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Training Log Archive: matzah ball

In the 7 days ending Nov 21:

activity # timemileskm+m
  running8 4:47:00
  biking1 1:45:00
  running strength conditioning1 25:00
  walking1 20:00
  Total11 7:17:00

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Saturday Nov 21 #

6 AM

running (wood floor socks) 10:00 [1]

7 AM

running 15:00 [2]
shoes: adios boost 3 v.4

warmup, mostly in gravel parking lot.
8 AM

running 51:00 [4]
shoes: adios boost 3 v.4

supposed to be a 10k race, but I felt stiff and unrested. did my best. time is adjusted for a wrong turn I took that appears to have added 45 sec. Was 8:03 pace at 2 mile, and the expected race pace never kicked in. 8:20 pace. Not sure why this should have been so much slower than my longer workout of a few weeks ago. Sure I'm getting older, but cmon, a few WEEKS? I have had seasonal meltdowns this time of year before, though. Just keep running, see what happens.
9 AM

running 25:00 [3]
shoes: hoka rincon

cooldown run, trying to figure out where I took the wrong turn. No recollection! Actually felt good compared to prior run.

Friday Nov 20 #

7 AM

running (francis park grass loop) 40:00 [2]
shoes: nike terra kiger 2

Thursday Nov 19 #

5 AM

running strength conditioning (am core and stretch ) 25:00 [1]

Wednesday Nov 18 #

10 AM

running (castlewood trails) 50:00 [3]
shoes: adidas boston boost 6

3 x 5m w 2R on backnine. Used to think it was boring there, but its great for t intervals and nobody goes there

Tuesday Nov 17 #

12 AM

walking 20:00 [1]

11 AM

running (indoors wood floor) 20:00 [2]
shoes: adios boost 3 v.4

anything to get going

running (francis park grass loop) 40:00 [3]
shoes: adios boost 3 v.4

Monday Nov 16 #

12 PM

running (castlewood trails) 36:00 [2]
shoes: pegasus trail

Ugh. Yesterday took a lot out of me.

Sunday Nov 15 #

11 AM

biking 1:45:00 [2]
shoes: bike - ridley x-fire

some groceries to break things up, and the resultant pack in heavy winds...like the old days

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