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Training Log Archive: matzah ball

In the 7 days ending Nov 23:

activity # timemileskm+m
  running7 3:47:00
  running strength conditioning3 1:05:00
  biking1 40:00
  Total11 5:32:00

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Friday Nov 22 #

8 AM

running (indoors wood floor) 20:00 [1]
shoes: adios boost 4

Warmup plus strides at track
9 AM

running (bdb track) 1:00:00 [4]
shoes: adios boost 4

20 x 200, wonders 12 hr sleeps and a rest day will do.
5 x @ 47ish w 1:35/45 R w a few steps
2:30 R
5 x @ 50 ish w 1:25R, no steps
2:30 R
5 x @ 47ish w 1:35/45 R w a few steps
2:30 R
5 x @ 40ish, ending w a 39 high and a 38 high, w/ 2R mostly walking
10 AM

running strength conditioning (pavilion @lemay) 30:00 [2]

mostly arms and core, w 40m sprints between some sets

Thursday Nov 21 #

3 PM

biking (gravel track and road) 40:00 [2]
shoes: bike - ridley x-fire

printers and back

Wednesday Nov 20 #

7 AM

running strength conditioning (am core and stretch) 20:00 [3]

12 PM

running (castlewood trails) 32:00 [3]
shoes: hoka challenger atx

Same loop in the flats I did the '1200's' on. Mini-progressive run, 3 loops, not quite hitting interval speed at end (1200 portion: 7:25, 6:05, 5:25 )

Tuesday Nov 19 #

Note

Legs still sore, i think stretching is good, but can be way overdone...which is what happened to me.
8 AM

running (queeny park trails) 50:00 [3]
shoes: hoka challenger atx

What are the odds of a heavy jar falling out of the fridge and landing on the toe next to the injured one?

Monday Nov 18 #

running (indoors wood floor) 10:00 [1]
shoes: hoka challenger atx

11 AM

running (francis park grass loop) 40:00 [3]
shoes: hoka challenger atx

afraid to try anything but hokas. legs are sore from all the non-running??? and, am I breathing harder or is it really tempo haha.

Sunday Nov 17 #

9 AM

running strength conditioning (am core and stretch) 15:00 [1]

10 AM

running (indoors wood floor) 15:00 [1]
shoes: hoka challenger atx

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