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Training Log Archive: hkleaf

In the 1 days ending Mar 22, 2008:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Running1 2:36:35 21.07(7:26) 33.91(4:37) 312
  Stretching1 10:00
  Total1 2:46:35 21.07 33.91 312
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Saturday Mar 22, 2008 #

Running (Road) 37:37 [2] 5.0 mi (7:31 / mi) +154m 6:52 / mi
ahr:154 max:175 shoes: Nike Air Pegasus+ 2007

44F, cloudy, 15mph wind - Solo run from Lunken before the group. Picked a hilly route up to Alms' lookout via Tusculum. The middle of the airfield and parts of the golf course are flooded, but at least the runway is dry.

Note: The "adjusted" elevation gain from Motionbased is listed at 888ft, while USATF (see route above) says it's 504ft, which looks about right when compared to USGS topo map. Even the 305 only recorded 733ft of gains. I wonder why there is such a big discrepancy? Which is more accurate?

Running long (Road) 1:58:58 [2] 16.07 mi (7:24 / mi) +158m 7:11 / mi
ahr:147 max:166 shoes: Nike Air Pegasus+ 2007

42F, cloudy, 11mph wind - Pig training group run from Lunken. We pretty much did the entire Wooster Pike-Eastern Ave portion of the course - flat and boring. At least I got the guys to stick together, so it was more enjoyable with the chit-chat back and forth the whole time. Goal was to hold a 7:30/mi pace. We did mostly that before turning it up a bit in the last few miles. Felt good all the way. Oh yeah, the Ohio is right at flood stage. Many of the ball fields along Eastern are submerged.

Note: Motionbased once again listed a ridiculous 1878ft of gain on this flat course. 305 recorded 1290ft, while USATF has 547ft. It seems USATF has numbers that are closest to reality.

Stretching warm up/down 10:00 [0]

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