Training Log: bill_l
In the last 7 days:
|activity|| # ||time||miles||km||+m|
| ||Terrain||1|| 2:23:00|| 9.9||(14:27)|| 15.93||(8:59)|| 645|
| ||Run||2|| 1:46:21|| 11.09||(9:35)|| 17.85||(5:57)|| 124|
| ||Total||3|| 4:09:21|| 20.99||(11:53)|| 33.79||(7:23)|| 769|
| ||[1-5]||3|| 3:58:23|
|averages - sleep:9 weight:162lbs|
Run (Easy) 51:37 5.45 mi (9:28 / mi) +83m 9:02 / mi
ahr:132 max:155 shoes: Altra Oly Green #2
Planned to run this morning. Discovered an electrical problem last night at bed time. Worked on it until midnight, but didn't find the source. Shut off some breakers and went to bed. Woke up around 9 to steady rain and 38F so decided to work more on the problem. 5 hours later.... still no solution. Maybe a couple of dimmer switches that might not have liked co-existing with the miter saw???
Terrain 2:23:00 9.9 mi (14:27 / mi) +645m 12:01 / mi
ahr:127 max:152 shoes: Roclite 295 Black & Blue
I woke up today planning to go to castlewood and remembered CW8 was today so headed for WT instead. As I'm getting out of the car a group of 4 MTB'ers came in followed closely by another pair. Sure enough, I ended up right in the middle of the race. TA at the picnic table and a foot-o in the park. On the way in, helped a 'lost' volunteer at CP21, pointed her in the right direction to the picnic table. On the way out, was playing leapfrog with Nathan Goff's team on their bikes. First time since it's inception that I haven't participated in some form.
Out to the picnic table, 2 reps of the hill to the flood plain, out n back on Quarry, then back to the trail head from the picnic table. Lots of stopping and waiting on the first half mile of quarry trail for a steady stream of bikes coming up the hill.
3 or 4 monster-size turkeys scared the crap out of me. They were in a large cedar, perched right over the trail down towards the flood plain. Totally silent until I was right under them, then a couple took flight. Sounded like a helicopter right over my head.
Haven't run on trail since CB Half. Had a very near hard fall on the smoothest stretch of trail in the park, except for the two little stumps sticking about 3 inches out of the ground, right in the middle of the trail. 10 on chubb felt like 15 in FP but legs felt great, however, the climbs were slow. PMTR will be a knife fight and I trained for a boxing match....
Run 54:44 5.64 mi (9:42 / mi) +41m 9:29 / mi
ahr:120 max:134 weight:162lbs shoes: Fate - Yellow
Lunch run. Central Cortex + FPVC.
Thought calf and quad would hurt more, but both felt ok. Perfect day. Sunny, 45F, light breeze.
More concentration on 'barefoot' stride.
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