The Playlist that Wasn’t.

Yeah, so remember that time when I worked on a 4+ hour Marathon playlist and my mp3 player decided to stop working at Mile 14?

"The music is in my head"

Well, it really wasn’t too bad.  I mean, running without music is no big, but racing – kinda a different story!  Luckily for me, I was able to entertain myself with random thoughts and inner dialogue.  But if you aren’t as imaginative crazy as me, here are some suggestions that came from all around the interwebz, my iTunes and previous running mixes that would eventually become my #RunRichmond playlist:

So, there ya have it, 79 songs = 4.8 hours of a randomness.  A majority of these tracks will make the transition over to my next training cycle, but some will be moved/updated as necessary.

What kind of music do you prefer to run to? Does it match your ‘usual’ preferred genre?

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2 thoughts on “The Playlist that Wasn’t.

  1. The same thing happened to me in July. I stayed up late the night before my night marathon working on my playlist. My iPod died 12 miles into the race. I wasn’t a happy camper as I missed out on precious sleep. BUT it wasn’t as bad as I thought it would be. Just made me a little flustered.

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