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Training Log: matzah ball

In the last 7 days:

activity # timemileskm+m
  running8 5:12:00
  running strength conditioning2 45:00
  nordic track1 40:00
  biking1 40:00
  elliptical machines1 15:00
  Total11 7:32:00
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Friday Feb 15 #

running (castlewood trails) 30:00 [2]
shoes: nike terra kiger

10 minutes warmup indoors. Slow.

Thursday Feb 14 #

3 AM

running strength conditioning (am core and stretch) 30:00 [1]

3 PM

biking 40:00 [2]
shoes: bike - ridley x-fire

Wednesday Feb 13 #

Note

how can running 7 min pace for a 600 be so hard? either I'm getting old or I'm still in a deep winter funk...or both.
4 PM

running (parkway south track) 1:00:00 [4]
shoes: adios boost 3 v.3

4 x600 @ 2:40, 5 minR, 4 x 200 @ 38-42, all w 2R

Tuesday Feb 12 #

7 AM

running (indoors wood floor) 10:00 [1]
shoes: new balance 1400 v3

its funny how promising my stride feels in these warmups. then when i put on clunky shoes, the north wind blows and spits frozen stuff, and the ground is soggy, the promises seem unrealized. Gotta believe, though!

running (wilmore/peter paul) 42:00 [2]
shoes: inov-8 talon 212

shoes were good for the muck.
9 AM

running (indoors wood floor) 20:00 [1]

ok, not pacing, jogging, while on the phone

Monday Feb 11 #

10 AM

running (pavilion at lemay) 15:00 [2]
shoes: adios boost 3 v.3

elliptical machines (pavilion at lemay) 15:00 [2]

4 PM

running strength conditioning 15:00 [1]

home version

running (indoors wood floor) 15:00 [2]
shoes: adidas adizero rc

'explosive' starts, bounding and the like

Sunday Feb 10 #

running (indoors wood floor) 10:00 [2]
shoes: new balance 1400 v3

10 AM

nordic track 40:00 [2]

anything to tire enough to fall back asleep

Saturday Feb 9 #

8 AM

running 1:50:00 [3]
shoes: adidas adizero xt trail

brommelsiek 5.2 trail race. Took me 40 minutes, which seems slow, but 'tempo run' was my manta. I hope I was running hard enough tho because the cold definetely puts a crimp in my style. 15 warmup, race, 15 cooldown w/ 6 strides...and then, another half hour of mucky thawing trail later when i came back to look for the id cards i thought i had lost. turns out it was at home on my desk (long story).

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