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Training Log Archive: BorisGr

In the 7 days ending Jun 2:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Running2 3:58:42 24.27(9:50) 39.06(6:07) 1675
  Cross-Training4 2:55:22
  Hiking1 2:12:26 4.19(31:36) 6.74(19:38) 296
  T.rex training1 36:08
  Total7 9:42:38 28.46 45.8 1971
  [1-5]6 7:30:12

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Sunday Jun 2 #

7 AM

Cross-Training 30:45 [1]
ahr:99 max:114

Saturday Jun 1 #

7 AM

Running race 2:12:09 [4] 13.39 mi (9:52 / mi) +995m 8:01 / mi
ahr:157 max:200

I ran the Pengelly Double Dip half marathon, my first running race in a number of years. I signed up on a whim last night, after being offered a comped entry by organizer friends.
I don't think I would have done a strength workout and intervals in the two preceding days had I signed up earlier, but whatever.
The course was 13.4 miles with about 3,300 feet of climb.
Based on previous years' results, I was aiming for about 2:30. After the first flat section, the course climbed the very step switchback trail to the M. I felt awful here and thought I was never going to finish. A bunch of people passed me here.
After finally getting to the top of the M, three was a long flat section on the fire road that goes along Mount Sentinel. I started feeling stronger here and got back in front of most of the folks who had just passed me.
After 4.5 miles or so, we started climbing up Crooked trail. A couple of people passed me here, but I ended up in a nice small group that was very encouraging. The next part was the steepest climb up to the top of University Mountain. This was mostly walking, but at least the views were beautiful and the wildflowers spectacular. Then back down to the saddle and up the relatively short way to the top of Mount Sentinel.
This was the end of the climbing, and I was really excited to run back down the mountain on the Smoke jumper trail. This was super fun- about 2.5 miles of downhill singletrack through beautiful woods overlooking the Clark Fork. I passed one guy right away and then never saw anyone again.
At the bottom we had a flat mile left, and my legs were total rubber. I staggered into the finish, glad to be done and really pleased with how it ended up going. Thanks Run Wild Missoula for a really fun race.
17th overall, winner at 1:44!

https://runsignup.com/Race/Results/21532#resultSet...

Friday May 31 #

12 PM

Cross-Training 48:44 [3]
ahr:113 max:149

Thursday May 30 #

4 PM

Cross-Training 30:13 [1]
ahr:100 max:166

Exercise bike in Inara's climbing gym.

T.rex training 36:08 [1]
ahr:81 max:140

Lower body routine.

Wednesday May 29 #

3 PM

Running 1:46:33 [2] 10.88 mi (9:48 / mi) +680m 8:12 / mi
ahr:153 max:184

Mt. Dean Stone plus the lollypop loop from the Sousa trailhead with Siri and the dogs. Really nice day for a run, and spectacular views from the top.

Tuesday May 28 #

4 PM

Cross-Training 1:05:40 intensity: (41:40 @1) + (24:00 @4)
ahr:118 max:152

Elliptical intervals, 4x(3'-2'-1').

Monday May 27 #

9 AM

Hiking 2:12:26 [0] 6.74 km (19:38 / km) +296m 16:07 / km
ahr:99 max:156

Vetting.

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