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Training Log Archive: TrailRunnerVT

In the 7 days ending Nov 18:

activity # timemileskm+ft
  Running4 2:03:41 14.13(8:45) 22.74(5:26)
  Total4 2:03:41 14.13(8:45) 22.74(5:26)
averages - weight:193lbs

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Saturday Nov 18 #

Note
weight:193lbs

9 AM

Running (Road) 26:00 [3] 3.04 mi (8:33 / mi)
shoes: Mizuno Wave Creation 17

DAY 5/195

West Roxbury, MA; VFW/Baker St. loop, another nice easy paced run, have decided to wear my Wave Creations on just my 3-mile runs rather than every other run which I was originally thinking about doing... beautiful sunny, cold morning

Splits: 8:42, 8:25, 8:31
VDOT: 35.6 (Level 1)

Friday Nov 17 #

Note
(rest day)

DAY 4/195

Note
weight:192.5lbs

Thursday Nov 16 #

Note
weight:192lbs

6 AM

Running (Road) 35:26 [3] 4.07 mi (8:42 / mi)
shoes: Hoka One One Gaviota

DAY 3/195

West Roxbury, MA; Reverse VFW/Lagrange loop, all systems go today, didn't really have any pain anywhere which was nice, well deserved (and required) rest day tomorrow, already looking forward to the weekend's runs; overcast, cool

Splits: 8:48, 8:45, 8:41, 8:36
VDOT: 35.3 (Level 1)

Wednesday Nov 15 #

Note
weight:193lbs

6 AM

Running (Road) 35:33 [3] 4.06 mi (8:45 / mi)
shoes: Mizuno Wave Creation 17

DAY 2/195

West Roxbury, MA; VFW/Lagrange loop, niccce and easssy (as all runs leading up to formal marathon training will be...), decided to run in my Wave Creations just to keep my feet musculature honest, very minor pain in my right foot (the foot I did something to a few weeks ago), but will monitor closely; even if something does happen on this mission to run the Vermont City Marathon in May, I've decided that I will just substitute biking, walking, or hiking for scheduled workouts when needed...just keep moving; beautiful clear, chilly morning

Splits: 8:52, 8:41, 8:51, 8:39
VDOT: 35.2 (Level 1)

Tuesday Nov 14 #

Note
weight:194.5lbs

6 AM

Running (Road) 26:42 [3] 2.96 mi (9:01 / mi)
shoes: Hoka One One Gaviota

DAY 1/195

West Roxbury, MA; VFW/Baker St. loop, nice and easy, have decided (though haven't officially registered yet) to run the 2018 Vermont City Marathon...the beer belly and general lack of fitness has basically reached a boiling point and training for and running a race is one of the best ways I know to "right the ship;" perfect morning for running, overcast and cool/cold, somehow my GPS mileage was short this morning* even though I've run this route a dozen times...

Splits: 9:15, 8:52, 8:34*
VDOT: 33.4 (Level 1)

Monday Nov 13 #

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(rest day)

Sunday Nov 12 #

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(rest day)

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