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In the last 7 days:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Running3 3:06:13 23.23(8:01) 37.39(4:59) 44
  Strength1 30:00
  Total4 3:36:13 23.23 37.39 44
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Friday Mar 24 #

4 PM

Running 59:22 [3] 12.32 km (4:49 / km) +15m 4:47 / km
ahr:161 max:178 shoes: Hoka Bondi 4

Out right after work to beat the rain and make sure that if I wimp out this weekend cuz of same that I at least did X. I did. X.

Wednesday Mar 22 #

Strength 30:00 [3]

Holy smoke I'm a weakling. Gawd. Well, every thousand mile journey begins with some pathetic planks and pissweak chest press garbage blah blah etc etc. I'm not a scientist but I think this is probably because I ate Australian food on vacation.



Tuesday Mar 21 #

5 PM

Running 47:47 [3] 10.02 km (4:46 / km) +13m 4:44 / km
ahr:168 max:184 shoes: Hoka Bondi 4

There we go. Synced now because nothing at all has changed.

Garmin says my 48 minute 10 k with zero climb is an aerobic effort and that it's a 4.9 out of five and that I'm overreaching. Ima overreach right over to a level 5.1 slap on its smug face if garmin keeps talking to me like that. It's all good cop bad cop all the time. Ohhhh such a manly vo2 max you have. Then, ewww stop overreaching.

Sunday Mar 19 #

1 PM

Running 1:19:04 [3] 15.05 km (5:15 / km) +16m 5:14 / km
ahr:162 max:178 shoes: Hoka Bondi 4

Surprisingly beautiful on the Burlington waterfront today. Sunny, cool, no geese.

Lost a lot of time to busyness, blisters and bad weather mixed with busyness over the last two weeks. Officially trying to get my groove back now.

Torn gastroc is 95% ok but still feels knotted up and tough compared to the right side. Also some pain lower down that might be a stress fracture or just oddball soreness because the left chicken leg is more chicken-y than the right is now. And last, but definitely not least, my piriformi are giving me a lot of trouble. Maybe stretching and yoga would help. Good news here is that while I am aware of the piriformi during the run they don't hurt till after. If there was ever a way to not get my attention it is to hurt after the run and not during. Piriformi are not the smartest of muscles. Any logical flaws here?

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