish pace

    March 17, 2013

  • David Parkinson

    In Boston for long run.

    March 15, 2013

  • Scott B.

    Weekend runs are always defined by the run leaders and the distance may vary according to their plans. That said, here are some recommended workouts for the weekend of March 23-24...

    BOSTON marathoners: 22M @ progression run pace
    NEW JERSEY marathoners: 18M @ 5% slower than marathon pace
    BROOKLYN HALF competitors: 11-14M @ progression run pace
    SCOTLAND 10K competitors: 10-12M @ progression run pace
    IF BUILDING A BASE: 6-9M @ easy or long run pace

    Long run pace is slightly faster than easy, but is still 45-60 seconds/mile slower than marathon goal pace (or your estimated goal pace if you were training for a marathon). 5% slower than marathon pace is 18-30 seconds per mile slower than your goal pace. Progression run pace starts at long run pace for the first half -- but the second half gradually accelerates to marathon pace (for marathoners) or half marathon pace (for everyone else).

    March 14, 2013

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