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#ProjectAdam: Trying to train

Posted by Elizabeth Comeau  January 24, 2013 08:03 AM

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The Adams and I are well in to our training for our upcoming 5K at this point. However, I think some of us are taking this training thing more seriously than others.

One of my goals this year was to run a faster 5K pace, so, I've been using this race with the boys as the perfect reason to push harder during my shorter runs.

Despite the cold, I've had some success. Sure there are days I'd like to go at an even quicker pace, but I've come a long way from it taking me 36.05 to run 3.1 miles to it taking me 28 and some change.


As for the Adams, well, I'll let the photos and tweets speak for themselves.
First this from last night from 12:

I'm hoping that means he's starting to make some progress with his runs, because the last time I checked in on him, this is what I found:


As for Adam Salsman. Well, he clearly gets a gold star in this whole endeavor:

Tune in to Adam 12's show at 2 p.m. today to hear more about how we are all doing.

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