Training Log: Super
In the last 7 days:
|activity|| # ||time||miles||km||+m|
| ||Running||3|| 3:55:22|| 28.39||(8:17)|| 45.69||(5:09)|| 120|
| ||Total||3|| 3:55:22|| 28.39||(8:17)|| 45.69||(5:09)|| 120|
Running 1:00:51  13.02 km (4:40 / km) +16m 4:39 / km
ahr:166 max:199 shoes: Hoka Bondi 4
With some speed to see if I'd die. I didn't. But garmin thinks I had an hr of 199. Said I was overreaching. No shit, Sherlock.
Garmin also said I need 72 hours to recover from this run, that I should only exert myself like that once in a while, that I could run a 3:07 marathon and a 19:32 5k. Garmin is pretty clueless.
Green light to train from The Donald. He said when I started that the lump of scar tissue in my leg was huge but now it's just beautiful and the best in the world. I believe him. Although my alternative view of the facts includes the possibility that I could bugger this up if I am not cautious. But he's been right about everything else - he fixed the scar and I paid. I guess I just have to get used to it.
Running 1:00:23  12.05 km (5:01 / km) +12m 4:59 / km
ahr:156 max:172 shoes: Hoka Bondi 4
Out on the surprisingly beautiful Burlington waterfront. Colder than I thought but still got away with shorts.
Running 1:54:08  20.63 km (5:32 / km) +92m 5:25 / km
ahr:159 max:180 shoes: Hoka Bondi 4
Super weather. Skipped the gym yesterday to make sure I felt obligated to do a nice one today. It worked.
Felt very easy until 1:30 when I started to feel queasy and way tired.
Shoes felt good aside from creating a few hot spots. They've been hard to lace up just right but the squishyness and structure feels good and as if it's correcting my running form a little.
Beautiful day, perfect for running once the standing water is gone.
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