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Hard days are when soldiers are made. My addiction to @sltnyc has reached epic levels. My abs love to hate you @jaylates. (at Slt Soho)
Scarlett Johansson in Glamour USA magazine May 2014 issue.
Before her shocking 2nd place finish and fastest time ever for an American woman at the Boston Marathon in 2011, Desiree Davila made waves with a fairly epic YouTube in which she crushed a workout prescribed by her coach as a “Boston simulator”, running marathon pace for 26.2 kilometers on a course that mimicked the particular challenge of Boston’s 16 miles of gradual downhill before the race slams you face first into a series of uphill rollers that culminate in the infamous Heartbreak Hill at mile 20. As far as final preparations go, the simulator is an exercise in mental preparation as much as physical. There’s a route here at Muhheakantuck that comes close to all that, heading out from my town to cross the Hudson and descend for several miles to the river’s edge on the other side until—bam! bam! bam!—a series of gut busting climbs at the 10 mile (16k) mark. I ran it yesterday as my final long run before the big dance, going over all my systems, fine tuning the fueling and hydration, practicing control and discipline over the early miles and relaxation on the hills, remembering lessons learned in Newton last year and thinking of the road from Hopkinton to Boylston Street even as signs of spring finally came to the Hudson River Valley, bros speeding by in mudded out jacked up Wranglers blasting trap music, high school girls catcalling with the taste of prom and graduation on their tongues, the dead raccoon still on the roadside where @gersonperson and I passed it a few weeks ago, running past slanted, tilting homes “all spec house and plywood”, the drab colossus of a power plant, and the proud deserted church with tv the slate roof now glinting a bit brighter in the sun. These are the roads Eva Sakellarides shot for her short film MILES but yesterday was a solo effort, no cameras, no crew. Of course, we never run alone: I logged these miles with the @nikerunning app, and on Monday 21 April in Boston—and nationwide—@nike will contribute $1 for every mile run and recorded with the app in a donation to the Challenged Athletes Foundation to support victims of last year’s tragic bombing by firstrun http://ift.tt/OYhrz7