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Saint George,UT,United States

Member Since:

Jun 03, 2019



Goal Type:

5 K Finish

Running Accomplishments:

1 mile: 5:48 (2014)

2 mile: 13:22 (2014)

3 mile: 19:39.2 (2014)

2x Desert Hills High School Runner of the Week (2013, 2014)

Short-Term Running Goals:

Run 2 miles by the end of June 2019

Run 3 miles by the end August 2019

Be able to run a 5K by Fall 2019

Run 1 mile in 6 min in next 2 years

Run 3 miles in 21 min in next 2 years

Long-Term Running Goals:

Run a 10K

Run a sub 19 min 3 mile

Run a half Marathon

Run a Marathon

Run a sub 5:30 Mile



Birthplace: Wynnewood, PA

Age: 21

Height: 5'10"

Weight: 225 lbs 

High School: Desert Hills High School (Saint George, UT)

College: University of Utah (2018 - Present), Western Colorado University (2016-2018)

CNA(Certified Nursing Assistant)

BLS (Basic Life Support) certified

Hobbies other than runing: Skiing, Guitar, Hiking, Writing Songs, Traveling, Video Games, Watching Movies, etc.



Miles:This week: 0.00 Month: 0.00 Year: 0.00
Green Brooks Lifetime Miles: 14.48
Total Distance

Time: 14m 10s

Distance: 1.5 miles

Pace: 9m 27s


mile 1: 9m 15s

2nd half mile: 4m 55s

Overall run was a bit sluggish. Once again I got a side ache at the first hlf mile but this time IDK why since I didn't drink any water right before. Going slower did help my breathing I probably could have ran further but I decided not to push it to hard. Burned 270 calories today so not bad.

Green Brooks Miles: 1.50
From JD on Fri, Jun 14, 2019 at 10:17:29 from

hey welcome to the blog -

your patient approach to getting back into the running game is impressive, nice job.

the origin of those side stitches is a mystery to me, maybe it's some kind of muscle adapting to the stresses of running.

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