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Location:

Lehi,UT,USA

Member Since:

Dec 26, 2014

Gender:

Male

Goal Type:

Other

Running Accomplishments:

High School:

800- 2:08

1600- 4:41

3200- 10:09

3 Mile- 16:17

5000- 16:58 

10k- 37:14 (half marathon split)

Half Marathon-1:25:20

Post Mission:

Half Marathon- 1:25:52 (AF Half)

Full Marathon- 3:09:02 (St George)

Bench press- 255 lbs (lol)

Short-Term Running Goals:

2018 St. George Marathon

Marathon sub-3:00

Half Marathon sub 1:20

Make enough money to stay alive and try my best not to fail all of my classes.

Long-Term Running Goals:

Come to races as a competitor, stay strong and healthy, be as consistent as possible, keep improving.

Marathon sub-2:30

Half Marathon sub-1:07

Bench press- 350

Marry a smokin hot babe in the Copenhagen Denmark temple, have 8 kids, make an absurd amount of money, Become polynesian, make the cover of Men's Health magazine, win Mr. Olympia, break 200 mph in my Lamborghini, get featured on Jimmy Fallon, beat all of Ed Whitlock's age group world records, die in some spectacular manner, have Chadwick Boseman conduct my funeral in a Wakandan accent.

 

Personal:

Matt Todd, @sirmatthewtodd on instagram or twitter.

I currently attend BYU majoring in pre-management. I have a girlfriend serving a mission in Columbia, SC. I am a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (by choice), and I served in Calgary, Canada from June 2015 to June 2017.

I happen to be a gifted freestyle rapper, french toast eater, and armwrestler.

 

 

Favorite Blogs:

Miles:This week: 0.00 Month: 22.00 Year: 509.19
Adidas Energy Boost 2 Lifetime Miles: 661.37
New Balance LD5000 Lifetime Miles: 20.05
Adidas Energy Boost 2 ESM Lifetime Miles: 374.53
Nike Pegasus 32 Lifetime Miles: 559.00
Nike Pegatron 35 Lifetime Miles: 260.77
Race: Distance Challenge (0.497 Miles) 00:02:10
Total Distance
9.00

Distance Challenge today was pretty sick, Shout out to Davis for putting that on. I warmed up a mile with my friends racing the 1600 and then watched them kill it with connor, sean, and thomas coming in at 4:31, 4:32, and 4:33. It was insane. Then I cooled down with them for another 2 miles and got ready for my 800.

I ran in the 3rd heat which was right around where I'm at, but the pace was kind of slow the first lap. I was playing things a little bit conservatively and never made it up on the second lap. I finished very tired and felt like I had ran as hard as I could but I really wanted a 2:08. I don't know my official time, but it was somewhere around 2:10 or 2:11 and it looks like that's as good as it's going to get for indoor. 

My 3200 was pretty hard and again I wasn't quite into it. It was less than a half hour after my 800 and I was noticeably fatigued. I basically just survived through it and ended at around 10:28. It was faster than my last one, but I really just need to have a meet where I can focus on the 2 mile and I think I can do much better than that. shout out to Sean for his third place 9:47 time and to Brock on his first ever two mile in around 11:20.

We have an intense week of training to look forward to and many more to come as I approach the huge PRs of outdoor. Indoor has been cool, but I'm ready to get things going for real now. Oh and shout out to me for seeing @Sarah! in real life today and congrats to all who had good races. 

Adidas Energy Boost 2 Miles: 6.50New Balance LD5000 Miles: 2.50
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