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Training Log Archive: MollyP

In the 7 days ending Jan 27:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Running2 4:12:01 31.83(7:55) 51.22(4:55)
  Yoga1 20:00
  Total3 4:32:01 31.83 51.22

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Saturday Jan 27 #

3 PM

Yoga 20:00 [3]

Friday Jan 26 #

8 AM

Running (Kemah, TX) 39:36 [3] 4.6 mi (8:37 / mi)
shoes: Asics GT2000-6 Indigo blue

55 and overcast. A lot of the same streets to avoid busy roads.

Wednesday Jan 24 #


Quads feeling a lot better today. In Corpus Christi, strolled around North Beach area and toured the USS Lexington Air Craft Cartier (pretty cool!)

Tuesday Jan 23 #


South Padre Island, TX.
Three small beach walks with D in between eating and hot tub lounging outside (pool and ocean were too cold).

Monday Jan 22 #


About 45 minutes s with D strolling on the beach (South Padre Island), picking up shells for Elana’s fish tank. Other than the quads, legs feel pretty ok.
Still shocked by the last 10 miles of yesterday’s race, can’t beloved how sore the quads got all of a sudden. I really don’t feel like I went out too fast, pace was comfortable. Played with a faster mile (mile 2) and decided that was too fast wth the weather and backed off. Possibly a result of dehydration?

Sunday Jan 21 #

7 AM

Running (Warm up ) 7:48 [3] 0.85 mi (9:11 / mi)
shoes: Asics GT2000-6 Indigo blue

Warm up with 3 strides.

Running (McAllen, TX Marathon. ) 3:24:37 [3] 26.38 mi (7:45 / mi)
shoes: Asics GT2000-6 Indigo blue

Not very happy with my time, but the $750 cash prize for the win takes away the sting a bit! Quads started to blow up about mile 15, not sure why? I really thought I was gonna be good for about a 3:15 without too much trouble.
Not enough road long runs? Too fast of a start in warmer temps? Not sure? However, the first place male was about 15 minutes slower than he was hoping for too.
67 degrees, 90% humidity and 15mph winds at the start. Humidity decreased towards the end, but finishing temperature was 77 with a 24mph wind. Lots of turns on the course, so that helped as far as the wind was concerned.
1 PM


Slow 2 mile walk, out and back at a nature preserve to view the Rio Grande River. I was ready to be done walking, lol.

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