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Training Log Archive: ken

In the 7 days ending Dec 10, 2001:

activity # timemileskm+mload
  Running3 1:34:14 12.59(7:29) 20.26(4:39)28.3
  Strength3 1:18:0020.9
  Fake skiing2 1:11:4021.5
  Total5 4:03:54 12.59 20.2670.7

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Monday Dec 10, 2001 #

Running (snow) 33:44 [3] 4.4 mi (7:40 / mi)

grass loops covered by about 2 inches of melting snow. makes for softer impact. knee felt perfect...happy about that. got a box of attackpoint t-shirts in the mail today. sweet.
ahr:167

Strength 23:00 [3]

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after 4 weeks of reduced activity, I think my knee is officially not messed up anymore. it didn't bother me at all last week. hopefully this break has given the rest of my body some time to recover also. I will resume training at 50% load for 2 weeks, and then if all goes well, 75% for 2 more weeks. then maybe it will be back to normal. of course I have to take into account that I've added weights 3 times a week. I'll try to stick to soft footing also.

Sunday Dec 9, 2001 #

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snow! (about 2") I wouln't have thought that was possible two days ago.

Saturday Dec 8, 2001 #

Fake skiing 42:00 [3]
shoes: Rollerblade original wheels

6.75 mi up the river. ok its getting cold again. I probably won't be able to do this much longer, especially if it snows tonight. ahr:165

Friday Dec 7, 2001 #

Running (grass loops) 33:00 [3] 4.4 mi (7:30 / mi)

grass loops at mit. knee felt pretty normal (good). whatever I'm doing, it's helping...I'll keep it up. ahr:157

Strength 25:00 [2]

this week I noticed that my hamstrings are a bit stronger than my quads. thats interesting because for some reason I expected it would be the opposite. I'm doing equal weight on two machines with the same leverage, so hopefully that will lead to a balance there.

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while strength work is supposed to be good for injuries, it also makes my legs tighter, even though I'm stretching more also. I think it was this tightness that caused so much irritation/pain when I ran wednesday last week. i've made a point not to run the day after lifting this week, that seems to give my knees a chance to loosen up again. hopefully this won't be a problem anymore once I get used to it.

Thursday Dec 6, 2001 #

Fake skiing 29:40 [3]
shoes: Rollerblade original wheels

it was like 70 again today. and I don't think I've eaten much besides fig-bars (no, not fig newtons) ahr:153

Wednesday Dec 5, 2001 #

Running (grass loops) 27:30 [3] 3.79 mi (7:15 / mi)

around the fields at mit. super warm again today, sweating in just a t-shirt. knee didn't really feel tight or hurt. ha ha I ran more than biggins today. ahr:156

Strength 30:00 [3]

now if I could only keep this up all winter, that would be something..

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