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Training Log Archive: dcady

In the 7 days ending Jan 27:

activity # timemileskm+m
  running4 3:27:52 20.33(10:13) 32.72(6:21) 139
  walking1 38:40 2.15(17:57) 3.47(11:09) 14
  Total5 4:06:32 22.49(10:58) 36.19(6:49) 153
averages - weight:163.7lbs

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Friday Jan 26 #

4 PM

running long 54:19 [3] 5.25 mi (10:20 / mi) +44m 10:04 / mi
weight:164lbs shoes: Asics GT2000 6

Don't usually get to run in this part of the park at this time of year because of ice and snow. That being said, parts were a little muddy.

Park

Thursday Jan 25 #

5 PM

walking 38:40 [1] 2.15 mi (17:57 / mi) +14m 17:35 / mi
(rest day) shoes: Asics GT2000 6

Just a little walk around the neighborhood at sunset.

Wednesday Jan 24 #

10 AM

running long 50:46 [3] 4.95 mi (10:16 / mi) +17m 10:09 / mi
weight:164lbs shoes: Asics GT2000 6

Roads and sidewalks were clear so went on a loop in the north.

Monday Jan 22 #

10 AM

running long 50:34 [3] 5.21 mi (9:42 / mi) +39m 9:29 / mi
shoes: Asics GT2000 6

Light rain was not much of a problem. 2 loops of the ring road and a short loop in the neighborhood. 40 F. Where did winter go?

Sunday Jan 21 #

11 AM

running long ((shortish long)) 52:13 [3] 4.92 mi (10:37 / mi) +39m 10:22 / mi
weight:163lbs shoes: Asics GT2000 6

Had to cut it a little short in order to go to a luncheon my wife was organizing. Weather was mild, only +3 C. Little wind. Tights worked well on legs. Had to give directions to out-of-towners in the cemetery. It always pleases me to be able to give directions in any circumstance. Traction was mostly good. The cemetery doesn't use salt on the roads so you are always taking a chance in the days after a storm.

Yesterday an old friend from car rally days stopped by for a brief visit on his way to the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. He was in Sweden last summer for some kind of Saab anniversary in Trollhatten. I think it may have been his first trip abroad.

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