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Training Log Archive: Ari-o

In the 7 days ending Mar 22:

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  Run6 5:49:07 42.1(8:18) 67.75(5:09) 919
  Total6 5:49:07 42.1(8:18) 67.75(5:09) 919

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Sunday Mar 22 #

Run 1:37:37 [1] 11.3 mi (8:38 / mi) +431m 7:43 / mi

Today's run was up the hill, over the other side, and then back up over it. Which was fun, but my legs felt pretty tired. Also humid, and spitting rain at the end, but cloudy at least. Didn't have the uphill push, and especially not the downhill legs. No 6:30 downhill miles.

Saturday Mar 21 #

5 PM

Run 1:05:22 [1] 8.3 mi (7:53 / mi) +231m 7:15 / mi

Variation on a theme: out along the road near the ocean, then up the hill, then down the way I came up yesterday. Fun to pound down the hills. Basically zero traffic, so the shoulder is the way to go. Heard one house party in PB (come on, people) but mostly good social distancing. Surfing is pretty good distance, right?

Friday Mar 20 #

4 PM

Run 41:33 [1] 5.3 mi (7:50 / mi) +184m 7:05 / mi

They have hills here.

There are also fewer people to socially distance from on the hills.

Up to the top of Mount Soledad, then down another road. 9 min miles up, 7 min miles down. Whee!

Thursday Mar 19 #

Note

jet lag + hangover = tired

Wednesday Mar 18 #

11 AM

Run 39:02 [1] 4.7 mi (8:18 / mi) +16m 8:13 / mi

Out to pick the car up, via the stadium.

It was open, but not a lot of social distance. Didn't run stairs.

Then off to SAN.

Tuesday Mar 17 #

4 PM

Run 44:28 [1] 5.4 mi (8:14 / mi) +16m 8:10 / mi

So, here's a crazy thing.

This is something which would have been crazy three weeks ago and it's still crazy but compared with everything it's normal.

I have a friend, who I drove across the country with, in San Diego. She lives alone. She just moved there and barely knows anyone. It would be good isolation. The flights are cheap and empty. I'm working entirely from home. I've tried to find a reason not to do this and haven't really yet.

I also needed to get the winter tires off my car, so I took ski season out, got the tires, made it from Melrose to Watertown in 27 minutes at peak rush hour, and ran home for a meeting with my Congresswoman (alas, a phone meeting, because coronavirus of course).

Monday Mar 16 #

12 PM

Run 1:01:05 [1] 7.1 mi (8:36 / mi) +41m 8:27 / mi

Out to take some photos. Beautiful day. Cold. Back along the river.

Almost felt like winter.

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